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This presentation was delivered as part of the plenary session at the Canadian Moodlemoot 2011 in Edmonton called "Talking About All Things Open".

This presentation was delivered as part of the plenary session at the Canadian Moodlemoot 2011 in Edmonton called "Talking About All Things Open".

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  • http://opensource.org/docs/osd
  • http://www.olcos.org/english/roadmap/download/index.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_educational_resources
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    • 1. Talking About All Things Open Open Source Software
      Gavin Henrick, Remote-Learner
      Presented at
      Moodlemoot Canada 2011, Edmonton
    • 2.
    • 3. Free Redistribution
      Source Code
      Derived Works
      Integrity of The Author's Source Code
      No Discrimination Against Persons or Groups
      No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor
      Distribution of License
      License Must Not Be Specific to a Product
      License Must Not Restrict Other Software
      License Must Be Technology-Neutral
    • 4.
    • 5. Allows for better software to evolve by having more people involved in it's creation
      The software and the community exist in an ecosystem
      Open source software ensures "derived works"
    • 6.
    • 7. The ease of peer review helps allow for better and safer products
      Making sure that new members of the community can engage, learn and contribute in a supportive, positive way
      A willingness to share and collaborate on what works and what doesn’t
    • 8.
    • 9. Choosing the best product for you
      Enables choices for services like support
      Collaborating with or improving existing works
    • 10.
    • 11. Finding a way to contribute to a project you are interested in.
      Any open source project a sustainable business model is needed to 'keep the wheels turning'.
      The OSS movement can be misunderstood by most people.
    • 12. OLCOS Roadmap 2012 ties open concepts together for identifying Open Educational Resources
      the availability of source code for the tools which are used for the OER
      Open APIs
      Open Access
      Open usage (liberally licensed for re-use in educational activities)
    • 13. Open source platforms used for
      Open Educational Resources (Dspace, Fedora)
      NDLR http://dspace.ndlr.ie
      Jorum http://open.jorum.ac.uk/
      Open Access Research (Dspace, Eprints, Fedora, PKP
      Trinity College Dublin http://www.tara.tcd.ie/
      RIAN http://www.rian.ie/
      Digital Repositories
      Islandora http://islandora.ca/ (Drupal, Fedora)
      Open Courses
      Moodle http://hub.moodle.org/
    • 14. Learning Solutions Consultant
      www.Remote-Learner.net
      Moodle Partner
      USA – Canada - UK

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