Open Educational Resources (OER)
Open Education refers to the growing set of practices that promote the sharing high quality educational resources and support learners to access education anywhere, anytime. Open Education incorporates educational networks, teaching and learning materials, open textbooks, open data, open scholarship and open source educational tools, collectively referred to as Open Educational Resources or OER.
Community college students spend the equivalent of 72% of their tuition costs on textbooks. Considering the financial pressures that many of our students face it is no surprise that 7 out of 10 students avoid purchasing the required materials for their courses.
By adopting Open Educational Resources (OER) Clark can address the rising cost of education AND provide learner-centered education. Explore the following links for more information:
Finding OER -- a resource of links to open source courses, textbooks and search engines
Scoop.it! / Finding OER -- a quick online guide to finding useful and relevant Open Educational Resources
Books for Checkout
The TLC Resource Collection is located on the main floor of Cannell Library.
Visit the Cannell Library web page to search the library's catalog.
To view all titles in the TLC collection, type *(asterisk) in the search field and limit by the “Teaching and Learning Center” location (from the All Locations drop-down menu):
To view TLC titles on a specific topic, type keyword(s) into the search field and then limit by “Teaching and Learning Center” collection:
Online Sources for Faculty Development
- General Teaching and Learning
- Classroom Assessment
- Learning Centered
- Universal Design
- Cultural Diversity
- Conversation Cafes
- Online Books, Videos, and Courses
- Concept Mapping
Online Smart Classroom Training
**Log into Clark College Intranet to access training.
Faculty Development Resources & Upcoming Activities