Good Morning! Rosanna Hartline from Palo Verde College here.
Greg from Contra Costa College
Link to the PPTs - for those that would like to follow along:https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1aIQuUkga2VBefV_e9yJWIBK8w5-MWCXg4BaDBxLZLrk/edit?usp=sharing
Suzanne is focusing on biology.
Hi Joseph, there was a webinar on November 2 for English OER that can be found here: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/recording/share/XLq9Fa28escskU6OYkzEFRyTVzQjcb2G-XTIBzEgq_uwIumekTziMw?startTime=1541174256000
Thanks Miguel! I could not remember if we did English. We also have a survey out to find out what our faculty are using - or needing - for English. So - stay tuned..
I think that is an issue in many disciplines - we all get used to what the publishers provide - and then when we do things on our own it is hard to know where to look.
Images and figures are the biggest challenge to OER
Could everyone please double check that they selected "All panelists and attendees" in their chat options?
I recognize one of the histology pictures from NIDA - so that is another source.
The one question that was not sent to all that Suzanne referred to was “Do you see movement towards more free source to students”.
Yes, thank you!
Is anyone familiar with BIODIDAC? http://biodidac.bio.uottawa.ca/index.htm
Is there a consortium for OER for General Biology Images?
This was great - extremely informative and helpful! Thank you for all the resources and information.
This was a great resource.
At CCC we are trying to collaborate with Art to create some of our own figures for general bio
alt text -- good point
work in progress
Contra Costa College in San Pablo
LibreText will work with instructors to customize OER to their syllabus, might also help with atlas?
That is the plan
I am working with Paola at the Library--we will have to check LibreText out
We will email them and ask them if they are interested
Thank you for a very engaging and informative presentation. Much appreciated