Faculty at GVSU… are YOU:
CONCERNED about the impact of high textbook costs on students?
INTERESTED in finding course materials that you can freely revise and adapt?
CURIOUS why people keep talking about Open Educational Resources (OER) at conferences, workshops, and campus events?
On October 22, the University Libraries are hosting two visitors from the Open Textbook Network, a national consortium of academic institutions advancing the use of OER, for a full day of workshops and meetings.
Guest presenters Marilyn Billings (University of Massachusetts – Amherst) and Meggie Mapes (University of Kansas) are passionate, successful advocates for OER, and are presenting a badge-eligible workshop for any interested faculty instructors.
Open Opportunities: Exploring OER with the Open Textbook Network is a two-hour workshop focused on discovering and evaluating OER for potential use in a course. This badge-eligible session is specifically designed to provide an introduction to OER and kick-start attendee’s exploration of high-quality open textbooks.
Open Opportunities Workshop
TIME: 1:00 – 3:00 PM
DATE: October 22
LOCATION: LIB 030.
Access full details and registration in Sprout.
If you have any questions about this professional development opportunity or OER in general, please feel free to contact Matt Ruen, Scholarly Communications Outreach Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.