Good morning, all!
Greetings all! Please post questions here - we won’t use the Q and A.
Krista - Hello! She’s still in development of the resource. In other words, she is not quite ready to share it.
Suzanne - Can you see this?
Google cc0 you can find images as well
That is a good resource thanks Antonio
Sorry, was only sending to panelists: Norman Lorenz at SCC is using a Human Lifespan Development OER embedded in LibreTexts: https://socialsci.libretexts.org/Course_LibreTexts/Sacramento_City_College/SCC%3A_FCS_324%2F%2FPSYC_370_-_Human_Development%3A_A_Life_Span_(Lorenz)
There is a Google group specifically for OER for Child Development. https://groups.google.com/forum/?utm_source=digest&utm_medium=email/#!forum/early-childhood-education-oer-collaboration
Another benefit of OER is enrollment (your course shows as ZTC for students): If your course is ZTC make sure you get the icon next to your course in the schedule. SB1359 requires the designation.
For U of M OER, do they provide a platform to edit the content?
Not that I know of - good question.
We’ll create a word document of all the resources and push it out to you.
I teach Positive Psychology, using NobaScholar and Mark Kelland’s book https://www.oercommons.org/authoring/23111-tao-of-positive-psychology/view
Grant funding for faculty to develop resources and ancillaries. I simply can’t afford to work for free, so I keep it basic or use robust resources.
Krista, stipends are great if an institution can build them into a grant when preparing to adopt or create oer
I’m concerned about the privacy issue. I’ve been told everything needs to be kept in Canvas, no grades elsewhere, which makes homework systems etc. a problem.
Even integrations, though, keep a copy of the grades elsewhere.
Like MacMillan’s Launchpad.