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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...
Slides for the presentation given as a part of the ABC Copyright 2020 Fall Speaker Series, hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.
Copyright and Fair Dealing: Lessons Learning in COVID-19 Quarantine
Presentation delivered as a part of 2021 Fair Dealing Week hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office and the Lower Mainland Consortium (SFU, UBC, Langara, KPU, VCC, and BCIT).
Design vs. Pedagogical Considerations for OERs
This presentation examines the tension between design principles for Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the pedagogical needs for class/course materials. Designing OERs for maximal use requires considering several facets including intellectual property concerns, considerations for...
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...
Lifelong Learning and Open Educational Resources
Open educational resources (OER) provide all kinds of libraries a practical and effective way to facilitate lifelong learning. This presentation examines the multiple roles librarians can play in regard to OER. The presentation concludes with an overview of OER initiatives currently underway at...
OER Presentation for the SLIS Teaching Symposium (2017)
This presentation was made for the 2017 SLIS (School of Library and Information Studies) Teaching Symposium. The presentation covers a brief overview of OER, some issues and considerations in the use and creation of OER and a brief review of the development of OER in relation to LIS 598...
Open Educational Resources (OER): Background and Some Considerations
This presentation provides some basic information on Open Educational Resources (OER), discusses the roles of libraries/librarians and addresses some considerations in designing and using OER.
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).