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  • Edulai for employability skills development

    Edulai for employability skills development

    Dynamic library with free internet learning material for improving employability skills

  • Open Education Group

    Open Education Group

    The Open Education Research Group is supported by a group at Bringham Young University conducts research to measure the impact of OER use. The Open Education Group site’s tagline is, “socially responsive research that concretely improves society.” The site also shares stories about how OERs are used in the “real world.” The scenarios are great starting points for faculty to think…

  • SUNY OER – Ready-to-Adopt Catalog

    SUNY OER – Ready-to-Adopt Catalog

    The SUNY Ready-to-Adopt OER catalog, created by OER Services with support from our partner Lumen Learning, focuses on general education curriculum, course materials in this catalog include peer-reviewed content to replace expensive textbooks, plus ancillary materials like PowerPoint slides and test bank questions. Many courses also include online homework, auto-grading, adaptive tools, and analytics to improve learning and…

  • Pixabay

    Pixabay

    Discover the best source for free images and videos. Free for commercial use. No attribution required. Over one million royalty free photos, illustrations and vector graphics – and thousands of free video clips. All images and footage on Pixabay are released under Creative Commons CCO: Free for commercial use, no attribution required.   Pixabay  …

  • Pexels

    Pexels

    Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock images for personal and commercial use. The site includes a large collection of photos, videos, wallpaper, and more.   Pexels   Keywords: Creative Commons

  • 9 Ways to Be a Good Digital Citizen – using technology appropriately

    9 Ways to Be a Good Digital Citizen – using technology appropriately

    This webpage from Digital Citizenship, developed by Mike Ribble, shares Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship. They fall into three categories, which are listed below.   Respect Your Self / Respect Others Etiquette Access Law Educate Your Self / Connect with Others Communicate Literacy Commerce Protect Your Self / Protect Others Rights & Responsibilities Safety (Security) Health…

  • OER Community Course Experience

    OER Community Course Experience

    The OER Community Course Experience is created by the State University of New York (SUNY) OER Services. The SUNY OER Community Courses introduce you to the fundamental principles and effective practices related to Open Educational Resources. Throughout the learning space, you have the opportunity to explore and discuss methods and approaches to finding, adopting, customizing, integrating,…

  • Open Attribution Builder

    Open Attribution Builder

    Open Attribution Builder is a tool to help you build attributions for Open Educational Resources (OER) and other items you find that have Creative Commons licensing. Fill out a form and the app automatically generates an attribution for you. This website is created by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.   Open Attribution Builder  …

  • 7 Things You Should Know About Open Education – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

    7 Things You Should Know About Open Education – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

    Open educational resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials in any medium that reside in the public domain or that have been released under an open license that permits no-cost access, use, adaptation, and redistribution by others. The 7 Things You Should Know About… series from the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) provides concise information on emerging learning technologies. Each brief focuses on…

  • Creative Commons – CC License Definitions, Search for Materials, & Share Your Work

    Creative Commons – CC License Definitions, Search for Materials, & Share Your Work

    The links below explain the various levels of permissions and Creative Commons licenses, enable searching for Creative Commons licensed materials, and provide information to those who wish to share their work using Creative Commons licenses.   Creative Commons Website   Creative Commons Licenses Search Creative Commons Materials Share Your Work using Creative Commons Licenses   Keywords:…

  • Google – Advanced Image Search

    Google – Advanced Image Search

    Click the tab labeled “Images” when using Google to limit your searches to just images. You can then click on “Tools” to reveal advanced search options. Advanced options include size, color, type, and the timeframe of when the image became available. The most useful feature of the Google image search is being able to limit…

  • 7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

    7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

    This concise and well-organized document by Educause explains Creative Commons and its relationship to copyright. Creative Commons allows copyright owners to release some of those rights while retaining others, with the goal of increasing access to and sharing of intellectual property. It further discusses who’s using it and how; and the implications for teaching and…

  • Intellectual Property: Part I Video

    Intellectual Property: Part I Video

    This entertaining video explaining intellectual property rights and discussing how you can share and protect your rights simultaneously is created the State University of New York Metaliteracy Learning Collaborative.   Intellectual Property: Part I Video (3 min. video)   What is Intellectual Property? – A definition and resources from the World Intellectual Property Organization   Keywords:…

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