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MICHR Training 2012

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Training to Marketing and Communications members of MICHR and Medical research at the University of Michigan. Topics covered: how we share today, shared interests between African Health OER Network/Open.Michigan and MICHR, how to use Creative Commons licenses and upload content to SlideShare.

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MICHR Training 2012

  1. 1. Creative Commonslicenses and Sharing CC: BY SA “Hola! @ Helsinki” by Karva Javi (Flickr)Emily Puckett Rodgers,Open Education CoordinatorJune 13, 2012 Except where otherwise noted, this work is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Copyright 2012 The Regents of the University of Michigan
  2. 2. Goals for Today CC: BY "basketball goal" by matsukawa1971 (Flickr)○ What is Open.Michigan?○ How We Collaborate Today○ Example: How This Works○ Make Your Stuff Useful○ Don’t Reinvent the Wheel○ Make Your Stuff Visible BUT FIRST! Visit http://openmi.ch/MICHR_CC2012 for the link to THIS presentation (because you will help me build it)
  3. 3. Open.Michigan"The Health OER program provides theopportunity for the University of Michiganhealth science schools … tocollaborate in an innovative,comprehensive approach towork with others to improve educationopportunities for health care providersglobally. … [W]e are transforming ourhealth curriculum to provide students withricher learning experiences andstrengthening their ability topractice in a global healthcontext.”Dean Woolliscroft April 28,2008
  4. 4. Downloadable presentationsOur Collection YouTube videosCurrently SlideShare presentations 98 participating faculty 71 published faculty ● 13 M1 sequences ● 10 M2 sequences ● 263,987 views to 29 UMMS videos ● 38,925 views to 214 UMMS lectures
  5. 5. Trends in MedicalEducation & Research"Its been a delight to find how many of those papers arepublished open access. Ive been able to dip around intopapers, get what I want, … and immediately find what Ineed. As a reader experience and a researcher experience,thats very compelling.”Philip Campbell, editor-in-chief of Nature “Open access to research is inevitable, says Nature editor-in-chief,” The Guardian[T]he rise of social media has allowed patients to do forthemselves what researchers like Hayes cant: spreadinformation about research.Gretchen Cuda-Kroen, “Patients Find Each Other Online To Jump-Start Medical Research,” NPR
  6. 6. African Health OER NetworkMission: The African Health Open Educational Resources (OER) Network (est. 2008) aims to advancehealth education in Africa by creating and promoting free, openly licensed teaching materials created byAfricans to share knowledge, address curriculum gaps, and support health education communities. Usage Collection Community ● 8500 views/mo on website ● 135 modules ● 160 people trained ● 861K views on YouTube ● 339 materials in open licenses ● 795 favorites on YouTube ● 144 videos (906 minutes) ● 115 authors ● 173 comments on ● Accessed in 190+ ● 12 institutions YouTube countries Approach Results: Examples of Use and Adaptation Ghana: University of Ghana students used an obstetrics module from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology South Africa: University of Cape Town created an occupational health module that has been used on three continents (Africa, Europe, and South America) and has been translated into Spanish Ethiopia: The Ministry of Health distributed a Caesarean section learning module by University of Ghana Nigeria: Medical residents used gynecology surgery videos from University of Ghana Botswana: University of Botswana created a collection of pre-clinical supplemental resources using materials from University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins University, Tufts University, and others Funded by: The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation | The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation | University of Michigan Medical School poster designed by Kathleen Ludewig Omollo for the African Health OER Network
  7. 7. Our Vision (what we aspire to be)To be a catalytic partner for clinical and translationalresearchers at the University of Michigan, resulting inimproved health for local, national, and global communities.We will achieve this vision by: ● Educating – training and mentoring current and future generations of researchers ● Funding – helping researchers launch their ideas and serving as a catalyst for discoveries that lead to innovative treatments and cures ● Connecting – linking researchers with each other, community groups, and potential study volunteers, through multidisciplinary collaboration ● Supporting – providing excellent service from our knowledgeable, helpful, and caring faculty and staff USED WITH PERMISSION
  8. 8. GuidelinesMake Your Work Useful(Licenses!)Don’t Reinvent the Wheel(Reuse!)Make Your Work Visible(Share!)
  9. 9. Make Your Work Useful Let’s watch a short video… Creative Commons: A Shared Culture
  10. 10. Some rights reserved: a Make Your Work Usefulspectrum.http://creativecommons.org/choose Public All Rights Domain Reservedleast restrictive most restrictive
  11. 11. Make Your Work UsefulWe recommend: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 Other U-M Departments ● MSIS (CC: BY) ● PRMC (CC: BY-NC) ● ORCI (CC: BY) ● MLibrary (CC: BY)
  12. 12. Licenses at U-M Except where otherwise noted, this work is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Copyright 2012 The Regents of the University of Michigan http://portfolio.med.umich.edu/res/sites/umhs_images/
  13. 13. Don’t Reinvent the Wheel(Reuse!) For anything you would find on Google or on Flickr, use licensed work.
  14. 14. Attribution: Always include…1. Author “John Doe” or “arctanx”2. Title “Yawning Dent” or “Untitled” or <BLANK>3. Source (Flickr) or <Source URL>4. License “CC: BY” or or “Creative Commons Attribution 3.0”5. License URL Hyperlinked or full <URL>
  15. 15. Attribution:You have optionsAttribution next tocontentAttribution inanother sectionof the document “Yawning Dent” by arctanx.tk CC: BY-SA (Flickr) Works Attributed Slide 1:“Hola! @ Helsinki” by Karva Javi CC: BY SA (Flickr) Slide 4: “Design by Connection” by Dave Gray CC: BY (Flickr) Slide 10: “Yawning Dent” by arctanx.tk CC: BY-SA (Flickr)
  16. 16. Don’t Reinvent the Wheel (Reuse!)Let’s search for Creative Commons licensed imagestogether:1. Each of you (or in pairs) navigate to Advanced search: www.flickr.com (LOOK FOR LOGO) or google.com/advanced_image_search (Labeled “USAGE RIGHTS”)2. Search for “cats” or “dogs.”3. Drag and drop the images you find in the next two slides.4. Add proper attribution to the image.
  19. 19. Make Your Work Visible1. CHOICE ● You can choose your license ● You can download other people’s videos & presentations (or not)2. ACCESSIBLE-ish ● It makes a transcript of your presentation (and notes) ● Can upload documents as pdf or editable formats3. SOCIAL ● Easy to email or share presentations on social networks (conferences) ● Can find related presentations ● Can comment on presentations ● Can follow groups
  20. 20. Make YourWork VisibleRelated: Otherpresentations like itDownloads and views(stats!)Embeds, where else hasit been used?License: How can youuse this?
  21. 21. Make Your Work Visible Lets upload our presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/ (Remember to go back into the uploaded presentation to "edit" and choose a license.)