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>> One of the most powerful advantages of
the Internet is having access to a wide range of
information resources. >> You can easily share these resources or
create your own for students to enrich their
learning experience. >> You might even consider having your
students create online resources for their peers as part of an authentic
learning strategy in your class. >> Whichever path you may take to using
online resources, you should make sure that you support your
students in developing the information literacy skills they need
to help them make informed decisions about how to choose
relevant resources for their learning. >> Online resources can be held in
scholarly databases, libraries, or be found on the open web, such as open
educational resources. >> There are many different types of online resources, including websites,
audio and video podcasts, PDF documents, eBooks, interactive learning objects and even
curriculum plans. There are many benefits that using online resources can bring to teaching and
learning. There are many resources from credible
institutions, public commentators, organisations, and
news media available online. They give students an opportunity to
access expert commentary on topics and to contextualise their learning
through analysis of different sources of
information. As a teacher, you don't have to reinvent
the wheel by creating resources by yourself
that already exist. You can bring the knowledge of others into you class, and concentrate on facilitating
active learning strategies. Such as discussions and analysis of the
material. If you have created an online resource for
a certain topic, you may wish to share this openly with others by making it available under a Creative
Commons license. You will find more information about this
in the course materials. Integrating activities into your
curriculum where students find and assess online resources on a
particular topic can be a good way to engage them in the class content, and build their digital
literacy skills. If resources for your class are online,
students can always access them at any time when they
are needed. >> Before we get excited and start using online resources from many different
places, it's important to remember, just because
something is online does not mean it's free to use. >> Any resources that you find online are usually protected by some sort of
copyright. Or are able to be used under a Creative
Commons license. >> Copyright is more restrictive and it
protects the moral rights of the creator of the work prohibiting, in most cases, copying or reusing the work without
expressed permission. >> There are often less stringent policies in place for educational use of
copyrighted materials. But you will need to check with your own
institution before using them. >> Creative Commons, on the other hand,
allows sharing and sometimes remixing of work, in accordance
with the various licenses. >> Most open educational resources are
released under a Creative Commons license, allowing you to use them
freely in your class. >> It's important that both you and your
students understand how copyright and Creative Commons relate to
the resources you find online. Before you use any online resources, you
should think about the following: speak to experts at your institution about policies and practices surrounding
copyright. Many resources include terms of use, which
state which copyright or Creative Commons rules apply, and if
material can be legally reused. Using resources that infringe on copyright
can result in teachers being held personally
responsible. So, to be sure to check your institution's
own copyright policy. If you're unsure of the copyright status
of an online resource, it's best to provide a link to the original rather than embedding, downloading, or reusing
the material. And make sure that any resources you use
or provide links to do not contain material that
already infringes copyright law. If you use these resources, you're
breaking the law yourself. If in doubt, don't use it. Most of this video discussed the legal implications of using online resources,
but it's important to remember that we're trying to
help you be cautious in your approach. >> There are many amazing resources online
that you are free to use and share, and we encourage you to
begin exploring.

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