Presentation on theme: "Derek France, Mike Sanders, Alison Stokes and Katharine Welsh GEES Subject Centre Fieldwork and technology NTF and the Open Fieldwork Project 30 June 2011."— Presentation transcript:
Derek France, Mike Sanders, Alison Stokes and Katharine Welsh GEES Subject Centre Fieldwork and technology NTF and the Open Fieldwork Project 30 June 2011
Aims for the Session 1.Fieldwork and technology NTF 2.Fieldwork and technology case studies 3.Fieldwork Education Resource Collection (FERC) 4.Making educational resources more open
Open Fieldwork Project Open Educational Resources (OER) Project funding from JISC / HEA “Projects identifying, collecting and promoting collections of OER and other material around a common theme”
Fieldwork resources 1.Location-specific (e.g. virtual field trip) 2.Generic: a)Skills or techniques-based b)General information or guidance (e.g. safety briefings, good practice guides)
http://www.openfieldwork.org.uk/api/ Explore the FERC!
Creative Commons Can control whether: Attribution should be given or not Commercial use permitted or not To allow derivatives to be made or not The end user does not have to contact the owner It is NON-TRANSACTIONAL
Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/ A way of licensing your material so that you keep copyright but allow other people to copy and distribute your work on the conditions you specify as long as they give you credit
Creative Commons Go to www.flickr.com/www.flickr.com/ Search for “commercial jet” Pick an image and find the licence associated with it Can you find a way of only searching for images released under creative commons? When you have found an image can you find details of the CC licence it has been released under
Use of images in OER You’ve seen Flickr commons Have a look at the xpert attribution tool (you can Google “xpert attribution”): http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/xpert/attribution/ Search for “earthquake” and see what is returned
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