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The value of open cultural heritage data for teaching and learning presented at the Open.Ed event at the University of Edinburgh on 09/03/2015.

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Open.Ed

  1. 1. open.ed Lorna M. Campbell
  2. 2. CC BY, Lorna M. Campbell, lorna.m.campbell@icloud.com
  3. 3. © RCAHMS, http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/4100/details/lewis+traigh+na+berie/
  4. 4. Prof Andrew Prescott, Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow, http://digitalriffs.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/dennis-paywall-menace-stalks-archives.html
  5. 5. Prof Andrew Prescott, Digital Humanities, University of Glasgow, http://digitalriffs.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/dennis-paywall-menace-stalks-archives.html “….NLW has been a staunch standardbearer for the cause of Open Access. The excellent Welsh Journals and Welsh Newspapers projects are fully open access. Because of the NLW’s enlightened approach, Scottish students in Glasgow now study Welsh wills (freely available) rather than Scottish wills (locked behind a brightsolid paywell) – a lesson for the Scottish Government to ponder there, surely.”
  6. 6. Melissa Terras, http://melissaterras.blogspot.co.uk/
  7. 7. Lorna M. Campbell Blog: https://lornamcampbell.wordpress.com/ Mail: lorna.m.campbell@icloud.com Mail: lorna.m.campbell@ed.ac.uk Twitter: @lornamcampbell

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