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Library Researcher Series: Open Resources for Teaching and Research

A drop-in workshop series offered by the University Library in Fall and Winter terms.

Open Resources for Teaching and Research

Session description: Many research and educational materials are now freely available online. But how do you find high quality resources? And how do you adapt them for use in the classroom? This session will introduce you to Open Educational Resources (OERs), Open Textbooks, Creative Commons licences, and how to find Open Access literature for teaching and research. Join experts from the University Library, the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness, and Student Learning Services for a discussion of this quickly growing area.

Open Textbooks.

Creative Commons Licenses

Session Information

This session took place on Oct 23 in the Murray Library, Collaborative Learning Lab (Room 145) from 12:00 - 1:00 PM.