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OER and Philosophy - Shared screen with speaker view
Christopher Smith
29:45
Is there an evidence source for the <1/2 students open textbook?
Amber Katherine
30:16
Please put the link in the chat
Dave Dillon (he him his)
30:47
https://asccc-oeri.org/open-educational-resources-and-philosophy/
Marnie Binder
30:57
Thank you!
Ryan Edwards
34:54
What about accessibility? I've noticed that some works in Project Gutenburg are not that accessible.
Ryan Edwards
38:11
Ok; thanks.
Andrew Jones-Cathcart
38:32
I've taken some non-accessible texts and converted them to PDFs or other file-types, and they can be tweaked to become accessible.
Ryan Edwards
41:36
Are your OER Textbooks available in LibreTexts?
Ryan Edwards
45:31
Ok; thanks. I'm trying to get our Ex Libris software vendor to index LibreTexts in Alma and Primo (for library catalog discovery, reserves, etc...) Ex Libris is reviewing LibreTexts now for possible inclusion in their discovery products. Alma and Primo are used by more than 2,000 libraries across the United States and the world.
Ryan Edwards
46:55
Making OER Discoverable in OneSearch:https://cclibrarians.org/outlook/february-2021/making-oer-discoverable-onesearch
Dave Dillon (he him his)
49:58
@Ryan: Terrific!
Dan Barnett
01:00:05
??? Are the “standard readings” changing for Philosophy in light of the anti-racist emphasis for California Community Colleges? Does anyone have a suggestion for “new” classic texts that are OER?
Dan Barnett
01:03:08
Thank you!
Ryan Edwards
01:03:57
Thanks for the information!
Max Parish
01:08:52
Noah, are you open to sharing your “pulling a quote” assignment instructions and grading rubric with the group - maybe in the followup email?
Noah Levin
01:11:01
Pick a passage from the reading for this Lesson that you think communicates an important idea, argument, or concept. From now on, you will have to find your own passage for the discussions and answer the questions based on the passage you have selected. Copy and paste it at the start of your response and then answer the following questions about it:1) What is the meaning of the passage you chose? Why is it important? What is its place in the reading as a whole?2) Do you agree with the author's views or beliefs on the passage? Why or why not?3) How is this passage relevant to your life? Can thinking about this passage improve your life in any way(s)? How and why - or why not?REMEMBER THAT YOU MUST MAKE 3 POSTS!!! These guidelines are for your first post, for your SECOND and THIRD posts, just respond to anyone’s posts with a substantive question or comment to keep the discussion going.
Gerald Cntu
01:11:46
Would you mind sending the link to your publishing press?
Brooke Ramos
01:11:52
Thank you! I need to run to another meeting.
Max Parish
01:11:54
Thanks!
Noah Levin
01:12:09
https://www.ngefarpress.com/p/blog-page.html
Gerald Cntu
01:12:13
Thanks!
Dave Dillon (he him his)
01:12:19
Thanks for joining and participating. Big thanks to Noah!