Friday, November 19, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Successes and Challenges in Developing or Adopting Business OER presentation slides This conversation is intended for those who have adopted or want to adopt OER for the teaching of business courses. Join our discussion to share your experiences, lessons learned, ideas, and next steps for Business OER. …

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Friday, November 19, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Presentation slides for English Discipline OER Needs Assessment List of resources for English Discipline OER Needs Assessment There are a plethora of OER textbooks for College Composition and a growing number for Argumentative Writing and Critical Thinking and for Argumentative Writing and Critical Thinking Through Literature. What …

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Friday, November 19, 9:30 am – 10:30 am List of Resources Discussed In this conversation, the presenters and participants will discuss open and equitable resources that focus on shared topics within anthropology and sociology, such as family, gender, race, and more. We will present examples of OER used to teach those shared topics from an …

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Thursday, November 18, 3:30 – 4:30pm OERL Webinar – Cultivating Leaders webinar recordingOERL Webinar – Cultivating Leaders presentation slides Feeling like you are pursuing OER goals in a silo? Unsure how to approach and recruit colleagues for support? This webinar will focus on strategies, successes, failures, and lessons learned in striving to work collaboratively with …

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Wednesday, November 17, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Register for Curating and Creating OER for Oral Interpretation of Literature While Communication Studies has a robust selection of OER materials, one area that is consistently lacking is Oral Interpretation of Literature (CID – COMM 170). This conversation will provide a space to talk about current resources …

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Fall 2021; Resolution Number 3.04 Whereas, The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges supports efforts to increase student access to high-quality open educational resources and reduce the cost of course materials and supplies for students in course sections for which open educational resources may not be available to accomplish zero cost for students and encourages …

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Fall 2021; Resolution Number 3.05 Whereas, Zero-Textbook-Cost (ZTC) refers to instances in which textbooks are available to students at no cost, and California Education Code §66406.9 requires that California community colleges “Clearly highlight, by means that may include a symbol or logo in a conspicuous place on the online campus course schedule, the courses that …

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