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Permissions Guide For Educators

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This guide provides a primer on copyright and use permissions. It is intended to support teachers, librarians, curriculum experts and others in identifying the terms of use for digital resources, so that the resources may be appropriately (and legally) used as part of lessons and instruction. The guide also helps educators and curriculum experts in approaching the task of securing permission to use copyrighted materials in their classrooms, collections, libraries or elsewhere in new ways and with fewer restrictions than fair use potentially offers. The guide was created as part of ISKME's Primary Source Project, and is the result of collaboration with copyright holders, intellectual property experts, and educators.

Material Type: Reading

Author: Admin

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OER Quality Framework - Emergent Bilingual Version

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The OER Quality Framework was developed by the Oregon Open Learning Team to describe indicators of high-quality OER for consideration in a variety of applications on the Oregon Open Learning Hub and in Oregon education settings. The OER Quality Framework consists of three tools and a glossary of terms to provide context for language used throughout the Framework. This "Emergent Bilingual" version of the framework was created to evaluate instructional resources specifically designed to support students who are emergent bilingual. It contains three additional criteria under the heading of "Critical Pedagogical Practices for Learners who are Emergent Bilingual": Translanguaging, Criticality, and Negotiation of Meaning.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Authors: Susan Payne, Vanessa Clark, Oregon Open Learning

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OER Quality Framework - Professional Learning Version

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The OER Quality Framework was developed by the Oregon Open Learning Team to describe indicators of high-quality OER for consideration in a variety of applications on the Oregon Open Learning Hub and in Oregon education settings. The OER Quality Framework consists of three tools and a glossary of terms to provide context for language used throughout the Framework. This "Professional Learning" version of the framework was created to support the curation, creation, and evaluation of a wide range of resources that are intended to support educator professional learning. While it is similar in structure to the versions of the framework designed to evaluate instructional resources for PK-12 students, the criteria are designed with adult learners in mind. 

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Authors: Susan Payne, Vanessa Clark, Oregon Open Learning

Copyright and Fair Use

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Performance Objectives: Understand the basics of copyright and fair use in relation to open educationImplement the Creative Commons Licenses Copyright. We know what it is. And that it is complicated. The digital world has drastically changed how we access, use and interact with copyrighted content.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Alisa Cook

OER Action Planning Worksheet.

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Your action plan is an internal planning document for how you will convince key internal and external constituents to support for the work that you are doing. It is intended as a living document that you can revisit as you review the results of your advocacy activities and refine your advocacy strategy. Think of it as a skeleton you can work to fill in.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Liberty Public Schools

#GoOpen District Launch Packet (2017)

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In 2022, the #GoOpen movement transitioned from a federal initiative to launch the #GoOpen National Network, a national community of educators and leaders who use and support open educational resources and practices (OER/OEP) to equitably improve teaching and learning for all. This resource offers enduring value and guidance for districts choosing to transition to the use of openly licensed educational resources to improve student learning in their schools. Openly licensed educational resources (OER) enable districts to reallocate significant funds currently spent on inflexible, static learning materials to resources and activities that accelerate the transition to digital learning. These include implementing new professional learning programs for teachers, developing a robust technology infrastructure to support digital learning, and funding new leadership roles for educators who curate and create openly licensed educational materials.

Material Type: Assessment