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Neuroscience: Open Educational Resources (OER)

A Library Research Guide for Neuroscience students. This guide is designed to help you navigate the wide variety of Neuroscience resources available through Ritter Library.

Creative Commons

OERs use Creative Commons licenses as a copyright methodology to allow for sharing, redistributing, and mixing. The following description and link explain CC.

All Creative Commons licenses have many important features in common. Every license helps creators — we call them licensors if they use our tools — retain copyright while allowing others to copy, distribute, and make some uses of their work — at least non-commercially. Every Creative Commons license also ensures licensors get the credit for their work they deserve. Every Creative Commons license works around the world and lasts as long as applicable copyright lasts (because they are built on copyright). These common features serve as the baseline, on top of which licensors can choose to grant additional permissions when deciding how they want their work to be used.

Creative Commons provides free, easy-to-use copyright licenses to make a simple and standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work.

Licensing Types

Free Digital Textbooks

This page contains the URL's to sites referenced in Dian Schaffhauser's June 2016 article in Campus Technology and additional sites that offer Open Educational Resources or Affordable Educational Resources

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