Join librarians Memo Cordova and Elisabeth Shook for a session that will cover Open Educational Resources (OER) and Creative Commons licensing as part of the OER Lunch & Learn Webinar Series on Thursday, September 3rd at noon via Zoom:
OERs may take the forms of many types of teaching materials, including lesson plans, assessment tools, and textbooks. The creation of OER relies on the open sharing of resources through the ability to reuse, remix, and distribute. This session will provide attendees with the ability to find and reuse existing material to create new open educational resources. Participants will be led through a process of search and discovery, and gain an understanding of Creative Commons licensing.
The next OER Lunch & Learn session will be on September 17 for the “Pathways Project Showcase” with Kelly Arispe and Amber Hoye from the World Languages Department.
To attend one or more of the OER Lunch and Learn Webinars, please register beforehand using this registration link. This free webinar series is open to all.