Entries tagged with "copyright"

Copyright for Educators

Copyright for Educators

Fri, October 18, 2013; 11:06:00 am

Working online we are surrounded by imaginative and creative content but as educators we need to be aware of what we can legally use or share in the digital environment. Copyright in a general sense is something we are all familiar with but in the... [read the full entry]

Creating Content for the Ematrix

Creating Content for the Ematrix

Tue, July 09, 2013; 4:58:00 am

General Principles If you're intending to write some content for the Ematrix, please read the guidelines below to get the most out of the site. We've put together a few tips to help the process, and at the same time encourage best practice... [read the full entry]

Finding Open Educational Resources (OER)

Finding Open Educational Resources (OER)

Wed, June 12, 2013; 14:55:25 pm

Finding OERs Perhaps you want to liven up something you're a bit bored of teaching with some video, or use an animation somebody else has created, or adapt a lesson plan created by another lecturer in a different university? Maybe you want... [read the full entry]

Creative Commons Licensing

Creative Commons Licensing

Mon, June 10, 2013; 13:43:29 pm

What is Creative Commons? It is increasingly common to see online content such as images, videos, documents, audio files,  blog posts and more appearing with a little CC symbol. Creative Commons is the name of a non-profit organisation... [read the full entry]

‘Openness’ in education

‘Openness’ in education

Fri, June 07, 2013; 12:58:00 pm

What do we mean by 'open'? You might have heard or read recently about Open education, perhaps in relation to Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Open Educational Resources (OER), the Academic Spring, Open Data or open source software... [read the full entry]

Safe Social Webinar

Safe Social Webinar

Fri, May 17, 2013; 10:54:44 am

20 minutes on social media best practice The video is a 20 minute general chat about issues relating to the use of social media in a work context, specifically a university, but the general principles could be applied to most work situations.... [read the full entry]

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