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dc.contributor.authorJacob, Meredith
dc.contributor.authorWalz, Anita R.
dc.contributor.authorBjork, Karen
dc.contributor.authorCoolidge, Amanda
dc.contributor.authorAshok, Apurva
dc.contributor.authorCross, Will
dc.contributor.authorJaszi, Peter
dc.description.abstractThis invited presentation is eighth in the series "Resilient Digital Materials for Teaching and Learning: Copyright and Open Education Strategies Webinar Series" hosted by Washington College of Law. The series was created shortly after the COVID-19 move to remote teaching to aid teachers (K12 and Higher Ed) to navigating concerns around copyright when finding digital teaching materials. Presentation recordings are available at:
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dc.titleCreating teaching materials for Fall 2020 and beyond: authoring and adapting Open Educational Resources for colleges and universities (strategies, systems, and sources for creating OER)
dc.description.notesMy part of the presentation covered useful materials and instructor decision-points when moving from adopting, curating, adapting, to creating. I used Virginia Tech OER and other examples to show the wide range of flexible learning materials available that could be adopted/curated/adapted or created.
dc.identifier.orcidWalz, Anita [0000-0002-1971-0139]
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