Sue Jones' OER presentation at the 2015 Faculty Summer Institue
Links to Resources
In order of the presentation (best attempt at getting slide numbers right)
Slide 2: www.twitter.com #OERFSI http://resourceroomblog.wordpress.com
http://www.parkland.edu/resources/cas/ Center for Academic Success at Parkland College
Slide 3: http://lincs.ed.gov/ -- Literacy Information and Communication System “professional learning community for adult educators that provides access to resources, professional development, and a connected network of practitioners.”
Slide 4: https://lincs.ed.gov/programs/oerstem information about the “Train the trainer” pilot course for adult educators using Open Educational Reosuirces (OER) in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) instructional content.
Slide 9: http://www.ck12.org/arithmetic/Addition-of-Integers/ Link to the source of the image of the OER. CK12 resources are generally truly “open”
Slide 12:https://blended.online.ucf.edu/blendkit-course/ - Central Florida's "blended learning" course
http://www.broward.edu/academics/online/Pages/Free-College-Readiness-MOOC.aspx -- link to Broward College’s Free College Readiness Course in Reading, Writing and Math
Slide 12 & 13: https://www.oercommons.org/groups/adult-education-open-community-of- resources/45/information/ OER Commons adult education Open Community of Resources group.
Slide 23: http://www.slideshare.net/clintlalonde/tru-workshop -- “Finding and using OER” by Clint Lalonde
Slide 24: https://wiki.creativecommons.org/Frequently_Asked_Questions - has chart and detailed explanation of license compatibilities.
Slides26-28: http://oerconsortium.org/find-oer/ -- Recent, comprehensive list of places to find OER OERCOMMONS.ORG -- mixture of “open” and “free.” Searchable by topic; many activities have been evaluated.
https://www.illustrativemathematics.org/ Open resources with comments and critiques
http://www.col.org/ Commonwealth of Learning
http://www.goorulearning.org/ GOORU – aimed at K12
YOUTUBE – now has an option for creators to use “Attribute” option and search for same
http://www.openaccesstextbooks.org Open Access Textbooks
State by state: Lists state policies related to education, including Open Educational Resources http://sepc.setda.org/state/IL/instructional-materials/open-educational-resources/ -
http://ioer.ilsharedlearning.org/ “Illinois shared learning”
http://learningregistry.org/ lists resources and more
http://florida.theorangegrove.org/og/access/home.do -- Florida's collection
Slide 29-31: http://www.cpalms.org/terms/terms.aspx -- Terms and conditions for CPALMS educational resources page
Slide 33: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1- s7BGZLUFXIav4KkHnmxQcB6oNsm9wdEN34P_9JLoNo/edit -- the editable (by you :)) Google Doc that we are adding our found OER to
Slide 36-37: http://www.floeproject.org/ Flexible Learning for Open Education
http://easi.cc/ Equal Access to Software and Information
https://teal.ed.gov/tealguide/udl - Universal Design for Learning
http://disability.illinois.edu/accessible-it-group/training/accessible-design-using-aria-and-html5- meet-wcag-20-requirements - course in creating accessible websites
http://fullmeasure.co.uk/powertalk/ Creating Accessible Powerpoints (from Microsoft) -- a site with a “powerpoint reader” (free) that also explains how to design powerpoint shows so that they can be read.
Slide 39www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vk9vIKT8FRs Video about how to use the editor (including limitations)
Slide 40: http://www.educanon.com/curriculum/browse - Educanon
Slide 41: -- https://www.oercommons.org/contribute/ information about OERCOMMONS & open author the link to open author https://www.oercommons.org/open-author-help -- (displays poorly in Chrome; a better site is in the works)
https://www.techsmith.com/jing.html Jing( free screencapture)
http://www.techsmith.com nagIt and Camtasiamany editing features
Slide 44: Camtasia Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7seSZEcZE3o “The Stories Numbers Tell”
Slide 48: https://goo.gl/X3exxS Leecy Wise’s Lesson Plan for teaching measurement, including CK-12 resource that can be adapted
Slide 49: cK-12 “customize” screenshot (must sign in to access, so no link :))
https://blended.online.ucf.edu/blendkit-course/ Link to information about the “blended learning” course from the University of Central Florida
http://www.tru.ca/distance -- example of school developing credentials and degrees built on open resources.
http://www.openculture.com/freeonlinecourses list of lots of free online courses.
GO FOR IT :) :) :)