May 25, 2017: Go Open and Free! Finding and Using Open Access Resources for Teaching, Learning, and Publishing - TLISI 2017
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In this workshop, they taught: the value of using materials with few to no licensing restrictions in your teaching and scholarship; how the Creative Commons, GPL, and other open source licensing systems work; how to find public domain and openly licensed teaching materials online, including images, audio, video, textbooks, and other educational resources; and how you and your graduate students can archive your works in DigitalGeorgetown, the University's open access digital repository offered by the Library, so that they are accessible and preserved for the long-term.
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