ARL Issue Brief > Massive Open Online Courses: Legal and Policy Issues for Research Libraries
McKiernan, Gerard [LIB]
gerrymck at IASTATE.EDU
Tue Oct 23 19:29:47 EDT 2012
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Brandon Butler / October 22, 2012
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) raise significant legal and policy questions for research libraries, which are often asked to support the development of MOOC courses. These questions involve information policy concerns that are central to research libraries, including the proper application of fair use, the transition to open access as the default mode of scholarly publishing, and the provision of equal access to learning materials for students with and without disabilities. Where possible, research libraries should engage in conversations around MOOCs and promote their core values. By doing so, they will also promote the continuing vitality of libraries as partners in the
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