New OER Resource Showcase - Shared screen with speaker view
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I just arrived. Can someone re-paste the link in the chat please?
The ASCC website mentioned earlier: asccc-oeri.org/
Mai Soua Lee
This is wonderful! Thank you all for your work in OER.
So excited about this new resource!
Very excited to have this resource available.
Soooo happy about this!
Absolutely wonderful! Thank you.
Is this text intended for a one-unit course?
This is great!
For 1 or 3 units information literacy courses.
This is awesome!!!
What does reverse image search mean?
Awesome job! Thank you!
love this book. I've already shared it to our librarians here at Merced College and they are excited about it as well
Congratulations on such a wonderful accomplishment!
COS librarians are planning to use this book for our new 3 unit class (LIBR 150 - Research Skills for Lifelong Learning).
Is there a general canvas course template that can fit for OER? ( I am planning on doing Quality Matter Template)
Could you please put the link to the Canvas course here? Thanks
I like the "almost there" rubric option. I always struggle with deciding what to call the partial credit options in Canvas rubrics.
This is amazing! Thank you for all of your work!
Yes! Our English faculty are really excited about it, too
Is the ACRL framework integrated into the text?
I'm totally thinking about using parts for my biology course!
you may have already answered this...are the individual modules importable from CC or only the entire course?
Why not include CMS?
This is such a great model to follow for building any fully OER course!
Thank you so much for your kind words!
Thank you for sharing the link!
ASCCC can make it happen. :_)
I saw some microbio and human bio links...I thought there was something for botany as well which is one of the classes I have helped with at my school and I'm curious to see what there might be
This is such an amazing resource. CCCOER will plan to share widely with the community.
Thank you very much
Thank you! Very excited for this book!
This is so excellent. I am looking forward to integrating this into my credit course, and to sharing this with other instructors at my campus. I know the english dept. will love it too.
Thank you everyone for your kind words!!!
Thank you Aloha and Kelsey for your dedicated work and willingness to share. Wonderful!
Thank you for creating this book! We are so excited.
@Bryan. You can find the resources here: https://asccc-oeri.org/asccc-oeri-rfp-2020/ (botany is 3rd on the list)
Thank you! The book looks great! I have to leave, but thanks for the presentation.
Beautiful work. Thank you.
This is great. Is it possible to put a link to this Botany book in the Chat? Or, tell us where to find it.
BEAUTIFUL text, Melissa
looking forward to bringing this my campus
Are there any active response areas for student to deintify say, basic parts of some of these life cycles through the impressive images?
I might have missed this, but is this textbook complete and ready to use?
It looks beautiful.
Thank you, this looks great and so useful.
This is the lab manual that Maria Morrow had made previously. https://bio.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Botany/Book%3A_Botany_Lab_Manual_(Morrow)
This is the photographic atlas. https://bio.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Botany/Book%3A_A_Photographic_Atlas_for_Botany_(Morrow)
This is great!
Love the takeaways - so helpful
Link to LibreText, if possible
Thank you for asking. Here it is: https://socialsci.libretexts.org/Courses/Long_Beach_City_College/Race_and_Ethnic_Relations_in_the_U.S.%3A_An_Intersectional_Approach
This is great and will be really useful in my work in DEI.
This is an amazing resource. I love the richness of the content.
These OER resources are so important. Thanks to all for your thoughtful work and for taking it on and then sharing.
How do you share the book with students? or what link do you share with them?
Thank you to the authors and contributors of all of these resources. Truly inspiring and are excellent open and free learning materials for our CCC faculty and of course our students, and beyond!
These are all consistently rich resources! Could you speak a little about the development and review process?
Thank you! This looks wonderful!
Here is the link to post for use on CANVAS, which is shared with our students:
So the books open and are embedded in Canvas and students don’t have to leave the site to go to the textbook?
That's right. The link is right there in CANVAS
That is great! Thank you.
You can also import LibreTexts into your L<S via common cartridge: https://chem.libretexts.org/Courses/Remixer_University/LibreTexts_Construction_Guide/08%3A_Disseminating_Texts_and_Course_Shells/8.01%3A_Importing_LibreTexts_into_a_LMS
And it was 2020, so....
Janet, was your licensing expert a librarian?
Amazing resources, thank you to all for sharing!
Could you please show again how to access the resources in ASCCCOERI?
The botany book is the same. We have different licenses for each page depending on what resources we used.
Can please like the Canvas Commons shell?
Thank you all this was amazing
This is fantastic!
Can you please *link the Canvas Commons shell for this text?
Very helpful. Thank you!!
I'm so excited...thank you everyone for your hard work!
Thank you Sooo much!
Julie Hoigaard, Fullerton College says, Thank you!
Fantastic. Thank you everyone.
Thanks Suzanne and all — wonderful resources!!
For this last book.
Thank you very much. Great to see these new resources.
I may have misunderstood
Okay, thank you