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Date created: 2013-12-05
This poster was presented at the annual conference for ARMA Canada on June 14th, 2016. The poster includes several Creative Commons licensed resources, including graphics. The poster is licensed under Creative Commons under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Items include a graphic of the poster in PDF format, an audio description of the poster, and a script of the audio to increase accessibility to the work.
Date created: 2016-06-14
A list of open educational resources used in the Simon Fraser University course SCD/REM 301 - “Sustainable Community Development Theory and Practice” during the Fall 2016 semester. Title of Project: Evaluating the use of open educational resources in sustainability teaching and learningPrincipal Applicant: Mark RoselandFaculty: Environment - Department/School: Centre for Sustainable Community Development; Resource and Environmental Management Co-applicant(s): Joanna AshworthFaculty: Environment - Department/School: Centre for Sustainable Community Development Research assistant: Maria SpiliotopoulouFaculty: Environment - Department/School: Centre for Sustainable Community Development; Resource and Environmental Management
Date created: 2016-09
Indexed and annotated list of open educational resources for Archaeology 286 (Cultural Heritage Management), organized by the 14 course learning outcomes. Title of Project/Course name: Arch 286 (Cultural Heritage Management) Principal Applicant: John R. WelchFaculty: Environment - Department/School: REM & Archaeology Co-applicant: Erin HoggFaculty:Environment - Department/School: Archaeology
Date created: 2016-12
The Faculty OER Toolkit is an information resource about and guide to adapting and adopting Open Educational Resources. Included are definitions and examples, information about Creative Commons licensing, and tips on how to adapt and/or adopt OER for classroom use. Created via Pressbooks (online publishing platform).
Date created: 2017-03-31
Through videos, text and quizzes students will learn the basics of library research, including understanding the peer-review process. This interactive Canvas (SFU's LMS) tutorial is a great tool for making sure that all of your students know the essentials, and can be assigned as preparation for more specialized library workshops. It takes approximately 50 minutes to complete.