As we encourage practitioners to use, remix and repurpose open educational resources (OERs) how can the #openedsig help? The purpose of this chat is to crowdsource some of the best places to find suitable OER for a wide range of learning contexts. We will also share top tips on finding resources informed by the research of Kelly Terrell from Southampton University. We will curate community OER sources online to save you the bother! Hunting for treasure in many diverse forms, from contemporary newspaper reports to images for presentations, from reliable teaching resources to data and visualisations. Join us in using the #altc #treasurehunt tags.
Great to see lots of you joining us for the session this afternoon on twitter. If you would like to contribute some ideas for finding great OERs, please use this form https://goo.gl/forms/kk19xdSH5bN8PAtJ3
are you interested in the #sustainability of education? are you a practitioner looking for teaching resources? then you need to join our #altc #treasurehunt next week https://t.co/AXpxr5dXdU #OERs can contribute to #sdg4 #openedsig @KellyATerrell is ready to help you pic.twitter.com/3fT1QgELPY
— Teresa MacKinnon (@WarwickLanguage) December 7, 2018