Our colleagues in the Faculty of Humanities are launching their Humanities Teaching Online Workhsop series with a session entitled “Who owns online teaching materials?”, on Monday 1st October 2018 at 1pm. This workshop is also open to interested teaching and
For those times when you are looking for a sound clip of the interior of a Belgian post office or a high-pitched oscillator, the BBC has recently made around 16,000 audio clips from their library freely available for personal, educational
The University reviews its Copyright Policy regularly, to ensure that in the fast-moving world of digital creation its employees and students are adequately protected when it comes to their own work, and that we all follow good practice when referencing
Lecture capture is the act of recording what happens in a lecture, which is then made available to students. This can be in several forms: A PowerPoint slideshow from the lecture with live recording of the lecturer’s voice Loading Video
Over the last few years, demand for recording of lectures has increased significantly, and the University has responded to this demand by rolling out an automated lecture capture /podcast system in one hundred lecture theatres and teaching spaces across campus.
Are you sure that you own the copyright or have the necessary rights for any content that you use?
Do you know how to save time and effort in preparing teaching materials?
Watch this presentation to find out more…
What is copyright? Copyright is a legal right giving protection to creators or owners of original work such as a piece of writing, pictures or music. It prevents others from reproducing, deriving, distributing or selling work, without explicit permission from the copyright holder.
The following list aims to provide a brief introduction to some of the materials and repositories available for open educational resources (OER). If you would like to recommend a useful link then please use the reply feature at the end of the page.