Hosted by BCcampus, the Open Education Challenge Series is a fun way to get a taste of open education practices. A challenge is a micro activity that you can do in 10 minutes or less that will cover a small aspect of open education. *Note that the facilitated challenge is over, but you can still do the challenges on your own!
August 2021 | OER Sprint is four (blended) days together: designing, developing, publishing, and reviewing open educational resources. Our workshop will focus on creating an OER infographic, image, or video. We will focus on using freely available tools and publishing content in the public domain, for free (using Creative Commons licenses). Free!
The OER Starter Kit Workbook is a remix of the OER Starter Kit to include worksheets to help instructors practice the skills they need to confidently find, use, or even create open educational resources (OER). We welcome instructors, librarians, instructional designers, administrators, and anyone else interested in OER to explore the OER Starter Kit Workbook.
Created to assist CUNY Librarians, faculty, staff & OER developers create accessible content and accessible Open Educational Resources (OER). Contains tips on creating accessible content and websites, accessibility of various OER platforms, and vendor accessibility information.
OSW2021 was a collaboration of the Open Scholarship Community Galway with the NUI Galway Library. We also had a special contribution from GMIT. OSW2021 happened from 10-14 May 2021. OSW2021 was virtual and all sessions were recorded.
A monthly webinar series on YouTube that examine complex questions in open textbook publishing and community engagement by Rebus Community and Open Textbook Network. Transcripts available here.
OER 101 This class is a brief introduction to Open Education Resources (OER) for faculty.
Introduction to Open Educational Resources This course serves as an introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) providing faculty with new options for selecting textbooks and other resources so they can make the best decisions for their students.