OERs are teaching and learning resources that are licensed for re-use with Creative Commons licenses (our default license in CC-BY-SA), and therefore free for students and educators, and publicly available. These includes a wide variety of resources such as textbooks, full courses, journal articles, datasets, and interactive learning content. OER are separated from other “free” content by the reuse rights that have been granted through an open copyright license such as Creative Commons (CC). With these rights, or permissions, we are able to adapt OER content for various contexts without worrying that we are running afoul of copyright law.
Look for workshops or stop in for information and support about how to create and/or access OERs. To request a consultation for how to use and/or create OERs, please use this form.
Drop-ins for Open Learning Lab & Open Educational Resources support during Spring Semester
Are you curious about the Open Learning Lab (OLL) or Open Educational Resources (OER)? Do you have an idea for an OLL website or an OER that you want to discuss? Maybe you need help finding existing OERs in your area or you have developed an OER but need help publishing? Join CTE faculty fellows and staff to have your questions answered, discuss ideas, and brainstorm. Drop-in once or as many times as you’d like! Both beginners and experts are welcome.
Biweekly on Tuesdays from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Feb. 9, Feb. 23, March 9, March 23, April 6, and April 20
Join by phone
+1-415-655-0001 US Toll
Access code: 120 959 3670