This was a wonderfully informative presentation by the team from Buffalo State College. Buffalo State College has developed common learning objectives that can be used across a discipline, e.g., the arts (art, dancing, etc). From those learning objectives, they built a Blackboard template that can be used as a starting point for course development. Continue reading
One of the highlights of SUNY CIT was the keynote address by David Wiley. He gave a very informative presentation on the impact of open educational resources in education.
His presentation begins at 7:24. Continue reading
During SUNY CIT, the FACT2 OER Task Group reported out on a framework for open educational resources. Here are some notes regarding their presentation. Continue reading
There are countless great resources available on the web. These resources can be readily used in your courses. The problem for many is how to curate, organize, and share them. Let me share two options that I use. Continue reading
Did You Know…Evaluating the quality of material found on web pages requires two actions: 1) be suspicious, and 2) think critically about every page you find. The following checklist; devised by Joe Barker of the Teaching Library, University of California, Berkeley, will help you with your critique.