Introduce yourself to the cohort of other LBCC faculty currently working on OER! What motivated you to switch to OER? What are some of the biggest challenges and rewards you foresee? What kind of support community would you like to build?
Any of the librarians can help you find free and open resources and determine how you can legally use them. However, the main point of contact for copyright and OER is Michaela Willi Hooper. Phone: (541)917-4660. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michaela Willi Hooper, the OER librarian, can help you create attributions for Creative Commons-licensed resources, get you set up on Pressbooks, and help with other citation, format, and platform questions. Phone: (541)917-4660. Email: email@example.com.
Consult with CFAR about accessibility at the beginning of your project! The main point of contact for OER in CFAR is Dionna Camp, Accessible Technology Specialist. Phone: (541)917- 4690. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Moodle Administrators can help you develop your OER on Moodle, and they can also answer a lot of questions about Google Suite. To set up a Moodle shell for your course, fill out this form. Email: email@example.com
The OER librarian can help you add a Creative Commons license to your materials. Send your resources to the library when you've completed your project so we can share them with the world. Michaela Willi Hooper. Phone: (541)917-4660. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's important to report your OER adoption to the Campus Store. You can also work with them to offer print copies, which some students prefer for learning. If you have questions, contact Nancie Meyer, the store manager. Phone: (541)917-4952. Email: email@example.com.