06 septembre 2018

RSi Copyright

RSi Copyright
I ran across this while checking out an article I found via elearningpost, an article I decided not to run here because it seems to begin half way through (I now realize that elearningpost's link has been sabotaged). The service is called RSi Copyright and its a mechanism for obtaining instant copyright clearance. More...

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ARIADNE Knowledge Pool System

ARIADNE Knowledge Pool System
Looking for examples of learning object metadata (LOM) to play with? Erik Duval sends this note to IFETS: You may be interested in the LOM instances generated off the ARIADNE Knowledge Pool System, using the XML binding under development at the IEEE LTSC (http://www.cs.kuleuven.ac.be/~erikd/LOM/ and http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ieee-ltsc-lom-xml). More...

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Put “Earn” in Your Learning

Put “Earn” in Your Learning
Some readers have commented on the fact that OLDaily doesn't cover the corporate space as much as it might. But this is that community's own doing: if you're not going to give us anything to read, how do you expect newsletters like OLDaily to cover you? For those of you in corporate space wondering how to get information out about your products and services - this is how to do it: create some engaging commentary, put it out there for free on the net, and watch the readership spread. More...

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A&M May Stop Presses in Journalism Program

A&M May Stop Presses in Journalism Program
See, this is why people pose long, lingering questions about the current economic model assumed by higher education institutions. More...

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Even 'Obvious' Ideas Can Be Protected With Patents

Even 'Obvious' Ideas Can Be Protected With Patents
More discussion regarding the 'business method' patents issued in our field. I know their supporters claim that they spur innovation, but really, how could this be. More...

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Sharing the Code

Sharing the Code
Good article discussing the range of considerations faced by college and university administrators when considering whether to deploy open source software. Though the article raises the usual issues - such as the expertise required to manage open source software - it also raises some less widely noted points, such as the strong support open source software users can get from the user community. More...

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Tim O'Reilly interview: Digital Rights

Tim O'Reilly interview: Digital Rights Management is a Non-starter
Digital rights management (DRM) will not succeed, argued publisher Tim O'Reilly in this interview. By DRM, though, O'Reilly means the enforcement of rights through encryption or other security. More...

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Top eLearning Reference Sources

Top eLearning Reference Sources
Seb remarks that I will be pleased to be cited twice in Jay Cross's list of the fifteen places he heads to first for e-learning news. More...

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Copying is Theft - And Other Legal Myths

Copying is Theft - And Other Legal Myths
This article takes a long time to make a small point, but it is a point well worth making. File sharing is not theft. Who says so? The U.S. Supreme Cour. More...

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MELCOE

MELCOE
Just opened, Macquarie University’s E-learning Centre of Excellence (MELCOE) has embarked in its new role as the stewards of Australia's COLIS system. More...

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