Category OER

JISC Inform Issue 36

There’s an email lurking in my inbox about the Spring edition of JISC Inform. It contains three recommended options for what to read. If you have 5 minutes – top tips and hot picks. 20 mins – interviews and advice articles. 30 mins – browse our horizon scanning articles. I’ll give it 30 and try to take […]

Attribution on OER images

A few posts ago  – http://wp.me/p23y4Q-5f – I wrote… Where to put the attribution. Some attributions seem quite long and I, and many academics in the institution where I work, are loath to include the information next to the resource.  What I really want to know is whether I should put the attribution beneath an image or […]

OERs – Part 2 – Presentations

This is the second post in a series in which I test whether CCSearch can find me Open Educational Resources and whether OpenAttribute makes it easier to provide the attribution. The overall test involves finding the following materials. An image of a British car factory – preferably in the 21st century. A presentation about the decline of the British car industry […]

OERs – Part 1 images. Confused over Attribution

Open Educational Resources. This is the topic of this week’s OLDS MOOC. I’m fairly familiar with OERs and my experience to date is as follows: I’m all for using and re-purposing existing resources whenever possible instead of wasting time and money reinventing the wheel.   I’m bad at being bothered to license my own materials though have been trying to do so lately. Some of […]

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