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OpenSciEd Aug 6
Today is the day! We are excited to share our newest unit with a . In this 7th grade unit, students dive into chemistry to figure out "How can we make something new that was not there before?"
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eCampusOntario Aug 6
eCampusOntario invites proposals for sessions for its upcoming Technology and Education Seminar and Showcase (TESS) 2020 conference, to be held virtually October 20-21, 2020. Learn more:
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Dr. Tien Chih Aug 1
Did my own anti-acknowledgement.
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Laura McShane 13h
Share We Shall Overcome Open Space
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Chad Flinn Aug 4
Those who claim co-creation is an excuse for educators to be lazy and that it puts all the work on the students have clearly never done it or know anyone who has. That said, it is 100000% worth it.
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KPU Open Education Aug 3
“Making sure OER is sustainable beyond the life of the grants. We want to make we use OER as a tool for the future of learning and to achieve goals of equity in higher education.” Learn how Colorado has gained momentum of its impact article:
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Kelvin Bentley, Ph.D. Aug 3
Check out a new resource from Texas y'all.
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Ed Mierzwinski, #ProtectConsumers, #StayHome Aug 4
Why can’t free open educational resources be the default switch?
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Felicitas Macgilchrist 23h
“The Open Search Foundation e.V. is a movement of people and organisations that work together to create the foundations for independent, free and self-determined access to information on the Internet.” ⁦
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Colby Moorberg Aug 6
The has been formatted in & is available as a web book. It will soon be available in various e-book formats. I need volunteers to help find formatting problems first though. Please help!
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Mason OER Metafinder (MOM) Aug 4
With Tufts, Emory, Maine Maritime Academy, and Simon Fraser University now pointing users to MOM, we're over the 400+ mark in sites linking to our discovery service.
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Don Gorges 17m
©ER & Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland condemned Trump’s move, calling it "absurd," Freeland said it’s ironic that Americans will be negatively impacted by the [voter-bait] tariffs Trump announced.
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OER Commons Aug 6
New added from Oregon's Linn-Benton Community College
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Alexandria Lockett Aug 6
We need a PBS expansion stat. Needs to continue to be free, consist of multiple channels, and address all educational levels including higher ed and continuing ed. The could lead to a fantastic partnerships to C&U’s and gives me additional ways to think about .
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Open Education Global Aug 3
Looking for high quality learning materials? has that recognizes that “...not every teacher has the resources to put together from scratch high quality online course materials" See more at
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Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas 16h
Wondering what all the buzz on OER is all about? Check out Texas Learn OER, ten openly licensed, self-paced modules developed by for us.
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KPU Open Education 12h
“The big movement I’m pushing on my campus – and eventually at the state levels is to be a default OER institution.” Learn how Colorado has gained momentum of its impact article:
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KPU Open Education Aug 4
"I am increasingly concerned about the cost of textbooks and have had a good experience with OpenStax, which is free to all," faculty shares thoughts on . Read the study:
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Association of Research Libraries 11h
Illinois Open Publishing Network to Launch Textbook Series with Titles by Wong, Saunders, Wolske
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MHEC Aug 5
Northeast Iowa Community College administrator and faculty member receive top IACCT honors ⁦
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