Copyright: All rights reserved or all rights reversed?



In this OER Tania Rowlett and Dr Samuel Nikoi introduce and discuss Copyright as part of the online open space OTTER Symposium..  Including its advantages, disadvantages and possible solutions to copyright issues within OER production.  Discussion includes contributions from Dr Alejandro Armellini and Dr Richard Mobbs amongst others.


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  • Author(s): Tania Rowlett and Dr Samuel Nikoi
  • Subject: OTTER Symposium
  • Keywords: ukoer, "OTTER symposium", "Beyond Distance", BDRA, OER, educators, online, elearning, Copyright, rights,
  • Grade level: HE Workshop
  • Course type: Workshop 
  • Language(s):  English
  • Material type(s): Video and audio
  • Media format(s): mp4, mp3
  • OER Publish Date: 22 July 2010



    These OER are stored on a Windows Live Skydrive and are available for download via clicking on the links below and selecting Download.

    • Copyright: is Copyright the Problem? (Tania Rowlett) mp4 (19MB)
    • Copyright: All rights reserved or all right reversed? (Dr Samuel Nikoi) mp4 (28Mb);
    • Copyright: A discussion mp3 (46MB);


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