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Minitex News articles tagged with "OER" (6):

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Survey aims to assess Minnesota's current OER and Affordable Content initiatives

Aug 4, 2022

Staff from MnPALS, the University of St. Thomas, and Minitex are collaborating to address the need for Open Educational Resources (OER) and Affordable Content in Minnesota. To set a foundation for their work, they are conducting a survey of efforts already underway in Minnesota. They request that you complete their survey by Friday, August 26.
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Featured upcoming webinar: Introduction to Open Pedagogy

Apr 14, 2022

You are already familiar with OER and Creative Commons and you enjoy searching for and reusing open works. In this workshop, offered by our friends in the SELFIN consortia, we’ll explain how truly “open” works need more than just a Creative Commons license!
Open Ed Week

Next week is Open Education Week

Mar 3, 2022

Curious about Open Educational Resources? Whether you are new to OER or actively participating in the OER movement, there is always more to do and learn. Check out OE Global's OE Week (March 7-11) events to get the basics, gather ideas, and learn more about the expanding and exciting world of OER.

Open-Licensed Global Storybooks: From Arabic to Zulu

Feb 19, 2020

Aside from the global language content available in Ebooks Minnesota (Ojibwe, Spanish, Karen, French, Chinese, German, Somali), it was brought to my attention that we have access to a large collection of g

PressbooksEDU webinar: November 14 at 1pm

Nov 8, 2019

Curious about Pressbooks for academic use cases such as open educational resources? Thursday, November 14, you can catch Pressbooks’ Liz Mays as she demonstrates the features of PressbooksEDU in a free, live webinar.


OER textbooks in Ebooks Minnesota

Dec 7, 2017

Did you know that aside from two-hundred seventy titles from Knowledge Unlatched, there are hundreds of OER scholarly resources and open textbooks in