Michigan Academic Library Association - Event Information


Event Name:What are Open Educational Resources, how do I find them, and how do they support student success?
Event Type(s):Interest Group Meetings/Events
Description:

Open Education Resources (OER) are educational resources in any form that are freely available and are licensed (usually under a Creative Commons license) with permissions that allow users to Retain, Reuse, Revise, Remix and Redistribute the content (commonly referred to as "The 5R Permissions of OER").

Veronica Bielat, Wayne State University Student Success Librarian, will lead this webinar which will introduce you to the 5R's, Creative Commons licensing, and resources you can use to discover quality licensed OER. We will also look at how the research that shows how adopting OER for your course can positively impact student success.

This webinar is appropriate for faculty, instructors, instructional designers, graduate teaching assistants, university staff and librarians who are new to OER and are interested in learning more.

Event Date:3/3/2020
Event Time:11:30 am - 12:15 pm
Location:online using zoom
Links:https://zoom.us/j/203971930
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