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OER Copyright Survey

CCLearn and Open.Michigan are working together to study the ways in which copyright law plays a role in the practices of those who create or help facilitate the creation of Open Educational Resources (OER). It is our goal to develop a deeper awareness of the degree to which OER practitioners and users grapple with copyright law issues, and whether those issues pose barriers to the creation, dissemination, and reuse of OER.

We invite you to share your perspectives by taking the OER Copyright Survey and to read more about the study on the Copyright Exceptions and Limitations section of the OpenEd website. The survey should take only 10 – 15 minutes of your time.

If you know of other colleagues – especially individuals outside the U.S., Canada, England, and Australia – who would be interested in participating in this survey, please forward it to them. The survey closes on August 31, so we encourage all to fill it out soon!