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OER and the Hesitant - Testing the Waters - Shared screen with speaker view
Sheila Espy
21:37
Good morning. Sheila Espy, Mt San Antonio College
Jennifer Paris
27:33
Reposting this for those that joined after I first posted it: The archived webinars (and slides) are posted on this page: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
Jennifer Paris
29:03
Ihttps://asccc-oeri.org/resources/
Jennifer Paris
29:30
I am working on getting the PowerPoint loaded also.
Jennifer Paris
32:07
https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks
Jeanne Howard
32:36
I missed how you got to where you are and cant find it
Jennifer Paris
33:16
@Jeanne; https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks
Jennifer Paris
33:48
https://openstax.org/
Jeanne Howard
34:50
TY
Jennifer Paris
35:18
https://milneopentextbooks.org/
Jennifer Paris
37:54
https://open.bccampus.ca/browse-our-collection/find-open-textbooks/
Jude Baldwin
39:26
I am a new liaison and was just asked about accessibility and OER. I appreciate the mention you just made and it would be great if you could comment on accessibility as you show collections. Thanks!
Jeanne Howard
39:38
I have a question of how do we document and attach a license and does it need to be added to the course outline of record. How do we document on the COR?
Jennifer Paris
40:03
https://libretexts.org/
Jennifer Paris
41:37
Jeanne, you college may have a policy or standard practice about identifying OER on the COR. In general, as long as the OER is an equivalent to one of the books identified, you **should** be fine (just like you could use an equivalent commercial textbook).
Jennifer Paris
42:43
If you bring over an entire resource, the license should come with it. If it doesn't you would need to decide how to provide an attribution. You can use the Open Attribution builder to create those: https://www.openwa.org/attrib-builder/
Sarah Bosler
42:58
@Jeanne My campus requires that there is a “representative text” that supports the COR. So our process is that faculty on the Curriculum. Committee must add it to the COR and be approved to be used (in an ideal world).
Aloha Sargent (Cabrillo)
43:00
@Jeanne, we include OER in the COR at Cabrillo. We put the license in the publisher field in eLumen.
Jennifer Paris
43:21
Thanks, Sarah and Aloha!
Jennifer Paris
46:09
OERI website: https://asccc-oeri.org/resources/Open Textbook Library: https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooksOpenStax: https://openstax.org/Open SUNY: https://milneopentextbooks.org/BC Campus: https://open.bccampus.ca/browse-our-collection/find-open-textbooks/LibreTexts: https://libretexts.org/
Carrie Roberson
47:22
ECE OER Collaboration rocks, I feel 🍀
Jennifer Paris
47:32
Thanks, Carrie!
Anthony Lin
47:38
@Shagun - Which OER textbook sites have the test banks and ancillary materials other than OpenStax and LibreTexts?
Jeanne Howard
47:47
Thank you so much for all these great link
Anthony Lin
48:59
Thank you both!
Aloha Sargent (Cabrillo)
49:11
A lot of times ancillaries are just posted where the book is posted - when you are looking at an OER, look for an intro for instructors
Ly-Huong Pham
49:51
Does Openstax charge for the ancillaries?
Jennifer Paris
50:08
No. I believe you just need an account to access them.
Ly-Huong Pham
51:05
Thanks, Shagun and Jennifer
Anthony Lin
51:08
Thank you for the tip, Aloha. I hadn't considered looking around where the book is posted.
Sarah Bosler
51:28
There was also a really good webinar last week about combining licenses. https://asccc-oeri.org/2021/09/17/licensing-and-oer-how-and-why/
Jennifer Paris
51:41
Thanks, Sarah!
Jennifer Paris
52:56
www.google.com :)
Jennifer Paris
55:25
https://www.oercommons.org/
Jennifer Paris
58:53
https://oer.deepwebaccess.com/oer/desktop/en/search.html
HIMGAURI KULKARNI
01:00:12
will you be sending the recording?
Jennifer Paris
01:00:52
I don't believe they send it out. But it will be posted on the website (usually within a few days): https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
Shagun Kaur
01:03:53
https://www.skillscommons.org
Jennifer Paris
01:03:56
https://www.merlot.orghttps://oasis.geneseo.edu/
Jennifer Paris
01:04:57
http://openoregon.org/resources/
Jeanne Howard
01:07:24
Excellent info thank you so much!
Jennifer Paris
01:07:56
You get here with the link (Commons icon) on the left-hand side of the screen when you are in Canvas.
Jennifer Paris
01:10:29
https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/courses/4543/pages/image-sources?module_item_id=304565
HIMGAURI KULKARNI
01:13:44
I love discoveringthe learning objects
Jane Ishibashi
01:13:52
Thanks! this is very useful.
Sharon Moore
01:13:58
Hi! I teach a basic Nutrition Class so I found a text book and I looked at some images on flickr!
Cristina Moon
01:14:00
Thank you for sharing the Skills Commons one. I am trying to help a welding faculty.
Marla Goldfine
01:14:18
So much to absorb and explore! Many thanks for telling us about all these incredible resources!
Iris Carroll
01:14:26
Yes, I agree with learning about the learning objects. Also, I like that you reminded us of Canvas Commons. Also, the images in ASCCC are great!
Ann Oliver Graybill
01:14:33
There are so many sources! It will take some time to explore. But it’s wonderful! Thank you!
Ly-Huong Pham
01:14:36
I am looking at the skills commons one
HIMGAURI KULKARNI
01:14:38
Thank you for the Skills commons too!
Iris Carroll
01:14:43
Yes, Skills Commons will be a great resource.
Alison Finch
01:14:47
Great sources. Thanks so much!
Iris Carroll
01:14:59
Thank you!
Jinan Darwiche
01:15:08
Thank you Shagun. I learned so much today.
Jinan Darwiche
01:15:25
And thank you Jennifer!
Jude Baldwin
01:15:27
Thank you so much!
Cristina Moon
01:15:37
Here is the list of discipline leads: https://asccc-oeri.org/asccc-oeri-discipline-leads/
Ly-Huong Pham
01:16:09
Thank you! As you said, we learn something new every time we dip into the world of OER
Charles Kovach (he, him, his)
01:17:11
Thank you for all the information. I enjoy working with colleagues from across the state.