1 s2.0 S1877042813010422 main. GOING DIGITAL: Faculty Pespectives on Digital and OER Course Materials — The Campus Computing Project. Although the movement in course materials in colleges and universities is clearly from print towards digital, the survey data suggest it will be a slow process. Asked when they thought the majority of their course materials would be primarily digital, fully a fourth of the surveyed faculty indicated “never,” while another 9 percent said by fall 2022, and 17 percent indicated by fall 2020. In contrast, fully a sixth (16 percent) reported that majority of their current course materials were digital as of fall 2015, and a third (34 percent) anticipated primarily digital course materials by fall 2018. However, despite what appears to be faculty resistance to going digital for course materials, just over two-thirds (69 percent) of the survey participants agreed/strongly agreed that they have used or would like to use “curricular materials that make use of adaptive learning technologies.”
Evaluating OER rubric - L9WC6X: RCampus. Achieve OER Rubrics Training Materials | Achieve. Below is a set of materials developed to help educators use and learn more about the Achieve Open Educational Resource (OER) Rubrics and OER Evaluation Tool. This includes a handbook, videos and set of presentation slides that give instructions on how to apply the rubrics and use the online tool, as well as examples of what different ratings mean under each rubric.
The information included in in the handbook, videos and slides is meant to mirror one another, with specific examples included in the handbook and slides. Multiple ways to read and share this information gives educators the opportunity to use the resource(s) that are most useful for them. Achieve Open Educational Resources Evaluation Tool Handbook Click the links below to view videos and download presentation slides that explain how to apply the rubrics and use the OER Evaluation tool. An Introduction to the Achieve OER Rubrics | Video ∙ Slides Rubric I: Alignment to Standards | Video ∙ Slides. AchieveOERRubrics. Paving the way toward inclusive Open Education Resources | floe. Resources for the Inclusive Classroom. Inclusive Design Research Centre. What do we mean by Inclusive Design? We have defined Inclusive Design as: design that considers the full range of human diversity with respect to ability, language, culture, gender, age and other forms of human difference.
The Three Dimensions of Inclusive Design At the IDRC and the Inclusive Design Institute we stress three dimensions of inclusive design: 1: Recognize diversity and uniqueness Inclusive design keeps the diversity and uniqueness of each individual in mind. 2: Inclusive process and tools The process of design and the tools used in design are inclusive. 3: Broader beneficial impact It is the responsibility of inclusive designers to be aware of the context and broader impact of any design and strive to effect a beneficial impact beyond the intended beneficiary of the design. The Relative Nature of Disability and Accessibility The IDRC reframes disability within the design context. Why not use the term Universal Design? The distinctions we wanted to make were: Categories - Evaluating Web Pages: Questions to Consider.
Evaluating Internet Resources | Georgetown University Library. Education Resources for Web Literacy. Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education | Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Filed by the ACRL Board on February 2, 2015. Adopted by the ACRL Board, January 11, 2016. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. PDF Version Print copies may be purchased from the Association of College and Research Libraries for $15.00 for a package of 10, including standard postage.
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This campaign to make freely adaptable content known as OER widely available has gathered momentum. Subsequently, a global community of OER producers has emerged and institutions are incorporating these resources into their teaching and learning strategies. OER is consistent with UNESCO’s constitutional commitment to “the free exchange of ideas and knowledge”. Learning materials freely available for adaptation and re-purposing can expand access to learning of better quality at lower cost. UNESCO with its partners has been working in this field since 2002 through the 1st and 2nd World OER Congresses and through related activities to support the use of OER to expand access to quality learning throughout life. Open Educational Resources. Big List of Resources - OER - Open Educational Resources - LibGuides at University of Pittsburgh.
16 OER Sites Every Educator Should Know -- Campus Technology. Open Educational Resources | Feature 16 OER Sites Every Educator Should Know By Dian Schaffhauser07/02/14 Open educational resources not only save students from triple-digit (or more!) Textbook costs, but they also allow instructors to mix-and-match content for a more personalized, engaging learning experience. Here are 16 resources that offer a wide range of content and tools to help implement OER in just about any course. 1) College Open Textbooks This site lists open textbooks organized by subject area, many of which have been peer reviewed for their suitability at community colleges. 2) Learningpod Pegged as the "largest library of free, online practice questions in the world, this Kaplan division teamed up with OpenStax to create questions sets specifically for its open textbooks. 3) Lumen Learning This OER-focused company provides open courses with "zero textbook cost.
Free Online Course Materials is a California State University MERLOT collection of over 35,000 open course materials. Subscribe To Topic. OER Commons.