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Remixing Licenses - Shared screen with speaker view
Shagun Kaur
19:40
This will also be recorded and this session will also be archived along with the slides.
Shagun Kaur
20:48
Licensing Part and Ii will be archived along with the slides and will be available by June 13th on our website. Link: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
Shagun Kaur
21:10
Link to today's slide deck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1TweXKbWBMyyETDCGHx-LSsaEZFcRCkqdkzurTmjjVGE/edit?usp=sharing
Roula Aoneh
21:41
Thank you Shagun!
Shagun Kaur
21:48
You are welcome
Shagun Kaur
23:57
Attribution will be:OER Recolored by Suzanne Wakim; licensed ??? is an adaptation of Global Open Educational Resources Logo by Jonathasmello licensed CC BY-SA
Shagun Kaur
26:42
Share Alike means that the new work will share the same license permissions as the original.
Ying Liu
27:03
Sorry. I voted no a few minutes ago, but can't figure out how to make that 'no
Ying Liu
27:14
how to make that 'no' go away
Shagun Kaur
27:30
@Ying, the otion is under reactions
Shagun Kaur
27:34
option:-)\
Roula Aoneh
27:56
no
Roula Aoneh
28:06
no
Ying Liu
28:41
Shagun I don't see that option?
Josh Franco
28:54
Same
Ying Liu
28:57
same
Josh Franco
28:58
BY-NC-SA*
HANAA ALKASSAS
28:58
same
Josh Franco
29:32
ND versions
HANAA ALKASSAS
29:37
cc by nd
Josh Franco
29:56
Non-Derivative
Shagun Kaur
33:11
This becomes very important when borrowing pieces of written work from other OER sources to incorporate into your book/chapter. You need to know what licenses mix with your final license.
Josh Franco
34:05
No
Ying Liu
35:51
CC BY SA
Josh Franco
35:57
BY-SA, BY-NC-SA
HANAA ALKASSAS
36:11
cc by sa/ cc by na sa
HANAA ALKASSAS
36:25
cc by NC sa nd
Josh Franco
36:44
Share Alike
Josh Franco
36:55
:::nods:::
Ying Liu
37:14
I did not realize SA is so strict
HANAA ALKASSAS
37:20
🤪
Shagun Kaur
37:50
And LOT OF OER in Humanities and Social Science is SA which makes remixes miserable
Ying Liu
38:27
That's a shame Shagun
Shagun Kaur
42:49
We have two license options for ASCCC OERI - CC BY and CC BY-NC unless it is a revise of an existing OER
Shagun Kaur
43:05
Here is a blog that is a good read- https://opencontent.org/blog/archives/347
Roula Aoneh
43:41
yes
Ying Liu
46:13
yes
Ying Liu
46:43
CC BY NC SA
HANAA ALKASSAS
46:48
cc by NC sa
Shagun Kaur
47:03
Cheat Code: When mixing two licenses the more restrictive one wins!
Josh Franco
47:05
SA = Always Sticks
Shagun Kaur
48:45
Option 1: Public DomainOption 2: CC BYOption 3: CC BY-SAOption 4: CC BY-NCOption 5: CC BY-NC-SAOption 6: CC BY-NDOption 7: CC BY-NC-ND
Josh Franco
49:02
Yes
Josh Franco
49:18
BY NC SA
HANAA ALKASSAS
49:19
5
HANAA ALKASSAS
49:44
cc by NC sa
Josh Franco
49:56
Nevermind, because of SA
Shagun Kaur
51:48
CC BY + CC BY -Sa = CC BY -SA
Shagun Kaur
56:40
This is life saver as you start to write your book/chapter. I strongly advise having this and/or the text only version (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jHLoqO9UWk52kEOFfaI5KdsH2hHzsR8gquyyF5KcLog/edit#heading=h.64xytpwrouyv) on your desk for handy reference. It ensures you do not have to lose time writing/remixing stuff that was done incorrectly.
Shagun Kaur
57:22
A blog advocating CC BY license: https://oaspa.org/why-cc-by/
Ying Liu
01:00:32
Josh, I think you should be looking at the CC BY-ND row, not column.
Josh Franco
01:03:15
Can't
Ying Liu
01:07:17
That is a trick question, but really good to know.
Josh Franco
01:16:06
Thank you.
Maysaa Toma
01:19:34
thank you, see you next week
Ying Liu
01:22:16
Thank you! Great discussions!
Josh Franco
01:22:16
Thank you for those insights