On this "OER and Canvas" page, learn:
On all the rich content boxes in our Canvas courses, we have access to an "Open Attribution Builder" tool/app. This makes it really easy to:
The Open Attribution Builder tool is located in the plug icon's drop-down menu in the content box editor.
The Open Attribution Builder tool is located in the drop-down menu beside the blue "V" icon along the content box editor.
Watch this short video (3:42 mins) about how to attribute images in Canvas:
Watch this short video (4:44 mins) about how to attribute videos in Canvas:
Watch this short video (2:47 mins) about how to attribute YOURSELF in Canvas:
This video answers the questions:
By default, the courses we create in Canvas retain traditional, private copyright. But you can change that default setting to make your courses in Canvas openly licensed. This way, you are also contributing your own OER!
Below are condensed instructions for how to set a Creative Commons license for your courses in Canvas. You can read more in this Canvas Guide about the types of available content licenses, and more instructions and screenshots about setting a CC license for a course in this Canvas Guide.
1. Open up your course and go to Settings. The "Course Details" tab should be the default Settings page.
2. Scroll down to the License drop-down menu and select a license option, as seen in the screenshot below:
3. Be sure to click the "Update Course Details" button at the bottom of this page, or your changes won't save!
4. Doublecheck your course's home page. Once you have updated your course details, go back to your course's home page. You should now see the relevant CC license statement automatically added to the bottom of the home page. Here's a sample below:
Text source: Adapted from "How to make your LS courses openly licensed" by Jennifer Snoek-Brown, Tacoma Community College Library, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0
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