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Open Educational Resources Initiative (OERI) - Shared screen with speaker view
Joshua Kunkle
29:40
Joshua Kunkle, College of the Desert... Howdy Everyone!
Joanna Sobala
29:46
Joanna Sobala, Mission College. Nice to meet everyone!
Steve Bruemmer
31:08
Steve Bruemmer and MPC! Hope you are having a great day!
Antonio López
34:02
Antonio López, Public Services Librarian at Sacramento City College (SCC) and representing SCC's LibreTexts OER Grant team (DOE grant managed by UCD).
Antonio López
35:27
nope
Josh Franco
35:28
I currently see OER for Political Science title slide
Rachel Arteaga
35:28
Still on first slide
Joshua Kunkle
35:30
Sadly I do not see it
Josh Franco
35:41
You may have dual monitors?
Joshua Kunkle
35:48
Yes
Antonio López
35:49
yep
Heather Dodge
45:01
Woot woot librarians!
Seth Daugherty
47:15
www.e-ir.info/publication/international-relations-theory/
Vincent L
47:15
I would definitely be interested.
Seth Daugherty
47:43
www.e-ir.info/publications
Heather Dodge
53:30
Definitely some good distinctions between ZTC (zero textbook cost) materials and OER (open educational resource--usually published with a creative commons license)
Josh Franco
56:41
Q: How was your adoption of OER materials? Did you phase in your adoption, where you transitioned over a few semesters/years from non-OER to OER?
Jessica Scarffe
56:53
Do you get pushback for having a series of links rather than a “textbook”? I’m thinking in terms of Course Outlines of Record particularly.
Josh Franco
01:02:01
Thanks Lezlee and Charlotte, this is helpful in thinking about phasing in, since its an investment in time
Jessica Scarffe
01:04:28
Thanks. This seems to be the open secret. Listing a traditional textbook on the COR for the sake of articulation, accreditation, etc. when actually using OER/ZTC links. That is where I am with Comparative Politics particularly.
Lezlee Ware
01:04:40
You are welcome and I am excited, too.
Jessica Scarffe
01:06:09
I am happy to share my list of links for Comparative Politics.
Dan Crump
01:06:44
Good idea to create your own book/material as a compilation of OER/ZTC materials!
Andrew Park
01:07:24
The 5-year review summary document for Physics (saying that open source textbook will be included in C-ID descriptors) is available here: https://c-id.net/descriptors
Heather Dodge
01:08:15
Jessica, you can share in the chat, or we can post them later.
Dan Crump
01:08:25
As Heather stated, CSU is in the forefront of alternative textbooks, etc (especially through their campus AL$---affordable learning solutions--prgrams) that it would (dare I say) hypocritically for them to insist that we use commercial textbooks.
Jessica Scarffe
01:09:08
It’s a multi-page doc. What’s the better way to share?
Suzanne Wakim
01:09:24
The ASCCC OERI has built a Canvas course where we can share these resources & have discussions: https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/courses/3432
Heather Dodge
01:09:25
Google Doc?
Lezlee Ware
01:10:54
That’s awesome - so helpful!
Andrew Park
01:12:12
Heather, I think you mentioned Piazza before, which OERI is using, I think.
Lezlee Ware
01:14:05
Thet is why I appreciate these webinars - thank you!
Heather Dodge
01:14:35
hdodge@peralta.edu
Heather Dodge
01:14:56
You can e-mail me if you are interested in leading for political science.
Josh Franco
01:16:35
WPSA 2019 Mini Conferece for CCs: https://www.wpsanet.org/meeting/cc.pdf
Josh Franco
01:16:59
We also have a Canvas course to help us organize our conference
Josh Franco
01:17:31
https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/WNHJ96
Rachel Arteaga
01:20:17
Thank you!
Jeanette Calo
01:20:19
Thank you!
Joshua Kunkle
01:20:40
Thank you, these resources will be helpful to pass along.
Suzanne Wakim
01:21:25
OER people are the best people :)