In this session, participants will have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of first-time and expert level faculty and student teams who have implemented methods of open pedagogy. The robust conversation will provide insight into the lived experiences of those actively engaged in OER.
Interested in Open Educational Resources (OER), but not sure where to start? Join us and learn all about the Open Library, it’s publishing platform, and some basic information to help you get started on your journey to Open!
This webinar session will focus on strategies for using open educational resources to address digital accessibility of teaching and learning materials for learners with sensory, physical, and learning disabilities. Presented by Cynthia Curry, of the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning (AEM Center) at CAST, in conversation with Vanessa Clark and Aujalee Moore of the Oregon Department of Education, a state agency that is deeply engaged in this work with educators, and facilitated by Amee Evans Godwin of ISKME and the #GoOpen National Network.
Have you thought about creating your own open educational resource? Abbey Elder has some great ideas for you in this chapter, excerpted from her excellent OER Starter Kit.