Researching Usability

AquabrowserUX Project IPR

Posted on: May 14, 2010

You may remember from an earlier blog in April that the JISC Enhancing LMS: AquaBrowser UX study has kicked off. Since then a number of developments have taken place including a number of team meetings, dissemination of the project during the Scottish UPA presentation and more recently, user research in the library. Details of the work done so far will be included in subsequent blogs. If you want to find out more about the project, its aims and objectives please visit Boon’s blog.

All future updates will be provided in both blogs during the course of the project. To make it easier to track this information in one place you can follow a single feed for AquaBrowserUX by subscribing here: http://bit.ly/aquabrowseruxfeeds.

The blogs will act as the source for all the required project documentation. The first part of this includes seven project plan posts. These are a series of posts detailing different aspects of the project plan. The first project plan post has already been provided by Boon in the link above. These posts are intended to disseminate details of the project that were included in the original proposal. This post deals with the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for all AquaBrowserUX work. As the project is a case study, an Open Source Software License is not applicable. The Creative Commons License details are provided below:

Creative Commons License
AquaBrowser User Experience by AquaBrowserUX is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.5 UK: Scotland License.
Based on a work at www.wiki.ed.ac.uk.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/UX2/AquaBrowserUX.

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2 Responses to "AquabrowserUX Project IPR"

Great stuff, very well laid out an explained.

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