A technology innovation that enables computing power and services to be delivered and accessed through the Internet, provided as a service instead of a product.
A software package that allows an individual or a community of users to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website.
Creative Commons is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 2001, that promotes the creative reuse of intellectual and artistic works whether owned or in the public domain.
Here’s an easy step-by-step guide to choose a license. There are four areas of copyright permissions that you can choose to retain or share:
Share-Alike: Any must license their version of your work using the same sort of license that you’ve used.
No derivative works: The work cannot be modified in any way.
Non-commercial: The work may not be used for commercial purposes.
Set of vocabulary terms to describe a full range of web resources (video, images, web pages etc. and physical resources such as books) for the purposes of discovery. The original set of 15 classic metadata terms, known as the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set.
Capability to communicate, execute programs, or transfer data among various functional units in a manner that requires the user to have little or no knowledge of the unique characteristics of those units.
LOD is a set of best practices for publishing and connecting structured data on the Web
Online course aiming at large-scale participation and open access via the Web. MOOCS include all of the components a person needs to learn away from the traditional classroom.
Peer-reviewed, online scholarly journals that use a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access.