Webinar recorded on 2017-07-28
Open Educational Resources (OER) are a hot topic in education, but Ohio has yet to fully harness the true potential of OER in our schools. During this webinar, you will learn: what it means for a resource to be open or have creative commons licensing the benefits of using and creating open educational resources criteria for excellence in OERs ideas on how to use them in schools how to become the OER leader and advocate in your school
Use this url to bookmark or link to Open Educational Resources in Your School: https://www.infohio.org//pd/webinars/recordings/item/bc2017oer.
Alexandria Halmbacher, Unit Manager of Education Products at the Ohio History Connection, serves on several state committees including INFOhio's Digital Literacy Task Force, the Ohio Department of Education's Social Studies Standards Advisory Board, and INFOhio's Open Education Resource Committee. She has worked with numerous school districts as well as state and local history organizations to develop and implement K-12 curriculum and has designed and facilitated educator professional development workshops across the state of Ohio. She currently manages the Ohio History Connection's premiere education resource Ohio as America, an online 4th grade social studies textbook.
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