Finding quality OER for the context in which you need it proves to be a challenge; however, you can find needles in the haystack by using proper search terms and narrowing down searches using filters.
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For this module, I experimented with a number of new technologies. I created an animated GIF without using photoshop (which was fun and easy, I will probably use these for my course material development in the future) and I also played around with http://www.googlelittrips.org/ which seems like a really neat idea. As a huge fan of… Read more »
For Show a Process as an Animated GIF, I decided to make my animated GIF around the idea of a variable. I used the youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jvrszgiexg0 to get ideas, and see how they explain it. I knew I wanted to do something with boxes, and I don’t have photoshop on my laptop, but with limited means… Read more »
Sitting in my office, looking at my clutter, I am trying to think what extend means to me. Without getting too philosophical, I think it’s the extension that happens outside of the classroom and carries on into the real world. Even though I try to model projects on real world problems using actual data, there… Read more »
I thought this was a very interesting activity because it parallels something we recently did in MKT1005. In that example, students researched the hashtag #UnitedBreaksGuitars and wrote an essay on what the tweets around the subject, actors, or other factors meant. This is an important point as meaning, or why things are grouped as they… Read more »
Here are some of the activities I engage in to expand my PLN: Try to follow new and interesting people on twitter. Look at who people I am interested follow, and follow some of those people too. As of right now, I am following 1,709 people and 384 are following me. I currently have 326… Read more »
For this task, I am self aware enough to know I can’t beat my colleagues brilliant drawings in her post. So before we get into the dining table, I would like to share a story which took place a number of years ago.
This post is going to deal with CRAAP, currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, purpose. Specifically we are going to deal with an issue around open source tools in class. In my program, we sometimes want to make students aware of a particular piece of software, but not each an entire course about it. When looking at… Read more »
For this post I am linking to my padlet of OER resources I collected around social research and ethics https://padlet.com/sidney_shapiro1/ypl9ioylc0k1 I highlighted OER resources that I would use in various courses and started to build a list of how they connect together by topic and subject (to reflect the various courses and subjects in the program).
For this activity I am going to go through the process of three OER that I could potentially use in a course. I actually went through this activity last summer when looking for an open source text for a course. I searched through many resources until I came across the perfect book. I finally found… Read more »