Mastering Creative Commons and OER: How to Develop and Share Engaging Resources for the Hybrid Classroom
3:00-4:00pm, 208 Self Hall
This session focuses on creating and using open/free resources for our hybrid classes. In this session, we discover ways to Creative Commons license your classroom material and how you can adopt Creative Commons licensed material from other instructors. We also examine the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) and find ways to utilize them in the hybrid classroom to engage with our students creatively. OERs allow us to reach a greater number of students and increase inclusion in the classroom.
open educational resources, OER, Faculty Commons, DISCOVERing Strategies for Successful Student-Centered Teaching series
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Educational Methods | Educational Technology | Higher Education and Teaching
Sciuchetti, Mark, "Mastering Creative Commons and OER: How to Develop and Share Engaging Resources for the Hybrid Classroom" (2022). 2022 | Faculty Commons Presentations. 9.