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I Found an OER Textbook—What Now? Editing, Curating, Re-Mixing, Printing, and Moving OER to Canvas - Shared screen with speaker view
Eduardo A. Ayala
13:14
Hello. Eduardo Ayala. Biology Instructor at Rio Hondo.
William Vega
13:27
Hi everyone. Bill Vega, Long Beach City College
Karen Gottlieb
13:30
I teach Nursing at Rio Hondo College in Whittier
Hyun Hee (Harmonee) Kim
13:30
Hyun Hee (Harmonee) Kim, Biology of MSE at RIO HONDO.
Jennifer Rogers
13:59
Hi everyone! jrogers@libretexts.org
Norma Perez Villanueva
14:16
Hello! Norma Perez, English, Rio Hondo College
Geri Baden
15:07
Perfect - I am in the right place!
Ryan Edwards
15:16
Ryan Edwards, WLAC Library
Nick Reeves
15:52
Hi - Nick Reeves, Biological Sciences, Mt. San Jacinto College
Mark Carpenter
20:51
Mark Carpenter, Sociology, RCCD
Niki Milani
21:24
Niki Milani, psychology
Karen Gottlieb
22:48
May we please have these slides
Karen Gottlieb
22:55
?
Karen Gottlieb
23:18
Thanks!
Jeanne Howard
24:56
Can we get a link to the first webinar and this one two?
Heidi Forsythe
25:01
Sorry about that
Bernadette Reyes
25:49
Thanks Jeanne, yes I wanted that too!
sally potter
26:01
jrogers@libretexts.org
Michelle Pilati
26:06
This webinar will be posted at asccc-oeri.org.
Nancy Gallagher
26:37
yes
Michelle Pilati
27:41
Here are today’s slideshttps://drive.google.com/file/d/10nwDlq3dxIjcuHAeaNGErIAbsZqkU74K/view?usp=sharing
Michelle Pilati
27:56
Missing a space - sorry about that -
Michelle Pilati
27:58
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10nwDlq3dxIjcuHAeaNGErIAbsZqkU74K/view?usp=sharing
Jeanne Howard
28:53
Thank you
Marci Katznelson
29:01
The drive is requiring permission to access
Michelle Pilati
29:22
Apologies - you should be able to get to the slides without permission with this link -
Michelle Pilati
29:24
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10nwDlq3dxIjcuHAeaNGErIAbsZqkU74K/view?usp=sharing
Marci Katznelson
29:32
Thank you!
Michelle Pilati
29:54
Let me know if it does not work. Google is maddening!
Marci Katznelson
30:02
It worked for me.
Michelle Pilati
30:13
Good timing. :-)
Jeanne Howard
30:22
works thanks
Michelle Pilati
34:36
Part I was really just OER basics. If you to go to asccc-oeri.org and then go to Webinars and Events > Archived Webinars > How to Find OER (and check out all of our other webinars)
Libby Curiel
35:18
Hi Michelle, Can you please share a direct link? Thank you!
alexandra Dallara
35:51
is there a way to key word search the bookshelves?
Sheila Lynch
36:05
Are there guidelines or any restrictions about what resources we can request to have harvested, other than that the materials are open and free?
Dave Dillon
36:50
@Libby: https://asccc-oeri.org/2020/08/27/how-to-find-oer/
Libby Curiel
36:58
Thanks, Dave!
Rose Gaw
37:15
Awesome. Thanks Dave.
Michelle Pilati
38:25
Thanks Dave! RHC folks - we will get an archive from one of the RHC ones done in the past few weeks out to you.
Rose Gaw
39:14
Thank you Michelle :)
Libby Curiel
39:15
Will this recording also be shared with us? If so, where can we find them?
Michelle Pilati
39:26
There are things that are free on websites that are not openly licensed.
Michelle Pilati
39:44
This will be on our website - and we’ll get it send out to all who registered.
Libby Curiel
39:45
What happens when the permissions change on a video for instance. I’ve noticed many shifts in that sense.
Libby Curiel
39:55
Thank you, Michelle!
Michelle Pilati
40:48
You can’t “take back” your Creative Commons license. You can’t suddenly copyright it. But you can hide it.
Ching Ping Debbie Lin
40:48
That happens if you are not in your project
Libby Curiel
41:44
That’s what I thought too. But what happens when it does in fact change? Since I’ve noticed that happen with many of the videos we were using.
Libby Curiel
42:16
@Michelle
Michelle Pilati
42:32
The issue is not just Jennifer - the feature is not working at the moment. It’s just a safety.
Dave Dillon
42:52
Hi Libby: Would you share an example of a video you were using where permission/licensing changed?
Ching Ping Debbie Lin
43:54
The pop up is working for me when I click on someone else's book/page that is not mine
Libby Curiel
44:33
@Dave, I don’t have screen shots of the before and after but one example is the Crash Course Videos on Youtube the were open licensed and the I noticed the licensing changed. That’s one example. In other cases the video might be license for creative common use then actually is removed.
Michelle Pilati
45:45
Libby - there’s nothing to prevent someone from removing - but if it was open and you stored it, it still has that license.
Sheila Lynch
45:48
@Jennifer Rogers and Ching Ping Lin—Perhaps whether the pop-up info is a browser issue.
Mark Carpenter
46:04
Canvas has a content editor with a drop-down menu to directly import from YouTube, etc. Can LibreTexts be added to that?
Geri Baden
46:17
is it possible to show us an example of how you would remix a selection of text in a page in Canvas, for example.
Ching Ping Debbie Lin
46:23
@ Sheila - maybe
Sheila Lynch
46:56
@ Ching Ping Debbie Lin: Which browser did you use?
Michelle Pilati
47:00
Response to side question - there are things out there that you can download that are not openly licensed.
Dave Dillon
47:00
@Libby: Thanks for sharing. Please see: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2797468?hl=en
Dave Dillon
47:02
By marking your original video with a Creative Commons license, you're granting the entire YouTube community the right to reuse and edit that video.
Ching Ping Debbie Lin
47:11
@ Sheila: Chrome
Libby Curiel
47:41
Thank you @Dave!
Libby Curiel
48:07
That’s a great question @Geri
Michelle Pilati
50:40
If you remix and/or edit in LibreTexts, your modified content will live in a public - and printable place. You can then import this into Canvas - the whole text in one action. And, after that, you can edit in LibreTexts - and those changes will automatically get push to Canvas.
Heidi Forsythe
50:56
Is there a glossary available with all these terms?
Geri Baden
51:30
Understood - Thank you
Heidi Forsythe
52:00
I see the pop-up windows with the definitions
Michelle Pilati
52:05
Yes - resources are coming. You don’t need to remember all these terms. Most important thing to know - “fork” means you have broken the connection.
Nancy Gallagher
52:23
Are you notified that the copy is changing?
Heidi Forsythe
52:35
@Michelle, thank you!
Libby Curiel
52:52
Can we see what these remix resources look like in canvas?
Michelle Pilati
53:27
Libby - Yes. I have screen shots - and, time permitting, I’ll show you.
Libby Curiel
53:53
Thank you!
Michelle Pilati
55:52
Scroll down here for various help documents - https://asccc-oeri.org/libretexts/
Sheila Lynch
56:17
The notifications of edits is a great feature!
Nancy Gallagher
56:48
Yes
Sheila Lynch
59:53
@ Jennifer: How about the other way around? Can you delete an entire sub-chapter after the fact, once you have already created a Copy Fork?
Geri Baden
01:00:03
yes
Michelle Pilati
01:03:30
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6yGmq-GMJ1MlAlNxhCxXcugYor79vC7HYt1Qe96Dv8nokPQ/viewform
alexandra Dallara
01:03:46
is there a quick way to see licensing in remix?
Sheila Lynch
01:03:49
The re-mixng of different LibreTexts texts is a great innovation.
alexandra Dallara
01:05:26
yes, thank you
Pamela S Enz
01:08:22
It it all HTML, or is there a rich text editor?
Michelle Pilati
01:08:52
It is HTML - but you edit in an editor that is very similar to the one in Canvas.
Pamela S Enz
01:09:01
super.
Michelle Pilati
01:09:18
I’m blanking on what you can that editor - but it is the same sort that you have in Canvas.
Michelle Pilati
01:09:27
What you call the editor. :-)
Pamela S Enz
01:09:36
Rich Text Editor
sally potter
01:09:36
Rich text editor?
Michelle Pilati
01:10:03
I was thinking it had a fancy name - acronyms. But maybe that is it. :-)
sally potter
01:10:13
RTE
sally potter
01:10:19
LOL
Ann Lehr
01:11:42
Rich Content Editor
Jeanne Howard
01:11:47
Once it is published will it become a stable textbook and be listed on the course outline of record and be used to transfer to CSU and UC?
Kimberly Mosley
01:15:18
Can you show how libretexts published docs would be shown in CANVAS? What does that look like?
Libby Curiel
01:17:00
What kind of effort has been made to collect student perspectives/views of experiences with viewing/interacting with/ learning from Libre texts?
Michelle Pilati
01:18:09
Libby - I think most of our faculty are pulling it into Canvas. But there are people in Libre and gathering information from Libre.
Kimberly Mosley
01:18:17
So is that simply adoption?
Elizabeth Ramirez
01:18:34
Here is the language we use in our COR's: Open Educational Resources equivalent to the commercial textbooks listed here, OR... [and then we list the commercial textbooks]
Libby Curiel
01:19:14
I’m curious if we’ve done any focus groups with students to get their perspective about which OER options support active reading/learning - which options student like interacting with best?
Michelle Pilati
01:20:26
Libby - there definitely has been work done in that space. That would be a cool discipline-based research project.
Libby Curiel
01:20:51
Can that work be shared with us?
Michelle Pilati
01:21:16
It’s sort of all over the place - but I’ll see what we have and can share.
Sheila Lynch
01:22:33
@Libby: LibreTexts has a feature that allows faculty to upload a book into the LMS. It’s not just a link. It loads as modules.
Libby Curiel
01:22:50
I’d love to see what that look like @Shelia
Sheila Lynch
01:23:20
@ Libby: Michelle P. is on it
Michelle Oja
01:23:34
One benefit of LibreTexts over Canvas modules is that textbooks on LibreTexts are easy to save as a PDF, and then easy to get printed by a bookstore or whatever. It's also easy to share on the COR and with admin/CSU/UC as PDF, rather than a bunch of Canvas modules.
sally potter
01:23:36
This is a matter of Universal Design for Learning.
Marci Katznelson
01:23:45
Absolutely! Using inside of Canvas is MUCH better from the student perspective!
Libby Curiel
01:23:54
Yes, of course. I’d love to know what student think about it from the LMS (canvas)
Michelle Oja
01:26:07
Michelle P. is going fast, but I'm sure that there are videos and tutorials for when you need to do this. Don't be scared!
Libby Curiel
01:26:22
That looks good so far. Can we see what those module pages look like in canvas
Jeanine Grillo
01:27:00
Are these imported libretext modules accessible with screen readers?
Pamela S Enz
01:27:22
I can see that there is enough content to cover about 50% of my SLOs. In this case, is it best practice to integrate into a LibreText bookshelf library, or to go content by content back into canvas in smaller sections/chunks?
Libby Curiel
01:27:26
Usually what I’ve seen the link is in the grey bar but the content does not load into the canvas page. Perhaps that’s a canvas setting issue?
Michelle Oja
01:27:38
There is an Example function in LibreTexts in which the answer is hidden until students click on it. Does anyone know how that works in Canvas?
Libby Curiel
01:27:57
Great question @Jeanine
Sheila Lynch
01:28:57
@ LIBBY: You need to upload the cartridge. It is a specific file type that Canvas reads and translates into modules.
Libby Curiel
01:28:59
It would be great to have a workshop for folks who have selected content and need a hand on workshop to build OER with live tutorial/support.
Libby Curiel
01:29:24
Thank you, @Shelia.
Angel Ho
01:29:34
Would the H5P activities transfer well on Canvas?
Jennifer Rogers
01:29:46
@Libby, we (LibreTexts) are happy to do workshops for groups as needed. Feel free to contact me directly: jrogers@libretexts.org
Sheila Lynch
01:30:53
@ Libby: I most definitely think we at RHC will need a hands-on workshop for facully teams whose proposals will be awarded.
Libby Curiel
01:31:37
Thanks!
Michelle Oja
01:31:49
@Libby, there are also Zoom Office Hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays for LibreTexts where you can ask your questions. Or email info@libretexts.org :)
Libby Curiel
01:32:04
Thanks you, @Jennifer!
Jennifer Rogers
01:32:44
Yes, we do twice weekly office hours from 9-10 am PT on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Links will be in the slides.
Angel Ho
01:34:37
Thank you!
Michelle Oja
01:38:11
From my understanding, quizzes from LibreTexts' ADAPT (an adaptive homework system with it's own gradebook) will be available for integration with LMS's in a few months...
Libby Curiel
01:38:28
Thank you
Libby Curiel
01:38:50
Yes of course
Yancey Gastelum
01:40:00
Thank you to the hosts and the interperters to share with and being here with us. I have to go to the next meeting. Have a great day! Bye
sally potter
01:40:22
Thank you!
Irma Valdivia
01:40:34
Thank you
Jeanne Howard
01:41:08
Thank you so much. I am just learning how this all works. I appreciate your willingness to teach me. I am going to just play around in there.