Resources for UNH OER Ambassadors

by Dr. Robin DeRosa

 

 

Ambassador Training Session Resources

Resource Description Link
Slides Slides from Robin DeRosa's presentation on OER, open pedagogy and open access Slideshare - OER, Open Ped, Open Access
Choose a CC License Go here to choose a Creative Commons license for your work Creative Commons - Choose
CC Licenses Go here for descriptions of the different Creative Commons licenses Creative Commons - License
Open Textbooks: The Billion Dollar Solution 2015 Report from Student PIRGs—lots of good research Student Pirgs - Open Textbooks
Z-Degree Report 2015 Report from Tidewater Community College about their OER pilot SCRIBS 
EXAMPLE: Modifying OER with your students David Wiley’s Instructional Design classes keep revising this Project Management textbook Open Content Blog
Emergent Outcomes Jesse Stommel’s slideshare about how to plan for outcomes you didn’t anticipate Slide Share - Jesse Stommel
Rhizomatic Learning Dave Cormier’s first post about the community as curriculum Cormier Blog
     
EXAMPLE: Individual Student Blog Heather Janssen’s blog for her Interdisciplinary Studies capstone at PSU Student Blog
     
Google Docs A video about using GoogleDocs for peer review YouTube - GoogleDocs for Peer Review
EXAMPLE: Mapping Project A cool mapping project about emotion in Victorian London. History Pin Mapping
Google Maps How to embed video and photos into a Google Interactive Map Google Maps - embed videos
     
EXAMPLE: Ben Franklin Timeline A nice example of an interactive timeline Interactive Timeline
Dipity Make your own interactive timeline Dipity Timeline
What is Open Access? A short video explaining Open Access publishing YouTube - Open Access