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Learn about the 3 E's of Open Educational Resources-OERs

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Learn about OERs that engage, enable, and enhance student learning.

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Interactive resources for teaching

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Hi John. I've signed up for this workshop but am not able to attend the live session ... am hoping a recording will be available. Thank you for hosting this!
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If you have any questions or comments feel free to post them here and there is a recording of the session that I can share.
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The 1st Handbook for Interactive Open Educational Resources is now available.

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The Babson OER Survey and the Future of OER Adoption

The Babson OER Survey and the Future of OER Adoption | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it
The Babson OER Survey is incredible. If you care at all about OER, you absolutely need to read it. Then go read what Phil has written at e-Literate and 20 Million Minds. Go ahead. I'll wait. The po...
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Open VA - Open Educational Resources Panel - YouTube

Open Educational Resources Panel To see all of the live streams for today's event go to http://openva.org/live/
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Features | Educators | REVEL | Pearson

Features | Educators | REVEL | Pearson | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it
REVEL is an immersive learning experience that enlivens familiar and respected course content with media interactives and assessments. Designed for the way today's students read, think, and learn, REVEL empowers educators to increase engagement in the course, to better connect with students, and to break through to learning reimagined.
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Interactives are going to be increasingly embedded into learning content along with immediate feedback/assessment making today's textbooks seem outmoded. #edtech #oers #highered #elearning #educators #acle #ala 

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Interactives are going to be increasingly embedded into learning content along with immediate feedback/assessment making today's textbooks seem outmoded.

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Slides from the Wiley Learning Institute iOERs webinar/webcast

How do we captivate our students and gain their full attention in the digital world? This session focuses on how we can move beyond traditional course resource…
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Learn about the 3 E's of Open Educational Resources-OERs

Learn about the 3 E's of Open Educational Resources-OERs | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it

Click HERE to register.

John Shank's insight:

Learn about OERs that engage, enable, and enhance student learning.

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Grisell Rodriguez's curator insight, August 15, 12:01 PM

Interactive resources for teaching

Margaret Driscoll, Learning Organization Librarian's comment, August 16, 2:38 PM
Hi John. I've signed up for this workshop but am not able to attend the live session ... am hoping a recording will be available. Thank you for hosting this!
John Shank's comment, August 21, 2:04 PM
If you have any questions or comments feel free to post them here and there is a recording of the session that I can share.
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The roles of libraries and information professionals in Open Educational Resources (OER) initiatives

The roles of libraries and information professionals in Open Educational Resources (OER) initiatives | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it
Link: The roles of libraries and information professionals in Open Educational Resources (OER) initiatives (pdf) Link: Executive Summary (pdf) Executive Summary This report contains the findings of...
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To speed up adoption/access to OERs librarians need to play a more active role & think about how we can integrate them into our collections/communities resources.

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Review of iOERs: 

A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What’s Out There...

Review of iOERs: <br/><br/>A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What’s Out There... | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it

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The 1st review of a book you wrote is always exciting to read. I am looking forward to the ones that follow too. 

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eCampus News How digital publishing is changing higher education » eCampus News

eCampus News How digital publishing is changing higher education » eCampus News | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it

"Today’s college freshmen class, in particular, has been using smartphones or tablet devices for more than six years, according to a recent IDC study commissioned by Adobe."

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Digital publishing has the potential to reinvent the nature of the book from more passive & reflective to engaging & interactive. The book of the future will seamlessly blend text, sound, graphics, video, as well as embedded social networking tools, games, simulations, and interactive tutorials/animations across many device platforms. Also, personalized learning analytics will enable books to become more customized to the readers skills, knowledge, abilities, and interests.  

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Shank publishes first book written on interactive open educational resources | Penn State University

Shank publishes first book written on interactive open educational resources | Penn State University | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it
John Shank, instructional design librarian at Penn State Berks, has written the first book on interactive open educational resources. An invaluable tool for college faculty and students -- as well as high school teachers -- the book titled "Interactive Open Educational Resources: A Guide to Finding, Choosing, and Using What's Out There to Transform College Teaching" was published by JB, a division of Wiley. There will be a book signing event from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 in the campus' Bookstore. Light refreshments will be served.
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Press release for campus book signing event @ Penn State Berks.

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The Handbook for Interactive Open Educational Resources

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This is the book site to learn more about the JB and ACRL book on finding, choosing, and using interactive open educational resources (OERs)
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Interactive Open Educational Resources: Shank will be available to discuss the book from 12:30-1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26., 2014, at the ACRL booth (#1045) at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philad...

Interactive Open Educational Resources: Shank will be available to discuss the book from 12:30-1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26., 2014,  at the ACRL booth (#1045) at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philad... | The iOER Handbook | Scoop.it

"Recent faculty surveys show that some of the most difficult challenges instructors face when teaching are motivating and engaging their students, while making connections to critical course content. And today’s students are “digital natives”—a generation who like to be able to watch, listen, read, and interact with their technology-rich environment. Consequently, interactive learning resources in various formats (including multimedia tutorials, modules, games and simulations) are rapidly becoming vital learning resources for faculty and students to enhance both classroom and online learning. Unfortunately, it is difficult and confusing for faculty, librarians and students to locate and utilize existing high-quality interactive learning resources."

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Beyond Books: The Next Generation’s Academic Learning Library by John Shank on Prezi

Presentation for the Penn State LFO Research Colloquium on 2/22/12...
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Learning the Net Generation Way @ Berks by John Shank on Prezi

Interactive, Online Educational Resources Discovery Service...
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A Blended Librarian who is stirred by innovation not mixed up by it.



Newly appointed director, Head of the Boscov-Lakin Info. Commons & Thun Library, at Penn State Berks. A Library Journal 2005 Mover and Shaker.