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Open Educational Resources (OER)

This guide is intended to provide SNHU faculty/staff information and support in researching open educational resources and copyright/licensing. If you have comments or suggestions for the guide, please contact Heather Blicher at h.blicher@snhu.edu.

SNHU Closure & Academic Meeting Events 2019


FREE KITTENS!  OER and Library Resources for your Courses

Adam Gilbert (SAS-Math) & Librarians                        

Save money, save time, improve access, and bring your syllabus or course design to this workshop to learn more about Open Educational Resources (OER) and library resources.  As SNHU, Global and UC/CETA, all commit to making education more affordable for students, those creating courses are seeking free texts and materials online or through the library subscriptions. Engage with fellow faculty and librarians to initiate guided searching for resources specific to your course content.

*kittens not included

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2019

Time: 10:00 - 11:15 am

Location: Wolak Library Learning Commons, Shapiro Library, Room 204 

 

Three Wins for OER (Poster Session)

Allie Davis, Learning Resource Vendor Manager

Cory Gagnon, Learning Resource Vendor Manager

Heather Blicher, E-Learning Librarian

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2019

Time: 8:30 am

Location: DoubleTree, Manchester Downtown

 

Checking the Map: Where We Are in our Journey to Open Education

Allie Davis, Learning Resource Vendor Manager

Cory Gagnon, Learning Resource Vendor Manager

Heather Blicher, E-Learning Librarian

The Open Education movement is not new to higher education. Open education has been a topic of conversation for more than a decade, and we know that, in many ways, open education directly aligns with the mission, vision, and values that drive SNHU. As this organization continues in our journey toward this area of the educational landscape, we know that we must build a strong community of openness to support our efforts.

In our presentation, we will be using a recent WCET blog post - "A Recipe for a Successful Institutional Open Education Initiative" by Rajiv Jhangiani - to frame the progress that SNHU has made toward open education in the last year. This framework will show the major wins that we have accomplished since our poster presentation last year as well as reveal some remaining gaps in our progression. We will ask participants to join us in better understanding our gaps and brainstorming strategies for filling these holes in order to build a strong community within our organization.

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2019

Time: 1:15 - 2:15 pm

Location: DoubleTree, Manchester Downtown