Start sharing: learn how to use openly-licensed content to create presentations, websites, and other resources that you can legally share with educators, collaborators, and self-learners worldwide.
The first step in creating open content is stating to others how you want them to use the content. This may seem complex; it’s not. Creative Commons makes this process of choosing a license remarkably easy.
To build open content, you must use open content. Fortunately, there are a number of websites and repositories that you can browse to discover openly-licensed images, clip art, video, learning modules, music, and other relevant materials.
Academics know that attribution is essential. We show you how to effectively cite open content and other materials you might use to assemble your educational resources and projects.
The most exciting part of creating open content is sharing it. We can help you publish and promote your content through the Open.CSC Educational Resources website or guide you to a number of our favorite content sharing sites that enable you to publish, promote, and collaborate with others around your OER.
Still a little shaky on the concept of sharing? Maybe you just need to try it out - like a low-risk test. P2PU is a great place to experiment with new things. They have courses of all kinds related to making things open and learning about sharing.