Edge Cases for Adaptation and Remix Permission:
An Advanced Seminar for OER Practitioners

Jonathan A. Poritz

Maybe you just want to see the new charts. You can find them here:

  1. Adaptation Status Chart
  2. Remix Compatibility Charts

Or maybe you want the slides of the presentation, which are here (the PDF version).

If you wwant to remix anything in the slides (and if you know LATEX) what follows are all the files and some directions.

Here are the files:

  1. The actual one needs to make this with LATEX source: ECARP.tex.
  2. Required image files:
    1. CC-BY-SA.pdf
    2. poritz_net_jonathan_qr-code_colorful.pdf
    3. cert_webpage.pdf
    4. JP_world_participants_through_sep2020.pdf
    5. JP_US_participants_through_sep2020.pdf
    6. COinUS.pdf
    7. CO_OER_Report_2020_cover.pdf
    8. adapters_chart_orig.pdf
    9. License_Compatibility_Chart_orig.pdf
    10. license_range_for_OER.pdf
    11. acronym_key.pdf
    12. adaptation_color_key.pdf
    13. allowed_remix_status_chart.pdf
    14. allow_remix_status_color_key.pdf
    15. new_adaptation_chart.pdf
    16. remix_compatibility_chart.pdf
    17. remix_compatibility_color_key.pdf

On my machine, which is running Linux Mint "19.2 (Tina)" and which has a quite complete suite of texlive packages (including, crucially, texlive-base and texlive-latex-base; other required LATEX packages will be obvious to anyone who knows LATEX when looking at the \includepackage commands in the ECARP.tex source file), at the command line, I do the following in a directory containing the above files:

          pdflatex ECARP
          pdflatex ECARP

If you want just to download one archive with all of those files in it, you could use either of the following two choices: