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Open Educational Resources (OER) - Introduction

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  1. 1. Open Educational Resources - Introduction Dr. Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research, AT)
  2. 2. Agenda •  Copyright and education •  OER definition and warm-up •  Examples for OER •  Open licenses of OER and examples of usage •  How to license your ER •  Potential impact •  Important for an EC project
  3. 3. Three questions
  4. 4. Three questions answers by
  5. 5. OER Definition (UNESCO) „Open Educational Resources (OERs) are any type of educational materials that are in the public domain or introduced with an open license.“ UNESCO – see http://www.unesco.org/new/en/communication-and-information/access-to- knowledge/open-educational-resources/what-are-open-educational-resources-oers/
  6. 6. OER types
  7. 7. Open/Free licenses e.g. by Creative Commons Free usage, modifica0on, a2ribu0on (BY) of copyright owner and license. Free usage, modifica0on, a2ribu0on of copyright owner and license (BY), re-publishing under the same license („share alike“, SA) Free usage without any further contraints – see „Public Domain“ Mehr dazu: h2p://de.crea0ve.commons.org
  8. 8. OER is a solution for restrictments of copyright regulations
  9. 9. OER is also a solution for other challenges as well
  10. 10. OER is also a solution for other challenges as well, for example •  Up-date of materials through others •  Usage through others (impact) •  Clear framework for co-operation and later usage of materials •  Possibilty to cooperate and make something together
  11. 11. Popular OER initiatives
  12. 12. Wikipedia Wikipedia http://de.wikipedia.org/
  13. 13. Wikiversity wikiversity http://de.wikiversity.org
  14. 14. Wikibooks http://de.wikibooks.org/ WikiBooks
  15. 15. OER licenses
  16. 16. Creative Commons •  Is not the only the provider of licenses •  CC is the most popular for texts, videos and pictures •  There is a set of diverse Creative Commons licenses, not all are open/free license
  17. 17. Three levels of license Illustra0on: Drei-Schichten-Modells: CC BY 4.0 Interna0onal Crea0ve Commons - h2ps://crea0vecommons.org/licenses/?lang=de For lawyers For machines / robots Short version for „normal people“)
  18. 18. As „Public Domain“ in the USA
  19. 19. Example: kindOERgarten.de and how you can use the materials http://kindOERgarten.de
  20. 20. Free usage, modification, attribution of copyright owner and license (BY)
  21. 21. Example: Video of COER17 used by others Source: CC BY 4.0 Martin Ebner and Sandra Schön for iMooX.at
  22. 22. Free usage, modification, attribution of copyright owner and license (BY), re- publishing under the same license („share alike“, SA)
  23. 23. Example: Modified Wikipedia Screenshot composition with sketch available under CC BY SA 3.0 Sandra Schön - using a Screenshot of Wikipedia in the background, original screenshot available under http://wikipedia.de, licensed under CC BY SA 3.0, see https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode
  24. 24. There are also other options within Creative Commons No Derivation (ND) Non Commercial (NC)
  25. 25. There are also other options within Creative Commons No Derivation (ND)´ Non Commercial (NC) Both are not compliant to OER !
  26. 26. Licensing educational resources
  27. 27. All screenshots: CC BY 4.0 Interna0onal Crea0ve Commons – h2ps://crea0vecommons.org/choose/ Choosing a license
  28. 28. Potential impact
  29. 29. OER ermöglicht große Verbreitung und Nutzung CC 0 Quelle: h*ps://pixabay.com/de/comic-cartoon-frau-zeigt-tshirt-192959/
  30. 30. OER ermöglicht große Verbreitung und Nutzung Quelle: h2p://ascenicroute.com/about/ Quelle: h*p://www.centerforinnersciences.org/members-speak/how-to-be- simple / Quelle: via: h*p://www.fao.org/3/a-i4768e.pdf /
  31. 31. What is important for an (EC) project?
  32. 32. Important •  All authors/originators/creators have to agree to an open license and of the way of attribution •  All used materials should be made by your team or is public domain / OER with fitting licenses •  Best way to start with is the proposal / project description and/or the consortium agreement
  33. 33. Contact Dr. Sandra Schön Salzburg Research mbH sandra.schoen@salzburgresearch.at
  34. 34. Add-On Re-Mixing resources
  35. 35. Combinations of materials License of result/ compilation License of source

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