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Workshop: Using Creative Commons License for Open Educational Contents

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  • 1. Creative Commons Licensing at Open Courseware Ignasi Labastida i Juan Office for Knowledge Dissemination Universitat de Barcelona Carolina Botero Cabrera Fundaciòn Karisma
  • 2. Learning Content Tools Implementation Resources Michael Reschke cba Text on OER slides are licensed GNU FDL v1.2 http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html
  • 3. Learning Content Tools Implementation Resources Michael Reschke cba Full courses, course Software to support the materials, content Copyright licenses to creation, delivery, use and promote open modules, learning improvement of open learning objects, collections, jo publishing of content including searching and materials, design- urnals organization of content, content andprinciples, and learning management localization of content. OCW systems, content development tools, and on-line learning communities.
  • 4. But not just any license
  • 5. All CC licenses Allow: Reproduction Distribution Public Display / Performance ...without commercial purposes. Require: Attribution License notice
  • 6. Current CC licenses Attribution Attribution -ShareAlike Attribution -NoDerivWorks Attribution -NonCommercial Attribution –NonCommercial-ShareAlike Attribution -NonCommercial-NoDerivWorks
  • 7. The CC-MIT-OCW license Allowed: Reproduction Distribution Public Display / Performance Derivative Works ...without commercial purposes Required: Attribution for author and MIT License notice Share alike (deriv work with same license)
  • 8. Current OCW MIT license Attribution –NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 USA
  • 9. Non Commercial Determination of commercial vs. non-commercial purpose is based on the use, not the user. Materials may be used by individuals, institutions, governments, corporations, or other business whether for-profit or non-profit so long as the use itself is not a commercialization of the materials or a use that is directly intended to generate sales or profit. Incidental charges to recover reasonable reproduction costs may be permitted.
  • 10. OCW Consortium The MIT OCW initiative grows Many universities follow the OCWC, but... do they understand the meaning of it? Fashion or Conviction?
  • 11. Current OCW conditions (non MIT) Attribution -NonCommercial-NoDerivWorks © All rights reserved
  • 12. More problems... Restricted access to materials Same resource, but different license at different platform (OCW/IR)
  • 13. Should we establish a basis... Attribution –NonCommercial-ShareAlike ...and let open it more?
  • 14. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jmarty/128010935/ Autor Justin Marty (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jmarty/) CC-BY
  • 15. Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • 16. Open for Use Remix Adapt Share Without legal/technical/economic restrictions
  • 17. Researchers call it OPEN ACCESS
  • 18. Should we copy the OA model?
  • 19. Why CC-BY? Allows unrestricted adaptations, translations,... Wide use without restrictions on derivative works Compatible with any free license (interoperability) Requires attribution (non endorsment) and respect for moral rights where exist
  • 20. Conclusions A guide on the use of CC licenses at OCWC is needed. The BY-NC-SA CC license should be use as a minimum forbiding more restrictive schemes The debate for openness should be opened.
  • 21. Do we have time? http://vimeo.com/992553 5 Lets work together to understand the compatibility issue when building learning material...
  • 22. Esta presentación está sujeta a la licencia de AttributionCommons mediante la cual se permite la copia, la distribución, la comunicación pública y la generación de obras derivadas sin ninguna limitación siempre que se cite al autor y se mantenga el aviso de la licencia. © 2010, Ignasi Labastida i Juan Carolina Botero Cabrera Algunos derechos reservados

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