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Your Students Using
Open Educational Resources
John D. Shank
Head of the Boscov-Lakin Information
Commons & Thun Library
@...
PART I
[WHY]
CC By C Slack: https://flic.kr/p/7ux3XY
Our Perspective
We Must...
WE WERE
Teaching Centered
Wilder lecture at Cornell, c. 1910
From This...
When you look
at this picture
what do you
observe?
...To This
When you look
at this picture
what do you
observe?
...To This
What are the
implications for
educators?
WE ARE
Centered
Becoming
Centered
How would you
define learning
centered?
Barr, R. B., & Tagg, J. (1995). From teaching to
learning—A new paradigm ...
WE NEED
To Achieve This
PART II
[WHAT]
Multimedia
Activity
Assessment
Create Peak Learning Experiences
Let’s
Summarize
PART III
[HOW]
Selection Tree
1. Use iOERs when students continually
strug___ with learning a topic
2. Use iOERs when you want to Fl__ your
classroom
3....
http://www.vitalvoiceanddata.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/partnership.jpg
Librarians Instructional
Designers
Faculty
Med...
Let’s
Summarize
Questions?
Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)
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Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)

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Gaining our students' full attention in the digital world is challenging. Find out how we can leverage OERs to move beyond traditional course resources (books, articles, videos, etc…) and enhance our courses. This session will focus on finding, choosing, and using interactive open educational resources in order to gain our students' full attention. These resources allow us to further engage our students with hypermedia, decision-making activities, and learner assessment/feedback tools. We will also explore how interactive OERs (tutorials, games, & simulations) can help motivate, as well as address gaps in student learning.

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Captivate your students using Open Educational Resources (OERs)

  1. 1. Your Students Using Open Educational Resources John D. Shank Head of the Boscov-Lakin Information Commons & Thun Library @ @IDLibrarian & https://www.linkedin.com/in/blendedlibrarian
  2. 2. PART I [WHY]
  3. 3. CC By C Slack: https://flic.kr/p/7ux3XY Our Perspective We Must...
  4. 4. WE WERE
  5. 5. Teaching Centered Wilder lecture at Cornell, c. 1910
  6. 6. From This... When you look at this picture what do you observe?
  7. 7. ...To This When you look at this picture what do you observe?
  8. 8. ...To This What are the implications for educators?
  9. 9. WE ARE
  10. 10. Centered Becoming
  11. 11. Centered How would you define learning centered? Barr, R. B., & Tagg, J. (1995). From teaching to learning—A new paradigm for undergraduate education. Change: The magazine of higher learning, 27(6), 12-26. [Cited more than 3100 times]
  12. 12. WE NEED
  13. 13. To Achieve This
  14. 14. PART II [WHAT]
  15. 15. Multimedia
  16. 16. Activity
  17. 17. Assessment
  18. 18. Create Peak Learning Experiences
  19. 19. Let’s Summarize
  20. 20. PART III [HOW]
  21. 21. Selection Tree
  22. 22. 1. Use iOERs when students continually strug___ with learning a topic 2. Use iOERs when you want to Fl__ your classroom 3. Use the sev___ factors to determine what you will be looking for 4. Determine __ere you will need to look 5. Eval_____ the iOERs you found 5 Key Integration Factors
  23. 23. http://www.vitalvoiceanddata.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/partnership.jpg Librarians Instructional Designers Faculty Media Specialists Instructional Technologists IT
  24. 24. Let’s Summarize
  25. 25. Questions?

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