However, reusing and remixing Ginsberg’s poetry for my poetry project proves tobe more challenging than it seems, because his poems are not public domain yet. As such, it presents a problem that I will have to work around in my project, as I now need to create “fake poems” that are acceptable and work in a more accessible creative license. For creative projects like mine, OER’s “5 R’s” are not as attainable as they can be, and prove even more so that accessibility to works is an important component to academics of any discipline. In my project, I wish to explore the experiences that would be possible if Ginsberg’s works were as public as his flavorful personal life.
“Defining the ‘Open’ in Open Content and Open Educational Resources.” OpenContent. Web. http://opencontent.org/definition/ Accessed 26 Nov. 2017
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