I cringe as I write this
As I really have a lot on my plate, but I’m not sure which statement David would disagree with:
• Educational resources are, on balance, beneficial to those who have access to them.
• Being “open” doesn’t diminish the value of “educational resources.”
• Obtaining permission to publish under full copyright is as expensive as publishing under an open license.
• The capacity open licenses provide for translation of OER into other languages, which has extended access to millions, is itself sufficient benefit to justify their use.
I feel like we are going in circles again. Notice how that link points to a previous link as well…