Free Learning: Essays on open educational resources and copyright
Aug 17, 2011
Commentary by Stephen Downes

New eBook by Stephen Downes (me!) "There is a story to be told about open source, open content, and open learning from the point of view of the person desiring access to these things, rather than from the point of view of the provider. And it has been my steadfast (if I may say so myself) setting of the priority on access that draws out and clarifies this alternative perspective on free content, free software and free learning." Total: 2661
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