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Open Education Network Webinar

Online

Cancelled OEN Webinars introduce open educational resources, creative commons licensing, and the work with the Open Textbook Library at the University of Minnesota. Faculty participating in this webinar may review... Continue Reading →

Open Education Network Webinar

Online

OEN Webinars introduce open educational resources, creative commons licensing, and the work with the Open Textbook Library at the University of Minnesota. Faculty participating in this webinar may review an open textbook located in the Open Textbook Library (open.umn.edu) and receive a $200.00 honorarium once the review is completed. Registration Deadline is September 29. Questions?... Continue Reading →

OER FAQ: October

Online

Description: In this webinar, host Karen Pikula will answer questions that were commonly asked in OEN Webinars, Koffee with Karen, and the OER Learning Circles. Time will be allotted toward the end to answer any participant questions that were not answered. Submit an OER Question RSVP RSVP below to register and receive the Zoom URL... Continue Reading →

Free

Pressbooks: Getting Your Stuff Organized (Webinar)

Online

Description Pressbooks is a software that we have available to us in Minnesota that functions as a free publishing tool. It can help you gather your various teaching materials into one place for students, functioning as a text for a course. In this webinar learn how to set up a Pressbooks account and learn the... Continue Reading →

Free

OER Next Steps: Advocacy and Integration

Online

The 4th OER Librarian's Workshop Day has been reconfigured into a virtual format and presents 2 separate entry points for engagement based on background knowledge and experience. Entry Point #2: OER Next Steps: Advocacy & Integration October 9, 2020 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm View Entry Point #1 Description This virtual event is for... Continue Reading →

Free

Choosing a platform for your OER (Webinar)

Online

Part 1: Choosing a platform for your OER October 29, 2020 @ 1:00 - 2:00 pm Part 2 Part 3 Missed a webinar? Check the NED Resource Site for any available recordings or resources. Description Open Education Resources appear in many different formats and on many different platforms such as Pressbooks, Canvas, PDF, SoftChalk, and D2L. What are the... Continue Reading →

Free

Who do you need to know as part of the OER process? (Webinar)

Online

Part 2: Who do you need to know as part of the OER process? November 5, 2020 @ 1:00 - 2:00 pm Part 1 Part 3 Missed a webinar? Check the NED Resource Site for any available recordings or resources. Description Everything in higher education happens through a process of many people’s actions, including publishing... Continue Reading →

Free

Open Education Network Webinar

Online

OEN Webinars introduce open educational resources, creative commons licensing, and the work with the Open Textbook Library at the University of Minnesota. Faculty participating in this webinar may review an open textbook located in the Open Textbook Library (open.umn.edu) and receive a $200.00 honorarium once the review is completed. Registration Deadline is November 12 Questions?... Continue Reading →

OER FAQ: November

Online

Description: In this webinar, host Karen Pikula will answer questions that were commonly asked in OEN Webinars, Koffee with Karen, and the OER Learning Circles. Time will be allotted toward the end to answer any participant questions that were not answered. Submit an OER Question RSVP RSVP below to register and receive the Zoom URL... Continue Reading →

Free

Koffee with Karen: OER Community Conversations

Online

Topic: Using OER in your HyFlex Courses HyFlex is a course design model that presents the components of hybrid learning in a flexible course structure that gives students the option of attending sessions in the classroom, participating online, or doing both. Students can change their mode of attendance weekly or by topic, according to need... Continue Reading →

Free