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OER for English and Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
Rachel Arteaga
17:24
Here is the recording for the last webinar: https://asccc-oeri.org/2021/04/26/oer-and-english/
Anna Mills
18:21
Anna Mills, City college of San Francisco, she/her
Cristina Lopez-Bowlin
18:31
Hi everyone! I'm Cristy Lopez-Bowlin (she/her) from Oxnard College.
Jeremy Throne
18:35
Hi everyone! I'm Jeremy Throne from Solano Community College. (he/him)
Ann Warren
18:36
Ann Warren, L.A. Harbor College she/her
Rhea Mendoza-Lewis
18:36
Rhea Mendoza-Lewis, Hartnell College, she/her
John Corbally
18:38
Hi! John Corbally, English, LAHC :)
Christina Kennedy
18:39
Hello! Christina Kennedy here from Mt. San Jacinto College. She/her/hers.
Alex Gilbert (she/her)
18:52
Hello! Alex Gilbert (she/her) from Riverside City College
Rachel Arteaga
23:40
OER for English list: https://asccc-oeri.org/open-educational-resources-and-english/
Rachel Arteaga
24:07
A spreadsheet with a few more recent updates: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1oTT5OCR_FB0rHBW30Dy9FmmkDRKDKvo0JD3CHZRHbb0/edit?usp=sharing
Matthew Duckworth
25:01
Hello! Matt Duckworth from CCSF English.
Rachel Arteaga
26:34
Here is the book: https://human.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Literature_and_Literacy/Writing_and_Critical_Thinking_Through_Literature_(Ringo_and_Kashyap)
Alex Gilbert (she/her)
30:20
Is the Sexton/Soles text licensed for the U.S?
Alex Gilbert (she/her)
30:59
I read something about their licensing for Canada, but we would have to check the licensing for the States
Patricia Alvarez
31:31
How can I access the spreadsheet? Can I please have the link?
Rachel Arteaga
31:50
If the book is CC it should work anywhere. I would have to see the license though to check.
Rachel Arteaga
32:11
A spreadsheet with a few more recent updates: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1oTT5OCR_FB0rHBW30Dy9FmmkDRKDKvo0JD3CHZRHbb0/edit?usp=sharing
Alex Gilbert (she/her)
32:17
@Rachel okay! Thank you
Patricia Alvarez
33:03
Thank you Rachel for posting the link!
Rachel Arteaga
40:10
LibreFest sign up: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
Matthew Duckworth
40:24
Clear and detailed.
Patricia Alvarez
40:45
Keys for Writers
Cristina Lopez-Bowlin
40:48
I love my Norton Introduction to Literature Portable edition
John Corbally
41:04
Literature Reading Reacting Writing
John Corbally
41:19
Some nicely odd choices and excellent apparatus
John Corbally
41:36
Including student sample papers
Rhea Mendoza-Lewis
42:04
The hardest thing I am having issues finding are novels with a multicultural perspective. Any ideas?
Cristina Lopez-Bowlin
44:23
Do the existing OER textbooks include sample papers?
John Corbally
45:42
Even earlier works such as the Tale of the Heike from Japan is going to be copyright because the translation will be relatively new.
John Corbally
46:44
And Cristina, I actually ask students permission to use essays as samples.
Matthew Duckworth
46:52
Older translations may be non-copyright, but they are often too stilted for use: Sophocles’ Antigone, for example.
John Corbally
47:45
And I have even mocked up a few faux student essays :)
Cristina Lopez-Bowlin
48:12
Thanks! Those are good suggestions. :) I ask my students for permission to use their essays as samples too, but I don't have a whole bunch compiled yet.
John Corbally
55:56
You answered a question via email which was interesting. In my Film/Lit class students can watch a film that is streaming, but that assumes they have access to that service. So when calculating costs, you kind of have to go with the what-can-everyone-get? cost (so a DvD in case they don't have Netfix or Hulu or Vudu or Prime)…
John Corbally
01:02:42
As for multicultural inclusion, it is one of the few (ONLY?) advantages to being an older teacher; you might have waited out a works copyright, such as Jade Snow Wong's FIFTH CHINESE DAUGHTER and the earlier Langston Hughes SIMPLE STORIES (things like that)
Patricia Alvarez
01:05:16
Thanks for sharing this John!
Ann Warren
01:07:50
There are some OER stories that are by contemporary writers, but often they are not as good as those in contemporary anthologies or novels. Plays, too.
Ann Warren
01:11:49
Thank you for doing this presentation. It is very helpful!
Patricia Alvarez
01:11:55
Very Informative. Thank you Anna and Rachel!
Anna Mills
01:12:00
amills@ccsf.edu
Cristina Lopez-Bowlin
01:12:07
Thank you so much! This was very helpful.
John Corbally
01:12:14
Thanks so much! :)
Alex Gilbert (she/her)
01:12:15
Thank you! This was so great
Randy Beach
01:12:16
No other questions right now. Thank you for all this info
Matthew Duckworth
01:12:19
Thank you! Very helpful!
Jeremy Throne
01:12:54
Thank you for the presentation!