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CCCOER Presents: Attributions. Authoring, and OER Platforms

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Remixing openly licensed materials from different sources is a hallmark of OER but can make for complicated attributions. The webinar will start with best practices for attribution of curated openly licensed works. Three faculty will then share their experiences authoring and providing attributions of remixed OER in the Pressbooks and Libretexts platforms.
When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 12pm PT/ 3pm ET
Featured Speakers:

Jennryn Wetzler; Assistant Director of Open Education for Creative Commons
Dave Dillon; Author of “Blueprint for Success in College and Career”
Athena Kashyap; English Professor at City College of San Francisco
Heather Ringo; English Professor at Solano College


Suzanne Wakim, OER, Distance Education, Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) Coordinator; Biology Faculty at Butte-Glenn Community College District

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CCCOER Presents: Attributions. Authoring, and OER Platforms

  1. 1. February 12, 2020 12:00 pm PST Welcome image: pixabay.com Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0
  2. 2. Agenda ● Introductions ● CCCOER overview ● Attributions ● Developing OER with LibreText ● Authoring with Pressbooks ● Q & A ● Upcoming events and announcements
  3. 3. Speakers Moderator: Suzanne Wakim OER Coordinator, Biology Faculty Butte College District Jennryn Wetzler Assistant Director Global Education Creative Commons Dave Dillon Counselor/Professor Open Textbook Author Grossmont College, CA Athena Kashyap English Professor City College of San Francisco, CA
  4. 4. ● Expand awareness & access to high- quality OER ● Support faculty choice & development ● Foster regional OER advocacy ● Improve student success CCCOER Mission
  5. 5. Membership 2020 http://cccoer.org/Member 16 State-wide Memberships New Members: Trinity Valley Community College Texas Butler Community College Kansas
  6. 6. Call for Proposals open Not sure what to submit or plan? Take a look at our roundup of Open Education Week activities from last year. 2019: https://www.cccoer.org/2019/04/04/open- education-week-2019-roundup/ Promotional Materials available for download https://www.openeducationweek.org/
  7. 7. Attributions Jennryn Wetzler Assistant Director Global Education Creative Commons
  8. 8. Unless otherwise noted, this presentation is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Contact me: jennryn@creativecommons.org
  9. 9. 4 Elements 6 Licenses + 2 Public Domain Tools
  10. 10. Least restrictive to Most restrictive
  11. 11. https://creativecommons.org/choose/ https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Best_practices _for_attribution
  12. 12. Thank you! jennryn@creativecommons.org
  13. 13. Authoring with Pressbooks Dave Dillon Counselor/Professor Open Textbook Author Grossmont College, CA Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0
  14. 14. Blueprint for Success in College and Career https://press.rebus.community/blueprint2/ Pressbooks Rebus Community
  15. 15. Proper Attribution Acronym: TASL Title Author Source (link) License (link) https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Best_practices_for_attribution
  16. 16. Is this a proper attribution? College Success. Authored by: Linda Bruce. License: CC BY: Attribution
  17. 17. Original content (first published) may not include a source/link College Success. Authored by: Linda Bruce. License: CC BY: Attribution The Source is missing, and should read as follows: College Success. Authored by: Linda Bruce. Located at: https://courses.lumenlearning.com/wmopen- collegesuccess/chapter/career-paths-2/ License: CC BY: Attribution.
  18. 18. The Growing Guide to Using Pressbooks https://guide.pressbooks.com/ See Section VIII. Media Chapter 69 Media Attributions And Chapter 70 Adding Images Thank you Steel Wagstaff and Apurva Ashok!
  19. 19. Developing OER with LibreText Athena Kashyap English Professor City College of San Francisco, CA
  20. 20. OER Attributions on Libretexts: Nuts and Bolts By Athena Kashyap Co-author of OERs: Writing and Critical Thinking Through Literature Writing, Reading, and College Success
  21. 21. Attributions in Libretexts ● Finding out Attribution guidelines of Libretexts and making sure they align with your own understanding of how to attribute sources. ● Attributing images in Libretexts ● Creating a style guide so that you are attributing sources in a consistent manner ● Snags and Issues
  22. 22. Attribution Basics at LibreTexts A conversation with Delmar Larsen from Libretext provided most useful information about attributions on their platform about ● Content sources ● Images: Copyrighted ● Images: Not copyrighted ● Header textbox in Libretext
  23. 23. Attributing Texts That Have A CC license Libretexts requires 1) name of source 2) link to the home page of the source 3) author 4) publishing house/ original providing platform 5) license
  24. 24. Footer Attributions: Libretexts Link to Web page (home page ok) author Publishing platform/publish
  25. 25. Creative Commons Licences
  26. 26. Adding License Information to Header
  27. 27. Attributing Content Which Require Permissions
  28. 28. Copyrighted Image Attributions: Libretexts
  29. 29. Non-Copyrighted Images: Libretexts
  30. 30. What About Videos? No Attribution Needed for Youtube Videos
  31. 31. Create a Style Guide
  32. 32. Snags and How to Avoid Them ● Check the requirements of your platform host. Make sure your own standards align with those of your platform host. ● Provide attributions as you go along ● Prepare for permission forms not arriving on time. Have a back-up if the permissions never come. In addition to the main OER databases, Google Advance Search is a great way to find content that can be shared, adapted etc. ● Be consistent: Use a Style Guide. Also create a separate page where you list main attributions you are using so that you can cut and paste this.
  33. 33. My “Cheat Sheet” in Google Docs
  34. 34. Wish List ● For the platform to have guidelines on their minimum attribution requirements. Maybe our findings can be compiled into a guide that can be accessed from the platform help page. ● I had watched this Webinar before starting my course!
  35. 35. Questions?
  36. 36. Spring webinars (3pm EST unless otherwise noted) Feb 12 CCCOER Webinar: Attributions, Authoring, Platform Mar 3 Beginning to Open Up Mar 4 Regional Leadership for Open Education Mar 5 California Student Toolkit Apr 8 CCCOER Webinar: Open Pedagogy with faculty and students May 6 CCCOER Webinar: User-friendly Design with OER June 3 CCCOER Webinar: Sustainability: If I had to do it over again ... Descriptions & Registration: bit.ly/CCCOERspring2020
  37. 37. Stay in the Loop ● Upcoming Conferences See our website under “Get-Involved” ● Join our Community Email ○ https://www.cccoer.org/community-email/ ● Read our EDI blog posts ○ https://www.cccoer.org Image: pixabay.com http://cccoer.org
  38. 38. Questions? Contact Info: @unatdaly -- unatdaly@oeglobal.org @cccoer Liz Yata -- lizyata@oeglobal.org Lisa Young -- lisa.young@scottsdalecc.edu @suetash Sue Tashjian -- stashjian@necc.mass.edu Thank you!