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Open Educational Resources (OER)

A guide for faculty to find OER & no-cost materials



Archived webinars.


Fall 2022 on Fridays, 10:30 -11:30 am 

OERI Weekly Webinars are intended for a diverse audience. FLEX Credit is available!

  • Open for Antiracism: Supporting Educators to Use Open Education for Antiracist Teaching

    Wednesday, August 31, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

    Register for Open for Antiracism: Supporting Educators to Use Open Education for Antiracist Teaching

    Launched in 2020, the Open for Antiracism (OFAR) program engages and supports California Community College faculty in transforming their classrooms to be antiracist by leveraging OER and open pedagogy. Participating teams of faculty will join a community of practice learning about antiracist pedagogy in the fall through an asynchronous facilitated online course. Spring semester will be dedicated to implementing those new practices in the classroom with coaching and peer support.  Entering its third year, OFAR will continue to emphasize institutional impact along with support for student leadership. Join us to hear about research results from past years and how you can apply for the program.

  • The ZTC Program – An Overview

    Friday, September 9, 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Register for The ZTC Program – An Overview

    In July, the Chancellor’s Office released a memo outlining the phasing of disseminating $115 million for ZTC. What will be required in Phase 1? And what can we expect in Phase 2? In this webinar, a representative from the Chancellor’s Office will provide an overview of the ZTC Program and answer your questions.

  • ZTC Via OER – What do the data say?

    Friday, September 16, 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Register for ZTC Via OER – What do the data say?

    OER is one way to alleviate textbook costs for students – but is it the best way? Other than the benefit of being free, are there data to demonstrate increased student success when ZTC is achieved by using OER? Colleagues from across the state will share their research findings with respect to this question.

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LOFT Badge Program 

  • By the end of this badge, you will be able to:

    • Define OER and the 5 Rs
    • Describe why educators and students use OER
    • Identify key connections between OER and equity
  •  2 hours Flex Credit

SDCCD OpenEd Week


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MARCH 7-11, 2022

The SDCCD Online Learning Pathways is delighted to announce, with support from Student Textbook Affordability Committee, a live synchronous webinar series for Open Education Resources (OER) Week.

This year we are proud to offer a series of workshops that will introduce OER and how you can use it to improve the online experience for both faculty and students. There will also be topics on open education leadership, faculty panel, ABC’s of OER and ZTC, OER Toolkit, and a lightning talk about Creative Commons about improving the impact for the learning experience.

All SDCCD staff, faculty, and administration are invited to participate.

 *Recorded Presentations and Webinars will be listed under each event and hosted on the SDCCD On Demand Website.