Creating an OER? How to Use Stuff that You Don’t Own | Open Educational Resources @ CUNY 2014-07-05


"In May, Jill Cirasella, addressed the makers out there with her post, “Creating an OER? How Should You License It?” But before you license your OER, you have to build it. To do so, you will likely need to use another creator’s materials. Can you use extant materials, or does copyright always get in your way? Consider this: if you plan to share your course widely as an OER, you can no longer count on a jointly-held library affiliation. Therefore, it is important to carefully vet the material you chose to include in your course for any potential copyright violations. It is also best to make sure that the materials you use are available publicly. We have some tips that should protect you, while keeping your creative vision intact ..."


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Date tagged:

07/05/2014, 08:22

Date published:

07/05/2014, 04:22