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Open Education Resources (OER): Events & Outreach
This guide provides instructors a basic understanding of Open Educational Resources (OER), including how to find, evaluate, use, and adapt OER materials for their own curriculum.
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Events schedule and handouts
Quick Guide to OER handout
A visual guide on the value of OER.
OER, Grant Recipient Training, April 18, 2017
4 USC professors received mini-grants to integrate OERs into their curriculum for Fall 2017 courses. This presentation provided an introduction to OERs and a facilitated exercise to identify the best OERs for their courses.
Presentation handout, April 18, 2017
Provides a list of websites to identify high-quality OERs for college courses.
OER @ USC, Open Access Week, October 23, 2016
Open Access Week is an annual scholarly communication event focusing on open access and related topics. OERs represent an example of open access resources.
Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET) Teaching with Technology Conference, May 5, 2017
Teaching with Technology Conference will include an introduction on OERs for USC faculty.
USC Academic Senate meeting on OERs, April 26, 2017
Meeting with Academic Senate to discuss the need for widespread adoption of OERs on campus.
USC Libraries Student Advisory Committee, April 24, 2017
The Dean's Student Advisory Committee meeting will include a conversation about the role students can play in OER adoption at USC.
Center for Excellence in Teaching (CET) Course Design for Student Success: Incorporating Open Educational Resources (OERs), April 21, 2017
Hands-on training that focuses on incorporating OERs into course design and student success.
USC Libraries Faculty meeting, February 12, 2017
Faculty meeting provided an introduction to OERs for USC librarians and encouraged them to take a larger role in OER adoption.
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