What are Open Education Resources (OER) and how can faculty incorporate them into their classes? Clemson faculty are invited to learn more about OER in a series of three free webinars being offered by PASCAL’s SC Affordable Learning (SCALE) initiative.
Introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER)
Thursday, September 29, 2022
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Are you interested in OER but not sure where to start? Join us for this 90-minute webinar to learn how OER can benefit both faculty and students. Learn how to determine whether a resource is an OER and where these materials can be found.
OER can give you the freedom to include the material you believe is most important for your students to know and understand. It also provides your students with the ability to have the textbook and other course materials on day one of the class, making sure that no one is trying to play catch-up once their financial aid has arrived.
Attendees will have the opportunity to review a textbook that is in the Open Textbook Library. If you choose to write a review, you will receive an official thank you letter from PASCAL for your tenure file.
Faculty Perspectives on OER Creation
Thursday, October 27, 2022
11:00am – 12:00pm
Faculty across South Carolina are adopting and even creating their own open education resources (OER). Join faculty from a variety of disciplines and institutions as they share their experiences in creating OER. This webinar is perfect for faculty and staff interested in learning more about OER creation and how open resources can be incorporated into courses.
Dr. Briget Doyle, Associate Professor, Geology, USC Upstate
Dr. Sara Rich, Assistant Professor, HTC Honors College & Isabella Wilson, Honors Research Fellow, Coastal Carolina University
Dr. Sophie Wang, Professor and Warren H. Owen – Duke Energy Professor of Engineering, Clemson University
Creative Commons Licensing for OER
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
1:00pm – 2:00pm
Creative Commons (CC) licenses are customizable copyright licenses that allow creators to clearly mark how others can reuse their work under specific circumstances. Learn about the different types of Creative Commons licenses that are applied to OER content, how to tell what you can do with a CC-licensed work, and how to select and apply a CC license for your own works.
For more information, contact Ellan Jenkinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.