Plateselskapene eier ikke SKAM!
De internasjonale plateselskapene eier ikke NRK serien SKAM men de styrer rettighetene til musikken som brukes i serien. Dette gjør at de nå kan tvinge frem geoblokkering av serien slik at den bare kan vises i Norge. Skam er en nettbasert dramaserie som handler om livet til en rekke ungdommer på Hartvig Nissens skole i […]
More than 40% of the global population does not have access to an education in a language they speak or understand
Quality education should be delivered in the language spoken at home. However, this minimum standard is not met for hundreds of millions, limiting their ability to develop foundations for learning. By one estimate, as much as 40% of the global population does not have access to an education in a language they speak or understand […]
What can the «anti OER lobby» learn from former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer?
Occasionally I bump in to representatives from the «anti OER lobby» and they often start of by talking about how open educational resources ruins the marked, and if the OER is financed with public money they go on about how the government is using their position to compete in the marketplace handing out «free content». The […]
We value “Open” as a fundamental quality in education and in our learning resources.
“Open” produces better outcomes than “Closed”. This gives us a new responsibility. We must now prioritize our time and resources accordingly. The time has come to value “Open” as a fundamental quality in education and in our learning resources. – Head of NDLA, Øivind Høines The Norwegian Digital Learning Arena (Nasjonal digital læringsarena) is a […]
GoOpen Talk with Meredith Jacob
In this GoOpen Talk I have a conversation with Meredith Jacob, Assistant Director at American University Washington College of Law. Meredith is a part of the legal team at Creative commons US and a leading expert on IP and Copy right issues. In this videoblogg she talks about the OER situation in American schools and […]
Digital delingskultur løser problemet for lag og foreninger som kreves for penger etter bilde-tabbe på 17. mai
Denne teksten ble også publisert på følgende nettaviser første uken i juni 2016: ItPro, Itromsø, Computerworld og Tidens krav. Aftenposten skriver denne uken om Loddefjord idrettslag som brukte et bilde av det norske flagget i forbindelse med 17. mai uten å spørre fotografen om lov. Dette kostet dem dyrt, noe som er både trist og unødvendig ettersom […]
How to access more then 500.000 public domain pictures directly from your CMS or blogg
When developing open educational resources, or just writing a blogg, most of us like to add pictures and illustrations. In the old paradigme this was both difficult and expensive. Over the last few years services offering pictures under a free license have been popping up to compete with commercial stock photo alternatives. Pixabay.com is one […]
How to combine the Hollywood blockbuster The Hobbit and creative commons content in the same OER
Can you combine Copyright and Creative Commons? Yes you can! After a meeting at the EU parlament on Copyright and IP related issues in October 2015 I have received several questions regarding copyright versus creative commons and more specifically how we at Norwegian digital learning arena(NDLA) combine the use of Copyright and CC license. The main strategy […]
What is the status on the free culture movement over a decade after the Lawrence Lessig book «free culture»?
When reading the book «free culture» for the second time(now in Norwegian) I started to reflect on how and if the situation on copyright, IP and free culture has changed since Lawrence Lessig publishes his book in 2004. Lessig was one of the early visionaries that pushed for a reform of our copyright laws and the […]