This new professional development course is designed for SUNY faculty, librarians, instructional designers and other interested staff who want a more comprehensive and challenging learning experience with OER. It was adapted from the SUNY OER 101 course that was developed under an Innovative Instructional Technology Grant (IITG). This is an open course that is available for use, downloading, adoption and adaptation by anyone.
This course is an OER itself and was adopted from CUNY and adapted for SUNY. It is designed for SUNY faculty, librarians, instructional designers, and other interested staff who want a quick and practical jump start in understanding, locating, evaluating, and using OERS.
Coming soon, we are offering a new course, Intermediate OER Topics, for faculty, librarians, and instructional designers who wish to further their knowledge and skills in OER.
The purpose of this list is for SUNY and CUNY faculty, librarians, instructional designers, and other interested staff, to share their experiences, best practices, resources, and thoughts on Open Educational Resources.
The list moderator is Laura K. Murray, ATIS OER Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact Laura if you have any questions about the list or any problems subscribing.