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Open Education Week 2018: Workshops for Faculty

Open Education Week is a celebration of the global Open Education Movement. Its goal is to raise awareness about the movement and its impact on teaching and learning worldwide. Join us!

Please note the following activities here at FSCJ for Open Education Week – March 5 – 9

The Webinars are from the ATD OER Grant, the workshops and student activities are being hosted by the Library

 

Spotlight Webinars

Join faculty in this live streaming webinar as they describe their OER course design and provide a brief course tour. These courses were created as a part of the Achieving the Dream OER degree pathways grant.

Course

Course Name

Professor

Day/Date

Time

AFPD#

Class #

AST1002

Introduction to Astronomy

Prof. Mike Reynolds

T 3/6

1:30 - 2pm

3904

6359

MAT1033

Intermediate Algebra

Prof. Jerry Shawver

T 3/6

3 - 3:30pm

3905

6360

MAC1105

College Algebra

Prof. Caroline Sampson

W 3/7

11 – 11:30am

3906

6361

ENC1102

ENC1102 Writing with Texts

Prof. Dan Powell

W 3/7

1:30 – 2pm

3907

6362

HUM2210

Humanities: Prehistory to the 15th Century

Prof. Scott Cason

TH 3/8

3 – 3:30pm

3908

6363

ENC1101

English Composition I

Prof. Shep Shepard

F 3/9

11 – 11:30am

3909

6364

  

From the Library and Learning Commons

Open Educational Resources (OER): A Very Brief Introduction - Emily O’Neil, Librarian

Monday March 5, 2 - 3pm

  STH LLC, Bldg. G, Room G0201

  AFPD3901 - Class # 6353

The workshop will include an introduction to OER and open licensing through Creative Commons.  Participants will consider and discuss the impact of OER on teaching and learning.  

                               

The Insider's Guide to Creative Commons - Elisabeth S. Ball & Julie Pactor, Librarians

Tuesday March 6, 10 -11 am

  DTN, Bldg. A, Room 2102D

  AFPD 3902 - Class # 6356

The goal of this workshop is to increase participant knowledge regarding the history, purpose, and licenses of Creative Commons and develop faculty strategies for using the resource to find open educational resources.    

 

Open Educational Resources (OER): A Very Brief Introduction – Melonee Slocum, Librarian

Wednesday March 7, 2 - 3pm

  Nassau Center LLC, Rm B107

  AFPD 3901 - Class # 6357

The workshop will include an introduction to OER and open licensing through Creative Commons.  Participants will consider and discuss the impact of OER on teaching and learning.  

 

Searching for Open Educational Resources (OER) - Barbara Markham & Lea Cason, Librarians

Thursday March 8, 10 - 11 am

  Deerwood LLC, Rm G2730

  AFPD 3903 - Class # 6358

This workshop will demonstrate more in depth searching of open educational repositories for textbooks, journals, and images.

Faculty Webinars: Open Ed Week 2018

Course: AST1002 - Intro to Astronomy / Professor: Dr. Mike Reynolds 

Course: ENC1101 - English Composition I / Professor: Dr. Shep Shepard

Course: ENC1102 - Writing With Texts / Professor: Dr. Dan Powell

Course: HUM2210 - Humanities: Prehistory to the 15th Century / Professor: Dr. Scott Cason

Course: MAC1105 - College Algebra / Professor: Dr. Caroline Sampson

Course: MAT1033 - Intermediate Algebra / Professor: Jerry Shawver

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