Rhianna Rogers has trained as both an anthropological-archaeologist and historian, specializing in Mesoamerica and native cultures of the United States. She is a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) with over eight years of field and museum experience. She is currently a member of the MA in Liberal Studies Core Faculty and a tenure track faculty member/mentor at SUNY ESC-Niagara Frontier Center where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Cultural Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, and the Social Sciences.
There is a growing trend among scholars and educators to see open educational resources (OER) as a cost-effective, sustainable and global approach to making high-quality digital and non-digital resources available to support learning and teaching; yet, not all educators understand how to do this effectively.
This 2-part presentation will present practical strategies for implementing OER in the design of course assignments and is intended to contribute to an ongoing discussion aimed at:
Latest Activity: Jan 3, 2017
Now having seen this presentation and reviewed the COTE NOTE, tell me how you are using OERs, what issues or concerns you may have, and any other ideas that you want to get out there. These could…Continue