Who can see your viewing activity?
Will the slides be available after the webinar?
Yes the slides and webinar will be archived
Thanks so much.
Could you share the slides so that we can use them for our campus outreach?
Sorry about that
Is the Utah study available online?
yes. the link is in the slide
Utah study: https://openpraxis.org/index.php/OpenPraxis/article/view/1081
That is why I transitioned to OER- to decolonize the content and images
@Janice - That is such an important aspect of the textbook!
May we all have a copy of this PPT?
The slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MwAf1iZaRa_Ys1gKgQrfUpa26dq7o79J/view?usp=sharing
For me, finding properly licensed materials that meet the OER criteria…need some guidance on that.
How about intentionally involving the library? That's worked on many colleges, but on others the librarians have been left out of the loop.
"petting zoos" for books, very funny =P
@Janice - we'll talk about training too, on the next slide. It is important!
I have to go to another Zoom meeting. Thanks so much for this webinar info - it was terrific!
You are welcome - thanks for joining us :)
Good idea! Thank you.
thank you both for a great webinar.
What Josh is talking about sounds more like release time rather than sabatticals.
Sacramento City College has provided at least one sabbatical to a single faculty member for an OER textbook, and it was a single-semester sabbatical.
This was a great presentation. THANK YOU!!! Signing off to attend another meeting.
Thank you for being here Janice