Agenda with applicable links
- OER Creation Checklist
- Review documentation for what we covered in the last session
- How to disable comments on your pages / posts:
- Go to Dashboard > Settings > Discussion Settings > Uncheck “Allow people to post comments on new articles”
- To retroactively disable comments on a page or post level go to a Post > click “Screen option” at the very top right hand corner. A drop-down will appear. Click comments or discussion. This will make a pop-up appear at the bottom of the screen. Uncheck “Allow comments.”
Goals for Seminar 2:
- Review Copyright & Fair Use Module
- What is Fair Use?
- Best Practices
- Review the materials you selected
- What’s their licensing / permissions?
- Learning how to attribute the materials you select
- Check in one-on-one about finding materials for you course
- Printable version of the Fair Use Checklist
- Digital and printable version of the “Do I need to Get Permission?” handout
- Sample OER site licensing language: “Unless otherwise noted, this site is licensed….xyz” … this type of wording is helpful in establishing that the site license may be distinct from the licensing of the materials you post on your site
Goals for today:
- Introduce ourselves
- Understand “OER,” the term. What makes OER distinct from free educational materials?
- Introduce copyright and Creative Commons licenses
- Introduce some (confusing) semantics
- “Open licenses”
- Review the learning materials you can assign with your OER
- What makes your site an OER?
- OER Critique activity
Posting an updated version of today’s slides for you to view or make a copy of. You’ll find links to related materials there, including a link to the attribution builder that Elvis demoed.
More to come shortly.