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That's Mine! How to Cite, Modify, and Create OERs using Creative Commons
Open Educational Resource use is on the rise. Due to budget restraints and a general shift of sharing information, many institutions and creators are opening their creative works for other educators to freely use, modify, ...
Information Moshing: Open Educational Resources; What they are, Where they are, and What can we do with them.
Open Education Resources (OERs) are becoming more common throughout educational institutions; however, there is still a need for conversation and to promote the free resources that are available. OERs can be used as an ...
Helping Keep the Costs of Textbooks for Students Down: Two Approaches
Librarians at East Carolina University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro received a 2-year grant to support a combined alternative textbook project. This project engages in a two-pronged approach to reduce ...
Navigating 21st Century Digital Scholarship: Open Educational Resources (OERs), Creative Commons, Copyright and Library Vendor License
Digital scholarship issues are increasingly prevalent in today’s environment. We are faced with questions of how to protect our own works as well as others’ with responsible attribution and usage, sometimes involving a ...