- Introduction to O.E.R.
-When: Monday, October 19, 2020 from 11:30 – 12:30, virtually
-RSVP to: Joshua Peach at email@example.com
Join a workshop introducing faculty to open educational resources (O.E.R.), and how to get started locating open learning materials in your discipline. Participants are encouraged to bring questions, and no level of familiarity with O.E.R. is required.
Download workshop slides (PPT) from April 2020.
Getting Started: Open Textbook Library Workshop
-When: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 2:30 – 4, virtually
-RSVP to: Joanna Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join a workshop about the Open Textbook Library, “a catalog of free, peer-reviewed, and openly-licensed textbooks” developed at the University of Minnesota. Other topics will include: an introduction to Open Educational Resources (O.E.R.), and how to find openly-licensed resources in your field. Participants are encouraged to bring questions, and no level of familiarity with O.E.R. is required. A $250 stipend is available for faculty who complete a review of an openly-licensed textbook.
Want to suggest a tailored workshop? Contact us.
One-on-one & Small Group Consultations
- Making your Syllabus Accessible
Your syllabus is the roadmap to your course: the first place students look for readings, assignments, and more. But what if students can’t access the syllabus, for accessibility reasons? In this consultation, we’ll take a close look at your syllabus from an accessibility viewpoint: considering font choices, hyperlinks, headers, and PDF conversion. We’ll also talk about CUNY Academic Works, the institutional repository, with the goal of uploading your syllabus for greater visibility.
Set up a consultation.
Faculty Development Programs
- Faculty O.E.R. Fellowship
-Offered three times a year: fall, spring, and June intensive
The O.E.R. Fellowship is a faculty development program which supports faculty in replacing textbooks with no-cost open/alternative course materials. Fellows will curate an O.E.R. over the semester to replace a textbook as the only required material in a course they will teach the following term.
Browse the Spring 2020 Fellowship application and the O.E.R. Fellowship website for reference.
- Environmental Scan working groups
Faculty members conduct an environmental scan for free and open materials in their discipline to identify areas of coverage and gaps, and start a roadmap for potential O.E.R. development.
Browse the environmental scan project template for reference.
- Returning O.E.R. Fellows Course Conversion
-Offered each semester
The Returning O.E.R. Fellows Course Conversion program is a way for former fellows to build upon the knowledge gained during the original fellowship. Fellows will curate an O.E.R. over the semester to replace a textbook as the only required material in a course they will teach the following term.
Browse the Spring 2020 Course Conversion application for more information.
- Authorship projects
If faculty are interested in authoring an O.E.R., contact O.E.R. Librarian Cailean Cooney at email@example.com for an individual consultation.
- O.E.R. Module– offered as part of City Tech’s Online Learning Seminar for hybrid and online teaching
Check the iTec website for the next scheduled Online Learning Seminar
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