Learn how Rebus' open publishing differs from traditional models by keeping diversity, equity, and inclusion in mind throughout the production cycle. Working with DIE in the principles of DEI is critical to creating valuable resources, and can have impacts beyond improving the quality of the OER.
Learn about effective approaches to connecting and scaffolding short assignments to meet larger course objectives.
Hypothesis and OER for NECC Faculty Registration link: https://hypothesis.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_doV0mymYQ66dbJhA8C0a6Q Please join us for an upcoming webinar, Using Social Annotation with OER, on Thursday March 2nd from 2:30-3:30pm EST. Christie DeCarolis from Hypothesis will review how...
Drawing on the Center for Urban Education’s equity-minded practices develop a straightforward way to implement more inclusive approaches to assessment and grading.
At this session, we will explore the basics of UDL and how OER can help us make strides towards inclusive, innovative teaching and learning experiences.
Learn about ethical and effective approaches to collaboration and project management and help students see the professional and personal benefits of completing highly-collaborative (and creative) coursework.
Through the Digital Textbooks and Materials Pilot, Lumen materials are currently available to your students at no cost. The Lumen team works with hundreds of institutions across the United States to provide high quality materials...
Learn about multimedia learning to designing and developing instructional materials and ways to increase engagement and knowledge retention as well as decrease cognitive overload.
In this session, we'll explain what we mean by accessibility, remediation, and the work this entails.
Student voices need to be central in OER projects, especially considering that they are the final users of these materials. In this session, we will showcase a range of OER that have been co-created with students.
his session will introduce H5P, a free tool that lets you create interactive content for your textbooks. We'll look at the range of content types in H5P, see examples from published textbooks, and highlight other tools you can use to make dynamic OER.
CIT Workshop: Welcome Students to Your Course Using the acronym O.N.E.
CIT Workshop: Creating Videos with Kaltura - Part 1
Learn how to make grading for your courses easier and more efficient for you and your students. In this workshop, you will learn how to set up and use the grade center inside your Blackboard...
CIT Workshop: Get Your Course Ready to Go Using CIT's Beginning of Semester Checklist!
CIT Workshop: Grading for Equity
CIT Workshop: Hypothesis - A Tool to Make Reading Active and Social
CIT Workshop: Make your Course Accessible to ALL Students
CIT Workshop: Creating a Course Navigation Video
CIT Workshop: Real-Time Teaching and Learning: Intro to LinkedIn Learning