This text provides links to up-to-date resources on how to properly attribute OER within your own creations, as well as how to create your own attribution to include in your materials as a helpful guide to others.
A guide for educators who are developing full lessons on #GoOpenVA (Nebraska uses the same platform as #GoOpenVA does, so the instructions are the same).
This playbook includes resources created, curated, and adapted by the ITSs and LMSs at Ocean Lakes High School to support virtual, concurrent, and hybrid learning. Use this playbook to find resources and strategies to make lessons more interactive and engaging, streamline workflow, and foster a sense of community in your classroom. ✍Note to Reader - Due to restricted sharing permissions, some linked resources may not be accessible to individuals outside of the VBCPS school division. All linked resources were publicly & freely shared; paid resources have not been included in the Playbook. Efforts have been made to retroactively include attributions for authors for original content & derivatives.
Designed for curators at Virginia's own GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums), this presentation introduces OER (openly-licensed resources) and #GoOpenVA.
This screencast covers your initial input of a resource into the Open Author online editor. Part II covers the process of publishing, including adding metadata.
This screencast goes over how to add metadata to your resource before you publish it on #GoOpenVA. There are many choices you have to make and you may want to look over the choices ahead of time. See the Metadata Planning Document: https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/413/overview This is Part II of 2 videos that help you learn how to use Open Author to add resources on #GoOpenVA. Part I is here https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/431/overview
We can’t expect our students to be engaged or do their best if we haven’t created an environment where students feel: safe to try, fail & try again, supported,encouraged, their opinions & ideas matter, they have a voice & choices in how they learn.
This is a professional learning OER activity developed using Google Sites and various Google Forms and Docs. The facilitator should be sure to set up the site with their own forms, etc... The objectives for the staff are:Understand the basics of copyright lawUnderstand fair use guidelinesIdentify the types of CC licenses and termsUnderstand the benefits of Open AccessUnderstand the benefits of Open Educational Resources
This is a set of Google Slides or PowerPoint slides intended to facilitate presenters who are developing presentations and want to share those slides with an open license. Each slide offers information about creative commons as well as a footer that can be copied, edited, and used to indicate the presenters willingness to share their work as OER.
This webinar with an update on IT/Infrastructure developments was not recorded but the PowerPoint Presentation from Susan Clair is.
This screencast demonstrates the process for editing resources that you have started or even published on #GoOpenVA. The video is slightly less than 2 minutes.