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Where did that come from? Ownership and Attributions in OER - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennryn Wetzler
01:33:52
My pleasure!
Jennryn Wetzler
01:40:40
Hi to the CC Certificate graduates and participants here in the webinar! Just scrolling through the name list here and recognize some of you!
Jennryn Wetzler
01:43:12
It’s a great idea!
Michelle Oja
01:49:18
How did Dave know what the License was for the TED Talk? Did he just figure it out, or was it listed somewhere?
Jennryn Wetzler
01:50:16
https://www.ted.com/about/our-organization/our-policies-terms/ted-com-terms-of-use#h2--copyright-issues-and-licenses
Tamar Khajadourian
01:51:41
No
Jennryn Wetzler
01:51:45
Nope! Needs a source. Also would be better with links to the title and author.
Shelley Barnes
01:51:49
no
Dena Martin
01:51:51
No
Nicole Major
01:51:56
No
Michelle Oja
01:52:04
Yes? As long as "Attribution" is a placeholder. It has TASL...
Brooke Ramos
01:52:08
No
Marc Skuster
02:00:07
This question relates to the slide prior to "Is this a proper attribution?" Am I correct that the two images listed separately in the attributions notice were carried over from the attributed original? If so, was separate attribution of the images necessary? Doesn't attributing the original apply to all of its components (including images)?
Marc Skuster
02:04:01
Nope.
Christy Douglass
02:06:39
This webinar is making me rethink everything I knew about CC. Can you quote a copyrighted text in an open textbook?
Christy Douglass
02:09:10
So if you cite copyrighted work in an open text you would have a citations and attributions? If so, what would that look like?
Jennryn Wetzler
02:10:32
https://www.copyright.gov/fair-use/fair-index.html
Nicole Major
02:10:32
Thank you!
David Garza
02:10:49
Thank you Jennryn and Dave.
Dena Martin
02:11:05
Thank you!
Jennryn Wetzler
02:11:13
Thank you all!
Shelley Barnes
02:11:31
Thank you!
Jennryn Wetzler
02:11:54
https://fairuse.stanford.edu/primary_materials/cases/GrahamKindersley.pdf