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III. RIGHTS, LICENSES,

III. RIGHTS, LICENSES, AND ACCESS: Producing MOOCs as OER This is not to say that open licensing of MOOCs is a cakewalk. MOOCs involve multiple stakeholders—first of all, their teaching faculty—and licensing decision points throughout the various stages of their existence from inception to publication. Yet complex as they may seem, online courses have only a finite number—a small finite number—of contracts/agreements/documents that govern the rights and licenses to most of the content commissioned at its creation. For our purposes here, the process of publishing MOOCs can be said to have five key stages—preproduction, production, and post-production, followed by distribution and preservation. In each of these phases of the process, educators have to consider rights and legal agreements no matter how they might intend to facilitate public access to the work—but with special care if they intend to produce a MOOC (or better yet, a Massive Really Open Online Course—a MROOC). There are various types of MOOCs to produce as well—including classroom-based MOOCs that are recorded in lecture halls and seminar rooms to studio-based MOOCs where video cameras roll in a more controlled environment. While these phases of publication are presented in some kind of chronological order in the text that follows, note that it will always be beneficial for the licensing regime for all of the phases to be agreed upon before faculty and staff initiate any real work on the online course. The point, to boil it all the way down, is for faculty and administrators to select the appropriate free licensing regime—ideally comprised of copyleft licenses, about which more, below—and stay true to that regime through all the stages of MOOC production and distribution. This section of the handbook reviews these agreements for faculty and producers and provides template language to help ensure that your online course can be produced from the get-go to render a MOOC that is, in effect, free, or open by default. The number of explicit and implicit licenses and agreements and owners of content in MOOCs—while nothing near that of television proper—can seem like quite a challenge. Be undaunted. Remember, you are building a knowledge base for generations to come! A. Pre-production Pre-production is the planning stage before cameras start rolling. It’s the stage where many of the most important MOOC production and distribution decisions are made and where many of the essential working relationships are forged. III. RIGHTS, LICENSES, AND ACCESS: Producing MOOCs as OER 21

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