It seems that every day at least one new post on Open Educational Resources comes across my desk.
This one about Great Minds vs. FedEx is an interesting take on OER.
Great Minds creates and makes curricula available for free under a Creative Commons license. Some schools are paying FedEx to make copies of the free material.
Great Minds claims that FedEx is profiting through a “commercial use” of the open resources without proper permission. The nonprofit is demanding that FedEx stop doing that copying work — or pay a royalty.