OER: Day Five
Submitted by Susan K. Cowles on May 15, 2014 - 9:16pm
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Posted on behalf of the AIR/OER team:
Welcome to Day 5 of From Inquiry to Practice: A Guided Exploration of OERs in Adult Education. As you consider the conversations over the past week, we would like to wrap up by focusing on two key ideas: 1) how you plan to apply this new information about OER in your work, and 2) what support you need to begin using OER in your instruction. Let’s explore both topics by responding to the following questions.
- Consider your current classroom and teaching objectives. How could you incorporate OER to this material to enhance student learning? Why would the addition improve the learning experience? Please be as specific as possible
- What support do you need to move forward with OER use and creation? For example: would a continuing LINCS conversation be valuable? Would short tutorials be helpful, or teacher examples of Instructional strategies to include OER?
Here are two resources to support your understanding of OER and their value in the classroom. You’ll notice that both the OER Resources and OER FAQs are open, and you are encouraged to reuse, redistribute, revise and remix them!