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Analysis of QB@CC FMN in the implementation of OER Modules

Author(s): John Howard Starnes1, Sondra Marie LoRe2, Vedham Karpakakunjaram3, Joseph Esquibel4, Deborah Rook5, Kristin Jenkins6

1. Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College 2. National Institute of STEM Evaluation and Research (NISER) 3. Montgomery College 4. Lansing Community College 5. BioQUEST 6. University of Texas, Austin

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Poster about the use of QB@CC modules in a faculty mentoring network. Presented at the 2021 BIOME Institute.

Licensed under CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International according to these terms

Version 1.0 - published on 27 Jul 2021 doi:10.25334/2H1R-ZS97 - cite this


The Quantitative Biology at Community Colleges (QB@CC) project is working to develop open educational resources in the form of quantitative modules that can be used in mathematics and biology courses.  It is important that these modules are vetted across different courses and formats. Faculty mentoring networks (FMNs) provide support for implementing new teaching content into courses, and provides a way to disseminate these modules for QB@CC.  In the Spring of 2021, using the Quantitative Undergraduate Education and Synthesis (QUBESHub) platform, previously published QB@CC modules were used in a faculty mentoring network that met bi-weekly over the course of the semester.  As a result of the of the FMN, faculty participants created adaptations to the published QB@CC resource modules to make them better suited for their courses. The participating faculty indicated a greater willingness to share personally developed teaching resources, and believed that having pedagogical conversations with other faculty was highly valuable in implementing these modules.  These adaptations and original modules are collated at QB@CC.  

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