OER in the Library
Libraries have been leading the open education movement. Through helping faculty, educating students, and promoting library resources as course materials, librarians are supporting open education. Learn some best practices and tools that every library can use to promote open educational resources, library resources, and become a part of the open education community. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of their role in the field as well as materials that can be modified to fit their work and roles in the library.

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020 at 10 AM MT
Target Audience
All library faculty and staff interested in promoting library resources as well as learning more about open educational resources (OER) are invited to attend.
Learning Objectives
• Introductory overview of OER
• Creative Commons licensing basics
• How to leverage library and open educational resources in online instruction
Christina Trunnell
Christina is the Montana Statewide OER Coordinator for TRAILS through a partnership with the MUS Board of Regents. She comes to Montana with over 15 years in academic libraries as well as experience teaching college courses with OER.
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Brought to you by the TRAILS Professional Development Committees.
Questions? Please contact Pamela Benjamin at pamela.benjamin1@montana.edu or 406.994.4432.
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