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Open Educational Resources: References

What are Open Educational Resources (OERs), and why do they matter? This LibGuide will answer these questions, describe Creative Commons licensing, direct users to OERs, discuss best practices for developing OERs, and show Indiana University of PA faculty

Works Cited

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  • CSU Northridge Oviatt Library. (2017). What are digital learning objects? Retrieved from https://library.csun.edu/docs/ScholarWorks/LearningObjectsClarification.pdf
  • Creative Commons. (2017). What we do: What is Creative Commons? Retrieved from https://creativecommons.org/about/
  • Forward, M. L. (2017). We are not alone: Situating OER in global higher ed. [PowerPoint slides]. Opening up education: Textbooks, resources, courseware and more. Retrieved from http://www.niso.org/news/events/2017/2017_virtconf/apr19_virtconf/
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  • Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition. (2017). Open access. Retrieved from https://sparcopen.org/open-access/
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  • University of Bristol Educational Support Unit. (2017). What is an online tutorial? University of Bristol. Retrieved from http://www.bristol.ac.uk/esu/media/tutorials/design-principles/page_02.htm
  • University of Florida e-Learning. (2013). Learning modules overview. Retrieved from https://lss.at.ufl.edu/help/Learning_Modules