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4434Locating, Creating, Licensing and Utilizing OERs (OER-101)
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We believe that Open Educational Resources (OERs) are the future of education, and that learners and educators everywhere benefit from their proliferation and use. The goals of OER-101include defining OERs, demonstrating how to create and interact with them, and exploring how to include them in the teaching and learning processes. The course materials have been designed and chosen with practicality, simplicity, and applicability in mind. Participants in the course are strongly encouraged to submit the OERs they develop to an OER repository under a Creative Commons license.Beth Burns — Instructional Designer, Buffalo State; Adjunct English Instructor, Genesee Community CollegeMark McBride — Coordinator of Library Instruction and Coordinator of Library Liaison ProgramKathleen Stone — Coordinator for Curriculum and Instructional Design for the Science, Math, and Technology area in the center for Distance Learning at Empire State CollegeSarah Morehouse — Information Resources Coordinator (Librarian) at Empire State CollegePatrice Torcivia — Instructor with SUNY Empire State College Center for Distance Learning and International ProgramsGreg Ketcham — Assistant Director, Distance Learning Division of Extended Learning, SUNY OswegoDave Wolf — Academic Support Technologist for Empire State CollegeFutureLearn: Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
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The Open University (UK) is forming FutureLearn: a consortium of 21 universities, as well as cultural players such as the British Museum, British Library, and British Council to provide Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). FutureLearn's pilot program began this Fall 2014.Topology
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Topology is generally considered to be one of the three linchpins of modern abstract mathematics (along with analysis and algebra). Recently, topology has an important components of applied mathematics, with many mathematicians and scientists employing concepts of topology to model and understand real-world structures and phenomena. Topology is the study of shapes:Including their properties, Deformations applied to them, Mappings between them and Configurations composed of them. Here we can learn this course with the help of provided study materialBeginning Algebra Module 2: Linear Equations I
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This module (eCouse) is designed to standalone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of Linear Equations from point and slope equations. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence for the course Beginning Algebra.Beginning Algebra Module 3: Linear Equations II
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This module (eCouse) is designed to stand alone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of Linear Equations II from point and slope equations. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence for the course Beginning Algebra.Beginning Algebra Module 5: Variable Expression I
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This module (eCourse) is designed to stand alone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of Variable Expresions using properties of real numbers and rules of exponentiation. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence for the related course in Beginning Algebra.Beginning Algebra Module 6: Variable Expression II
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This module (eCourse) is designed to stand alone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of Variable Expressions. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence for the course Beginning Algebra.Beginning Algebra Module 7: Factoring
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This module (eCourse) is designed to stand alone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of factoring polynomials. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence for the course Beginning Algebra.Beginning Algebra Module 8: Graphing Polynomial Equations
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This module (eCourse) is designed to stand alone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of Graphing Polynomial Equations. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence for the course Beginning Algebra.Beginning Algebra Module 1: First Degree Equations and Inequalities with One Variable
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This eCourse (module) is designed to stand alone as an instructional tool to cover the topic of First-Degree Equations and Inequalities in Beginning Algebra. Learners would benefit by reviewing modules in sequence.