Affordable Learning Solutions & Open Educational Resources

Friday, September 29, 2017 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: 
Humboldt Scholars Lab (Library, 3rd floor)

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The Faculty Teaching and Learning Luncheons are run by Faculty for Faculty and are intended to provide an affirmative space for faculty to discuss, share, and apply learning and teaching ideas, concepts, and practices in support of student success. We invite and encourage you to attend this event, enjoy the food and collegial collaboration.

This year we welcome Dr. Scott Paynton as our Faculty Lead and host.

This month's theme is Affordable Learning Solutions (AL$) and Open Educational Resources (OER's).
Hear from a panel of faculty regarding their experiences using and authoring open textbooks and resources. With Spring 2018 textbook adoptions due soon, this is an opportune time to learn about the many Affordable Learning Solutions and Open Educational Resources available for use in your classes. As Provost Enyedi recently wrote, "HSU Faculty can make a positive difference for students [by] researching and selecting, where available and appropriate, low-cost or no-cost instructional materials."  Not only can you adopt free and low-cost materials for your courses, you might also want to consider authoring these materials as well.

Unable to make it to the Luncheon? We got you covered.

Below you will find videos of this month’s Faculty Teaching & Learning Luncheon. Be sure to check out Academic Technology's Youtube Channel for playlists containing video clips of each month's faculty lead presentations.
Introduction to ALS's & OER's
Presented by our QA Faculty Lead: Scott Paynton
What, Why, Where, How: Open Educational Resources
Presented by: Kyle Morgan
Biology Open Textbook Adoption
Presented by: Roxann Schroeder
Geospatial Concepts Open Textbook Adoption
Presented by: Nick Malloy
Survey of Communications Study - Textbook Authoring
Presented by our QA Faculty Lead: Scott Paynton