Tag Archives: creative commons

How to Close a Commons with an Open License

There are some interesting paradoxes that arise from alternatives to copyright. I have seen a big push to license articles and textbooks with a CC-by license (free to use if you attribute the author) and to avoid the CC-by-nc (free … Continue reading

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Notes From an Open Licensing Playbook

I was at a great webinar today sponsored by CCCOER called “Open Licensing Playbook” and presented by Quill West and Cable Green and hosted by Una Daly of CCCOER. “Open licensing of instructional materials such as textbooks, videos, and other related resources … Continue reading

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Free CC0 Videos – Pexels Videos

Video can be an important component in online courses. Even though our lectures and demonstration videos may seem sufficient, getting other supplemental resources in to a class can help students learn as supplemental content can provide information from a different … Continue reading

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Open Pedagogy at Tacoma Community College

Using Open Pedagogy to Reduce Social Learning Barriers for Students in the Global Discovery Program Christie Fierro Open Education Coordinator and Instructional Designer Tacoma Community College   For the last 5 years, student groups have been coming over from the … Continue reading

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Larry Lessig at #OpenEd14

These are some brief notes about this mornings keynote at Open Education 2014. I was a bit relieved here. My nightmare is that one day I will show up at OpenEd and it will have been completely taken over by … Continue reading

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