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Creating OER and Combining Licenses

This video is intended to help you choose compatible resources and choose a valid license for your work. Suppose you are developing an open educational resou...
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Robin Wharton: Bright Lines and Golden Rules: Copyright, Fair Use, Critical Pedagogy

Robin Wharton: Bright Lines and Golden Rules: Copyright, Fair Use, Critical Pedagogy | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it

"Have you ever overheard this conversation, or something similar, in the departmental copy room? One teacher says, “How many pages of a book can I copy and still call it fair use? Another teacher replies, “I think it’s ten percent (or ten pages).” I overhear these conversations all the time. As a recovering corporate intellectual property attorney I am perhaps especially attuned to them. One always correct potential answer to the question is, “Well, that depends.” "


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Massive Open Online Course - Creative Commons

Massive Open Online Course - Creative Commons | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators.
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List of open licensed cartoons | Copyright & Education

List of open licensed cartoons | Copyright & Education | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it

Finding copyright free (public domain) and free to use cartoons (open licensed) can be difficult and the reuse of cartoons in online resources without the necessary permissions is a tricky legal area depending on the facts and circumstances of the case. Here you will find a collection of free to use cartoons that have been licensed in terms of Creative Commons licenses – to visit each cartoonist’s site, click on their cartoons shown below. Please do adhere to the terms of use specified by each author.

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Canadian Faculty Union Warns That Student Postings of Lectures Could Violate Copyright Law

Canadian Faculty Union Warns That Student Postings of Lectures Could Violate Copyright Law | Educational Technology in Higher Education | Scoop.it
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