New OER - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
Anthony (Tony) Lin, Irvine Valley College
Everyone is muted and we’ll try to keep it that way - so unmute to speak. We will be manning the chat.
Sara Rahimnejad South western College
Shar Murphy, Library, Lassen College
Talwinder Chetra, Yuba College
Lucila Gonzalez-Cirre, Cerro Coso Community College
Nickolas Trujillo, West Hills Community College
Sean Ulbert (Instructional Designer) - RCCD
Greetings from Grossmont College!
DJ Hawkins, Riverside Community College District
Jane Ishibashi, Fullerton College
is this PowerPoint available?
We will make it available.
If you need it and we haven’t, just e-mail any one of us.
Link to slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BmjMK4Ml-ea4xBsIR4yli1OcxYmwhxK8woB9HCgTfh4/edit#slide=id.g997557ad85_2_0
Are there any updates on RFP3? Timelines, scope, etc.?
Can we share these presentations with colleagues who are interested in OER, but not part of the OERI?
Great! Thank you!
The slides and recording will be made available on our website. That's a good thing to link folks to: https://asccc-oeri.org/webinars-and-events/
These resources are so exciting!
I teach ESL. How could I get access to this resource?
@Sofia: Link is to ESL OER is in the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BmjMK4Ml-ea4xBsIR4yli1OcxYmwhxK8woB9HCgTfh4/edit#slide=id.g997557ad85_2_0
Thank you so much, Dave, Jennifer, and Michelle! I will share widely. I have a fellow librarian colleague at Palomar who is just getting started in OER. I think she would really benefit from this info.
Thank you so much. I missed the link to the slides.
Here you go - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BmjMK4Ml-ea4xBsIR4yli1OcxYmwhxK8woB9HCgTfh4/edit#slide=id.g997557ad85_2_0
@Sofia: And I would be happy to introduce you to Sara if you would like.
Additional slides for how to search for OER (thanks Suzanne Wakim: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1IiHlRH5iiy5DKojbAFSLOgmpmP0GJoOLw7PuJVKYYJ4/edit#slide=id.g8c26781477_3_139
How do you access the Spanish materials? The slides don’t include a hyperlink to this.
If you got to our website - asccc-oeri.org >>> Resources >>> RFP 1 - you’ll have it all.
Of course. :-)
What are the accessibility standard use in these OER? do images have educational alt text? do videos have 100% accurate captions? What about headings (for screen readers) and PDF tags?
DJ, I have your question in the queue.
All of the projects are held to high accessibility standards.
That will be THE selling point for getting faculty to convert from publisher content. *smile*
is there way on MOM to check if the problems meets accessibility?
I am not able to see questions. I don't see an icon where it usually is at the bottom.
Or are people just putting questions in the chat?
The Math textbooks are free, but the printed copy is about $20?
Printed texts will cost - and the cost will vary based on the size of the text.
I'm using it in my Freshman Seminar course this semester.
This is best time for presentation
The OER family is amazing! It’s about sharing and making a difference in our student’s finances and education. Muchas gracias.
What is the link again I can give to my students for them to access books?
Thanks for sharing all these resources
I agree Sofia!
Is there an official "OER" conference for the CCCs?
Robin, which books? Typically faculty would save the books and provide them to their students through their LMS.
This Friday afternoon time works really well for webinars (based on the number of attendees!).
What do people think about Faculty Select that supposedly consolidates OER searches?
Beyond Continuity textbook
If you want to log in to the Canvas site: https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/enroll/7RJL33
Link to Academic Academy above
Thank you, Michelle! I'm planning on attending the Academic Academy. Looking forward to it.
Another good OER conference is OpenEd2020. It’s only $75 this year since it’s fully virtual.
Not specific to CCC but if you are interested in connecting with OER advocates from across the country (and world!) the Open Education Conference is a community run event that will be occurring virtually in November https://openeducationconference.org/
Sharlene you beat me to it!
Thank you, Sharlene! I'll look into it.
MARC records? catalog records...
You can embed the text into canvas
And Thank you, Ryan about the Open Education Conference!
OpenEd Conference is in the slide deck along with a few others (as additional resources after the questions. slide).
make accessible for library catalogs
put Canvas cartridges in Canvas Commons
Thank you, Dave. I see it in slide 34.
And what about from LibraText to Canvas?
so that content can be added to Canvas course shells
LibreTexts is supposed to have export files for Canvas
not sure how well they work
At least for some they work, I've heard
I have exported just my modules from Canvas, and imported into LibreText…that was not a problem, and I edited it and added to it in LibreText before export back to Canvas
As only Files? or Canvas Pages?
I have about 6 book I use in LibreText that I use for my Canvas courses
Thanks, for the presentation!
OpenStax psych was already optimized for Canvas by OEI
would be good to see how the homegrown stuff uploads to Canvas from LibreTexts
Your library might have access to it as an ebook.