Author:
Liz Thompson, Kyle Binaxas
Subject:
Higher Education
Material Type:
Module
Level:
Adult Education
Tags:
  • Oer
  • Open Educational Resources
  • Open Textbooks
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Text/HTML

    Open Textbook Workshop (Asynchronous)

    Overview

    Based on the Open Textbook Network Workshop, this asynchronous workshop allows educators flexibility to engage with and interact with the materials outside of a traditional in-person workshop using Springshare's LibWizard tutorial platform.  

    Topics in this workshop include:

    • Introduction to OER (open educational resources)
    • Review of the cost of higher education
    • Review of the textbook publishing industry
    • Introduction to efficacy and perceived quality of open textbooks

    The attached text file includes the html code. We've also included links to a README document that describes the step-by-step process of recreating this tutorial in LibWizard and the list of in-workshop questions and answers for each section of the workshop. This should be everything you need to recreate the aynchronous workshop.

    NOTE: Archives of old versions of the html code can be found in this Google Drive folder.

    Section 1

    Based on the Open Textbook Network Workshop, this asynchronous workshop allows educators flexibility to engage with and interact with the materials outside of a traditional in-person workshop using Springshare's LibWizard tutorial platform.  

    Topics in this workshop include:

    • Introduction to OER (open educational resources)
    • Review of the cost of higher education
    • Review of the textbook publishing industry
    • Introduction to efficacy and perceived quality of open textbooks

    The attached text file includes the html code. We've also included links to a README document that describes the step-by-step process of recreating this tutorial in LibWizard and the list of in-workshop questions and answers for each section of the workshop. This should be everything you need to recreate the aynchronous workshop.

    NOTE: Archives of old versions of the html code can be found in this Google Drive folder.