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Friday, November 1 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Open Educational Resources: Build a Lesson Using Free Government Resources

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Open Educational Resources (OER) are resources licensed under creative commons license or in the public domain and permit no-cost accessing, adapting, and sharing. An Education Information Librarian, a Government Documents Librarian, and an Instructional Designer will show participants how to create an OER lesson using government documents. Gain hands-on experience and approaches that can be applied to a variety of disciplines as participants build a lesson about an aspect of World War II. Participants will be assigned roles within a group to create a lesson plan. The workshop will conclude with questions and a discussion of experiences as well as suggested applications for future use. Participants will leave with a list of resources.

Speakers
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Stephanie Hallam

Education Information Librarian, Southeast Missouri State University
I am the Educational Information Librarian at Southeast Missouri State University. In addition to being a subject liaison, providing reference, and teaching information literacy, I collaborate with faculty and students to locate and use open educational resources (OER).
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Kris Baranovic

Instructional Design Specialist, Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning



Friday November 1, 2019 3:30pm - 4:20pm
J.W. Student Union, Room D (3rd Floor)

Attendees (16)