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Tags: OER

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  1. SCORE/Hewlett Mini grant celebration - Feb 2, 2021 - YouTube

    25 Mar 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Carrie Diaz Eaton1, Michelle Smith2, Amee Evans Godwin3, Cynthia Jimes3, Erin Vinson4, Brian Winkel5, Ben Galluzzo6

    1. Bates College and QUBES 2. Cornell University 3. ISKME 4. University of Maine 5. SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations 6. Clarkson University

    This is a recording of the presentations of results and lesson learned and panel discussion by recipients of the SCORE Network Collaborative Pilot Projects Program - Feb 2, 2021.

  2. STEM OER Accessibility Framework and Guidebook

    25 Jan 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Cynthia Jimes1, Amee Evans Godwin1, Sean Fox2, Anastasia Karaglani1, Nick Lobaito1

    1. ISKME 2. SERC

    This framework, developed by ISKME in partnership with SERC, provides a practical reference for curators and authors of STEM OER, with 23 accessibility criteria, or elements, to reference as they...

  3. The QUBES Resource System: Integrating open educational practices into diverse education reform communities

    28 Oct 2019 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Sam S Donovan1, Drew LaMar2, Hayley Orndorf1, Sarah Prescott3

    1. University of Pittsburgh 2. College of William and Mary 3. University of New Hampshire

    Presentation on the QUBES Resource System given at the 16th Annual Open Education Conference

  4. The Role of School Librarians in OER Curation: A Framework to Guide Practice

    Collections | 18 Oct 2019 | Posted by Lisa Petrides

  5. Use of Peerwise and Twitter in Open Pedagogy

    10 Oct 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):

    By Sarah Prescott

    University of New Hampshire

    This presentation will demonstrate the use of two open tools (Peerwise and Twitter) to engage students in creating and discussing course content.