From Say it like you mean it: Describing revision and remixing of OER, by Billy Meinke, licensed under CC-BY 4.0.
Adapt OER to:
By revising, adding to, or remixing OER, you create a derivative work. You will need to attribute the original work(s), and list the changes you have made. The BCcampus' Faculty OER Toolkit chapter on Keeping Track of Changes includes sample provenance documents to help you track changes and attributions as you adapt OER.
This two-part series by The Orange Grove Repository explores licensing questions you may have when revising and remixing OER.
Part 1 looks at how to select OER to use, and how to license a derivative work.
Part 2 looks at remixing material from OER with different Creative Commons licenses.
Stuck? Check out these Creative Commons Licence Compatibility Wizards from Web2Rights.
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