Combining OER Resources To Meet Learner Needs - #MVilleOpensUp - 3_5_Afternoon Session
From Matthew Fox on March 7th, 2019
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Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 at 3:00 PM
Larger numbers of college students are facing food and housing insecurity, while also purchasing expensive textbooks that aren’t fully used to support learning in the classroom. In this session, presenters Nicole Pfannenstiel and Alex Redcay discuss remixing OER resources, meshing multiple OER textbooks, and using journal articles from the discipline to support student learning, and equity of access to course materials. This session emphasizes starting with learning goals to build course learning experiences for students with a combination of resources, not just one OER textbook.
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