If the production of digital content for teaching -- particularly free content -- is to expand substantially, there must be mechanisms to establish a link to fame and fortune that was not perceived in a pre-digital world. How that might be done is the central question this report addresses, in the context of examining the movement for open educational content. Understanding that movement requires delving into the history of what may seem, on first pass, a totally unrelated field of endeavor. The reader's patience is requested.....
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Title: Open Educational Content for Digital Public Libraries
Publication date 2002-07-01
Publication Year 2002
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Education Program
, e learning
, educational content
, distance education
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