*Getting to know each other*Agenda *Overview of OER *Hands-on time to build stuff *Sharing, observations, questions, next steps
*Materials that are free from copyright restrictions or are licensed for anyone to use, adapt, and redistribute
*Taking back the curriculum*Empowering making*Flexibility and openness
*Start with your goals *What do you want students to be able to do?
*Goals*Preliminary outline*Finding stuff *Citing sources*Curation (resource evaluation)*Putting it together
*Build something with OER content *Curriculum *Online study unit *Ebook *Multimedia *Professional learning *Other
*http://oerpower.wikispaces.com *Make a page for yourself.*http://content.k12opened.com*Everyone in the room*Whatever else you want to add
*What did you work on?*What worked well? What didn’t?*Questions*How might you use OER in your classroom?
*Thank you!*Karen Fasimpaur *@kfasimpaur *firstname.lastname@example.org*Credits:* Globe image from DonkeyHotey and Reto Stöckli, Nazmi El Saleous, and Marit Jentoft-Nilsen, NASA* Lego blocks image Rob Young* Finish line image from jayneandd