Open.Michigan OCWC Global2009 Presentation

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A presentation on the development of a visual guidebook to be used by Open.Michigan dScribe team to assess content within materials to be published and shared as OER.

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  • Open.Michigan OCWC Global2009 Presentation

    1. 1. A Visual Guide to Content Analysis / april 2009 Garin Fons Pieter Kleymeer / OCWC Global http://open.umich.edu open.michigan@umich.edu Except where otherwise noted, this work is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Copyright © 2009 The Regents of the University of Michigan
    2. 2. a student driven do-it-yourself and distributed method of generating OER a U-M developed software used to manage the process of generating OER
    3. 3. have a look current practice copyright 106 our practice the visual guide considerations / questions
    4. 4. Carbohydrates
    5. 5. B2-adrenergic receptor ligands
    6. 6. CT MRI
    7. 7. have a look current practice copyright 106 our practice the visual guide considerations / questions
    8. 8. How we look at content varies
    9. 9. How we look at content varies use it! lose it! conservative progressive
    10. 10. How we look at content varies i don’t know use it! lose it! conservative progressive
    11. 11. typical content analysis Step 1 : Who holds the copyright to this? Step 2 : Do we have permission to use it? - If yes, use according to terms - If no, seek permission from holder, replace it with licensed content, remove content
    12. 12. what it boils down to / risk management / legality
    13. 13. new question Does this content have enough expression to merit copyright protection?
    14. 14. have a look current practice copyright 106 our practice the visual guide considerations / questions
    15. 15. finish this statement: The purpose of U.S. copyright law is to: a) reward authors for their creative efforts b) provide an economic incentive to write & publish c) advance public learning d) provide legal remedies for infringement
    16. 16. finish this statement: The purpose of U.S. copyright law is to: a) reward authors for their creative efforts b) provide an economic incentive to write & publish c) advance public learning d) provide legal remedies for infringement
    17. 17. purpose of copyright comes from the constitution To promote the progress of the science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries; - U.S. Constitution Article 1 §8 clause 8 modified from slides by Jack Bernard
    18. 18. Means Ends reward authors promote progress provide incentive provide legal remedies modified from slides by Jack Bernard
    19. 19. basic premise Not all interesting, valuable, academically brilliant, novel, or fascinating content objects are protected by U.S. copyright law.
    20. 20. basic premise Not all interesting, valuable, academically brilliant, novel, or fascinating content objects are protected by U.S. copyright law. Copyright law does not limit our use of elements of workproduct not protected by copyright law. Indeed, copyright law encourages such use.
    21. 21. U.S. copyright law does not apply to: - Facts - Information - Data - Statistics - Obvious means of selecting, arranging, and organizing facts, data and information - alphabetical, geographical, order of importance or relevance, natural sequence (time, seasonal)
    22. 22. U.S. copyright law does not apply to: - Opinions - Ideas - Concepts - Principles - Theories - Hypothesis - Algorithms - Recipes - Descriptions and Representations of a process, procedure, function, system, method of operation
    23. 23. U.S. copyright law does not apply to: - Citations - References - Quotations - Brief excerpts - Works created by an employee of the federal government as part of official duties
    24. 24. have a look current practice copyright 106 our practice the visual guide considerations / questions
    25. 25. our practice Using case law we can cut the subjective gray area of content analysis down to what the law suggests it might be. subjective objective
    26. 26. faculty & dScribe2 dScribe attends faculty & dScribe2 connect: license training course led recruit dScribe material as OER by dScribe2 publish dScribe to OER site Publishing faculty transfers course material to dScribe Process Class #1 Agenda: Class #1 Agenda: roles dScribe identifies faculty reviews & documents material: publish potential IP issues to U-M OER site dScribe clear IP Class #1 Agenda: dScribe2 dScribe makes OER team reviews & necessary edits to clears IP issues course material instructor BY: Garin Fons, Pieter Kleymeer characters by Ryan Junell
    27. 27. dScribe cast of characters dScribe Faculty dScribe2
    28. 28. license material
    29. 29. license material That’s easy!
    30. 30. select a dScribe Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for this course
    31. 31. select a dScribe I’ll do it! Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for this course
    32. 32. dScribe training course
    33. 33. dScribe training course decision trees open resources fun! copyright
    34. 34. transfer material Class #1 Agenda:
    35. 35. transfer material Class #1 Agenda:
    36. 36. vet material Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for open.michigan Class #1 Agenda:
    37. 37. vet material OERca: Content & Decision Management Software Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for open.michigan Class #1 Agenda:
    38. 38. review material Content Processing Class #1 Agenda:
    39. 39. review material OERca: Content & Decision Management Software Content Processing Where does this image come from? Class #1 Agenda:
    40. 40. edit material Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for open.michigan
    41. 41. edit material Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for open.michigan
    42. 42. final review Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for open.michigan
    43. 43. final review Looks Class #1 Agenda: find dScribe for open.michigan good!
    44. 44. publication open.michigan Class #1 Agenda:
    45. 45. have a look current practice copyright 106 our practice the visual guide considerations / questions
    46. 46. the visual guide three components: - A Tutorial :: provide non-lawyers with a basic understanding of copyright. - A List :: use case law to identify and explain why some content may not be covered by copyright. - A Mash Up :: compare potentially copyrighted content to reduce the grey area.
    47. 47. basic premise this is not an automated lawyer! this is not a substitute for thinking! this will develop one’s thinking about copyright. this will grow stronger with more content.
    48. 48. the visual guide - what’s next - Synthesize :: our workflow and the product of the law class - Pilot :: for this summer’s M1/M2 medical content - Collaborate :: with others who use similar analyses
    49. 49. have a look current practice copyright 106 our practice the visual guide considerations / questions
    50. 50. considerations - this is an intermediate step on to producing OER without closed third party content. - this is not legal advice
    51. 51. considerations - burden on the end user to make decisions and distinctions about content, to have to think about copyright within their jurisdiction. - liability associated with downstream use and distribution
    52. 52. considerations - need to do more research regarding international jurisdiction. - learn about practices within other institutions and how you deal with third party content.
    53. 53. Garin Fons Pieter Kleymeer http://open.umich.edu open.michigan@umich.edu
    54. 54. We were made BY Ryan Junell

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