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*Due to technical difficulties, the first portion of this broadcast was lost.*

This webinar  focused on teaching and learning with open educational resources, specifically profiling Creative Commons (CC), its licenses, and how CC-licensed Open Educational Resources are being used in K-12 education. Guests shared experiences using CC in the classroom and invited newcomers to learn more about CC from other teachers and CC staff member, Jane Park, who gave a brief overview of CC and some of its applications to K-12.

Guests for this webinar included:
Jane Park, Creative Commons
Paul Oh, National Writing Project
Alan Berry, The LAMP
Josie Fraser, Leicester City Council

Live Chat Archive
Click here to view and download a PDF version of the live chat conversation that happened during the webinar.

Resources:
Creative Commons Licenses
Creative Commons K-12 Hangout
Creative Commons Best Practices
School of Open
Childnet Star Toolkit Launch
DigiLit Leicester: Project Activities Report
Creative Commons Updates
Connected Learning Alliance

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