It’s been a while since we’ve posted here, but a great new resource has found its way onto the Feautor site — the “Becoming Liturgy” songbook — and it’s worth downloading. There are other great pieces up there, too — the Advent devotional book produced by the WCC, and “Oracíon de un Alcohólico Anónimo.” The site continues to get close to a 1000 hits a month, so don’t forget to share with your friends how useful it can be to upload their own materials.
Here’s a lovely compilation of web resources that help people to explain complicated issues of copyright and fair use in the US.
Here are multiple ways to get Chris Anderson’s new book “Free” for free.
Thanks to Anita for pointing me to this new document which outlines a set of best practices for fair use of online video.
Great news — we’ve now got flash streaming of uploaded videos working. So people can start to use the site to watch things that have been uploaded, as well as to download them locally.
Take a moment to read the Cape Town Open Education declaration, and determine if perhaps you can sign on to it and participate. I hope that www.feautor.org — the resource many of us have been working to create — might become a concrete platform or resource within which religious communities can participate in sharing open religious education resources. For more on open education resources more generally, this list is also useful.