Open Educational Resources (OER)

5. References

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BIDtv (2012). Open educational resources. Retrieved from

Copyright Act (1985, c. C-42). Retrieved from Justice Department of Canada website:

Creative Commons (2016). What is OER?. Retrieved from

Fernández, V. (2012). The OERs – Open Educational Resources [video]. Retrieved from

Green, C. (2016, April 1). Global open educational resources movement [Webinar]. In University of Alberta Open Education Week Series. Retrieved from

Nair, M. (2015). North of 49. Retrieved from

Nair, M. (2016). Copyright: Fair Dealing. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Retrieved from

Palmer, F. (1930). Look to the East. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company.

Rachfalski, L. (2012). Password: OER [video]. Retrieved from

Tedx Talks (2010). TEDxNYED - David Wiley - 03/06/10 [video]. Youtube. Retrieved from

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)(2013). Open educational resources (OER): Definitions and aims. Retrieved from

UNESCO. (2016). Open educational resources. Retrieved from

Wiley, D. (2014). The Access Compromise and the 5th R. Iterating Toward Openness. Retrieved from

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. (n.d.). Open educational resources. Retrieved from

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