9.4. Share your resources online as OER


In Module 8 you have created and published a video on YouTube. If you published your video under a standard YouTube license (which is the default), as opposed to a Creative Commons license, you will now share your content with others in a more open way.

Decide whether to share your video from Module 8 or material from Activity 9.3 and publish the material in the Creative Commons repository suitable to your choice of material. In doing this, this infographic will be helpful for you: 


 

Write down in the Module 9 forum a short post about considerations, constraints, and enablers that exist in sharing OER content in local teaching and learning situations. Please also explain why you chose a particular licence for your content?

Time for the activity: 30min