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OPLOttawa Public Library (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
OPLOpen Programming Language
OPLOperator Plmn List
OPLOpen Content License
OPLouter plexiform layer
OPLOpen Publication License
OPLOn-Premise Laundry
OPLOdisha Premier League (Indian cricket league)
OPLOpinion Leader
OPLOptical Path Length
OPLOne Planet Living (global initiative)
OPLOpen Publishing Lab
OPLOff Port Limit (shipping industry)
OPLOceanside Public Library (various locations)
OPLOffice of Public Liaison
OPLOrganiser Programming Language (PSION)
OPLOverhead Power Line (electric power transmission)
OPLOutpost Line (US Navy)
OPLOpen Public License
OPLOther Party Liability (insurance)
OPLOutput Protection Limiting (audio equipment)
OPLOptics and Photonics Letters (journal)
OPLOne Point Lesson
OPLOperations Log (oil exploration)
OPLOpenContent Licence
OPLOne Person Librarian
OPLFM Operator Type-L (audio synthesiser chip)
OPLOver Prescribed Limit (drunk driving)
OPLOffice of Public Leadership (University of Illinois)
OPLOil Prospecting Lease
OPLOrder of Preachers Layperson (Roman Catholicism; Dominican)
OPLOuter Port Limit (shipping)
OPLOlympus Product Line (Sun)
OPLOperating Parameter Limit
OPLOffice of Policy and Legislation (US)
OPLOperator Performance Lab (University of Iowa Engineering Research Laboratory)
OPLOptical Power Limiter (Delaire)
OPLOxford Property Lettings (Dublin, Ireland)
OPLÒganizasyon Pèp K ap Lite (Bangla: Struggling People's Organization, Haiti)
OPLOne Percent Living
OPLOutside Plant Loss (Lucent)
OPLOil Publications Limited
OPLOhio Pink Ladies (Toledo, OH)
OPLoptional port of loading
OPLOfficer Processing Lead (US DoD)
OPLOrganic Pure Life (New York, NY)
OPLOuter Physical Layer
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Lindsey Tepe, a senior policy analyst with the Education Policy program at New America, says, "The state of New York paid to develop the EngageNY English language arts and mathematics curricula, and made these resources available under an open content license to ensure anyone could benefit from them.
The startup Flat World Knowledge contracts with authors to write new textbooks and publishes them for free under an open content license, allowing professors to edit the raw material and add their own contributions while giving students access to a Web-based HTML book.
The types of license for open content include GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL), Creative Common License, Open Content License (OPL) and Open Directory License (ODL).
To that end, the goal of Knowledge Unlatched is to create a global library consortium that will pay for the fixed costs of monographs to publishers in exchange for the publisher agreeing to issue the text on an open content license (such as a creative commons license).
The open content license of Flat World books will allow other users to benefit from accessible content, including students who are learning English, those who have mild or undiagnosed disabilities, and those who benefit from multimodal reading with a combination of simultaneous highlighted text and computer-generated speech.