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    • OER for Health Science: Next Step After Core Curriculum Subjects 

      Levitt, June (2022)
      Currently, Open Educational Resources (OER) development focuses on core curriculum subjects. After completing the core curriculum, students must pursue upperclassman subjects to complete the bachelor's degree. Many professions ...
    • A Shared Journey to Make Science Accessible in the Division of Chemistry and Biochemistry 

      Kohan, Nasrin; Taylor, Alana (2022)
      This presentation will discuss how we have successfully incorporated Open Education Resources and Practices (OER and OEP) in various science courses. OER was first implemented in Principles of Physics in the fall of 2014. ...
    • Open Science Principles for Teacher Education 

      Dhakulkar, Amit; Ferreira-Meyers, Karen (2022)
      In this presentation, the authors start from the importance of improved teacher education during and post-Covid19 pandemic. The Covid19 pandemic continues to exacerbate the lack of qualified teachers. Together with qualified ...
    • ESL Goes Online and Global: Integrating OERs into TESOL Courses 

      Kilpatrick, Cynthia; Semingson, Peggy (2022)
      This session provides an overview on ways that two instructors in the field of TESOL (Teaching English as a Second or Other Language) integrate OERs into their undergraduate teaching methods courses and graduate level ...
    • Creating the Commons: Tools to Make and Create 

      Dhakulkar, Amit; Olivier, Jako (2022)
      Tools of production in the form of software applications are crucial to create and edit digital resources. But what type of tools of production should educators learn and use to create their own resources? If we truly want ...
    • Interventions in Art History and Visual Art: A Professor's and Graduate Teaching Assistant's Journey to OEPs 

      Ishii, Sara; Selman, Hanna (2022)
      This presentation shares the experiences and motivations of Dr. Sara Ishii, Art History and Visual Culture professor, and Hanna Selman, MFA candidate and Understanding Art instructor for using and adapting Open Educational ...
    • From Adoption to Publication: Tips and Tricks for Instructors and Authors 

      Zerangue, Amanda; DeJong, Trey; Ahmed, Shazia (2022)
      You’ve successfully adopted or created an Open Educational Resource (OER) for your class. Are you wondering if this transition impacted your students? Would you like to encourage your colleagues to join the OER team or use ...
    • Building an OER eBook: Lessons From a Student-Centered Collaboration 

      Wainscott, Sarah (2022)
      For some content and disciplines the transition to open access materials requires the development of extensive new resources, presenting a daunting task in terms of time commitment and scope. This presentation walks through ...
    • Chair Yoga: OEP@TWU 2022 

      Whitmer, Susan (2022)
      Do you want to take a yoga break at your desk? Try this 20-minute chair yoga session with Susan. The health benefits of chair yoga include greater flexibility, stronger muscles, better posture, and reduced stress. Susan ...
    • A Tour of Texas Learn OER: Ensuring Equity Through Collaboration 

      Sebesta, Judith (2022-04-20)
      Join me for a quick (virtual) tour of Texas Learn OER, an award-winning set of ten peer-reviewed, openly licensed, self-paced modules for faculty, staff, and administrators. My organization, the Digital Higher Education ...