Tag Archives: Creative Commons

Participation at the OER13 conference

Inma Alvarez and Melissa Blanco Borelli participated in the OER13: Creating a Virtuous Circle conference at the University of Nottingham.  They reported on the experience of the CCC:EED project on 27 March 2013. Short paper and powerpoint presentation “High aspirations: transforming … Continue reading

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Xpert tutorial now available in Vimeo

  How to attribute Creative Commons licenses to images using the Xpert tool from Digital Dance Archives on Vimeo.

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A decade with Creative Commons licences

This Sunday, 16th December, Creative Commons licences will be celebrating their tenth anniversary. To mark this occasion the CCC:EED project will be launching an awareness campaign in the Dance department. The project team will be also producing a tutorial on … Continue reading

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Blended learning

This week e-tutor met with academic staff to discuss e-learning within the new VLE. The selected modules for the CCC:EED project are looking into an effective implementation of blended learning that makes a greater use of module websites. Topics discussed … Continue reading

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Future use of copyright and ophan works

Some interesting developments in the way that copyright and orphan works could be monitored in the future. Will the Hooper report’s recommendations be feasible? http://www.ipo.gov.uk/about/press/press-release/press-release-2012/press-release-20120731.htm

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Why Openness in Education?

A new e-book on new learning models and technologies is now freely available online: Diana G. Oblinger (ed.) Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies (Educause, 2012). This chapter “Why Openness in Education?” is particular relevant to  teachers who would like to understand … Continue reading

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“Put on your dancing shoes”

This term an unexpected e-learning resource is being rescued for conversion into an OER. Making use of the university’s learning object creator WimbaCreate, former Head of Department, Dr Sherril Dodds, had produced a series of valuable podcasts integrating text and … Continue reading

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Exploring tools and resources for creating and re-using OERs

E-tutor, Inma Álvarez, attended this week some training sessions by SCORE (Support Centre for Open Resources in Education) on Copyright law, Creative Commons, LabSpace, Learning objects as OERs, and available tools and resources for creating and re-using OERs. The University … Continue reading

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