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Blog Post
In early March, educators around the world will be celebrating Open Education Week. We thought this might be a good opportunity for those of us here at UNF to take stock of where we are and where we’ve come from in the realm of OER before charting a course for the future at this institution.
Blog Post
This faculty spotlight highlights an OER trailblazer who constantly thinks outside of the box, Beryl White-Bing, Virtual Learning Librarian at the Thomas G. Carpenter Library.
Apps and Tools
Lumen Learning offers affordable digital courseware & professional development resources to enhance effective teaching and increase student success.
Instructional Design
Regardless of what level of implementation you are in currently - from supplementing a textbook with OERs to teaching an entire course with only OERs - the following tips are best practices for finding and sharing online resources.
Blog Post
In honor of the upcoming OE Week (March 6-10), the Creative Team has put together some of our favorite OER staff picks to get you thinking about OER through the eyes of the Creative Team and in addition to costly, tightly controlled textbooks.
Blog Post
Commons is a learning object repository that enables educators to find, import, and share resources with other Canvas users across the globe. A digital library full of educational content, Commons allows Canvas users to share learning resources and import those resources into a Canvas course.
Blog Post
In order to respond to an increasing demand, UNF has adapted its OER Initiative to include new outlets for faculty to author their own OER content.
Blog Post
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are free, openly licensed course materials you can use in your courses instead of costly, tightly controlled textbooks. At UNF we support this philosophy by providing incentives for instructors to adopt OERs.
Blog Post
Instructors should reflect on their own practice by regularly considering how their course learning materials acknowledge diverse perspectives and seek to engage diverse and underrepresented populations.
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