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That's Mine! How to Cite, Modify, and Create OERs using Creative Commons
Open Educational Resource use is on the rise. Due to budget restraints and a general shift of sharing information, many institutions and creators are opening their creative works for other educators to freely use, modify, ...
Information Moshing: Open Educational Resources; What they are, Where they are, and What can we do with them.
Open Education Resources (OERs) are becoming more common throughout educational institutions; however, there is still a need for conversation and to promote the free resources that are available. OERs can be used as an ...
Navigating 21st Century Digital Scholarship: Open Educational Resources (OERs), Creative Commons, Copyright and Library Vendor License
Digital scholarship issues are increasingly prevalent in today’s environment. We are faced with questions of how to protect our own works as well as others’ with responsible attribution and usage, sometimes involving a ...
OER Handbook for Eastern North Carolina
For this project, we developed an introductory handbook giving interested educators a basic overview of Open Educational Resources (OER), and suggestions on how to integrate them into their courses. As the popularity of ...
Creating an Open Educational Resource: Exploring Ways That Libraries Can Support OER Publishing
Open Educational Resources (OER) have been gaining momentum in higher education and K-12 schools. OER are free, and often customizable, resources that can be used as textbooks or supplemental materials in the classroom. ...
Creating and Publishing Open Educational Resources: A How-to
As Open Educational Resources (OER) become more popular on college campuses, educators, librarians, and instructional designers are being charged with more involvement in OER initiatives. Along with these initiatives are ...