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Open Licensing for Library-Created Content: A Report for the University Libraries at Virginia Tech
(Virginia Tech, 2016-06-17)
Library Council, the governing body of the University Libraries at Virginia Tech, commissioned creation of a task force to identify problems and propose solutions regarding the sharing and reuse of content created by the ...
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 ...
Unpacking Creative Commons Licenses
This editable resource is a 1-page handout explaining the six different Creative Commons licenses, their symbols, full names, and what users may, must, and must not do according to the terms of the licenses. This resource ...
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 ...
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 ...
Open Textbooks and Beyond: Access Affordability, and Academic Success
Student success depends in part on student access to learning materials. This presentation showed the impact of decreased state subsidization of tuition in higher education by the number of hours students would need to ...