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Kline, D. (2019). The intangible advantage: Understanding intellectual property in the new economy. Los Angeles, CA: Michelson 20MM. PDF. Info about found at

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Pearson, S.H., Stacey, P. (2017). Made with Creative Commons. Copenhagen, Denmark: Ctrl-Alt-Delete Books. Retrieved from

Piña, A. A. (2015). Open content licensing. In J. M. Spector (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of educational technology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.


Oblinger, D.G. (Ed.) (2012). Game Changers: Education and information technologies. Louisville, CO: Educause. Retrieve from


Wesolek, A., Lashley, J., Langley, A. (2018). OER: A field guide for academic librarians. Forest Grove, OR: Pacific University Press. Retrieve from

Open educational resources (OER)

Comas-Quinn, A., Beaven, A., & Sawhill, B. (Eds). (2019). New case studies of openness in and beyond the language classroom. Voillans, France: doi: 10.14705/rpnet.2019.37.9782490057511

Wiley, D. (2017). The Evolving Economics of Educational Materials and Open Educational Resources: Toward Closer Alignment with the Core Values of Education. In R. A. Reiser & J. V. Dempsey (Eds.), Trends and issues in instructional design and technology (4th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson Education. Retrieve from

Wiley, D. (2016). Foreword: Openness as a Value. In Blessinger, P. & Bliss, TJ (Eds.), Open education: International perspectives in higher education. Cambridge, UK: OpenBook Publishers. Retrieve from


Cohen, D.J., Scheinfeldt, T. (eds). (2013). Hacking the academy: New approaches to scholarship and teaching from digital humanities. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.


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