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  1. May 2020
    1. even if a creator distributes a work in digital format, you have permission to print and share a hard copy of the same work

      It is one of positive attribute of creative common

    2. The CC licenses are irrevocable

      This means author cannot stop others using the work. So author must think before choosing license elements.

    1. What if a student took notes, but didn't copy anything verbatim from a professor's lecture, and then decided to publish the notes online or sell them?

      I am beginner in learning copyrights. I know one thing copyrights doesn't protects ideas. When I teach, students used to take notes. After understanding the concept, they take the ideas from notes and rewrite their own. This doesn't break any rules of copyright.

    1. Open pedagogy is that set of teaching and learning practices only possible in the context of the free access and 4R permissions characteristic of open educational resources.

      Well said!

    2. They’re assignments that add no value to the world – after a student spends three hours creating it, a teacher spends 30 minutes grading it, and then the student throws it away.

      Rightly said. These assignments are waste of time.

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      This is such a wonderful website for book lovers

    1. SWAYAM seeks to bridge the digital divide for students who have hitherto remained untouched by the digital revolution and have not been able to join the mainstream of the knowledge economy.

      During lock down period students can learn free of cost and earn credits using this mooc platform.