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Sept. 25 & Oct. 1: Open educational resources workshops

Posted by isulib on September 25, 2014

Learn how to incorporate free open educational resources into your courses. Stipends are available for faculty who want to explore this exciting opportunity. Workshops are open to all teaching faculty – instructors and lecturers included.

Learn. Adapt. Create. OER.

Interested in earning some extra money, and help your students succeed? Open Educational Resources (OER) may be what you are looking for. Attend one of our workshops, and learn how you can transform your course using freely available OERs. Workshops are open for all teaching faculty – instructors and lecturers included. Light refreshments will be served.

September 25, 2014 – 3:30 p.m. @HMSU 407

October 1, 2014 – 3:30 p.m. @ HMSU 321

http://libguides.indstate.edu/OpenAccess

When: September 25, 2014 or October 1, 2014

Starts at: 3:30 pm    Ends at: 4:30 pm

Where: For 9/25 – HMSU 407; for 10/1 – HMSU 321

Contact:
Heather Rayl, Emerging Technology Librarian – 812-237-2150
Heather.Rayl@indiana.edu

 

 

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Open Educational Resources Workshops: Librarian Presenting

Posted by isulib on September 23, 2013

Heather Rayl (Emerging Technology Librarian, Systems) will be presenting two workshops on the Open Educational Resources Strategic Plan Initiative this week. Although the information being presented is geared toward teaching faculty, all are welcome to attend to find out more about OERs, and how they are being implemented on campus. Both the workshops will have the same information.

  • Tuesday, Sept 24, Noon, HMSU 321
  • Wednesday, Sept 25, Noon, HMSU 421

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