OER’s next wall to climb in the K-12 space is the complex, regulated, and sometimes political process of state adoptions.
CCC’s Jake Kelleher and Jennifer Goodrich share their “can’t-miss” sessions at Researcher to Reader, a forum for publishers and technology providers.
Open Access (OA) is gaining momentum in China: the STM powerhouse’s scholarly research output which now rivals that of the U.S.
Aerosol art is the center of a court case that’s setting a precedent for what qualifies as “real art” protected under the Visual Artists Rights Act (VARA)
CCC panel participation, Gui Minhai’s Prix Voltaire Award, an interview with International Publishers Congress’ Michiel Kolman and more.
The system of compensation for use of a creative, original work evolved naturally out of the music scene in 19th century Paris.
Can OER (Open Educational Resources) provide a push for publishers to broaden their offerings, adapt their business models and reap new revenue streams?