Great suggestion, Pat.
Or (given it's a WordPress site) you could use the OpenAttribute WordPress plugin, which provides for attribution (custom for each page), and adds CC license metadata to the RSS and Atom feeds
On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 6:20 PM, Cable Green <[log in to unmask]');" target="_blank">[log in to unmask]> wrote:
For a proper, machine-readable, linked CC BY SA marking, might I recommend you go to the Creative Commons License Chooser, select your CC BY SA license - and then copy/paste the HTML code (bottom right quadrant of the license chooser) into the HTML of your web site.Hi Terese:Thank you for putting a CC BY SA license on your site. This looks like a really interesting project... and you have put together an impressive team of partners. Congratulations!
http://creativecommons.org/choose/I am happy to assist as needed.Thank you!
Cable Green, PhD
Director of Global Learning
reuse, revise, remix & redistributeOn Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 10:12 AM, Bird, Terese M. <[log in to unmask]');" target="_blank">[log in to unmask]> wrote:
As part of the eMundus project http://www.emundus-project.eu/
I am trying to document examples of open educational institutional partnerships. What do I mean by this? The best example that comes to mind is the OER University, where these universities are working together in such a way that students can earn a degree for much less expense, studying online and using OER as learning materials, and the degree is a ‘real degree’ from the participating university.
In my embryonic report, I have already included the Scottish and Welsh Declarations, and list of MOOC providers in Europe. But I’m looking now for examples of universities and other institutions working together, OEP-style. Thank you for any thoughts or examples that you know of!
Learning Technologist and SCORE Research Fellow
APS Technology-Enhanced Learning Team/Institute of Learning Innovation, University of Leicester
Terese on Twitter: tbirdcymru