This is a wiki page for a workshop that will help faculty (and students) to find, use, reuse, cite, embed, mashup, include, extend, and maybe even share free resources that can be legally incorporated into course materials.
- UCalgary resources for using copyright material in class (and info on Fair Dealing)
- Creative Commons
Creative Commons Logos by CreativeCommons.org
Where to find CC resources
- Generic / Multiple formats
- search.creativecommons.org - the first place to look for free stuff
- archive.org - the internet archive project
- Google license search
- Yahoo! Creative Commons search
- Slideshare - presentations
- Photos and Images
- Flickr license search and Creative Commons on Flickr
- Flickr Commons projects
- CompFight - find CC images on Flickr
- Flickr Storm - visual photo search
- Archive.org - Moving Images (that's "video" to you and me)
- TED Talks
- Academic Earth
- Blip.TV Creative Commons videos
- Audio / Music
Other sources of media
These don't mention licenses specifically, but Fair Dealing should apply to educational use.
How to use CC resources
- linking vs. copying
- the allmighty <embed /> tag
- free stuff is often designed to share via copy/paste
- how to cite your usage
Even better - make your own!
- declaring a license on existing works
- creating new works
- 50 Ways to tell a Web 2.0 Story - many of these tools allow selection of a copyright license.
- Animoto - create a video, complete with background audio, for a set of images.
- Jing - record your computer screen
- Prezi - create rich, animated presentations
- 280Slides - great online presentation authoring/sharing
Open Education Resources
What is Open Education?
- MIT OpenCourseWare
- Open CourseWare Consortium
- OER Commons
- Stanford Engineering Everywhere (SEE)
- Berkeley Webcasts
- Utah State University OpenCourseWare
- Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative
- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health OCW
- SmartHistory - a free, Creative Commons textbook on art history