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Broadening Access to Knowledge: Considerations in Developing and Using Open Educational Resources (OER)
Broadening Access to Knowledge: Considerations in Developing and Using Open Educational Resources (OER)Download
Open Educational Resources (OERs) have the potential to enhance education across the globe by facilitating the sharing, reuse and adaptation of learning materials. The range of materials that constitute OERs is quite broad covering lecture materials, textbooks and entire courses at every level...
Developing Pre-Service Teacher Copyright Open Educational Videos: A Case Study
This presentation provides a case study in the design of a set of openly licensed, interactive, instructional videos on copyright in the K-12 Canadian context. Knowledge of copyright is important for teachers in the K-12 context given the multiple ways copyright protected works may be used. The...
Open Educational Resources in Higher Education and the Role of the Academic Library
A presentation to University of Alberta Libraries on the role of academic libraries in relation to open educational resources (OER).
Executive Summary: The following submission responds to many of the questions from the Alberta 2030: Building Skills for Jobs - Stakeholder Discussion Workbook and proposes that an important part of a modern, innovative, competitive and cost effective provincial post-secondary education system is...