Welcome to this introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) and Affordable Course Content.
Use the links on the left-side of the page to skip around to different sections and explore ways to provide equitable access to course materials.
Check back for updates to this list of virtual events!
|LibreTexts OpenEd Week Schedule
(several sessions each day, all week)
|Join the LibreTexts team for a new series of OpenEd Week webinars. All sessions will be synchronous and recorded for later viewing on YouTube. Registration is not required.|
|OER 101: Getting Started with Open Educational Resources||Sponsored by OpenOregon, Abby Elder
noon-1pm Pacific time,
March 6, 2023 (registration required)
|The Naturalness of OER (insights and tips about creating a historical immersion role-playing "game")||
Sponsored by Georgia Southern University, Jason Slone, 11:00am-noon Eastern time, March 6, 2023
|Equity and Open Education Faculty Panel||Sponsored by OpenOregon, Jen Klaudinyi
1:00-2:00pm Pacific time, March 8, 2023 (registration required)
|Navigating the Maze: Locating OER for your course||Sponsored by Georgia Southern University,
11:00am-noon Eastern time, March 8, 2023 (registration required)
|Open Educational Resources and Promotion and Tenure||Sponsored by Georgia Southern University,
11:00am-noon Eastern time, March 9, 2023 (registration required)
|Practical Tips for Incorporating DEI into your Course Materials||Sponsored by OpenOregon, Amanda Larson
12:10-12:55pm Pacific time, March 9, 2023 (registration required)
|3rd annual Language OER Conference||Sponsored by The University of Kansas Open Language Resources Center, March 11, 2023 (registration required)|
|Beyond Equality: Mobilizing Open Education for Racial Justice||Sponsored by SPARC, 2022 Open Ed Conference, Dr. Kamille Gentles-Peart, Roger Williams University (58:42)|
|Unleashing the Power of Open: Adopting and Adapting LibreTexts for Use in Your Classroom||Sponsored by ALT and GO-GN, 2022 OER Conference, Josh Halpern, LibreTexts (24:29)|
|Open Source Teaching K-12 Curriculum||Sponsored by ALT and GO-GN, 2022 OER Conference, Margaret Krone and Sarah Hutton, UMass Amherst (11:47)|
|What is Open Scholarship? A Framework for Discussion||Sponsored by ALT and GO-GN, 2022 OER Conference, Nick Baker and Dave Cormier, University of Windsor (30:43)|