With Open Education Resources:
You can customize the course to match/fulfill the learning objectives/outcomes of the course in a way that a publisher text wouldn’t.
You have the ability to remix and add your own content as one cohesive text and easily make it available in your Canvas course.
The most current event examples can be used in classes where cultural and news-cycle references are relevant.
You can include a range of expert voices and expand diversity in the readings.
Students can access your textbook for free and will have it the first day of class.
Local, state and nationwide research connects Open Education Resources with reducing disproportionate impact and supporting student success.
See how ARC instructors incorporated Open Education Resources and open pedagogy into ARC course(s). This event meets state PD guideline A, B, C, E; ARC strategic goals 1, 2, 3; ISLOs 3, 5, 6, 8.
Thursday, January 14
2:00pm - 3:20pm
In a fall 2020 faculty survey, faculty listed “Quality of the materials” followed by “Not enough ancillary options (online homework, testbanks, etc.)” as the top concerns about Open Education Resources. This session will focus on finding quality OER materials and address these concerns. In addition, see how ARC instructors have incorporated Open Education Resources into ARC course(s). This event meets state PD guidelines A, B, C, E; ARC strategic areas 1, 2, 3; ISLOs 3, 5, 6, 8. Attendance is limited to employees of the Los Rios Community College District and invited participants.