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  • “A license is a document that specifies what can and cannot be done with a work (whether sound, text, image or multimedia). It grants permissions and states restrictions…Openly licensed works are hence free to be shared, improved and built upon! The exact permissions granted depend on the full text of the open license that is applied.”Source: Guide To Open Licensing, http://opendefinition.org/guide/#sthash.DOPbdGKu.dpuf
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  • Open ACCESS: “Open policies embrace the concept that all publicly funded education and research resources should be openly licensed resources.”
  • CostFor 1500 students, “The Bottom Line: With open textbooks you'll save $72106 over the 7 years.”-Saving Money with Open Textbooks http://openedgroup.org/calculator/index.html2.Sharing“Faculty can exchange material and draw on resources from all around the world. Researchers can share data and develop new networks. Teachers can find new ways to help students learn. People can connect with others they wouldn’t otherwise meet to share information and ideas. Materials can be translated, mixed together, broken apart and openly shared again, increasing access and inviting fresh approaches. Anyone can access educational materials, scholarly articles, and supportive learning communities anytime they want to. Education is available, accessible, modifiable and free.” from Why is Education important http://www.openeducationweek.org/about-open-education/3. Editable: You may revise the content to suit your learner, your environment, and your scope.4.Reuse: You may reuse to save time and money.
  • Oer for recording arts and music industry revised

    1. 1. OER for the Recording Arts and Music Industry Educator Workshop by Fallon Stillman 2013
    2. 2. What is an Open Educational Resource? – ”Teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others. – Can include “full courses, course materials, modules, textbooks, streaming videos, tests, software, and any other tools, materials, or techniques used to support access to knowledge.” • Taken fromTheWilliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation
    3. 3. What makes an educational resource an OER? • Must comply with one of the four Rs: – Reuse – Revise – Remix – Redistribute • Image taken from https://s3.amazonaws.com/easel.ly/all_eas els/15410/4RFRAMEWORK/image.jpg
    4. 4. What makes an educational resource an OER? • Reuse: – the right to reuse the content in its unaltered/verbatim form (e.g., make a backup copy of the content) Original Image Reused Image
    5. 5. What makes an educational resource an OER? • Revise: – the right to adapt, adjust, modify, or alter the content itself (e.g., translate the content into another language) Original Image Revised Image
    6. 6. What makes an educational resource an OER? • Remix: – the right to combine the original or revised content with other content to create something new (e.g., incorporate the content into a mashup) Original Image Remixed Image
    7. 7. What makes an educational resource an OER? • Redistribute: – the right to share copies of the original content, your revisions, or your remixes with others (e.g., give a copy of the content to a friend) Original Image Redistributed Image
    8. 8. What is Open Courseware? • Free and open digital publication of post-secondary educational materials organized as courses • Typically contains course planning materials and evaluation tools, thematic content, free, and openly licensed • accessible to anyone, anytime via the internet – Taken directly from MIT
    9. 9. Let’s take a look at a basic introduction into OER’s • OERVideo BY Laura Rachfalski – https://vimeo.com/43437812
    10. 10. How do we decide what’s open? • Open Licensing – A document that grants permission exercise the 4R’s – Creative Commons Licensing – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeTlXtEOplA&feature=player_embedded
    11. 11. Types of CC Licensing • Attribution – CC BY • Attribution-NoDerivs – CC BY-ND • Attribution-ShareAlike – CC BY-SA • Attribution-NonCommercial – CC BY-NC • Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike – CC BY-NC-SA • Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs – CC BY-NC-ND
    12. 12. How can you locate OER’s? • Google Search Engine – Advanced Search – Select Usage Rights – Select Free to Use, Share, Modify http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJI9RShrxr4&feature=p layer_embedded
    13. 13. Why use OERs in music industry and recording arts? • Education is sharing – We already use it… • Code Academy • Online instruction for recording equipment • OpenTeaching – Blogging – Syllabi posting – Social media • OpenAccess – BuyOne, Get One • Image taken from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azx8EtB8M3 A
    14. 14. OER: Open Courseware Example • Music andTechnology: RecordingTechniques and Audio Production • Description • Assignments • Syllabus • Lecture Notes http://bit.ly/1a4O5VK
    15. 15. OER For Music Industry • OER Commons: Sound Lessons – http://bit.ly/181Fl1P • OER Commons: Music Business – http://bit.ly/15pWmT7 • OER Commons: Microphone – http://bit.ly/14WZhQW • MIT OCW: Sound – http://bit.ly/14WYWxG • MIT OCW: Music Business – http://bit.ly/10I22pG • MIT OCW: Recording Arts – http://bit.ly/10I22pG • CONNEXIONS: Sound Recording – http://bit.ly/182PrD8
    16. 16. Let’s review the benefits to using OERs and Open Courseware… • Benefits – Cost (textbooks/materials) – Sharing (ideas spread faster) – Editable – Reusable
    17. 17. Sources and Resources • TheWilliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Retrieved from http://www.hewlett.org/programs/education-program/open-educational-resources • Creative Commons. Retrieved from http://creativecommons.org • https://s3.amazonaws.com/easel.ly/all_easels/15410/4RFRAMEWORK/image.jpg • R685 ClassGoogle Doc. (2013) Open Education and OER for Preservice Teachers. Retrieved fromhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/19E_rFWJmLKOPw9WmMhhCyNHNydBldu4j32B5_o7bw7A/e dit • Shure UK. (2010). Shure Microphone Comparison -Wired. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azx8EtB8M3A • Guide to Open Licensing. Retrieved from http://opendefinition.org/guide/#sthash.DOPbdGKu.dpuf • TheOpen EducationGroup. Saving Money with OpenTextbooks. Retrieved from http://openedgroup.org/calculator/index.html