MOOCS and Open Educational Resources: A Handbook for Educators (New York and Lakeville: Intelligent Television, Inc., 2016) Illustrations and credits ILLUSTRATION I: The Anatomy of a Video Clip https://youtu.be/1SENjXXA4T0 Courtesy of Blackside Inc. with thanks to John Koch and Ben Watts ILLUSTRATION II: Creative Commons Licenses Courtesy of http://foter.com/ ILLUSTRATION III: Audiovisual Subject Consent and Release Form ILLUSTRATION IV: A MOOC Timeline (from Eric Foner’s online course, “The Civil War and Reconstruction”) Courtesy of Columbia University ILLUSTRATION V: Rights & Clearance Grid / Towards a Rights Bible Courtesy of Thirteen/WNET ILLUSTRATION VI: Rights Terms and Conditions Courtesy of ACSIL ILLUSTRATION VII: Dynamic Credits (from JISC’s “Knowledge Is”) https://youtu.be/qMLf5mpifNc Courtesy of JISC ILLUSTRATION VIII: Googling a Hen / Searching by Usage Rights ILLUSTRATION IX: OCW/OER Video in Wikipedia (from Walter Lewin’s course, “Classical Mechanics”) Courtesy of MIT and Wikipedia ILLUSTRATION X: MOOC Budgets, Effects of Free Licenses Upon Cover and text illustrations from Charles Urban, The Cinematograph in Science, Education, and Matters of State (London: The Charles Urban Trading Company, 1907), online at: http://www.charlesurban.com/documents_cinematograph.html and the journal Visual Education (Chicago: Society for Visual Education, 1920-1924). MOOCS and Open Educational Resources: A Handbook for Educators. Copyright © Intelligent Television, Inc., 2016. All original writing, text, and ideas herein may be reused and published/ republished freely, subject to a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode).
CONTENTS Preface: About this Handbook 5 I. Introduction: Open Courseware: The Prequel 7 II. The Anatomy of Educational Video 13 III. Rights, Licenses, and Access 21 A. Pre-Production 21 B. Production 27 C. Post-Production 30 IV. Educational Video Distribution Today 37 V. Open by Default: Five Guiding Principles 43 Appendix 55 Acknowledgements 57 About the Author 58
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