Copyright, Licensing, and Open Materials for Remote and Hybrid Teaching | Open.Ed @ University of Edinburgh

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This one-hour information session aims to provide teaching staff with the information to use copyright and licensed materials in the core toolset to support remote and hybrid  teaching. The session will cover: Authenticated vs. Public teaching spaces Licences in Higher Educations Subscriptions, databases, and services Open Educational Resources and materials Attribution of materials Finding useful materials This session is provided by Stephanie (Charlie) Farley, our Open Educational Resources (OER) Advisor for Educational Design and Engagement. If you’re interested in us running a tailored workshop for your department please get in touch. This session has been updated and adapted from ‘Will it bite me? Copyright, media, licensing, and online teaching environments”. The session will run online via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. An access link will be emailed to you prior to the course date.


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Tags: oa.licensing oa.creative_commons oa.oer oa.publishing oa.teaching oa.publishing oa.oer oa.licensing oa.libre oa.creative_commons

Date tagged:

06/15/2020, 09:17

Date published:

06/15/2020, 05:17