Many colleges are looking to open educational resources and openly licensed course material to reduce costs and expand access for their students. Surveys from faculty who have adopted OER and their students report positive outcomes in teaching and learner engagement in addition to the cost savings. Join CCCOER to hear from two OER Authoring platform providers who work with colleges to develop and deliver open courses that are engaging and help measure how students are learning. Faculty and other users of the platform will also be featured.
When: Wed, February 8, at 10am PT/ 1pm ET
Nathan Battle, Academic Success Director, Odigia
OER courses in Odigia transform textbooks into interactive learning experiences while providing additional tools to measure and promote better student engagement. In addition to ready-to-use courses, Odigia empowers subject matter experts to create new courses using existing OER content as a foundation.
Alyson Indrunas, Professional Development Director, Lumen Learning
Lumen helps you solve affordability and access problems with well-designed open textbooks and other course materials students and instructors access directly through the LMS. Fully-customizable courses designed using OER in more than 65 subjects are available and which can help you measure student success.
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