"Building Bridges: Tools for Open Educational Resources (OER) Advocacy and Collaboration at TCUS Libraries" was an online workshop held April 13th, 2021. Organized and presented by the TCUS Libraries OER committee's inaugural members (Nov2020-Nov2021), the webinar featured an overview of OER with practical tips for Libraries staff at the Touro College and University System.
Lilyana (Lily) Todorinova, Undergraduate Experience Librarian, Open Educational Research, at Rutgers University Libraries delivered the keynote address.
The learning objectives established for the workshop were:
- Explain and advocate for Open Educational Resources (OER) to faculty, administration, and students
- Debunk common OER myths
- Recognize the appropriate copyright licenses for OER and understand basics of copyright
- In collaboration with others, assess, adapt, and support the implementation of OER for a given class’s curriculum
Submissions from 2021
Introduction, Danielle Aloia (Presentation)
OER 101, Jeanette Aprile (Presentation)
Evaluating OER, Michael Kahn and Timothy Valente (Presentation)
OER and Copyright, Alexa Stoneman and Emily Johnson (Presentation)
Teaching and Publishing with OER, Sara V. Tabaei and Kirk Snyder (Presentation)
Keynote: OER - Advocacy Service Connections, Lily Todorinova (Presentation)