Greg Grossmeier

Greg Grossmeier
Education Technology and Policy Coordinator, Creative Commons

Website | @g_gerg

Greg focuses on how Open Education projects can better create, disseminate, and reuse educational materials. He recently moved to San Francisco from Michigan where he worked at the University of Michigan Library as Copyright Specialist and with the Open.Michigan initiative on OER related outreach and policy. After hours, Greg spends time with the Ubuntu community and other Free/Libre Open Source projects. Greg graduated from the U-M School of Information with an MSI specializing in Information Policy and Library and Information Services. He’ll always miss the thunderstorms and blizzards of the Midwest.

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Session
Location: Astor Ballroom
Greg Grossmeier (Creative Commons), Michael Jay (Educational Systemics, Inc.)
The move from lock step curriculum to learner centric education hinges on basic technology—metadata. The Learning Resource Metadata Initiative (LRMI) defines an open, flexible, and rich schema with which publishers can make new and legacy content available to support self-guided and learner focused education. Come explore the implications for OER providers, commercial publishers, and educators. Read more.

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