The Training Series
MCCLibOER: The Training Series was designed for you, a Middlesex Community College faculty member who has expressed their commitment to making higher education equitible. This training series will take you through 5 major progressions on your path to successfully implementing OER in your course.
For those of you who already actively utilize OER, we thank you and hope that you see this as an oportunity to further sharpen your skills in OER.
At the conclusion of your journey through these modules, you will be directed to the MCCLibOER Certificate Assessment. Upon completion, you will be MCCLibOER Certified and will recieve a certificate for your dedication to driving OER efforts at Middlesex Community College! We thank you!
The Importance of Partnering with the MCC Libraries
The MCC Libraries have brought you this guide, continue to collect data on NoLo and OER at MCC, and connect faculty and students to OER and freely available academic resources. We are your partners in OER. If you are condering OER, working on OER, or are updating your existing OER: connect with an MCC Librarian!! We are here as your partner in this work. Keeping your MCC Librarians in the loop will get you connected with even more resources. We are are information and resource professionals, after all! Further, it's important that we be informed as to what resources you are using. Why? Some licenses on certain platforms do expire or move to another platform. We want to keep an eye out for you so we can prepare for when that happens and keep your resources complete and without broken links, etc.
With all that said, let's get into it!
Attribution and Use
MCCLibOER: The Training Series was adapted from the following resource:
Texas Learn OER by Carrie Gits for DigiTex is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License CC BY 2020
MCCLibOER: The Training Series is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
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