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Are you new to Open Educational Resources (OER)? New to the Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis project (QUBES)? Or maybe you're neither but would like some guidance on submitting adapted resources through QUBES. Adapting a Resource is here to help! This module can be completed any time at your own pace. While this module is written for a Faculty Mentoring Network (FMN) participant audience, the module is applicable to anyone adapting a QUBES resource. 

The group is open and you can look around  without joining, but to participate fully you will need to make a QUBES account and join the group


Getting Started

Joining the Group

Please review the instruction on logging in and creating an account.

  • If you have a QUBES account:
  • If you have a QUBES account, but have forgotten your username or password:
  • If you are new to QUBES:
    • Register for a QUBES account
      • Note: You'll need to confirm receipt of confirmation e-mail from support@qubeshub.org in order to complete registration.

Once you are logged in: Join the Adapting a Resource group

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Module Outline

After completing this module, you will be able to use the Adapting a Resource Knowledge Base Article to adhere to OER best practices when submitting adapted resources to the QUBES Resource Collection. This module will cover each step of the resource submission process in detail, highlighting connections between technical steps and best practices. The steps of the resource submission process and the topics of the module are outlined below:

  1. Licensing
  2. Getting Organized
  3. Adapting the Original
  4. Updating Content
  5. Describing Content
  6. Authorship
  7. Files & Licenses Revisited
  8. Distinguishing the Resource
  9. Review & Submission

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