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2 Introduction to open access – Creative Commons licensing Where can I find free educational materials – Shared content sites – Creative Commons searches – Public Domains sources New from the library: Author Fund

3 Generally open access users have the right toread, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles without a fee or access restrictions From About DOAJ

4 There are six types of Creative Commons licenses All of these resources are FREE to use for educational use, as long as you cite

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6 Works where copyright has expired OR the work was immediately released into the public domain. US Government materials Creator chooses to release to public domain NOT Canadian Government and most provincial materials but ok to use as is

7 Tons of free educational resources Lots of topics More material being added daily Contribute to material being developed by professors worldwide The growth of MOOCs are contributing to this

8 Example: You are designing a new course on Shakespeare. What open access and public domain resources are available?

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10 – Assessments, outlines, even full courses

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13 Example: You are designing a new course on Shakespeare. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Assessments, outlines, even full courses – Course readings

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18 Example: You are designing a new course on Shakespeare. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Assessments, outlines, even full courses – Course readings – Images and maps

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20 Example: You are designing a new course on Shakespeare. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Assessments, outlines, even full courses – Course readings – Images and maps – Data visualizations

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22 Example: You are designing a new course on Shakespeare. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Assessments, outlines, even full courses – Course readings – Images and maps – Data visualizations – Music

23 Example: You are designing a new course on Physics. What open access and public domain resources are available?

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26 – Textbooks

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29 Example: You are designing a new course on Physics. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Textbooks – Scholarly resources

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31 Example: You are designing a new course on Physics. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Textbooks – Scholarly resources – Demonstrations and visualizations

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33 Example: You are designing a new course on Physics. What open access and public domain resources are available? – Textbooks – Scholarly resources – Demonstrations and visualizations – OEW Resources

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38 Example: You are looking for a case study to use in your course. What open access and freely available resources are available? – Business Cases

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41 Example: You are looking for a case study to use in your course. What open access and freely vailable resources are available? – Business Cases – Health Cases

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44 Seen as a citation only Can link to legal material on the web – to show it in class – to students – Paste link in Blackboard

45 Can use material you find on the Internet if: – No visible notice saying not to reuse for educational purposes or no licensing button – Using it for education – No technological protection – Legally posted

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47 The Library will check it for you! One Stop Course Reading Service Send syllabus to The library will copyright check your readings AND post them to Blackboard AND make PDFs accessible for AODA compliance

48 Make your research Open Access Funds one open access publication fee a year per faculty member Your work is added to online Ryerson Research Archive – Digital Commons


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