OpenOregon.org hosted three OER workshops for librarians this spring and the archives are now available.
Open Textbook Workshop For Librarians
Amanda Coolidge, Leva Lee, Erin Fields, and Amanda Wanner of BCcampus and BCOER Librarians shared information on developing open textbooks, coordinating efforts for supporting open education resource access and use, and librarian leadership through outreach and multi-institutional projects.
Library Ebooks as Course Content
Richenda Hawkins, Linn-Benton Community College; Ann Agee, San Jose State University; Naomi Moy, CSU Dominguez Hills; Liz Siler, UNC Charlotte; Dana Ospina, Cal Poly; and Niamh Wallace, University of Arizona are working on exciting projects to not only integrate library content into courses, but also to make the discovery process simpler for faculty and less labor-intensive for library staff.
Copyright and OER for Librarians
PCC librarian Rachel Bridgewater walks us through copyright and attribution considerations with respect to using open educational resources and library content as course materials.
Many thanks to the Portland Community College Disability Services team for captioning these videos.
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The webinar links are now updated. Many thanks to the Portland Community College Disability Services team for captioning these videos!
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