Make the Most of Pandemic Teaching: Share Your Learning Objects with Open Licensing

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Have you created new teaching materials, such as lesson plans, video tutorials, assignments, question banks and more, in the transition to online learning? Do you wish you’d been able to find and reuse materials like these from colleagues? The OER Outreach Working Group is hosting a workshop to teach instructors how to utilize Creative Commons licensing to increase the reach and impact of your creations as well as find teaching materials with open licenses that you can use and adapt freely for your own class.

By the end of this workshop, participants will:

  • Understand the basics of copyright
  • Interpret and apply Creative Commons licenses on content belonging to others or of their own creation
  • Know where to deposit their openly-licensed materials and find others in repositories

The workshop is free and open to UT faculty, graduate students, and staff, but registration is required.

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The University of Texas at Austin
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The University of Texas at Austin

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