If you are planning to create open educational resources (OER) then I recommend you use Creative Commons (CC) licensing for those resources. A quick way to add the appropriate license to your documents is with the Creative Commons License Chooser. This is an add-on for Google Docs. Let me show you how to install and use this useful add-on.
Stephen Burke and Katie Lynch from Rockland Community College (RCC) showed a great example of using Open Educational Resources (OER) across multiple courses while tightly tying the courses together. I was extremely impressed with what they had accomplished. Continue reading →
This was a wonderfully informative presentation by the team from Buffalo State College. Buffalo State College has developed common learning objectives that can be used across a discipline, e.g., the arts (art, dancing, etc). From those learning objectives, they built a Blackboard template that can be used as a starting point for course development. Continue reading →