Using Open Educational Resources In Your Class






Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Time: 3:30-4:45pm
Presenter(s): Paul Blaschko, Philosophy, Assistant Director of Research & Outreach at NDIAS, Kathryn Mulholland, Associate, Catlin Schalk, Graduate Associate, ND Learning | Kaneb Center

Description: Open Educational Resources (OERs) are free educational materials that are publicly available (usually online) for use in the classroom. In this workshop, we’ll explain some of the advantages of using OERs (as opposed to traditional textbooks or other course materials), give multiple examples of OERs and illustrate how they’ve been incorporated into classes, and detail strategies for finding and incorporating these resources into your own course.
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