M2-Week 6-Class

Instructional Design & eAuthoring Module (Week 6)

The following is a reflection on the Tuesday morning class that took place on 29th November 2016 from 10:00 to 13:00 using Gibbs Reflective Cycle.

Description

THIS WEEK:  Learning Design and Copyright

Learning Design (Clare Gormley)
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7Cs of Learning Design
(Grainne Conole)

Storyboard Evaluation Rubric
(Mor, Warburton & Ullmo 2015)

Copyright (Pauline Rooney)
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N.B. Check out Public Domain versus Copyright versus Creative Commons.

What is copyright?
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Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000.

70 years after the death of the author.

Original, Literary, Dramatic, Musical, Artistic.

Skill, Labour and Judgement are the components of what constitute the copyright of a work.

Is this legitimate?
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YES
Fair dealing
Use of the performer’s official channel
Quoting from a work
It would be better if I acknowledged the author/copyright

NO
If I embed the video
If I embed the channel

LINKING
Is not an infringement of copyright
Unless the linker knew or ought to have known they were linking to material that infringes copyright

Fair Dealing / Educational Use
Single copy extracts OK for

What are OERs?
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Teaching, learning resources in the public domain

Open Courseware(Big OERs)
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Khan Academy
YouTube
OpenLearn
FutureLearn
SlideShare
MOOCs
Coursera
NDLR

Creative Commons (Pauline Rooney)
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A non-profit organisation in California.
6 different licences.
Fills the gap between public domain and copyright.

Sites with Creative Commons
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YouTube
Search.creativecommons.org
Google Advanced Search
European
Flickr
Slideshare

Useful Links
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Irish Copyright Licencing Agency
JISC Legal
Presentation by Eoin O’Dell (2015)
Copyright Law for eLearning Authors

Feelings

Evaluation

Analysis

Conclusions

Personal Action Plans