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Open and Editable: Exploring Library Engagement in Open Educational Resource Adoption, Adaptation and Authoring
(Virginia Library Association, 2015)
Open Educational Resources (OER) have saved students millions of dollars in textbook costs and greatly expanded access to a wide variety of educational materials for countless numbers of students and life-long learners. ...
Is It a Fair Use? A Hands-On Discussion
This workshop was provided for instructors, researchers, and library employees; in-person and online, as well as being open to the general public (in-person and online) during Fair Use Week 2016. In each workshop session, ...
Get creative (and stay legal): Copyright compliance with Open Licensing, Creative Commons, and Open Educational Resources
(Virginia Tech, 2015-02-24)
Are you looking for materials that you can freely use, modify, and share without having to navigate copyright questions? Do you want to “avoid reinventing the wheel” in developing appropriate instructional materials? Do ...
A Framework for Analyzing any U.S. Copyright Problem
This framework lists five-steps which in order may assist anyone in navigating where to begin regarding a "can I use it?" U.S. Copyright problem. It is adapted (links added) from a guide with the same name © 2014 Kevin ...
Remix and Share: Teaching Others to Navigate Copyright Issues in Open Education & Open Licensing Contexts
Faculty and students creating or adapting openly licensed resources face numerous barriers in understanding how to appropriate handle third party works. I developed the EMLS Model (Evaluate, Mark, License, Share) and ...
Copyright in Research and Scholarship for Engineering Education Graduate Seminar
Copyright in Research and Scholarship for the Engineering Education Graduate Seminar, May 1, 2015.
Get Creative (and stay legal): Copyright Compliance with Creative Commons and Open Educational Resources
This presentation provides an overview of open licensing within the context of copyright-related questions, most frequently: "Can I use it?" The presentation reviews copyright basics, introduces faculty to open licensing ...