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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Faculty Guide to Open Educational Resources

It's OER October at CCSF!

Keep an eye on this space! More events are coming soon! 

What is OER and how do I find it? 

Get a basic introduction from CCSF faculty in this Zoom Workshop

Friday October 8, 1:00pm

OER Drop-ins with Maggie Frankel, CCSF OER Librarian

Do you have questions about Open Educational Resources? Do you want on-the fly help finding OER? Drop into this zoom session Mondays in October at 10:00AM!
 Oct 4, 2021 10:00 AM
Oct 11 - Flex Day - No OER drop-in
Oct 18, 2021 10:00 AM
Oct 25, 2021 10:00 AM
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Want to do this another time or in email? Click OER Consultations for CCSF Faculty in the column on the left. 

1-on-1 Appointments with Shawn Wiggins in the Faculty Resource Center

Get 1-on-1 help finding OER, integrating it into your Canvas, and more with Shawn Wiggins . To make an appointment, go to the 

Faculty Resource Center Canvas shell. On the homepage of the shell, click the red "Make an Appointment" button. Click Shawn's name and select an available time that works for you. 

1-on-1 Appointments with Maggie Frankel in Zoom

Learn about OER, get help finding it and adding it to your Canvas, and learn about online library resources that are free to you and your students. Click OER Consultations for CCSF Faculty in the column on the left to get started. 

ASCCC OER Initiative Weekly Webinars!

OERI Weekly Webinars – October 2021

 

Implementing SB 1359 (Zero Textbook Cost icons)

Friday, October 1, 10:30 – 11:30am

Register for Implementing SB 1359 (Zero Textbook Cost icons)

Join colleagues from San Mateo Community College District for a discussion on strategies for implementing the ZTC icon on your campus. OER advocates from SMCCD will share how they worked with administration, enacted change, and overcame roadblocks. Lots of time for questions and discussion will follow the presentation.

OER for Administrators

Friday, October 8, 10:30 – 11:30am

Register for OER for Administrators

What should administrators know about OER? What do administrators want to know about OER? How do faculty advocate for OER with their administrators? Join us to discuss approaches to turning your administrators into OER supporters – and fellow advocates.

OER Basics for the Less Familiar

Friday, October 15, 10:30 – 11:30am

Register for OER Basics for the Less Familiar

This webinar will cover the basics for those that are newer to OER. In this webinar, you will learn more about what OER is, what it allows you to do, and compelling reasons to consider using OER in your teaching.

Saddleback College: Building Zero Textbook Cost Momentum Over 5 Years

Friday, October 22, 10:30 – 11:30am

Register for Saddleback College: Building Zero Textbook Cost Momentum Over 5 Years

The OER/ZTC movement has grown exponentially at Saddleback. Join us for a presentation on how we started with only six OER faculty and advanced OER/ZTC on our campus to now offer 26 ZTC Degree/Certificate Pathways. Topics include: beginning stages, building relationships around campus, stipends, marketing, and data.

Equity from the Start, Utilizing HEERF (Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds) for OER on your campus

Friday, October 29, 10:30 – 11:30am

Register for Equity from the Start, Utilizing HEERF (Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds) for OER on your campus

Faculty and staff from Contra Costa Community College District describe how they joined forces to transform small, independent OER efforts into a $500,000 districtwide program for student equity that is supported throughout the district. The presentation includes the program description, evolution, funding, success data, student comments, and take-aways for other colleges.

More OER events!

Math + OER: Integrating Open Educational Resources (OER) and Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) Into Your Online Math Course

November 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST

Open Educational Resources (OER) are more than just free textbooks. OER offer instructors the opportunity to create custom, equitable, and culturally relevant content for students. Join Professor Kyle Castro (Mt. San Jacinto College) as he shares his experiences adopting, adapting, and implementing OER in his face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses.

Registration link for Math + OER: Integrating Open Educational Resources (OER) and Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) Into Your Online Math Course


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