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How to integrate OER Physics homework sets in Canvas - Shared screen with speaker view
Erik Veach
20:27
Roughly familiar but haven’t used other than provide a link to students as an optional extra resource
ASCCC OERI
30:43
The ASCCC OERI Website: https://asccc-oeri.org/
ASCCC OERI
30:58
Webinars will be posted here: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
ASCCC OERI
35:50
https://www.myopenmath.com/
ASCCC OERI
39:46
Phys 105 - 77794
ASCCC OERI
40:12
Phys 215 - 75880
ASCCC OERI
40:35
Phys 215 cid.215.template
Kolo Wamba
01:00:27
I have a question
Polin Yadak
01:04:07
can I show my method
Christine Will (she/her/hers)
01:04:49
I’m trying to find a source of video cued physics problems for my precalculus class. Any suggestions on which template to use?
Mahendra Thapa
01:08:00
Thank you all, I have to leave.
Erik Veach
01:08:59
Laziness rules!
Laura Kinnaman
01:13:06
I have to go, but this has been very informative. Thank you!
Emilie Hein
01:14:14
heine@smccd.edu
Erik Veach
01:14:23
Need randomized values that pop up for each new student present. That’s the problem the with video-based lab problems.
Kolo Wamba
01:17:14
Perhaps an OER answer to Labster is in order!
Erik Veach
01:17:24
There are a lot of online resources for physics labs. thephysicsaviary.com is great because it requires the students to use visual measurement taking, which varies student to student, and other variables alter each new experimental trial
Erik Veach
01:17:34
MUCH better than Labster
Erik Veach
01:20:43
So true