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Legal advice on Open Source Licencing published

Last modified 09 Apr, 2006
Published 09 Apr, 2006
A new FAQ on open source licencing has just been produced by JISC funded study.

The FAQ has been written by the Study to Explore the Legal & Records Management Issues Relating to the Concept of the Lifelong Learner Record (LLR).

The LLR is concerned with the whole range of an individual's educational experience and, whilst it is intended to enable the learner to take control of and improve their own learning and performance, and more easily to transfer learning between different contexts, for example between the classroom and the workplace, it also raises complex legal issues.

The overall aim of the project is to provide early and effective legal research and guidance to JISC LLR pilot projects and those engaged in drafting proposed learner information standards and specifications.

The project website includes more information on the project and a very useful range of FAQs, reports and presentations.


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