Limestone Open Access Week Events
Faculty Stipend Program and OER Q&A Sessions: Find answers to nagging OER questions you may have; share the challenges you face in adopting OER for your courses; find out what others are doing. Or just join us to learn more about OER. Register here. (Required).
Monday, October 25, 1-2pm
Tuesday, October 26, 2-3pm
*Attend a session and you will be entered into a drawing to win a $20 Walmart gift card.
**Attendees of the Q&A sessions will each receive a Limestone Affordable Learning water bottle or OpenStax Canvas tote bag.
Daily Question Contest: Test your knowledge of open education, affordable learning, and other relevant topics. Prizes will be given to the first three correctr answers!
$10 Chick-fil-A gift card, Water Bottle, $10 Zakary's Coffee Shop gift card
International Open Access Week (IOAW) Event Challenge: Attend an International Open Access Week event (outside of Limestone) and you will be entered to win a prize. The more events you attend, the more times you will be entered into the prize drawing, increasing your chances of winning! No limt to how many events you attend. Your proof of attendance for the events will be required.
$20 Daddy Joe's gift card.
**Scroll down to register for and attend other IOAW virtual events.
**Attend one of more of the following events and you may win a prize!
*Registration required for all events
Events from SCALE (PASCAL):
Questions about the webinars or South Carolina Affordable Learning (SCALE) initiative, may be directed to Amy Trepal, PASCAL Shared Content & Licensing Librarian.
Events from Rowan University
This workshop will introduce teaching faculty to the ways that copyright specifically affects classroom and online instruction. The focus will be on the rights and limitations of the fair use doctrine, which allows the use of copyright-protected works in certain circumstances, including considerations of educational purposes. The workshop will introduce the traditional four factors of a fair use analysis, and participants will practice using this analysis in a variety of situations.
This workshop will introduce participants to creative commons licenses, which allow more freedom than traditional copyright for access, distribution, and re-use. Creative Commons licenses give everyone from individual creators to large institutions a standardized way to grant the public permission to use their creative work under copyright law. They also ensure that licensors get credit for the work they deserve. This workshop will be useful for creators (anyone in the Rowan community) who want to make their work more accessible and for creators who want to reuse and adapt existing materials in their work.
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