Texas Learn OER - Final Assessment
You're almost finished! To receive a certificate of completion for this training, please complete the final assessment below. You must pass with a score of 80% or higher to receive credit. Each question is worth 2 points, for a total of 30 points. Feel free to refer to the modules as you complete this assessment:
https://sites.google.com/austincc.edu/texaslearnoer

If you receive a score of 79% or lower, you will be notified that you did not pass and will have a chance to review your incorrect answers. You may then retake the assessment to attempt to raise your score.

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Your Name (First Name Last Name) *
College or University Name *
Select your primary classification or group *
The Quiz begins below. Please remember that all questions require an answer and you may not save or quit the quiz and return to it later. There is no time limit.
What is the best example of OER? *
2 points
OER can include: *
2 points
A prominent OER researcher and advocate, David Wiley, describes the 5R permissions of open educational resources. Select the 5-Rs below: *
2 points
The following are benefits to adopting OER : *
2 points
If a work is labeled CC-BY-ND, this means: {Hint: Module 7} *
2 points
The following term is used to describe the belief that the public is entitled to freely use portions of a copyrighted work for commentary or criticism {Hint Module 4} *
2 points
This image means: *
2 points
Captionless Image
Whether or not a specific use falls under Fair Use is determined by which of the following four factors (select all that apply): *
2 points
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When evaluating the accessibility of an OER under consideration for use in your courses, you must ensure: {Hint Module 6} *
2 points
Openly licensed work requires attribution. The following is accepted practice to include in an attribution statement (select all that apply): {Hint Module 7} *
2 points
Required
Is the following statement true or false: I can stop someone from using my openly licensed work (or revoke the license) because I am the creator of the work *
2 points
Is the following statement true or false: When I openly license my work I retain ownership of it, even for commercial purposes. *
2 points
Is the following statement true or false: In the U.S. all tangibly fixed work without a copyright statement is considered public domain. *
2 points
You are remixing content to build an educational resource that is openly licensed, CC-BY. Which type of materials can you use? Select all that apply {Hint Module 7} *
2 points
Required
OER Commons is: *
2 points
The following questions are optional and will help us continuously improve the Texas Learn OER curriculum.
SCALE: 1=strongly disagree, 2=disagree, 3=neutral, 4=agree, 5=strongly agree
Although adopting OER is not a requirement of completing this professional development, we're curious! Are you planning to use any OER in your upcoming courses?
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Texas Learn OER content and activities were aligned with stated objectives
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I found Texas Learn OER online workshop a valuable and effective use of my time
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The Texas Learn OER curriculum was clear, well-organized, and professional in appearance with few grammar and spelling mistakes.
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I am confident about my understanding of OER and open copyright licensing provisions
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