Short Course: Accessing Free Resources for your Teaching
Short Course "Accessing Free Resources for your Teaching"
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are learning and research materials that reside in the public domain. Lecturers may select from a growing array of OERs, edit them as they wish and share with students. OER repositories include educational videos, reports, case studies and textbooks. Over a fortnight, this self-paced PD allows participants to consider a range of business education OERs and the potential benefit they may offer FBE students.
On completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Consider OERs from a variety of sources
- Evaluate the appropriateness of an OER for their teaching
- Recognise how and OER can be further customised for use within their teaching
Miriam Edwards is an Educational Designer at the Williams Centre for Learning Advancement. She is also a doctoral candidate at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Miriam has extensive experience in higher education which includes teaching, curriculum renewal and subject design. Her research interests are in designing online courses which are both innovative and accessible to students with diverse needs.