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Open Educational Resources (OER) Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Miguel Rother
37:19
The webinar will be available Monday on the ASCCC website here: https://asccc.org/directory/open-educational-resources-oer-task-force
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
44:22
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Rhea Hollis
44:28
Yep
cabagby
01:00:47
Typically the Library has textbooks for many classes on reserve for students to check out. Instructors are responsible for contacting publishers for copies.
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:04:47
Still with you…
Danielle Bejarano
01:04:53
Mighty fine
Cynthia Cordova
01:05:27
We’re listening -Cynthia at Palomar
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:22:45
I did an OER textbook for non-credit ESL Reading, but it is difficult to find OER for ESL. DO you have any resources for non-college or community college non-credit OER?
Cynthia Cordova
01:24:07
Could you center your screen to see your contact information?
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:24:25
Also, can we use the less than 10% rule of the Stanford Copyright Law for Education to include copyrighted material, such as a few pages of a novel, chapter, in a bound course book?
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:24:46
Thank you.
Cynthia Cordova
01:25:08
Thank you!
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:27:29
We can get clearance from the bookstore, but the “bound” course book is where it can be ?
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:28:09
The binding is differently than just distributing and makes it a different animals. There are iffier net rules.
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:29:09
THanks. Give us your email. Love to get the definitive answer. Thanks you.
Nancy Lorenz-Vega
01:29:24
Yes.
Dave Dillon
01:29:33
dave.dillon@gcccd.edu