A TRAILS Webinar -
Creative Commons Licensing – How It Works and Why It Helps
Expertise in open licensing is becoming a crucial asset for the modern librarian. Creative Commons licenses are the most popular open licenses among open education and open access projects around the world. OER is coming to your campus and if you would like to get a head start on being able to help your faculty, please join us for this is introductory session.

The session will provide:

• An overview of Creative Commons
• Basics of Creative Commons Licenses & Copyright
• Examples of Creative Commons License Application
• How Creative Commons can be used with Open Educational Resources
• How to find items with Creative Commons licenses

Tuesday, December 4
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. MST
Target Audience:
TRAILS members who:
• Want to know more about copyright and how Creative Commons licenses can give more flexibility to how creative works are used
• Work with instructors on creating or modifying Open Educational Resources
• Work with authors who publish copyrighted material
Learning objectives:
Participants will…

• Learn how Creative Commons licenses build on copyright law
• Understand how items with Creative Commons licenses can be used, reused, and remixed
• Equip participants with more resources to encourage the creation, modification, and adoption of Open Educational Resources
• Learn where to find items that have Creative Commons licenses

Doralyn Rossmann is Head of Digital Library Initiatives at Montana State University in Bozeman. She earned her certificate of Creative Commons for Librarians in the spring of 2018 and is a member of the Creative Commons Network and CC-USA.
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Brought to you by the TRAILS Professional Development Committee.
Questions? Please contact Pamela Benjamin at pamela.benjamin1@montana.edu.

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