OERs, Open Educational Resources, Copyright, Creative Commons, Fair Use, Public Domain, Textbook Affordability
Presentation given at faculty as a part of the Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning (FCTL) Open Educational Resources (OERs) Course Innovation Project on Monday, February 20, 2017 and Thursday, February 23, 2017.
This workshop covered a variety of copyright considerations when considering Open Educational Resources. This included basic aspects of copyright for use of content materials in courses. It focused primarily on copyright considerations for OERs, including selecting materials that can legally be incorporated into open textbooks and other open content. Topics covered include fair use, public domain, open access, Creative Commons licenses, and more.
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Norris, Sarah A., "Copyright Considerations for OERs" (2017). Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 59.