COVID-19 Open Education Community Contributed Resources
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Community Contributed Open Educational Resources for Teaching and Learning in the COVID-19 Era
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Short Link to spreadsheethttp://bit.ly/CCCOERPivotOnline
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LicenseThis spreadsheet is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 international license. Some materials linked here have more restrictive licenses. Please note those licenses when you use this content.
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AboutThis spreadsheet is based on contributions from the open education community organized by CCCOER and Open Education Global to support educators, students, and their families in the transition to online and homebound schooling necessitated during the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

Many higher education institutions including community and technical colleges are attempting to move all their classes online as closures of classrooms become necessary. This is impacting faculty, staff, students (everyone) so we’ve incorporated OER Toolkits and repositories, Teaching Online tips, and more. Although students may not be coming to campus, they are still experiencing many of the same issues of food and housing insecurity which may be exacerbated with disruption of jobs and transportation so student support is critical at this time.

K-12 schools are also being required to close their doors leaving younger students homebound without many resources. We are collecting free online and open educational resources available for families and students. Internet access may be available at libraries for those without access at home.

Please feel free to add more open educational and free resources to this spreadsheet. It is our hope that instructors and students who engage for the first time with open educational resources now will see the value of continuing with open education resources and practices in the future.
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TabsThe tabs are set up to organize the materials by government and public health resources, OER Toolkits and Repositories, Online Teaching Resources, Student Support, and K-12 Student Resources.

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ContributorsPlease add your name below:
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Una Dalyunatdaly@oeglobal.org
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Liz Yatalizyata@oeglobal.org
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Kelli Hatinhatink@sunyacc.edu
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Cable Greencable@creativecommons.org
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Carlos Guevaracguevara@hostos.cuny.edu
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Marabaelomusica@gmail.com
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Special thanks to the RLOE Sustainability Team led by Amy Hofer for concept behind the spreadsheet organization
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