Open Educational Resources (OER) provide a wealth of materials that further develop and enrich an educator’s storehouse of instructional materials. While our access to these resources are at no cost, finding them can prove challenging. Where can we access the most effective and reliable databases? How can we ensure the quality of the OERs we are considering for our own instruction?
In this Micro-MOOC, we will explore the ever-expanding landscape of OERs and participate in the communities efforts to map the location and ensure the quality of them. In a roundtable webinar, we’ll hear from the experts (including Cable Green and David Wiley) about effective practices for finding OERs and learn how to leverage those practices for our own resource gathering. We’ll also explore pedagogical methods for implementing OERs to ensure the intended impact on our learners.
Via Heiko Idensen