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Open Educational Resources Initiative (OERI) - Shared screen with speaker view
maggie frankel
19:22
yes!
Kristina French
19:25
yes
Anrey Bartoszynski
19:28
yes
shellyn aguirre
19:31
yes
Shagun Kaur
19:48
Hello Everyone. Welcome to the ASCCC weekly Friday webinar. Today's topic is OER Basics II. My name is Shagun Kaur. I am the ASCCC OERI Regional Lead, Area B. I will be manning the chat room and answering your questions while Suzanne Wakim is leading the discussion.
William Reyes
20:37
thanks
Shagun Kaur
24:55
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/
Amy Ward
25:02
Are there any Free/Fair use companies trying to mask themselves as OER? Anyone to look out for?
Andrew Park
26:25
There are open-access materials that most of us wouldn't consider OER (see: https://www.degruyter.com/dg/newsitem/59/de-gruyter-publiziert-smtliche-open-accessinhalte-unter-liberaler-creative-commonslizenz)
Shagun Kaur
26:34
Amy, This ia short look into it: https://www.copyright.gov/fair-use/more-info.html
Amy Ward
26:37
Thank you.
Shagun Kaur
27:35
Thank you for the link Andrew
Pat McClanahan
29:34
NC - can an author ask for contributions - I.E. for a specific use or cause??
Shagun Kaur
30:09
NC - can an author ask for contributions - I.E. for a specific use or cause??
Suzanne Wakim
30:17
The slides for today's presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1MK-e3ovm_uhAuyMkJm2lxTPCN-Y54hlxpHPxgHgdkEY/edit?usp=sharing
Andrew Park
32:29
CC license conditions always restrict licensees, not the licensor. The copyright owner can exercise their copyright (except for revoking any of the CC licenses).
Shagun Kaur
32:54
Yes Pat, The copyright owner can exercise their copyright
Shagun Kaur
33:20
So as Suzanne said...goign to the primary source is key
Vivian Baker
35:20
Does share alike mean that I have to post the revised work to the same location where I originally found it?
Shagun Kaur
35:35
No it means that your work will have the same license as the original work
Vivian Baker
35:54
ok thank you
Shagun Kaur
35:59
you are welcome
Andrew Park
38:14
And if you want commercial support (for math: MyOpenMath), there's close working relationship with Lumen.
Amy Ward
40:27
Can we use the Oregon resources in other states?
Pat McClanahan
40:29
Minnesota
Shagun Kaur
40:56
OpenOregon is a great resource for lot of non STEM courses
Shagun Kaur
41:19
Plus Lumen is open to workign with an OER textbook and buildign it for you
Shagun Kaur
43:04
As a Communication Studies instructor I like OpenOregon and the option of reaching to individual faculty that Suzanne is talking about especialy about accessiblity and ancillaries
Andrew Park
44:32
To clarify: Lumen OHM (https://ohm.lumenlearning.com/) and MyOpenMath (https://www.myopenmath.com/) run the same underlying software, and share most of problem banks (the MyOpenMath developer has close working relationship with Lumen's people). The biggest difference is, MyOpenMath is a free ... community resource, so any support you get is what others are willing to provide for free. With Lumen, you get technical support like you would expect with any other paid resource (but it's more affordable than, for example, Pearson Mastering would be).
Shagun Kaur
44:48
Thank you for that Andrew
Pat McClanahan
44:48
The thing I like about the Computer Science books and reviews - they have a dte reviewed...lets one know that instructors are recently (or not) using it
Shagun Kaur
45:11
Agreed Pat
Shagun Kaur
45:26
The slides for today's presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1MK-e3ovm_uhAuyMkJm2lxTPCN-Y54hlxpHPxgHgdkEY/edit?usp=sharing
Shagun Kaur
46:20
San Bernadino has done a great job with Humanties discipline
Shagun Kaur
47:38
Material type
Shagun Kaur
48:53
As long as the license is CC BY and SA
Shagun Kaur
49:30
If it is CC BY then yes for profit but not if it is CC BY NC
Andrew Park
49:40
Google "CC license compatibility"
Shagun Kaur
49:50
Yup:)
Shagun Kaur
51:05
https://pressbooks.bccampus.ca/facultyoertoolkit/chapter/combining-cc-licenses/ - BC Campus infor on combining licenses.
Amy Ward
53:52
I have a question about MyOpenMath if anyone has expertise?
Shagun Kaur
56:06
Also reachign out to Roy Shabazian
Taylor Cannon
57:01
Thank you Shagun Kaur. The combining lic link is a great resource.
Shagun Kaur
57:12
https://asccc.org/directory/open-educational-resources-oer-task-force
Amy Ward
57:48
Funny enough, Roy was my old Math professor.
Amy Ward
57:51
Thank you.
Shagun Kaur
58:01
March 8 - Using MyOpenMath to Support the Implementation of AB 705 and Transfer-level Courses - 9:30 am to 11:30 amHow great would it be to never worry about expired access codes or students lacking a textbook? Why not ensure students have what they need to succeed in math courses on day one? This session will cover transfer-level template courses on MyOpenMath, an online homework system for OER Math. At 10:45am, the presenters will describe the work that is underway for AB 705 implementation to provide students the support they need to succeed in courses that they may not be fully prepared for.
Shagun Kaur
58:51
Amy, we had one dedicated to math. Here is the recorded webinar: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/recording/play/F8hch4Oq5xv04AsayvegyR56tPZc8YBXd_TcvuSwn8FIJVb8cdWnEeUSMfpXfEIb?startTime=1540571420000
Shagun Kaur
59:19
And as I posted another one on March 8th
Taylor Cannon
01:01:51
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to address faculty concerns about "the quality" of OER resources? Or general faculty dissent against OER? Just looking for suggstions on helping to establish a campus culture of using OER resources? Any tips to get faculty buy-in?
Amy Ward
01:01:54
I plan to attend. Thank you. I will check out the recording as well.
Shagun Kaur
01:02:33
Our emails for all further conversations/questions:Suzanne Wakim - WakimSu@butte.eduShagun Kaur – kaurshagun@fhda.edu
Shagun Kaur
01:02:37
Happy to help
Shagun Kaur
01:05:25
https://www.asccc.org/content/will-it-fly-oer-and-articulation
Shagun Kaur
01:05:34
OER and Articulation: https://www.asccc.org/content/will-it-fly-oer-and-articulation
Taylor Cannon
01:06:00
Thanks Suzanne. That helps.
Taylor Cannon
01:06:15
I always appreciate the accreditation links too since our visit is upcoming.
Kristina French
01:06:35
I love the links that you provided to help us get started looking for resources! Thank you!
David Garza
01:07:05
Thanks Suzanne for the helpful links.
Shagun Kaur
01:07:44
Thsi is Mythbusting Open Educational Materials: https://www.asccc.org/content/mythbusting-open-educational-materials
Pat McClanahan
01:07:45
This has been a good presentation...the way you divided up the resources was a HUGE help - thank you...
Lisa Velarde
01:08:01
As a librarian, I've helped faculty search/locate OER. I just wanted to put that out there that folks may want to collaborate with their librarians. As you say, it can be very difficult and time-consuming to search and find OER on specific topics.
Lisa Velarde
01:09:16
You've been awesome - thanks a bunch, Suzanne.