Open Educational Resources: Finding, Remixing, Creating
Thursday, March 8
11:30 to 1:00pm
“Educators worldwide are developing a vast pool of educational resources on the Internet, open and free for all to use.”
The Cape Town Declaration (2007) describes some of the opportunities for instructors, librarians and students creating, using and remixing Open Educational Resources (OER). In this workshop, Lucas Wright and Krista Lambert, Open Education Advisors at BCcampus, will guide you through finding, using, remixing and creating OER. Join us for this hands-on workshop to learn about:
- How to find educational resources, including images, videos and texts that are openly licensed using Creative Commons or in the Public Domain.
- Creative Commons licensing and how it relates to copyright.
- How to remix and use open educational content in your courses
- Considerations and approaches for licensing your own work
Bring a laptop. Students, faculty, and staff welcome. Tea and cookies will be served.
Lucas Wright is an Open Education Advisor at BCcampus, in this role, he supports the BC Open Textbook Project. This involves advocating and supporting open education broadly in the BC post-secondary institutions and managing individual textbook and OER projects. Previous to this role he was an Educational Consultant at the University of British Columbia where he guided and supported instructors using learning technology, active learning and open learning in their courses.
Krista Lambert is an Open Education Advisor at BCcampus where she coordinates the development of the Zed Cred (zero-cost for students for textbooks) programs. Previously, she was an instructional designer in the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation at the Justice Institute of British Columbia. Her interests include open learning, simulations and promoting technology implementation with faculty and students. She holds a MEd. in Educational Technology and Learning Design from SFU.