|Abstract||Within the last two decades, a new form of scholarly publishing has developed within educational organisations. In addition to the usual process of submitting papers for print publication, academics and researchers can also self-archive their work by depositing it in an Institutional Repository (IR). Institutional Repositories are open access archives for papers, articles, theses or other material which are hosted and maintained by the institutio ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
The term Open Educational Resources (OER) was coined in 2002 in discussions at the Forum on the Impact of Open Courseware UNESCO. It describes "the provision of educational resources on open license, enabled by information technologies and communication, for consultation, use and adaptation by a community of users with non-commercial purposes".
In June 2012, Community OER and UNESCO celebrated 10 years in the area of Open World Congress ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||José Vladimir Burgos Aguilar; María del Carmen Cabrera; Elizabeth Cadme; et al|
|Abstract||Over the last decade, open educational resources (OER) initiatives have created new possibilities for knowledge-sharing practices. This research examines how, where, and when OER are attracting attention in the higher education sector and explores to what extent the OER discussion has moved beyond the English-speaking world. This study analysed English, Spanish, and Portuguese OER queries over a long-term period (2007-2011). The data retrieval wa ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
e-Research in the Life Sciences examines the use of online tools in the life sciences and finds that their use has significant impact, namely the formation of a Scientific/Intellectual Movement (SIM) (Frickel & Gross, 2005) complemented by a Computerisation Movement (CM) (Kling & Iacono, 1994) which is mobilising global electronic resources to form visible colleges of life science researchers, who are enrolling others and successfully ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||L. A. Power;|
Product markets have been found to be socially constructed as industry logics, product ontologies and organising visions. Information intermediaries play an important field-level role in determining the categories and ontologies of emerging products. Within shared cognitive structures, sellers and buyers come together in mutual understandings on how products are used, what features are important and what counts as value.
Although market ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||Timothy R. Hannigan;|