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OER Curation and Coordination Across Campuses: How Librarians are taking a leading role in OER implementation

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This presentation will look at the role of the librarian in assisting faculty in the discover, evaluation, and curation of OER. We’ll discuss how the librarian might support this shift through their expertise in search and discovery. Using real-life examples, we’ll explore different library-driven initiatives including the use of LibGuides, faculty OER grants, and the development of OER libraries and talk about the benefits to these different strategies. With time, we’ll open this discussion up to the audience to hear how they have been working in their institutions to support the faculty evolution to open educational practice. This session is open to faculty, administrators, and, of course, librarians who have an intermediate understanding of OER.
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2019-05-22
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