4 How to create and share open educational resources

4.1 Introduction

This section of the course will look at how you can create your own open resource, including what is meant by ‘remixing’ open materials, what to consider when creating your own open resource, how to choose a licence and ways you could share your OER.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this section of the course, you should be able to:

  • understand how the licence you choose for your resource impacts on how others can reuse it
  • understand how to effectively share your resources and open practices with others so they are reusable and visible
  • understand the advantages and potential issues with openly licensing your materials
  • be aware of who owns a resource you have created and why this matters.

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4.2 Remixing OER