Grant Requirements: Open Licensing and Intellectual Property

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The Department of Labor’s competitive grant awards represent investments in the next generation of open educational resources (OER) by requiring that DOL-funded intellectual property developed under competitively-awarded grant programs, including digital content, be openly licensed for free use, adaptation, and improvement by others.

This one-pager provides information on how to openly license the required materials.  For more information on the types of grant-funded products required to be openly licensed, please refer to your program’s Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), terms and conditions of your grant, and program-specific policy resources.

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Posted: 5/13/2019 9:21 AM
Posted By: Alexander Hollister
Posted In: H-1B Strengthening Working Families Initiative
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