NGLC CC BY Requirement: Wave 1Presentation Transcript
Dr. Cable Green
Director of Global Learning
Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under:
• NGLC Wave 1: CC BY requirement
• What is CC BY?
• What is Creative Commons? What does it
do? How does it work?
• What are Open Educational Resources
• How can CC support you as you comply with
this grant requirement?
What is the CC BY requirement in
the NGLC Wave 1 grant?
“First, so that the knowledge gained during
NGLC‐funded projects is promptly and
broadly disseminated, all documents, written
materials, and other content submitted to
EDUCAUSE during the period of Grantee’s
NGLC grant application and grant (e.g.,
website postings, pre‐ proposals, proposals,
findings, and information generated by
Grantee) will be made available to the
community under a Creative Commons
“In addition, all open educational resources
and related work product (manuals,
integration formats, hosting environments,
faculty development guides, or curricula,
etc.) created in connection with the Open
Interactive Core Courseware challenge must
be made available under this license.”
“Any data sets, models/frameworks, text,
and/or multimedia resources―including but
not limited to courses or courseware—and
findings resulting from the NGLC‐funded
project prepared by Grantee may be made
available for public presentation on the NGLC
website (http://nextgenlearning.com) and/or
other online forums as directed by NGLC staff.
All such materials will be subject to the
Creative Commons license described above.”
What is Creative Commons?
What is CC BY?
Free copyright licenses
Founded in 2001
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simSchool Simulation by Sim School is licensed under a Creative
Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
OER are teaching, learning, and
research materials in any medium
that reside in the public domain
or have been released under an
open license that permits their
free use and re-purposing by