The creators of "Open Educational Resources" (OERs) are willing to share their work on the internet. The Creative Commons definition of OERs makes clear that OER creators have expressly chosen to share their content:
K to 12 teachers share resources in many ways on the Internet: blogs, wikis, social media, web sites, and by specifically assigning their content a Creative Commons license that allows a level of sharing. Read more about Creative Commons licenses here: https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/licensing-types-examples/
View the video to learn more about the value of open educational resources for teachers.
Blake, D. (2012, June 5). Why open education matters [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/gJWbVt2Nc-I?list=PL741678F352148469