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.
This screencast covers your initial input of a resource into the Open Author online editor. Parts II (https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/433) and III (https://goopenva.org/courseware/lesson/4207/overview )cover the process of publishing, including adding metadata.
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.
Anyone who is customizing resources, or remixing as it is often called, should read these rules and notes to ensure they do the correct things when remixing. Following these rules will make your customized resources much more usable for other educators, and that is what #GoOpenVA is all about!. And the various notes probably answer questions that have already occured to you, so definitely read them all.
Podcasting is a dynamic way to use your smarts and creativity to tell stories about compelling subjects. This handbook provides instruction and tools to produce your own podcast — whether you are a professional in journalism, the arts, sciences, business or law, an activist or just someone who has a story to tell. The tools discussed are focused on keeping costs low for entry-level podcasters and designed to help anyone who wants to record, edit and distribute podcasts.
When you are customizing, or remixing, you need to understand the differences between two types of resources on #GoOpenVA. One is a resource that is located on a different site; the other is a resource that has been loaded on to #GoOpenVA using Open Author. This 1:45 minute video explains the two types.
This document provides explanations and instructions (with screenshots) for using the various functions on the Open Author editor toolbar. A downloadable Word document is also included.