SUNY OER Community Course – Fall 2018 Online Series
December 30 - December 31
These SUNY OER Community Courses will introduce you to the fundamental principles and effective practices related to Open Educational Resources. Throughout this learning space, you will have the opportunity to explore and discuss methods and approaches to finding, adopting, customizing, integrating, creating, publishing, and licensing OER. You will also have opportunities to connect in conversation with your peers, and work with OER advocates from the SUNY community who can help you along your learning journey.
Six independent mini-courses allow you to focus on specifically the aspect of OER that most appeals to your interests. Content is designed to serve the needs of faculty, librarians, instructional designers, and others across SUNY who are teaching or supporting OER efforts on their campus.
While we encourage those new to open educational resources to start with either the “Understanding OER” or “Open Pedagogy Master Class” sections, any participant is welcome to jump in to start at any appealing point.
Most of the mini-courses require 5-10 hours to complete; facilitated sessions run for 2 weeks. Work is done at your own pace in that time frame.
The Open Pedagogy Master class takes between 10-15 hours; its facilitated session runs for 3 weeks. Work is done at your own pace, but two synchronous events are included.
Free for all SUNY affiliates.