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CCCOER Presents: Copyright and Open Licensing Panel

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No matter how long you’ve been an advocate of OER, you may sometimes feel like you need a (fun and nuanced) refresher on the nuts and bolts of “open.” This webinar will engage a panel of experts in a discussion ranging from the basics of copyright and Creative Commons licensing to the tough questions we inevitably encounter when working with open resources.
When: Wednesday, Sept 18, 12pm PT/ 3pm ET
Featured Speakers:

Anali Maughan Perry, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Arizona State University Library
Kelsey Smith, Open Educational Resource Librarian, West Hills College Lemoore
Jennryn Wetzler, Assistant Director of Open Education at Creative Commons

Moderator:
Matthew Bloom, Faculty-in-Residence OER Coordinator, Maricopa Community Colleges, and English Faculty and Open Educational Resources Committee Chair, Scottsdale Community College

Published in: Education
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CCCOER Presents: Copyright and Open Licensing Panel

  1. 1. Three statewide OER/Zero Textbook Cost Degree Initiatives Copyright and Licensing with OER September 18, 2019, 12:00 pm PST Welcome to Image: Copyright by Nick Youngson (CC-BY SA 3.0) Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0
  2. 2. Agenda ● Introductions ● CCCOER overview ● Creative Commons flash review ● Panel discussion ● Q & A ● Stay in the loop ● Licensing resources
  3. 3. Speakers Moderator: Matthew Bloom Scottsdale Community College Anali Maughan Perry Scholarly Communication Librarian, Arizona State University Library Kelsey Smith Open Educational Resource Librarian, West Hills College Lemoore Jennryn Wetzler Assistant Director of Open Education at Creative Commons
  4. 4. Introduce yourself in the chat window pixabay.com
  5. 5. ● Expand awareness & access to high-quality OER ● Support faculty choice & development ● Regional leadership for open education ● Improve student success CCCOER Mission
  6. 6. Membership 15 State-wide Memberships http://cccoer.org/Member New Members: San Jacinto College Texas Chippewa Valley Technical College Wisconsin Des Moines Area Community College Iowa Pima Community College Arizona East Los Angeles College California
  7. 7. The Creative Commons Licenses -- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/
  8. 8. The Sliding Scale of “Open” “Creative Commons License Spectrum” by Shaddim is licensed under CC BY 4.0; via Wikimedia Commons
  9. 9. Panel Discussion
  10. 10. What constitutes a "work"? A "collective work"? A "derivative work"?
  11. 11. Where do we draw the line between curation of works and the creation of a remix, or a derivative work?
  12. 12. Is it possible to apply a Creative Commons license to a work in which you are "fairly using" all rights reserved content? If so, what considerations are necessary?
  13. 13. Should we be remixing CC-licensed content with work made available under other open licenses, or even work that has been published with a nonstandard permission statement?
  14. 14. How do we draw the line between commercial and noncommercial use when working with bookstores or print-on-demand services? What about the use of NC content at for-profit institutions? At charter schools? When soliciting "donations"?
  15. 15. How have some colleges dealt with issues or conflicts related to intellectual property policies? Should faculty and staff be releasing their work under Creative Commons licenses when no explicit OER policy language exists at their institution?
  16. 16. What has been your most challenging / interesting experience working with open licenses? In other words, what experience sticks out to you from your time dealing with their nuances?
  17. 17. OER and Licensing Resources ● CCCOER.org ○ Under the “Learn” Tab: ■ Open Licenses: https://www.cccoer.org/learn/open-licensing/ ■ Helpful Resources: https://www.cccoer.org/learn/helpful-resources/ ● Best practices for attribution: https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Best_practices_for_attribution ● Building attributions: https://www.openwa.org/attrib-builder/ ● OER Starter Kit: https://iastate.pressbooks.pub/oerstarterkit/ ● Creative Commons License Compatability Chart: https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Wiki/cc_license_compatibility ● Creative Commons Licenses Game: https://plato.algonquincollege.com/ac-Library/OER/license- matching-activity/story_html5.html
  18. 18. Stay in the Loop ● Upcoming Conferences See our website under “Get-Involved” ● Join our Community Email ○ https://www.cccoer.org/community-email/ ● Read guest blog posts ○ https://www.cccoer.org Image: pixabay.com http://cccoer.org
  19. 19. Fall Webinar Series (12pm/3pm EST) Image: pixabay.com Aug 27 Who/What/Where/Why/How of CCCOER Sept 18 Copyright and Licensing with OER Oct 16 Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in OER Nov 13 OER Impact Research Dec 4 Conference Recap and Reflections: OpenEd and OE Global Descriptions & Registration: http://bit.ly/CCCOERfall2019 Archives: https://www.cccoer.org/webinar/
  20. 20. Questions? Contact Info: Lisa Young -- lisa.young@scottsdalecc.edu @suetash Sue Tashjian -- stashjian@necc.mass.edu @unatdaly -- unatdaly@oeconsortium.org @cccoer Liz Yata -- lizyata@oeconsortium.org Thank you!

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