This video covers the process for taking an initial idea, and creating a collection of openly licensed resources to use while teaching and learning.
For additional resources related to this video, see funnymonkey.com/blog/bread-and-butter-civilization-toast-and-open-content-notes-k12opened
One of the questions we are frequently asked is how to find openly licensed content that can be used within open educational resources. This screencast covers how to use Google's advanced search to filter for information that can be remixed.
Julio simplifies the process of schools building a high quality web site.
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Learn more: funnymonkey.com/introducing-julio
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