Openness in Higher Education: Open Source, Open Standards, Open Access

@inproceedings{Kelly2007OpennessIH,
  title={Openness in Higher Education: Open Source, Open Standards, Open Access},
  author={Brian Kelly and Scott Wilson and Randy Metcalfe},
  booktitle={ELPUB},
  year={2007}
}
For national advisory services in the UK (UKOLN, CETIS, and OSS Watch), varieties of openness (open source software, open standards, and open access to research publications and data) present an interesting challenge. Higher education is often keen to embrace openness, including new tools such as blogs and wikis for students and staff. For advisory services, the goal is to achieve the best solution for any individual institution's needs, balancing its enthusiasm with its own internal… CONTINUE READING

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