Incorporating OER in Courses

Perry-Castañeda Library, Learning Lab 4, The University of Texas at Austin
OER Working Group members
David Barny (University of Texas at Austin, Department of French and Italian)

Is there a specific part of your syllabus you’d like to change? Are you interested in providing your students with openly available course materials? Please join us on for a half-day workshop on open educational resources (OER). We’ll be talking about where you can find OER, how to interpret reuse options on OER, and how to remix OER materials with existing content you may have.

This workshop is intended for those who are teaching at UT Austin (whether graduate students, adjuncts or full-time faculty) and who are relatively new to OER. We welcome anyone interested in being more open in their classes, but activities will focus on swapping out specific pieces of a syllabus or incorporating supplemental materials, rather than replacing an entire course curriculum.

Registration is free and lunch is included.

We are limiting enrollment to 25 people to allow for meaningful hands-on activities. 

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