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Teaching Art and Art History Online Using OER - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Paris
21:51
Not sure what you are referring to Naomi. Can you clarify?
Naomi Tarle
22:17
Is this for K-12, or college level?
Jennifer Paris
22:29
It is a college textbook.
Naomi Tarle
22:35
Ok. Great. thanks
Sarah Vure
23:17
Where is this OER textbook available?
Gary Graves
23:21
Can we get a copy of these presentation or recording later?
Jennifer Paris
24:14
The archive will be put on ASCCC's website: https://asccc.org/directory/open-educational-resources-initiative-oeri
Jennifer Paris
25:33
Hi, Sarah. The book is currently available in LibreText: https://human.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Art/Book%3A_A_World_Perspective_of_Art_Appreciation_(Gustlin_and_Gustlin)
Kamy Martinez
28:14
Yes
Marion De Koning
28:14
yes
Marion De Koning
30:24
can you enlarge the image
John Terry
30:38
John Terry, CRC, History of Modern Architecture, PowerPoints slide live lectures
Lisa Karmel
30:43
Sorry I was a few minutes late. How do you get to this text?
Ellen Caldwell
31:12
https://human.libretexts.org/Courses/ASCCC/A_World_Perspective_of_Art_Appreciation_(Gustlin_and_Gustlin)
Jennifer Paris
31:24
Thanks, Ellen!
Lisa Karmel
31:28
thank you!
Marion De Koning
32:03
thanks
Monica Eastridge
34:06
Is there a separate text for Art History?
Hazel Antaramian Hofman
34:07
How large is the font of the text?
Jennifer Paris
35:26
Hazel, in LibreText, you would be able to adjust the text in your browser.
Monica Eastridge
36:18
Thank you!
Cristina Hernandez
36:30
what are ARTH 110 and 120? Survey?
Marion De Koning
36:33
what do these AH numbers relate to
Gaysha Smith
36:53
Which art histories are those course numbers assigned to?
John Terry
36:59
Is Architecture covered?
Gaysha Smith
37:49
Thank you
Hazel Antaramian Hofman
38:45
Since this is the first time I am aware of LibreText: Does the college itself have to approve the use of LibreText or is it driven by the instructor who would like to use it?
Misty Cervantes
39:35
Great layout, design, and information. Does the textbook include photo history?
Jennifer Paris
39:39
Hazel, that may be a local decision. But it's just a platform for OER books.
John Terry
39:44
Cost of LibreTexts for students?
Marion De Koning
39:54
zero
John Terry
40:04
Cost of LibreTexts for Class ?
Jennifer Paris
40:13
Completely free, John.
John Terry
40:23
Thank You!!
Kamy Martinez
40:40
great!
Sheila Lynch
41:24
Can you or Deborah demonstrate the LibreText choices fro m their website? (Download, PDF, etc.)
John Terry
43:00
Any possible discussion in
Carolyn Robertson
43:38
Can we copy the pictures to use in PowerPoint?
John Terry
43:41
A_ Giving Essay Test in Canvas? and B- Slide ID Quizes?
Jennifer Paris
43:55
Yes, Carolyn. You would just need to provide an attribution.
Lisa Karmel
44:18
Do you need to set up an account with password to use it?
Hazel Antaramian Hofman
44:30
Can we add our own material to the existing text as well?
Jennifer Paris
44:37
No, Lisa. The account is just to have edit privileges.
Jennifer Paris
44:47
Yes, Hazel. With OER, you can remix.
Jennifer Paris
45:09
John, she is going to be showing us her course in Canvas. Please ask again if needed then.
Lisa Karmel
45:15
awesome, thanks
Sheila Lynch
45:46
Carolyn, each image will have an attribution with a link to where it resides on the internet (for free with a Public Domain or Creative Commons license
Lisa Karmel
47:01
Maybe you will still get to this-Will you show how to upload to Canvas please?
Kamy Martinez
47:48
I don't know if I missed the answer but are there any books about practicing art or design? It looks like it's geared towards art appreciation and art history
Sheila Lynch
49:03
???? You can change the text without creating it as a separate version?
John Terry
49:24
So can we submit our oen text to LibreText
Chau-Marie Griffiths
49:53
If you have already built an Art Appreciation Course in canvas, I have not shared it publicly, and it is very similar to your course. Is this platform any different than Canvas?
Lisa Karmel
50:23
probably good to mention that to class
Wendy Koenig
50:32
Can I create an account if my school is not linked to Libretexts? If so, I can’t find where to do that
Suzanne Wakim
51:12
Schools don't need to be linked to LibreTexts; faculty register individually
Jennifer Paris
51:16
You create your own account, Wendy. Let me find the link.
Jennifer Paris
53:45
If you have an OER book, John, LibreText would like to have it in their library. You can also build a book from scratch in LibreText.
Marion De Koning
54:47
make it larger please
Jennifer Paris
55:38
Wendy, when you go into a library (from Explore the Libraries), at the top right of your screen there is a place to click to request an account.
Jennifer Paris
56:18
Chau-Marie, this is not an entire class. It's just the textbook. You can bring it into Canvas for your content.
Wendy Koenig
57:06
The link takes you to an article but nothing about setting up an account
Wendy Koenig
57:14
Do I just send an email?
Jennifer Paris
57:52
I would then email info@libretext.org
Wendy Koenig
57:57
Thank you
John Terry
58:21
OER text/book??
Jennifer Paris
58:49
LibreText only houses openly licensed content.
Sheila Lynch
59:47
Is Deborah’s book in Canvas Commons?
Chau-Marie Griffiths
01:01:13
OER=Open Education Resource
Jennifer Paris
01:01:23
Yes, Sheila. Search for ASCCC in the Canvas Commons.
Lisa Karmel
01:03:47
How do you get it in Canvas from the LMS link in Libretext?
Jennifer Paris
01:04:14
You import it, Lisa.
Lisa Karmel
01:05:45
Oh, I see you can select Libre text in Canvas?
Sandra Esslinger
01:07:00
Do editions change? Can a book suddenly be unavailable?
Suzanne Wakim
01:07:09
@Lisa - when you download from LibreTexts - it's called a course cartridge. In Canvas you go to "upload course cartridge"
Cristina Hernandez
01:07:15
Can you repeat the status of the OERs for the Survey (Ancient through Medieval; Renaissance through Modern)?
Lisa Karmel
01:08:00
ahhh thank you, that’s clearer :)
Sheila Lynch
01:08:52
Christina—Currently, ASCCC had neither of the Survey courses as an OER.
Gary Graves
01:08:58
Where can we find writing book opportunities from https://asccc.org….
Sheila Lynch
01:09:11
*has
Hazel Antaramian Hofman
01:09:52
If I already have an online CANVAS class, then getting it from CANVAS Commons means I don't have to go to LibreText? Is this correct?
Jennifer Paris
01:10:05
Yes, Hazel.
Sandra Esslinger
01:10:06
does it give you notification of updates if on canvas...
Naomi Tarle
01:11:03
What is the full name of the text?
Deborah Gustlin
01:11:26
A World Perspective of Art Apprecition
Suzanne Wakim
01:11:47
LibreTexts does show the latest update on each page.
Suzanne Wakim
01:11:57
* latest update DATE*
Suzanne Wakim
01:11:59
sorry
Sheila Lynch
01:12:02
LibreText and Canvas Commons both allow you to see the version history.
Ellen Caldwell
01:12:17
The discussions don’t seem to import when I upload the file into Canvas or when I import from Commons. Are those normally included too?
Seija Rohkea
01:12:18
I don’t see it in my commons
Allyson Sullivan
01:13:09
If we want a print copy, do we purchase it from LibreText?
Jennifer Paris
01:13:47
She showed you her course in Canvas, Ellen. That is in addition to book itself. It sounds like later in the year, she will share her course built around it.
Ellen Caldwell
01:14:00
Thank you!
Jennifer Paris
01:14:20
Did you search for ASCCC, Seija? That is the easiest way to find it.
Seija Rohkea
01:15:09
yes I searched for asccc and no results foud
Marion De Koning
01:15:22
does this answer to accessibility requirements
Ellen Caldwell
01:15:38
If you search “ASCCC art” I found it
Jennifer Paris
01:16:13
That is one way to get it in print, Allison. You could also print the PDF version yourself..
Amber Smith
01:16:56
Is the book accessible to someone with a screen reader?
Suzanne Wakim
01:17:04
direct link to the resource in Canvas Commons: https://lor.instructure.com/resources/53872be4d02240209049a9bb1babbaf1
Jennifer Paris
01:17:20
Yes, Amber. And further improvements are being made as well.
Lisa Soccio
01:17:36
Sorry to join late, just left local Senate meeting. I have a concern about a link in this Egypt section—“Egyptian Origins”— links to a site that seems to advocating a position about racial differences being species difference…standard white supremacist talking point.
Lisa Soccio
01:18:00
Can this be reviewed?
Suzanne Wakim
01:18:04
Hi Lisa. We addressed this earlier. It was something added accidentally and has been removed
Lisa Soccio
01:18:13
Thank you—sorry!!
Cynthia Lewis
01:19:43
Thank you Deborah, Jennifer and all! I need to sign off. Have a great weekend.
Lisa Soccio
01:20:01
will this recording be posted?
Chau-Marie Griffiths
01:20:02
The links are great, thanks!
Lisa Karmel
01:20:09
what was the app paint by number?
Naomi Tarle
01:20:11
What was that other source besides CYARK?
Marion De Koning
01:20:21
flollow up webinar?
Suzanne Wakim
01:20:22
The recording will be posted on the asccc oeri website
Hazel Antaramian Hofman
01:20:22
What about testing material?
Seija Rohkea
01:20:26
hi I types SCCC ART IN COMMONS IN MY CANVAS - STILL NO RESULTS
Seija Rohkea
01:20:33
ASCCC ART
Lisa Soccio
01:20:42
Great—thank you!
Carolyn Robertson
01:20:42
Thank you for this.
Suzanne Wakim
01:20:46
direct link to the resource in Canvas Commons: https://lor.instructure.com/resources/53872be4d02240209049a9bb1babbaf1
Amber Smith
01:20:53
SCI-ARC
Lisa Karmel
01:21:02
thank you!
Sheila Lynch
01:21:37
But it’ CYARK, not the architecture school Sci arch
Seija Rohkea
01:22:14
HI - SAYS I AM NOT AUTHORIZED WHEN CLICKING THE LINK
Lisa Karmel
01:23:16
i totally agree and do the same
Suzanne Wakim
01:23:53
@Seija - you will need to log into your instance of Canvas to see the link
Sandra Low
01:24:27
Is this the only OER art/art history textbooks out today?