Category: OER

Celebrate Open Education Week! March 4 through 8, 2019 Free Events EVERY DAY!

Open Education Week is a FREE global event that seeks to raise awareness of
free and open sharing in education and the benefits they bring to teachers
and learners. Coordinated by the  Open Education Consortium, the
event showcases projects, resources, and ideas from around the world that
demonstrate open education in practice.

Featured speaker: Lawrence Lessig (founding board member of Creative Commons)

Download the flyer for a complete list of events and speakers!
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Download the Open Ed Week Flyer

Celebrate Open Education Week! March 4 through 8, 2019 Free Events EVERY DAY!

Open Education Week is a FREE global event that seeks to raise awareness of
free and open sharing in education and the benefits they bring to teachers
and learners. Coordinated by the  Open Education Consortium, the
event showcases projects, resources, and ideas from around the world that
demonstrate open education in practice.

Featured speaker: Lawrence Lessig (founding board member of Creative Commons)

Download the flyer for a complete list of events and speakers!
Open Ed Flyer thumbnail
Download the Open Ed Week Flyer

OASIS: OER Search Tool, built in Milne, now at Milne!

Milne Library at SUNY Geneseo is excited to share with you an OER search tool that we have developed called OASIS (Openly Available Sources Integrated Search)Full URL: https://oasis.geneseo.edu/

We have gathered more than 155,000+ records from 52 different sources that have been carefully selected in collaboration with SUNY OER Services.

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Workshop: Open (free!) Educational Resources for Teacher Candidates

GOLD.OERYou’ve just graduated from college. What are you going to do now? If you are like other graduating seniors, you may be overwhelmed and frustrated knowing that you no longer have access to the myriad paid resources offered by your campus library. How will you continue your research, plan for your lessons, or find professional development opportunities? In this workshop, an education librarian and practicing teacher will share some of the strategies and resources gleaned during their personal experiences with teaching and learning. Students will walk away with a plethora of resources and specific examples of how to use them. Students are required to bring a lap top to the workshop.

Thursday, March 26th
2:30 – 3:30 pm
Welles Hall 24 

Instructor: Michelle Costello – Education & Instruction Design Librarian, Milne Library