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Monday, November 9 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Creating Open Resources: An Example

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This session focuses on a single journey to create a robust set of lecture slides and lecture video for an introductory astronomy course, focusing less on the material itself and more on the process of developing open educational resources (OER) from existing lecture material. The intention is to help highlight the process for anyone else who has thought about contributing to the growing collection of OER worldwide but wasn't sure what considerations should go into that development.

Learning Outcomes: This session is aimed at educators who may be interested in creating open resources but do not know where to start. Goals: 1) identify the steps needed to create robust resources, 2) examine obstacles or pitfalls to avoid, and 3) determine what to do with the completed product.

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Lauren Woolsey

Assistant Professor and OER Coordinator, Grand Rapids Community College


Monday November 9, 2020 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
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