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Valuing OER in the Tenure, Promotion, and Reappointment Process: Lessons Learned

Dr. Andrew McKinney, Director of Research and Publishing for the City University of New York’s Office of Library Services, talked about the recently released volume Valuing OER in the Tenure, Promotion, and Reappointment Process and the major themes that emerged throughout the collected case studies. As the editor of the book, Dr. McKinney discussed how the book came to be, why incentivizing OER work via job security and promotion matters, and some best practices for both faculty and administrators as they try to make OER legible to those who don’t work in the field.


How to Find and Evaluate OER

How to find and evaluate OER, including an overview of the University of Regina OER by Subject Directory



OER Checklist Resource



Cara Bradley and Arlysse Quiring, Archer Library

Open Learning - A Pedagogy of Abundance

Dave Cormier argues that the solution to teaching in a world with abundant information is to open things up, rather than to shut them down. We'll look at a little theory, some real-world impacts that are already happening, and talk about some of the changes we can make to not only help our students but maybe make our classrooms more interesting at the same time.



Dave Cormier, Office of Open Learning, University of Windsor

Creating Compelling Open Educational Videos: Source Material, Software & Strategies (Part 2)

Jamie Mayoh-Bauche leads a hands-on, video creation workshop, showing how to use and incorporate tools, assets, and strategies needed to create your own easy and effective instructional videos that are also open access resources so others can benefit from your expertise. (Download resource)



Jamie Mayoh-Bauche, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Aspiring Towards Social Justice in Open Education

Dr. Maha Bali leads participants in an exploration of diverse understandings of open education, with a focus on fostering social justice. Participants had opportunities to reflect on their own practices and question the presumption that openness necessarily promotes social justice. Dr. Bali discussed ways to assess existing practices for their impact on diverse communities, and how we might modify our approaches in order to better promote social justice in open education.


Dr. Maha Bali, American University of Cairo

Creating Compelling Open Educational Videos: Source Material, Software & Strategies (Part 1)

Jamie Mayoh-Bauche leads a hands-on, video creation workshop, showing how to use and incorporate tools, assets, and strategies needed to create your own easy and effective instructional videos that are also open access resources so others can benefit from your expertise. (Download resource)



Jamie Mayoh-Bauche, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Why I am For Open Educational Resources

Dr. Arzu Sardarli (FNUniv) shares from his own experiences before open textbooks were available, and access to educational resources was limited. His presentation highlights the importance and value of adopting, adapting, and creating OERs, to the benefit of both students and instructors.

Dr. Arzu Sardarli, FNUniv

Webinars and Workshops Archive

Webinar Archive

 Spring 2023

Developing OER: Best Practices

Spring 2023

Creating STEM Problems in WeBWorK

Dr. Robert Petry

Winter 2023

Teaching Mathematics with OER

Dr. Martin Frankland

Winter 2023

Using Interactive H5P Activities in Moodle

Dr. Karla Panchuk

Fall 2022

From Open Educational Resources to Open Educational Practices

Dr. Danielle Dubien

Saskpolytech

Fall 2022

Using WeBWorK with URcourses

Dr. Robert Petry

Winter 2022

Discussion Panel: Teaching with OER/OA

Dr. Karla McManus [pdf] and Laura Ambrose [pptx]

Winter 2022

Open Pedagogy discussion: Decolonization and Justice

Dr. Muhammad Asadullah and 5 undergraduate students

Winter 2022

Discussion Panel: Universal Design for Learning as an Inclusive Teaching Strategy

Winter 2022

Finding and Evaluating Open Educational Resources (OER)

Cara Bradley

Winter 2021

Tools for Creating OER Part I

Winter 2021

OER Showcase of Projects I

Winter 2021

Creative Commons Licensing

Winter 2021

Adding Interactivity with H5P

Michelle vanGinneken

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