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Making Content Open
Several drivers are changing the way teachers develop, store and share their learning materials: policy, technology, Web 2.0 developments, repositories and communities of practice around open educational resources to name a few. This Framework for Open Content Literacy aims to support the decision-making of staff wishing to explore, create, reuse or repurpose open digital teaching and learning content.

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Open Content Literacy Collection
The Open Content Literacy Frameworks aim to support the decision-making of staff wishing to explore, create, reuse or repurpose open digital teaching and learning content.

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Open Educational Framework (SCONUL 7 Pillars 'Lens')
This version of the Framework for Open Content Literacy looks at the required skills, knowledge and competencies through the 'lens' of the SCONUL 7 Pillars model of Information Literacy.

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