Finding Open Educational Resources: From Needles in a Haystack to X Marks the Spot

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Screen Shot 2015-07-16 at 1.25.57 PMDoes finding open educational resources (OER) take more time than it’s worth? Teacher time is a precious commodity. In this edWeb.net webinar, attendees learned the tricks of the trade for finding tried and tested OER treasures and walked away with their own treasure map to X marks the spot. DeLaina Tonks gave attendees confidence in search techniques, “go to” treasure troves, and the top ten OER sites available for plunder. As a bonus, when all else fails we learned some quick tricks for creating your own OER and where to house it for others to find so you can share your homemade treasures with the greater OER community.

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Open Educational Resources (OER) in the K-12 Classroom is a professional learning community (PLC) that helps educators select and make better use of OER, and provides a collaborative forum for continuing dialogue and support.  Open Educational Resources (OER) are a fast-growing body of free digital resources that can help schools reduce their expenses on textbooks and other education materials.  This program is sponsored by Net Texts.

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