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Friday’s Focus: Five Things You Should Read Before Sharing Instructional Materials

Friday, July 18, 2008

 The first in a series of thought provoking issues outlined by ACRL Instruction Section’s Research & Scholarship Committee, offers instruction librarians some food for thought on intellectual property and institutional territorialism regarding the sharing of instructional material to one’s peers.

1. “Towards a global learning commons: ccLearn.” by Ahrash Bissell & James Boyle, 2007.

2. “Developing a culture of sharing and receiving: Open educational resources.” by Cable Green, 2008.

3. “The cost of copyright confusion for media literacy.” by Renee Hobbs, Peter Jaszi & Pat Aufderheide, 2007.

4. “Learning object repositories.” by Rosemary Lehman, 2007.

5. “How creativity is being strangled by the law.” by Lawrence Lessig, 2007.


Friday’s Focus is meant to highlight a “must read”  book or article for next week.

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