This is the RedFeather poster for OER13
|Creator:||Matt R Taylor|
|Updated:||25 March 2013 13:10:48|
The goal of a micro-repository like RedFeather is both to enable small-scale contributors to easily join the OER community, and to act as a intermediate step for larger contributors beginning a collection, or requiring a temporary home for their resources while a more substantial repository is developed. Our hope is that by lowering the barriers to participation, RedFeather can help the OER community to take advantage of the long tail of small to mediumsized content creators.
|Creators:||Matt R Taylor|
|Updated:||26 February 2013 11:21:12|
Engineers have a tendency to make extremely boring presentations. Avoid embarrassment using this informative and humorous guide!
Mark L. Chang
|Updated:||13 November 2012 05:32:27|
Creative Commons provides free, easy-to-use legal tools that give everyone from individual “user generated content” creators to major companies and institutions a simple, standardized way to pre-clear usage rights to creative work they own the copyright to. CC licenses let people easily change their copyright terms from the default of “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.”
If you’ve created something and want people to know that you’re happy to have them share, use, and build upon your work, you should consider publishing under a Creative Commons license. CC’s legal infrastructure gives you flexibility (for example, you can choose to only pre-clear noncommercial uses) and protects the people who use your work (so that they don’t have to worry about copyright infringement, as long as they abide by the terms you have specified).
This document is intended to help you under the licences available.
|Updated:||19 November 2010 01:57:59|
This is a scientific diagram illustrating the cuteness of juvenile felines. It shows one such specimen basking in the warm midday sun to rejuvenate it's stamina before a long afternoon of purring and rubbing against people's legs.
|Updated:||12 July 2012 05:17:47|
This image is an pictorial representation of the topic discussed by the Blended Learning Panel at #oucel12. The themes were: Defining Blended Learning; Administrative Challenges; Sustainability Issues; Blended Learning and Larger Cultural Context.
|Updated:||03 August 2012 15:54:42|