Contents

  1. Introduction

  2. I. Intellectual Property

    1. 1. James Boyle, "The Why of Intellectual Property"

    2. 2. James Boyle, "Thomas Jefferson Writes a Letter"

  3. II. Free Software

    1. 3. Richard Stallman, "What is Free Software?"

    2. 4. Richard Stallman, "The GNU Project"

  4. III. Open Source

    1. 5. Eric Raymond, "The Cathedral and the Bazaar"

    2. 6. Eric Raymond, "Homesteading the Noosphere"

  5. IV. Open Content

    1. 7. David Wiley, "About the Open Publication License"

    2. 8. David Wiley, "Open Content: The First Decade"

  6. V. Defining Free

    1. 9. Franklin D. Roosevelt, "The Four Freedoms Speech"

    2. 10. Richard Stallman, "Four Freedoms"

    3. 11. Erik Moller, "Freedom Defined"

    4. 12. Bruce Perens, "Debian Free Software Guidelines"

  7. VI. Defining Open

    1. 13. Bruce Perens, "The Open Source Definition"

    2. 14. David Wiley, "Open Content"

    3. 15. OKFN, "Open Definition"

    4. 16. David Wiley, "The Access Compromise and the 5th R"

    5. 17. David Wiley, "Open Definitions, Specificity, and Avoiding Bright Lines"

  8. VII. Open Source Software Licenses

    1. 18. GNU General Public License

    2. 19. BSD License

    3. 20. MIT License

    4. 21. Apache License

    5. 22. Comparison of Open Source Licenses

  9. VIII. Open Content Licenses

    1. 23. Creative Commons Licenses

    2. 24. GNU Free Documentation License

    3. 25. Open Publication License

  10. IX. OpenCourseWare

    1. 26. Charles Vest, "Disturbing the Educational Universe: Universities in the Digital Age — Dinosaurs or Prometheans?"

    2. 27. History of MIT OCW

    3. 28. MIT OCW Evaluation Report (2005)

    4. 29. MIT Reaches OCW Milestone

    5. 30. David Wiley, "OpenCourseWars"

  11. X. Open Educational Resources

    1. 31. UNESCO Forum on the Impact of Open Courseware for Higher Education in Developing

    2. 32. Cape Town Open Education Declaration

    3. 33. UNESCO, "2012 Paris OER Declaration"

    4. 34. Wiley, Bliss, and McEwen, "Open Educational Resources: OER Literature Review"

    5. 35. Boston Consulting Group, "Open Educational Resources: The OER Ecosystem"

  12. XI. Open Textbooks

    1. 36. Nicole Allen, "Open Textbooks: A Cover to Cover Solution: How Open Textbooks are the Path to Affordability"

    2. 37. Frydenberg and Matkin, "Open Textbooks: Why? What? How? When?"

  13. XII. Research in Open Education

    1. 38. OER Research Hub

    2. 39. Open Education Group

    3. 40. Marshall Smith, "Ruminations on Research on OER"

  14. XIII. The Economics of Open

    1. 41. Yochai Benkler, "Coases Penguin, or Linux and The Nature of the Firm"

    2. 42. Yochai Benkler, "Common Wisdom: Peer Production of Educational Materials"

    3. 43. Yochai Benkler, "'Sharing Nicely': On shareable goods and the emergence of sharing as a modality of economic production"

  15. XIV. Open Business Models

    1. 44. Eric Raymond, "The Magic Cauldron"

    2. 45. OSI, "Open Source Case for Business"

    3. 46. Various, "A Summer 2014 Conversation on Business Models in Open Education"

  16. Readings to Consider Including in the Next Edition