[INDOLOGY] Online course copyrights/ideas -- Slightly off-topic

Dominik Wujastyk wujastyk at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 03:25:42 EDT 2020


I can recommend our own university's Office for Copyright that offers a lot
of online support
<https://www.ualberta.ca/faculty-and-staff/copyright/student-staff-guide/index.html>
as well as classroom tutorials.  I've attended one of these and it was
small and quite focussed.  Recommended.

The short version is this: place two statements on all materials you
release:

   1. a copyright statement by the person who created the materials (e.g.,
   "(C) Patricia Sauthoff, 2020")
   2. a license stating the terms under which you, as (C) holder, would
   like your materials to be shared.  The best source for such a license is
   the Creativecommons.org, where several options are explained clearly (click
   "share your work" and then follow the prompts).
   A commonly used and recommended license is the "BY-SA
   <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/>" one, which means
   anyone copying your stuff must acknowledge that it's yours and anything
   they do with it must also be shared under the same BY-SA terms.

Best,
Dominik

--
Professor Dominik Wujastyk
<https://www.ualberta.ca/arts/about/people-collection/dominik-wujastyk>
,

Singhmar Chair in Classical Indian Society and Polity
,

Department of History and Classics <http://historyandclassics.ualberta.ca/>
,
University of Alberta, Canada
.

South Asia at the U of A:

sas.ualberta.ca



On Wed, 11 Mar 2020 at 09:19, Patricia Sauthoff via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:

> Dear all (cross-posted to RISA & Indology)
>
> With the swift move to online courses in the wake of covid19, I wonder if
> those on the lists well-versed in online copyright might give us some tips
> to protecting our materials.
>
> I discussed the possibility of my discussion-based Modern Yoga course
> going online with my students and they offered some helpful suggestions:
>
> *short (10-15 pre-recorded video lectures by the professor) followed by a
> Twitch livestream, which would involve them asking questions/engaging in
> discussion via text and the professor answering questions and leading a
> chat discussion via video
> *written assignments using guided discussion questions in a discussion
> forum
> *maintaining a live online presence during usual class hours (but with the
> archival capabilities of Twitch)
>
> In the wake of these international university closures, I think it would
> be helpful to have a thread dedicated to online pedagogies that we find
> success with.
>
>
>
> --
> Patricia Sauthoff
> (she/her/they/them)
> Postdoctoral Fellow
> AyurYog.org
> Department of History and Classics
> University of Alberta
> Edmonton, Canada
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