Best practices for attribution – Creative Commons

Sourced through Scoop.it from: wiki.creativecommons.org

Know your TASL  … Title…. Author….Source …. Licence

See on Scoop.itOER and OEP

Creating and Combining OER Licences

I found this on Open Education Week last year – really useful stuff

Cable Green – Innovate 2014 The Business & Policy Case for OER

I really enjoyed watching this talk by the awesome Cable Green at Ohio State University …. ¬†well worth watching in full … am so looking forward to his keynote at OER15 in Cardiff !

Keynote speaker Dr. Cable Green, Director of Global Learning at Creative Commons, discusses Open Educational Resources

Creative Commons Licences and Turning a Resource into an OER !

Great video of explaining all about why Creative Commons Licences are a fab idea ….

… also worth checking out this really good summary of practical advice when it comes to actually attributing the OER …

Click to access attributingccmaterials.pdf

… and also …

European Commission endorses CC licenses as best practice for public sector content and data – Creative Commons

Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators. Today the European Commission released licensing recommendations to support the reuse of public sector information in Europe.

Source: creativecommons.org

How to introduce OER and Creative Commons in your School | Blog de Toni Soto

RT @Elizita: How to introduce OER and Creative Commons in your School http://t.co/nNJvC5JJae via @ToniSoto_Vigo

Source: www.tonisoto.com