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Download the supporting PDF file for this episode from the Learning to Teach Online project website.... see more

Vimeo like YouTube contains millions of videos. Browse and search the Creative Commons licensed videos on Vimeo. Learn... see more

CHEER is a repository whose goal is to create a collaborative online exchange for engaging resources that can be used to... see more

This Risk Management Calculator can be used to help understand the types of factors that might determine specific levels... see more

The Author's Alliance and Creative Commons have created the "Termination of Transfer" (ToT) tool that helps authors... see more

B.C. Campus Open Education:  Open Textbook Self-Publishing Guide is a practical reference/development tool for... see more

A PowerPoint presentation outlining the basics of copyright (including what's included in the public domain, the TEACH... see more

'Andrew will discuss copyright issues associated with institutional repository efforts. These include identifying the... see more

The Open Education Handbook has been written to provide a useful point of reference for readers within a range of... see more

Open Attribute is a suite of tools designed to make it easy for anyone to give the correct atribution for any Creative... see more

Open licences and the free sharing and reuse of materials online have become increasingly popular. Governments,... see more

This is a slide presentation from the TAACCCT On! Conference (Oct 2014). The goal is to help the TAACCCT grantees from... see more

You can use CC-licensed materials as long as you follow the license conditions. One condition of all CC licenses is... see more

This document is a code of best practices (download as PDF here) designed to help those preparing OpenCourseWare (OCW) to... see more

This is a 15-minute presentation that serves as a quick introduction to copyright for faculty and staff who want to... see more

This is a presentation for SUNY Librarians Association 2013 annual conference about Creative Commons licenses for OERs.... see more

'There is no larger compendium of shared human knowledge and creativity than the Commons, including over 1.1 billion... see more

Open Educational Resources (OER) Policy Registry is a database of current and proposed Open Education policies from... see more

This is a game created through an independent study. The goal of the game is to remix four different media types - texts,... see more

All Creative Commons licenses require that users of the work attribute the creator. This is also a requirement under... see more

The GPL is a copyleft license, which means that derivative work can only be distributed under the same license terms.... see more

Once an author has selected a Creative Commons license, he needs to know how to let people know what license is on his... see more

The Northwest Vista College Library has created OER training workshops for faculty that introduces them to the Creative... see more

"Open Access Explained" is an excellent short YouTube video created by Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen that explains the... see more