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Session 17C | How Would You Teach if Copyright Wasn’t in the Way? Reimagining Open Education with the Best Practices in Fair Use and Fair Dealing for Open Education
This session introduces the Code of Best Practices for Fair Use and Fair Dealing in Open Education and invites participants to explore the opportunities it creates. We will lead a discussion about the Code and walk through ...
Session 16 | State of OER in Texas
This session will give all participants an overview of recent OER initiatives in Texas.
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 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 ...
Session 17B | One Step at A Time: Transforming Three Lock-Step Courses to The Alternative Textbook Format
This session aims to alleviate any fear professors may have in transforming a course from a regular format using textbooks to an alternative textbook format. While this seems to be a daunting undertaking, many already have ...
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 15C | What Students Want: Advocating for OER Amid Other Course Material Models
The students, faculty, and administrators at every school come together to create a unique campus environment. Because each school is unique, every college and university has different course materials initiatives, some ...
Session 15A | Making Our Classrooms and Institutions More Open and Equitable
This workshop will allow participants to evaluate their syllabi for inclusivity of non-traditional students, to explore the use of diverse images to enhance student engagement, and to understand how OER and Open Pedagogy ...
Session 13C | The OER Equity Blueprint: Work from the Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success Collaborative
This interactive session will introduce participants to the OER Equity Blueprint, developed by the Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success Collaborative. It also will allow participants to delve more deeply into the ...
Session 14A | Assessing the Efficacy of OER in Lifelong Learning Competencies
Beginning in September 2020 OER scholars from multiple institutions across the state of Oklahoma were funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences for a three-year research project to research and develop a toolkit ...