Open Education Resources – Webinars

OER – Beyond the Basics Open Oregon is offering two, free, OER webinars in May.  These “beyond the basics” sessions are useful for faculty that have found open content for their courses and now want training on implementation. Webinar Info Open Licensing May 9, 2-3pm Join the session Call-in only: 571-392-7703 | PIN: 906 635 885 172 More info: Slides and Handout (http://openoregon.org/events/event/open-licensing-webinar/) Assessment   May 10, 2-3pm Join the session Call-in only: 571-392-7703 | PIN: 833 970 032 669 More info: Slides and Handout (http://openoregon.org/events/event/oer-assessment-webinar/) Recordings will be made available on openoregon.org .

Open Education Week – March 7th – 11th

What is Open Education Week? Open Education Week’s goal is to raise awareness about free and open educational opportunities that exist for everyone, everywhere, right now.  We want to highlight how open education can help people meet their goals in education, whether that’s to develop skills and knowledge for work, supporting formal studies, learning something new for personal interest, or looking for additional teaching resources.   Who is contributing to Open Education Week? Open Education Week is coordinated by the The Open Education Consortium, an association of hundreds of institutions and organizations around the world that are committed to the ideals of open education.  Universities, colleges, schools and organizations from all over the world have come together to showcase what they’re doing to make education more open, free, and available to everyone. How can you participate? More information about Open Education Week can be found at: www.openeducationweek.org In addition there is an upcoming webinar about OER Adoption within the Pierce College District, in Washington State.   WEBINAR: OER Adoption – Student Voices Panel and Campus Faculty Development Date: Thur, March 10, 
Time: 10 am PST, 1:00 pm EST
 Student Voices Panel: A panel of students from the Pierce College District in Washington will share their thoughtful public dialogues, co-sponsored by the Center for Engagement & Learning, with faculty about lowering textbook costs through OER. Moderator: Quill West, OER Project Manager, Pierce College District Campus-wide OER Faculty Development: Sue Tashjian and Jody Carson co-chairs of the North Essex Community College’s

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