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Upcoming Open Educational Resources Workshop

by Lydia Bello on 2022-04-22T11:44:06-07:00 | Comments

Faculty are invitedGraphic that reads "Workshop Mon, Apr 25 11:00 - 12:30 Equitable Student Access to Course Materials Exploring Open Educational Resources for your course" with a decorative image to attend a workshop on Monday April 25, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom. Attendees will learn about the benefits of these resources for their courses, what makes an Open Educational Resource and be invited to review an item from the Open Textbook Library. Registration is now open for the workshop.

 

Round grapic that reads "Open education network member" with a diamond shaped logo for the OENTo support open education at Seattle University, SU has joined the Open Education Network, a community of colleges and universities working together to promote the use of open educational materials in higher education. This membership will enhance the University’s emerging support for open education, paving the way for future successful initiatives and collaborations.  

 

Both the workshop and membership in the Open Education Network is a part of the work of the Open Education Task Force, an initiative of Reigniting our Strategic Directions Goal 1: Reimagine and Revise the Curriculum. This working group is charged with exploring opportunities for open education and open educational resources at Seattle University, identifying actions that could support those opportunities, and advocating for open education on campus. The Open Education Task Force is co-chaired by two Library Faculty, Lydia Bello and Rochelle Lundy.

Seattle University’s membership is facilitated through Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons’ membership in the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a nonprofit consortium of 37 colleges and universities in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho that manages shared tools, works on collective purchases, facilitates access to unique and local collections, and coordinates resource sharing for our members through Summit lending.  

If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the co-chairs of the Open Education Task Force, Lydia Bello and Rochelle Lundy. 


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