Week 11: Intellectual Property and Accessibility

Copyright, Course Materials and YOU!

The main disadvantage of the reading of this week (Chapter 8: Copyright, Intellectual Property) is that applies to the United States only.

This American perspective needs to be complemented with others perspectives like the European. JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee), who drive innovation in UK education and research presents a good analysis about Sharing and protecting your intellectual property in an online environment for educational institutions.

In relation with the accessibility issues, I found a really good introduction to Accessibility by The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) describing policies, resources and tools to make the Web accessible.

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Jaime Oyarzo

Jaime Oyarzo Espinosa - jaime.oyarzo@uah.es Profesor Asociado, departamento de Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial, Escuela Politécnica, Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid, España. Dirección de proyectos, e-Learning Consultant, Lund University Education, Sweden-jaime.oyarzo@education.lu.se Dirección de proyectos e-Learning (América Latina, Africa) Me interesan los proyectos que vinculan innovación y aprendizaje con ayuda de la tecnología. Especialmente si tienen como objetivo una transformación personal, organizativa y de desarrollo económico para la región involucrada. Blog (Spanish): http://jaimeoyarzo.blogspot.com/ Blog (English): http://alfavirtual.com/wp/virtualed/

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