What are Open Educational Resources?by Shannon Tabaldo - LMU
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You are a teacher looking for existing lesson content that is free to use and modify for your specific need.
Your students are tired of getting all their information out of textbooks from the 1940s!
You search the internet and find TONS of content. How do you know if it is something you can use?
Then you find the Open Educational Resources Commons and learn that OER content is free to use, share, modify and more. Just pay attention to the Creative Commons license. (The video above from Brenden Walsh is very helpful.) vimeo.com This is my submission for the "Why Open Educational Resources Matter" video contest. All content is original, created by myself, including video footage,…
You use content from the OER Commons, modify and tweak it to fit your lesson, and your students LOVE you for mixing it up!
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