There are many things to consider when designing an OER Project, such as student learning needs / preferences / objectives, plans for assessing learning, and types of tools and technologies you will use to engage learners,. We explored a few examples today including these OER evaluation criteria and checklists:
Achieve OER Rubric https://www.achieve.org/files/AchieveOERRubrics.pdf
Open Textbook Library Review Criteria https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/reviews/rubric
BC Campus Accessibility Checklist https://www.oercommons.org/courseware/lesson/63767/overview-old
BranchED’s Equity Rubric for OER Evaluation https://oercommons.s3.amazonaws.com/media/courseware/relatedresource/file/BranchED_OER_Full_Report_Designed.pdf
Washington’s Model for Screening for Bias in Instructional Materials https://oercommons.s3.amazonaws.com/media/courseware/relatedresource/file/Screening_for_Biased_Content_Form-062221_8fiLFw8.pdf
What design considerations and criteria are you going to use to guide the creation and evaluation of your OER Project? Please share them by replying below.