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Libraries in the Time of MOOCS
Educause Review (2013)
  • Curtis Kendrick
  • Irene Gashurov
Abstract

MOOCs give librarians new opportunities to help shape the conversation about changes in higher education and to guide administrators, faculty, and students through these changes. To assume this role, librarians must understand the MOOCs landscape. Numerous stakeholders will have an interest in the massive intellectual property that ultimately resides in libraries' owned and licensed digital repositories. Studying and adopting technologies to manage and monitor MOOC usage of library resources will be essential to controlling access and tightening Internet safeguards.

Keywords
  • Fair Use,
  • Intellectual Property,
  • Digital Content,
  • Information Discovery and Retrieval,
  • Massive Open Online Course,
  • MOOC,
  • Online Learning,
  • Libraries and Technology
Publication Date
November 4, 2013
Citation Information
Curtis Kendrick and Irene Gashurov. "Libraries in the Time of MOOCS" Educause Review (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/curtis_kendrick/2/