David Wiley, professor at Brigham University and one of the key speakers of UOC UNESCO Chair Fourth International Seminar on 2007, has a great idea.
He wants to promote the use of open licenses for Open Educational Resources through creativity. For that reason, he has invented a deck of cards (designed with an open source software) to play with. He his proposing two games (Google it and Agreggator), whose rules you can read on the project website, but he want us to invite new rules and new games in order to learn about OER having fun.
Any ideas for that? It worth to think about!