- OER@UCL: Open Educational Resources
- Lunchtime Webinar – Open Educational Resources (OER): Rights and Licensing Issues for Practitioners
- Lunchtime Webinar - Open Educational Resources and Accredited Programmes
- Workshop - Academic Developers Sharing Open Resources
- Lunchtime Webinar - Accrediting your HE teaching: gaining professional recognition
Lunchtime Webinar – Open Educational Resources (OER): Rights and Licensing Issues for Practitioners
17 June 2011
Date: Thursday 23 June 2011
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Do you want to "publish" your teaching materials as Open Educational Resources?
Do you advise teaching staff on rights and licensing?
This meeting considers OER development from a rights adviser’s perspective, including:
- Identifying IPR and other legal issues associated with the materials to be released
- Clearing permissions with third parties
- Licensing options and deciding how “open” your licensing will be
- Sources of help and support
- June Hedges (UCL, Head of UCL Library Services’ Teaching & Learning Support Section);
- Jane Secker (LSE, DELILA Project Director)
- Jane Hughes (UCL, CPD4HE Project Director)
How to attend
The webinar is open to anyone who is interested in the topic. To join the session, please use the following link:
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