Tag Archives: Creative Commons

This Week @gavirtual

Along with my return to TOOL, I hope to start writing a weekly post about my week of online teaching. The goal of these posts is to share what I had hoped to do during the week and what actually … Continue reading

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GAVS – Finding OER and CC Resources

In my “Open Educational Resources and Creative Commons” post, I discussed the importance of using Open Educational Resources and materials protected by Creative Commons. Below are just three examples of resources that I might use in a course. Image: http://livemag.co.za/wp-content/themes/livemag2014/timthumb.php?src=http://livemag.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/we-are-citizen-journalism.jpg&w=830&h=530Continue reading

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GAVS – Open Educational Resources and Creative Commons

Create 3.1.1. – Open Educational Resources and Creative Commons When building course content, virtual teachers should seek both Open Educational Resources and content licensed under Creative Commons. Open Educational Resources (OER) are openly licensed materials designed for educational purposes; they … Continue reading

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GAVS – Digital Rights and Responsibilities

Participate 4.1.1 Digital Rights and Responsibilities Many discussions revolve around how to keep people safe online, but we must also consider how to protect content. Members of a Digital Learning Community need to respect others’ work and adhere to laws … Continue reading

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