These are the things we’ve agreed to do – DOL Disclaimer on all work developed with grant funds Conduct a 3 rd Party Curriculum Review with SMEs All work developed with grant funds will be licensed to the public with a Creative Commons license Looking for this - to meet your TAACCCT OER Mandate?
Priorities for today’s discussion: I.Marking grant-funded materials with a Creative Commons (CC) License II.Uploading CC Licensed materials into SkillsCommons III.Using SkillsCommons to search for TAACCCT OER materials MoHealthWINs Complete by 6/30/15
I.Marking grant-funded materials with Creative Commons Licensing Applies to: Work developed with grant funds, or Work already CC Licensed and enhanced with grant funds, and Work delivered in grant-funded programs Does not Apply to: Copyrighted materials utilized in grant-funded programs
Creative Commons Licensing Creative Commons is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works that are available for others to build upon legally and to share. Web address: https://creativecommons.org/https://creativecommons.org/ Creative Commons support 6 different licenses Each Creative Commons license ensures licensors get the credit for their work as they deserve. TAACCCT grantees will use the CC BY license
CC BY Legally enables sharing, reuse and remix Users must attribute your work in the way you have specified License is added to your work to accomplish both Added to Microsoft Office Suite documents Interactive materials Webpages Video files
TIPs: It is best to stage your CC BY licensed documents: On a shared drive Have a Folder for each Program of Study Create a file structure naming convention to name your documents Place your documents in the appropriate folder as you go Communicate this structure to your team Example – File Naming Convention: College_Program Abbreviation_Course Abbreviation_Curriculum Item_Document Name STLCC_ITHD_IS130_Learning Activities_Hardware Fundamentals Assignment.docx
Adding a CC BY License to a document 1.Web address: https://creativecommons.org/https://creativecommons.org/ 2.Click Choose a License 3.This brings up the Chooser 4.In the box labeled “Help others attribute you!” Choose Offline in the “License mark” drop down 5.The “Non-digital works?” label appears in the box to the right The license language will appear in the dialog box 6.Copy/Paste the license language into your document Hit Enter to activate the license link 6 Easy Steps! STLCC Job Aid available! demo
The Creative Commons Chooser - document Select Offline Copy/Paste into document
The Creative Commons Chooser - webpage HTML Selected Copy/Paste into Webpage/Video
The webpage chooser creates the CC license machine-readable code that will be used by your technical support individual to update your web pages. The license language can also be edited using the chooser – in the “Help others attribute you!” section MoWINs Project Website by MCCA Grant Staff licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. 6 easy steps
II.Uploading CC BY materials into SkillsCommons Official Repository for TAACCCT OER MoWINs participated in early adoption of the application during the summer MHWs and MMWs are entered as Grant Programs Here’s the link: https://www.skillscommons.orghttps://www.skillscommons.org
Submissions are the items you place into SkillsCommons Recommend submissions at the Program level. These will match your college TAACCCT Product Inventory. (College Programs of Study) CareerOneStop-TAACCCT Finder for online view of your Inventory Individual level submissions are recommended for materials that will have more granular search capabilities Upload File(s) are Learning Resources and Program Support Materials that are attached to your submissions Processing submissions/uploads by program level will feel similar to our MHWs Weebly project Logins requested from your MoWINs OER Workgroup member Let’s demo a SkillsCommons TAACCCT Repository submissionSkillsCommons exits
TIPs: Item Status= Your Submission at the Program or Individual Item level Bitstreams= Uploaded materials within your submission (attachments) Metadata= Describes the data entered and is the information about the item content Recommend your submissions have: A very thoughtful Program Description Numerous, but very focused Subject Keywords Effective Subject Keywords will enable your colleagues across the country to more easily search and locate your program materials Uploaded materials with easy to read file names that follow your file structure naming convention Place your documents in the appropriate folder as you go Communicate this model or your model - to your team
You can do this! Additional Resources - SkillsCommons User Guides: Learning Resources Program Support Materials Both have: Appendix A – Taxonomy Appendix B – NAICs Codes Appendix C – SOC Codes Appendix D – CIP Codes Embargo Procedure SkillsCommons Screen CastScreen Cast Join the Google+ Community: OPEN for TAACCCTOPEN for TAACCCT Videos/Resource links on MCCA Website - Programmatic Documents: http://open4us.org/resources/ OER Course – SBCTCCreative Commons OPEN4usOLI CASTOER Research Hub
III.Searching for TAACCCT Materials in SkillsCommons Browse and Search without a Login Browse By Grant Project By Authors By Subjects By Industry By Material Type Search By Keywords Maximize results using “quotes”
To Do List - MoHealthWINs Teams: License and Upload, Get Finished! MoManufacturingWINs Teams: License and Upload, Comply As You Go! MoSTEMWINs Teams: Start Searching for Program Materials!
Resources: Picture on slide 4: State of MindState of Mind by Wang Shein is licensed under CC BYWang SheinCC BY Picture on slide 5: Changed Priorities Ahead SignChanged Priorities Ahead Sign by R/DV/RS is licensed under CC BYR/DV/RSCC BY Picture on slide 23: Question BoxQuestion Box by Raymond Bryson is licensed under CC BYRaymond BrysonCC BY This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.