Finding and using re-usable teaching materials

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When creating teaching materials there are a wealth of re-usable educational resources that lecturers and teachers around the world share for others to use and adapt in their teaching.

Learning Enhancement and Development (LEaD) are running an online workshop to help you find re-usable resources for your teaching

These re-usable resources are called open educational resources (OERs) and we will help you find these of relevance to your own subject discipline.

We will also discuss how to find other resources (images, video, audio) you can use in teaching including some free resources and some that are licensed for use at City University.

It will be an interactive session using Zoom break out rooms and is suitable for those with different levels of experience of online teaching and you will be encouraged to share your experiences.

Please note that sessions will be recorded and then made available to view online.

The session is facilitated by:
  • Dr Jane Secker – Senior lecturer in Educational Development
  • Dr Julie Voce – Head of Educational Technology
The session is running on the following Date:
  • Wednesday 2nd September 1pm – 2pm

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Find out more about OERs on the Teaching OnlineToolkit

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    • Hester

      August 17, 2020 12:04 pm

      Hello William,

      I will check with the facilitators whether they are planning to make a recording available.

      Also on the sign-up form, there is an option to indicate you would be interested in the session but cannot make the advertised date.

      Please do complete the form so that we can look at possibly running the session again if there is enough interest.

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