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Professional Development Workshops: Open Educational Resources
Interested in learning more about Open Educational Resources and how they can be integrated into your classes? Join Collier Library and ETS as they welcome William Cross, Director of the Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center at North Carolina State University, for two days of presentations and workshops. Space is limited, so registration is required.
More Than Free: Understanding Open Licenses to Unlock the Power of OER
This one hour presentation will focus on Open Educational Resources (OER) and how they offer a powerful opportunity to reduce textbook costs so all students at UNA can participate on a level playing field. By building on open licenses, OER remove copyright confusion and support new kinds of teaching and learning. This introductory session will familiarize you with OER and the open licenses that make them so exciting. Come learn about the basics of copyright as it applies to education and see the ways that OER can transform your classroom.
This session will be presented twice on Monday, March 18th
For the 10am session (in the Collier Library Basement Classroom) register here: https://libcal.una.edu/event/5127576
For the 3pm session (in Collier Library Classroom 111) register here: https://libcal.una.edu/event/5127641
More Than a Textbook: Using Open Pedagogy to Unlock the Potential of Open Education
During this three hour workshop, Mr. Cross will discuss how open educational resources (OER) are more than free textbooks - they empower instructors to fundamentally transform the way they teach by moving beyond a static, commercial resource. By removing legal and technical barriers, OER enable new types of teaching and learning that do things a traditional textbook never could. Join us for a hands-on lunch and learn session where you will learn and practice strategies for open pedagogy that is more engaging, more equitable, and makes a difference in the real world.
Lunch will be provided for attendees.
This workshop will be presented on Tuesday, March 19th from 11am – 2pm in Collier Library Classroom 111
Register for the workshop here: https://libcal.una.edu/event/5127702