ED MAP: The End of Textbooks


Editors Note: This guest post is written by Max Mark: the founder and CEO of ED MAP, a Course Materials Management company, whose services and technology simplifies the discovery, adoption, management, and delivery of quality educational content. You can follow him on Twitter @athensmax. Hats off to Ariel Diaz and Boundless for his insightful analysis here on Educelerate and for his … [Read more...]

Creative Commons: an Educational Primer


Over the past few weeks, I have been posting (here, here, and here)  regarding copyright and the need for educators and students to learn more about creative commons licensed material. However, many have asked: "What IS creative commons licensing anyway?  Can't students just provide attribution, like in standard research papers... why seek out creative commons licensed work? What is the … [Read more...]