Attribution

This course has been developed by The Open University (UK) in collaboration with partners in Dida (Italy) and The National Unions of Students in Europe (Belgium) for the bizMOOC Project. The course mostly reuses resources already available online, as detailed below:


Week 1

Featured image: Learning to ride, by Olle Svensson, CC BY-NC 2.0

Learner stories, taken from Learner Experiences with MOOCs and Open Online LearningCC BY-NC 3.0.

How do you learn?, adapted from Succeed with learning, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Setting SMART goals, adapted from Succeed with learning, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Developing your action plan, adapted from Succeed with learning, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Learning journals, adapted from Learning to learn: Planning for personal change, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.


Week 2

Featured image: Head Skill, by Aikawa Ke, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Information in a digital age, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Digital skills and digital literacy, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

A framework for digital skills, adapted from Digital literacy: succeeding in a digital world, The Open University, CC BY NC SA.

Visitors and Residents, adapted from Visitors and Residents, text/content by Iain MacLaren (NUIG) as part of the All Aboard project, funded by Ireland's National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, who in turn compiled the material from these resources, which were released under CC-Attribution 4.0 International Licence


Week 3

Featured image: DIY Electrical Board at Craft Lake City by John Carlisle on Unsplash.

Text adapted from What is a MOOC? What are the different types of MOOC? xMOOCs and cMOOCs by Martin Lugton, CC BY NC SA and Types of MOOCs by Teaching and learning in the 21st centuryCC BY SA.

What is a MOOC? Video by Neal Gillis - Research by Bonnie Stewart, Alexander McAuley, George Siemens and Dave Cormier. Created through funding received by the University of Prince Edward Island through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's "Knowledge Synthesis Grants on the Digital Economy", CC BY.

Assessing MOOCs, adapted from 'How do I measure the quality of the MOOC on offer?', bizMOOC Book GuidelinesCC BY-SA.

Learning how to learn | Barbara Oakley | TEDxOaklandUniversity. Standard YouTube Licence.


Week 4

Featured image: Blorange by Cody Davis on Unsplash.

The essential elements of digital literacies, by Doug Belshaw at TEDxWarwick 2012.

The 5R permissions, created by David Wiley and published freely under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

About CC licenses, adapted from About Licensing, ExplOERer course including images How to Attribute Creative Commons Photos, by FOTER, CC BY-SA 3.0 and Creative Commons Licenses, by Paul Stacey, CC BY 4.0

Hack the news, adapted from Hack the news, made by Hive New York City and remixed for Clubs by Mozilla, CC BY-SA.


Acknowledgements

Featured image by Devin Avery on Unsplash.

Last modified: Wednesday, 14 Mar 2018, 11:56