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OpenLearning

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Great! Another real Open Learning MOOC. I’m a frequent learner at FutureLearn. I teach online college courses in Canvas. These are pretty good learning experiences. They are fairly structured although they encourage learner choice and contributio...
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All sorted and situated for OpenLearning ’19

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The third iteration of Open Learning begins next week (March 17) with a focus on Open Access and Open Educational Resources. Week Two (March 24-30) emphasizes Open Pedagogy. Week Three launches Open Learning ’19 into the future with a discussion … Continue reading →
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OER Rant #3

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Another History in 5-or-so Minutes episode about editing Openstax OER US History textbook. Is my beef style or substance? You decide.
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Editing OER for Style & Substance

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I was going to spend five or six minutes talking about improving the style of a very clunky section of the Openstax OER text as I remix it for my spring class. Then I had to add another six minutes to address some problems I had with the substance. &nb...
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Remixing an OER textbook

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This is a 12-ish minute long episode of History in 5-or-so Minutes, in vlog format this time, in which I talk about beginning to rewrite the Openstax US History textbook. I’m going to use this as the basis of a US History I class this spring, but not before I revise it sunstantially. I’ll discuss […]
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CC Licensing for Collections and Remixes

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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CC License Flavors

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. The Creative Commons license itself comes in several flavors, depending on how many of the rights normally included in “all rights reserved” you want to retain, and which ones you want to be more flexible on. Each of these licenses exist in three […]
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Outline of my new #EnvHist course

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  As part of preparing content for this Spring’s “People In the Environment” section I’m teaching on American Environmental History, I’m “porting” my textbook over to a full-on OER (open educational resource). This should allow me to make the content available to students in a less expensive and more flexible version, in both print and […]
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Zotero Groups & Fair Use

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  As I’m beginning to prepare for my American Environmental History course next semester, I’ve started a Zotero Group containing a bibliography of some of the books that contain chapter readings and some journal articles I’m going to assign, or that are available for students working on term papers. So far, these are just books […]
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OER EnvHist!

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  In addition to the Creative Commons course I’m taking this semester, I’m also involved in a project to turn my American Environmental History textbook into an OER (Open Educational Resource) prior to using it to teach a course called “People In the Environment: Environmental History” in the Spring semester. “People In the Environment” is […]
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