Now showing items 1-6 of 6
To Boldly Go: First-year exploration of OER Initiatives
Presented at the Virginia Libraries Association Annual Conference. Open Educational Resources present opportunities for teaching faculty to save students thousands of dollars in textbook costs. This session describes the ...
Choices by Design: Finding and Using Openly Licensed Resources
Many people find it difficult to know what they can and cannot use in public or other presentations because of Copyright law. When someone is flexible regarding the exact image or figure they want to use, finding and using ...
Navigating 21st Century Digital Scholarship: Open Educational Resources (OERs), Creative Commons, Copyright, and Library Vendor Licenses
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-06-09)
Digital scholarship issues are increasingly prevalent in today’s environment. We are faced with questions of how to protect our own works as well as others’ with responsible attribution and usage, sometimes involving a ...
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. ...
Making It Easier: Reducing Perceived and Real Barriers to Finding and Sharing Open Educational Resources
Perceptions of time and effort required to locate open educational resources (OER) remains the most significant barrier to wider faculty adoption of OER. This poster reflects my current thinking regarding what librarians ...
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 ...