Libraries and OER: Where have they been?
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A short 15 minute presentation on what role libraries, specifically MLibrary, can play in OER.

A short 15 minute presentation on what role libraries, specifically MLibrary, can play in OER.

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  • Libraries and OER: Where have they been?
  • What do libraries do?
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  • Isn't that all just the makings of OER?
  • What can libraries do now?
  • 1. Lend expertise in search and discovery.
  • 2. Preserve published OER.
  • 3. Help create OER.
  • 4. Publish that OER.
  • MLibrary
  • MPublishing
  • University of Michigan Press Scholarly Publishing Office Deep Blue Copyright Office
  • What can we do to help find/create/clear/publish/preserve OER?
  • Proposal 1:
    • Author begins writing a textbook
    • Asks for help clearing copyright concerns
    • Finds graphic artists to create images
    • Submits to editors for quality editing
    • Has library publish online and POD
    • Library preserves textbook forever.
  • Proposal 2:
    • Authors collaboratively create work
    • Use Openly licensed images
    • Has library publish online and POD
    • Library preserves textbook forever.
  • Proposal 3:
    • Author is revert his rights to a work
    • Author clears other rights
    • Has library publish online and POD
    • Library preserves textbook forever.
  • Or... Something else completely.
  • Attributions:
      • Slide 3: “University of Michigan Library Card Catalog” - dfulmer - http://www.flickr.com/photos/annarbor/4349873347/ - CC:BY
      • Slide 4: “Need help with your research?” - olinlibref - http://www.flickr.com/photos/olinlibref/2084324847/ - CC:BY-NC-SA
      • Slide 5: “Open Access (storefront)” - Gideon Burton - http://www.flickr.com/photos/wakingtiger/3157622608/ - CC:BY-SA
      • Slide 7: “Archives' Stacks” - dolescum - http://www.flickr.com/photos/dolescum/3567689465/ - CC:BY-NC-SA
      • Slide 8: “Archive.org servers” - future15pic - http://www.flickr.com/photos/future15/2036935569/ - CC:BY-NC-ND
      • Slide 9: “espresso book machine” - fabi_k - http://www.flickr.com/photos/fabi_k/3002298069/ - CC:BY-NC-SA
      • Slide 10: “Espresso Book Machine” - sukisuki - http://www.flickr.com/photos/sukisuki/2890532955/ - CC:BY-NC-SA
      • Slide 11: “Edited Version of First Book” - TheCreativePenn - http://www.flickr.com/photos/38314728@N08/3997687488/ - CC:BY