Abstract

We all appreciate that OER can save our students money, but what really defines an OER is what you’re allowed to do with it. Creative Commons licenses are widely used on OER to change the copyright status from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.” These legal tools facilitate the copying, sharing and remixing, (otherwise prohibited by copyright,) that can energize the classroom and help in-class work find a wider audience. This session will review the CC backstory, describe the various CC licenses, and discuss how they can be used in Cluster Pedagogy.

Location

Merrill Place B

Start Date

1-17-2019 8:30 AM

End Date

1-17-2019 9:30 AM

Description

Cluster Pedagogy

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Jan 17th, 8:30 AM Jan 17th, 9:30 AM

Creative Commons, OER & Cluster Pedagogy

Merrill Place B

We all appreciate that OER can save our students money, but what really defines an OER is what you’re allowed to do with it. Creative Commons licenses are widely used on OER to change the copyright status from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.” These legal tools facilitate the copying, sharing and remixing, (otherwise prohibited by copyright,) that can energize the classroom and help in-class work find a wider audience. This session will review the CC backstory, describe the various CC licenses, and discuss how they can be used in Cluster Pedagogy.