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Searching for Open Education Resources: Two guided tours

posted Feb 12, 2015, 10:00 AM by T Jones

Dates:  

Wednesday, February 18, 2015 11:00-noon Pacific Time or

Thursday, February 19, 2015 11:00-noon Pacific Time


Location:

This session is available via Blackboard Collaborate

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Summary:

One of the top concerns that faculty and librarians express about adopting open education resources (OER) is finding materials. In two hour-long webinar sessions librarians from Washington State community and technical colleges  will share their expertise in conducting a search for OER. We will demonstrate how we search for open materials, and take questions about how to construct viable search techniques.

*Please note, different presenters will lead each session, but these webinars are meant to be stand-alone events

For more information on this hour long webinar, please contact Quill West (qwest@pierce.ctc.edu). There is no registration for this event.

About the Presenters


Rowena McKernan of Whatcom Community College is a Copyright & Instruction Librarian with experience working with faculty to find, organize and use OER.

Linda Keys of Spokane Community College is a Faculty Librarian and helps faculty to adopt open resources.

Quill West of Pierce College is an open education advocate who has dedicated her professional life to working with faculty to adapt and adopt open resources in over 100 courses. Quill is currently the Open Education Project Manager at Pierce College and the Grant Activities Coordinator of the Library as Open Education Leader Grant.


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