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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 ...
Adaptable Course Materials: Creating an Open Textbook for Electromagnetics
We describe the purpose, process, and product of developing the open textbook. Electromagnetics, Volume 1 (Beta) by Ellingson (2018) is a faculty-authored, LaTeX based, customizable, and openly licensed textbook (licensed ...
Copyright in Research and Scholarship for Engineering Education Graduate Seminar
Copyright in Research and Scholarship for the Engineering Education Graduate Seminar, May 1, 2015.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Seven Platforms You Should Know About: Share, Find, Author, or Adapt Creative Commons-Licensed Resources
<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses">Creative Commons licenses</a> allow no-cost access, redistribution, remix, and reuse with attribution. This session is for faculty (and others) who want to know about no-cost ...
Get Noticed - Managing your scholarly career in an age of metrics, social media, and open research
This workshop is designed for busy faculty who want a jump start in developing new skills, mastering new tools, and learning new approaches related to sharing their work and extending their impact. As delivered in June ...
The State of Scholarly Publishing
These slides were presented to two groups of faculty at the University of Richmond following an invitation from Lucretia McCulley to lead a presentation and discussion on the current state of scholarly publishing "to educate ...