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This is the first webinar in the "Getting Started" series from the Texas Digital Library. Lessons Learned in OER will... see more

Nicole Finkbeiner discusses what Rice University has learned about creating OER that impacts over 2.2 million students... see more

Linn-Benton Community College's Student Leadership Council (SLC) wrote this song about the potential of Open Educational... see more

Robin DeRosa, Director of the Open Teaching and Learning Lab at Plymouth State University, part of the University System... see more

The library profession has a long history of safeguarding user privacy, but how well do academic libraries protect... see more

On May 11, 2018, Open Oregon Educational Resources hosted a two-hour online program for Pacific Northwest librarians to... see more

Tracking student savings data is one of the most persuasive ways to demonstrate the impact of your OER program. The... see more

H5p is a free, web-based open-source tool for creating easy to share interactive content such as quizzes, matching games... see more

Student outcomes can be measured in many ways, but in online courses, we often talk about completion. OER can help reduce... see more

In this webinar, OER Librarian Amy Hofer provides an explanation of open educational resources. We’ll assume that you... see more

As OER programs mature, we’re starting to get more data on student outcomes – and not all of the results are positive.... see more

To celebrate Open Education Week, CCCOER held five 45-minute webinars, one per day, where faculty in a specific... see more

To celebrate Open Education Week, CCCOER held five 45-minute webinars, one per day, where faculty in a specific... see more

Networking Minds for Open Innovation, Solving Complex Problems (video), When you unleash the power of diverse points of... see more

This is a panel discussion with Textbook Affordability Pioneers "who are transforming their courses to use low or no cost... see more

This fake news poster explains fake news: its consumption, discernment, and instructional strategies. It links to... see more

Motivate students to revise their writing through self-publishing fiction, creating podcasts and YouTube videos, writing... see more

Too often, we're expecting students to learn material without asking them to do much of anything with it. Why is this a... see more

Open educational practices enable new ways for students to learn and create knowledge. In this video, you will hear from... see more

This is a recording of a webinar that was presented by the Open Education Consortium on October 17, 2018.  What happens... see more

This video provies digital tips and reading strategies online.

This website provides librarian interview podcasts that facilitate conversations about the innovative people & ideas... see more

Frontiers’ CEO, Kamila Markram, makes a case at TEDxBrussels for why open science is the key to innovation, economic... see more

A program by YouTube that helps young people to stay resilient and confident online and use their voice to drive social... see more