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Session 07C | OER Plug And Play: De-mystifying OER for Faculty Using Brightspace
This presentation will show faculty how to apply the OER Plug and Play strategy to their own campus OER outreach efforts. It will also demonstrate to faculty how to utilize OER and other no cost resources in a learning ...
Session 09A | Lights, Camera, Action - Creating Engagement with OER Materials
This workshop will examine the possibilities that OER materials have to offer in terms of finding suitable material, creating video, electronic flashcards, and other interactive student activities that will allow students ...
Session 10B Lightning Talks | Beyond OER: Exploring Other Opportunities to Reduce Student Costs
In this presentation, Dr. Rob Austin McKee will discuss some options for course materials that do not meet the definition of Open Educational Resources (OER), but that may still help us reduce costs for our students. He ...
Session 16 | State of OER in Texas
This session will give all participants an overview of recent OER initiatives in Texas.
Session 03C | Changing the Narrative with Pre-Service Teachers: From Copyright Restrictions to Creative Commons Permissions & OER
This presentation follows an academic librarian/faculty member partnership, formed with the original intent to instruct teacher candidates about copyright restrictions in education, as it transformed into a project involving ...
Session 04B | Community Building: Using Peer Review to Engage Librarians and Faculty in the Design of an OER Community of Learning
How can faculty become engaged - and more importantly - involved, in the use and promotion of OER? What kind of program will meet an important need and encourage long-term buy-in? How can faculty contribute to the enrichment ...
Session 17A | Authoring, Adopting, and Using an OER Textbook for a Business Ethics Course
From the perspective of an author and a faculty user of an OER textbook, this presentation will address three questions:1. What is involved in creating/authoring an OER textbook? 2. What are the on-the-ground benefits of ...
Session 19 | Student Panel and Open Texas 2021 Closing Plenary
(Texas Digital Library, 2021-03-12)
A panel of students from Houston Community College, University of Houston-Downtown, and University of Houston, as well as other student groups, will come together to discuss their experiences with textbook prices, open ...
Session 13A | The OER Life Cycle: Guiding Faculty Members Through the Process of OER Development
This presentation recounts how the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning (COERLL) at the University of Texas at Austin employs the "OER life cycle" (Gurell, 2008) as a practical guide for faculty-led ...
Session 18A | Virtues of Open Beyond Cost: Collaborative, Community-Driven, Locally-Focused
In addition to presenting the “virtues of open,” two authors of the project will demonstrate the customization tools that facilitate the collaborative and community-driven nature of the new panOpen Texas Government text ...