(HE/K12) Making the Transition to Open: The Easy Way to Create, License, and Share Free Materials

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(HE/K12) Making the Transition to Open: The Easy Way to Create, License, and Share Free Materials

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The Canvas Network sets itself apart from other education providers by making learning current and directly relevant to you. For example, the network uses the AMC hit TV series "The Walking Dead" to teach lessons in survival, science and society. Looking to advance your business career even further? Learn from knowledgeable professors like Kirk O. Hanson. Hanson has 23 years of experience teaching business ethics and is the executive director for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Learn about large events like the Olympics with professor Mark Wilson, who has visited eight world's fairs and two Olympics. The Canvas Network leaves behind the “one-size-fits-all” approach to online learning and offers classes taught by outstanding professors with course material that is made relevant to today's society.

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The Open Educational Resource movement is still very young and new to faculty. This course encourages faculty to participate in developing and improving OER by demonstrating some simple steps by which materials can be generated or collected, licensed, and shared. It only makes sense that fostering collaboration on and improvement of resources with educational best practices in mind will, ultimately, translate into a more diverse, higher-quality case of materials that educators worldwide can use and continue to make better.

Objectives

  • Accurately define and identify Open Educational Resources (OER).
  • Describe the six Creative Commons licenses.
  • Demonstrate appropriate attribution.
  • Design a plan for incorporating OER materials in a class, curriculum, or college.
  • Design a plan for creating OER materials and how to appropriately license open materials.
  • Determine how to gain permission to use a copyrighted work in an open r...

The Open Educational Resource movement is still very young and new to faculty. This course encourages faculty to participate in developing and improving OER by demonstrating some simple steps by which materials can be generated or collected, licensed, and shared. It only makes sense that fostering collaboration on and improvement of resources with educational best practices in mind will, ultimately, translate into a more diverse, higher-quality case of materials that educators worldwide can use and continue to make better.

Objectives

  • Accurately define and identify Open Educational Resources (OER).
  • Describe the six Creative Commons licenses.
  • Demonstrate appropriate attribution.
  • Design a plan for incorporating OER materials in a class, curriculum, or college.
  • Design a plan for creating OER materials and how to appropriately license open materials.
  • Determine how to gain permission to use a copyrighted work in an open resource.

Target Audience: Faculty/Instructors in any discipline or at any grade level.


Course is offered by Canvas Network.

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