The course below looks fascinating, but I’m teaching:

Summary

It is increasingly tempting, when creating teaching and learning resources, to ‘borrow’ images and other teaching and learning resources from the internet and elsewhere. ‘Open educational resources’ is a term for original resources which are shared under licence.

Aims

This workshop will cover the dos and donts of ‘borrowing’ other people’s stuff (especially if you are planning to upload the results to a virtual learning or other shared environment), and enable you to safely share or protect your own resources using appropriate licences.

Activities

Time Activity  
10.30  Coffee and registration  
11.00  Introduction to open educational resources – using and contributing  
11.20  Introduction to Creative Commons and open licensing  
11.40  Demonstration of finding openly licensed resources online  
12.00  Using attribution tools and attributing creators  
12.30    Lunch  
13.00 Discussion of IPR and copyright issues  
13.40 Understanding risk and using risk assessment toolkits  
14.00 Discussion of risk management  
14.20 Using recordings of people (especially patients and their families, healthcare workers, actors, students, etc.) in learning materials  
14.40 How taking a ‘digital professionalism’ can lead to the creation of sustainable resources  
15.00 Discussion and wrap up  
15.15 Close  

Proposed outcomes

At the end of the workshop participants will:

An electronic information pack will be available in advance of the workshop and emailed out to participants as well as being made available from the MEDEV website.

Facilitator background

The workshop will be facilitated by Dr Megan Quentin Baxter, Director, MEDEV Subject Centre – http://www.medev.ac.uk/about/staff/M.Quentin-Baxter/.

Target audience

For staff working in academic and practice settings.

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