Copyright law and open licenses for digital learning

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An EDTL project webinar detailing copyright law and open licenses for digital learning.

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A webinar presenting an excellent overview of copyright law and open education licences in education. Helpful insights around the relevant pieces of copyright law, combined with a summary of OEP (open educational practice) and OER (open educational resources) are presented.

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URL: https://vimeo.com/434059620