WR 227 OER Instructor Resource
Welcome to the online survey form for adding new open educational resources (OERs) to PSU's WR227 data repository.
Most important of all the information below are four elements: (1) to identify a "book part," i.e., what focus/topic, (2) an active hyperlink, no 404 pages or dead links, please, (3) a descriptive name of the resource, e.g., “short customer complaint letter," and (4) a brief description in 25 words or less.
Other elements to include are, if known, keywords for genre, context, length, topic, constraints, the type of media (video, text/document, audio, slides) source, accessibility info (captioned, transcribed, screen reader?), OER copyright info. If applicable, tag resources for use (e.g., instructional for students, instructional for instructors, example documents, exercises, assignment prompts, quiz and discussion questions).
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Submitted By (optional). Add your name or other tag if you would like to identify this submission with you or an organization or program.
Choose one of the following that best fits the OER:
Defining Technical and Professional Writing
Audience/User Analysis & Research
Content Management Systems / Websites / Programming
Presentations and Meetings
Resumes / Cover Letters / CVs
Style and Plain Language
Name of Source (Publisher)
Source/site name (Old text-> Site name, text name, etc.)
Title of Work (Publication)
Title:Subtitle of work (text, video, or audio)
Last name, first name; last name, first name; & last last name, first name
Link Descriptive Title
Brief description 25 words or less on genre, context, length, topic, and constraints.
Genre of artifact being discussed: e.g., memo report, wiki, etc.
Instructional for Students
Instructional for Instructors
Questions for Discussions/Quizzes
Type of media
Screen reader friendly
OER CC Copyright Info
No Commercial Works
No Derivative works (=)
Non-CC Copyright License (regular copyright)
Public information (government)
Or date accessed
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