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Michael's asked us a really good question
about handling copyright in online courses, from a few different points,
actually. So, what sort of guidelines can we
provide to make sure that people observe copyright as much as they can, and what
if a teacher's creating online materials? Who owns that? Is it them or their institution? >> Good question. >> What about the IP, that kind of thing. Tag. >> [LAUGH] Okay well,
to start off with, neither Simon nor myself are copyright experts. And particularly legal copyright experts,
at all. And the way copyright, especially for
educational purposes, works, is different in different jurisdictions,
in different countries. So it's really important to become
aware of what's required for educational purposes in your own country,
or your own jurisdiction. Talk to librarians or copyright folks, where you live to
make sure that you are adhering to it. Now having said that,
there are some good practice principles that could be followed,
especially for online courses. So one of them would be making sure
you first look at what the license is around the particular resource you
want to use, whether it be a video, an image, an open educational resource,
or whatever type of resource it is. >> So, you are talking about things
like Creative Commons license. >> Yeah, so-
>> Something like that. Well, what if it doesn't say anything? >> Well, if it says Creative Commons
license with the CC like we talk about in module seven, I believe. >> That is [CROSSTALK]
>> Or it is six, sorry, we don't know. Then it will say whether you can remix it,
whether you can adapt it, or whether you have to use it as it is but
you can attribute it. >> Yeah.
>> And then it'll have the attribution. So that one, if you put an image that's
under a Creative Commons license in your online course, in your learning
management system for example. Then good practice is that you
will attribute the source and provide the link to where you got it from. Now sometimes there is nothing. >> No.
>> There is no actual copyright. That's what you were
asking a few seconds ago. >> Well, actually, just on the Creative
Commons, we do have a case study in this MOOC about Creative Commons-
>> Yes it's a great case study, yeah. >> Which explains all of that for
you, so it's worth looking at. >> Mm-hm. >> But the old, I found it on the
Internet, so I can use it, kind of idea, doesn't necessarily apply. I know in this country, Australia,
even though it might not say copyright, it still is covered by copyright, so it always pays to attribute
where you got something from. So if it's copying text from a web site, you can still cite web sites in different
formats like APA, that kind of thing. >> If it's small, short. >> Yeah, don't copy it either. >> You can't copy the whole web site out. And, I mean,
I my rule of thumb is if that, you are in doubt as to what the copyright
status is, is to link to it instead. So even if it is a particular page on
a web site that's really useful for your students, well, you can link out to that page, you can
link out to that image or to that video. Rather than bring it in, so that's-
>> Unless this is, we might have a debate about this, but I
think embedding your video into a website, I believe I've been told by copyright
experts, that still is considered linking, because it's still hosted
at its original place. >> But if I downloaded an image and
then re-uploaded it onto my website- >> Or download the video. >> I"m actually republishing it. >> Yeah.
>> Which means I could be breaking copyright. So like you said, if in doubt, link. >> Mm-hm. >> And always check with your
institutional librarian- >> Please do. >> Whenever you can. And like Negin said,
we are not the experts. So, this is really to bring
these ideas to your attention so that you can look into it
in a little more detail. >> Now Michael also did ask about, what do you about your IP if you
are creating an online course? How much of it do you own
versus your institution? Again, those are great questions
that you really should be asking your particular institution or
your employer, for example. Sometimes if you're paid to design
a course, the employer actually is the one that owns it, but sometimes that doesn't
mean that they own everything about it. So it really, really depends, and you should really
talk to your employer the first day. >> Yeah, and I know that our
institution has a clause about that, about who owns IP of
the materials produced. So, again, a little bit of
research will really help you because sometimes the answers
might be surprising. >> And
different from institution to institution. >> To institution, yeah. So bottom line, you need to go and
check with experts. Always link if you're in doubt. >> Yep.
>> And always cite where you get something from so that at least you're actually
saying that this is not your material and you're referencing where it comes from. >> Yeah.
>> Yeah.

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معلمان با شروع تدریس دوره های آنلاین چه مقاومتی دارند؟
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چگونه با فناوری فعلی وب هم‌گام شویم؟
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بهبود کیفیت تولید فیلم
?What about the 'not invented here' syndrome
?What tools were used to make this MOOC
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مدیریت حق نشر برای دوره‌های آنلاین
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آیا یادگیری ترکیبی همیشه خوب است؟
آیا تفاوتی بین نتایج یادگیری و اهداف یادگیری وجود دارد؟
برای ایجاد کل دوره از ابتدا چه توصیه ای دارید؟
?What moderation techniques are used in the MOOC
?What is a rubric
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ساختار پیشنهادی شما برای راه‌اندازی دوره‌های آنلاین چیست؟
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مدت زمان ایده‌آل برای پادکست چقدر است؟
آموزش مبتنی بر سناریو چیست؟
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اطمینان از اصالت با ارزیابی آنلاین
چگونه از صدا برای بازخورد معنی‌دار یا ارزیابی از یادگیری استفاده می‌کنید؟
ساختن یک مقاله، ارزیابی موثر برای فعالیت‌های آنلاین
Peer Review- چه موقع از آن استفاده کنیم و چرا در دوره استفاده می‌شود؟
استراتژی‌های موثر درصورت خرابی فناوری هنگام ارزیابی چیست؟
چه چارچوبی برای تفکر در مورد تمرینات خودارزیابی و ارزیابی هم‌سالان مفید است؟
Boundaries when supporting online discussions
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از چه فناوری برای کنفرانس‌های ویدئویی با دانشجویان استفاده می‌کنید؟
ایجاد ارتباط با دانشجویان
آیا مباحث رفتار دانش‌آموزان را هدایت می‌کند؟
چگونه می‌توانم بهترین استفاده از دانش‌آموزان را در استفاده مناسب از رسانه های اجتماعی داشته باشم؟
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چگونه زبان‌آموزان بی‌میل را تشویق می‌کنید؟
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تدریس خصوصی 1-1 آنلاین
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