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Unit 5 creative commons for librarians

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Unit 5 creative commons for librarians

  1. 1. Unit 5: Creative Commons for Librarians Marianne E. Giltrud, MSLS This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
  2. 2. What is Open Access and Why Is It Important  Open Access “Open System” of scholarly communication  Peter Suber states, “Open- access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.”  Takes full advantage of digital technologies, the web, and open licensing to provide free access to scholarship. Open Access logo; art designer at PLoS, modified by Wikipedia users Nina, Beao, and JakobVoss [CC0]
  3. 3. What is Open Access and Why Is It Important  Proprietary Publishers “Closed System” of scholarly communication  Copyright owned by publisher  Research is typically government sponsored using public funds to conduct the research.  Results are hidden behind a paywall, subscription database, or other technology. Web of Science-Source: http://wokinfo.com/nextgenwebofscience
  4. 4. Budapest Open Access Initiative  The Budapest Open Access Initiative, Open Access (OA) to research means free “availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of [research] articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself.” A logo celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Budapest Open Access Initiative. Located in Budapestí. Ceu Konferencia Központ. - Budapest, Kerepesi út 87, 1106 · http://ceucenter.hu CC BY 3.0
  5. 5. Open Access Model Components  Authors keep their copyright.  Zero embargo period.  Share the research data with the article.  Add a Creative Commons license to the research article that enables text and data mining (CC BY preferred but ND accepted)  Open access provides the public access to research funded by public funds. The number and proportion of open access articles split between Gold, Green, Hybrid, Bronze and closed access (from 1950 - 2016); Haustein, Stefanie; West, Jevin; Farley, Ashley; Norlander, Bree; Matthias, Lisa; Alperin, Juan Pablo; Larivière, Vincent; Priem, Jason; Piwowar, Heather - Haustein, Stefanie (2018-02-13); CC BY-SA 4.0
  6. 6. Open Access Options Gold OA  Making the final version of the manuscript freely available immediately upon publication by the publisher, typically by publishing in an Open Access journal and making the article available under an open license.  OA Gold Journal PLOS (Public Library of Science)  An index of DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Directory of Open Access Journals; Doajplus (CC BY SA 3.0 unported) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:DOAJ_logo.jpg Public Library of Science; (CC BY-SA 3.0); https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PLOS#/media/File:PLOS_logo_2012.svg
  7. 7. Open Access and How Open Is It? A Guide for Evaluating the Openness of Journals
  8. 8. Open Educational Resources (OER)  Open education is an idea and community that allows for free, open, effective learning materials worldwide with free access.  Open Educational Resources (OER) are education materials that are shared at no cost with legal permissions for the public to freely use, share, and build upon the content. UNESCO Global Open Educational Resources Logo ; Jonathasmello ; CC BY 3.0
  9. 9. Open Educational Resources (OER) Why OER?  Education resources are (mostly) born digital  The internet makes it simple for the public to share digital content  Creative Commons licenses make it simple and legal to retain copyright and legally share education resources with the world.  Replaces proprietary content
  10. 10. What is the Relationship between OA and OER? OA Scholarly Research  Open access materials may be used in creating OER because they are freely available for use.  Authors can place open access manuscripts in an institutional repository or open access journal/book that are freely available for use.  The Authors Alliance Resources helps authors understand various aspects of authors that can be applied when publishing materials.  When authors/creators create content they use the Scholar's Copyright Addendum Engine to help them generate a PDF form to attach to a journal publisher's copyright agreement to ensure that the certain rights are retained. Licenses used by gold and hybrid OA journals in DOAJ; https://doaj.org/faq#alldata; CC BY 4.0
  11. 11. What is the Relationship between OA and OER? OER Learning Materials  Open Educational Resources are educational and learning materials that are shared without legal permission for the public to freely use, share, and build upon the content.  OER are born digital; shared via the internet; and Creative Commons Licenses are simple, legal ways to retain copyright at the same time share them with the world. Source: Step One: What Are OER, Why Are They Important, and What are the ...
  12. 12. Open Content in Open Educational Resources
  13. 13. Why is Open Access Important For Faculty and Students?  Open access is important to student because scholarly research is made freely available for their research needs without paywalls, or technological barriers or limitations.  The research freely available to students is current, relevant, and rigorous.  Open access is crucial to progress and the advancement of knowledge and the students future.  Faculty can find state of the art and cutting edge research to use in their courses.  Faculty retain the copyright and determines if their research is openly available.  Faculty can promote an open access policy on their campus.
  14. 14. Why OER for Students and Faculty? Students and faculty benefit with Open Educational Resources David Wiley. Slide. CC BY 4.0 ...
  15. 15. Why Are Open Educational Resources Important For Faculty And Students?  Students have access to learning materials as soon as they start the class and saves the student the cost of a textbook.  The learning resources are freely available to students without technological barriers or limitations.  The learning materials are relevant, current, state of the art, and high quality to meet the course learning objectives.  Faculty are able to adapt, adopt, or create learning materials that meet the learning outcomes as well as one that matches their teaching style.  Faculty can advance their course materials by utilizing a wide cadre of open educational resources from a wide variety of sources including MIT; Yale U.; Rice U., Harvard U., and more.
  16. 16. References Authors Alliance Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from https://www.authorsalliance.org/resources/ Budapest Open Access Initiative. (2017, February 14). Retrieved August 5, 2019, from https://www.budapestopenaccessinitiative.org/boai15-1. Directory of Open Access Journals. (2019). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Directory of Open Access Journals website: https://doaj.org/ HowOpenIsit? A guide for evaluating the openness of journals. (2017, January 01). Retrieved August 5, 2019, from https://sparcopen.org/our-work/howopenisit/ MIT Open Courseware . (2001, 2019). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology website: https://oyc.yale.edu/courses OER Commons . (2007, 2019). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from OER Commons website: https://www.oercommons.org/browse?f.provider=harvard-university Open Stax . (1999, 2019). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Open Stax website: https://openstax.org/ PLOS. (n.d.). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Public Library Of Science website: https://www.plos.org/ Scholar’s copyright addendum engine. (n.d.). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Scholar’s Copyright Addendum Engine website: https://labs.creativecommons.org/scholars/ Scholar’s copyright addendum engine. (n.d.). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Scholar’s Copyright Addendum Engine website: https://labs.creativecommons.org/scholars/ Suber, P. (2015, December 5). Open Access. Retrieved August 5, 2019, from http://bit.ly/oa-overview. Yale Open Courses . (2019). Retrieved August 7, 2019, from Yale Open Courses website: https://oyc.yale.edu/courses

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