Faculty interested in learning more about open educational resources (OER), are invited to attend an Overview of OER. Led by DLIT’s Bill Knapp & Megan Stewart, and librarian Sophia Brewer, you will be introduced to helpful resources including OpenStax, Minnesota OER Commons, Khan Academy, and more.
- Wednesday February 6, 10-11
- Thursday February 7, 2-3
The sessions will be held in 123 LRC LIB – enter that room through the Library Lobby. Register for either the Feb. 6 or Feb. 7 session on the Center for Teaching Excellence website.
See the OER Subject Guide for more information.
Is the thought of OER overwhelming…
Come get a brief overview of OER from a librarian’s perspective.
What are Open Educational Resources (OER)?
What is Creative Commons and what does copyright have to do with it.
What are the best sources for OER?
Also, learn how librarians can help.
Librarian Sophia Brewer will share what she has learned about Open Educational Resources (OER) and how they are being used on college campuses.
Wednesday, March 1 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
LRC LIB 206
Today, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art made history my implementing an Open Access policy. The Met has made “images of artworks it believes to be in the public domain widely and freely available for unrestricted use, and at no cost, in accordance with the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) designation and the Terms and Conditions of their website. Also available is data from the entire online collection―both works it believes to be in the public domain and those under copyright or other restrictions.” Met content will also soon be available within ArtStor, one of GRCC’s licensed databases, where it will provide students and faculty even more robust search results.
For additional image resources, see the [Image] tab on the Multimedia & Image Subject Guide. For more on Creative Commons, view this archived webinar, The Beauty of Some Rights Reserved – An Introduction to Creative Commons Licensing, from the Michigan Community Colleges Association.