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.
*Recorded Presentations and Webinars will be listed under each event and hosted on the SDCCD On Demand Website.
In July, the Chancellor’s Office shared its intent to make “Acceleration Grants” available to the colleges. An overview of the program plan will be provided to discuss the information required for submission. The basic criteria to be used for application awards will be discussed. Although the stated due date to submit applications for this non-competitive funding opportunity is September 15, colleges can request an extension to November 15 in NOVA. During the webinar, an overview of the ZTC Program will be provided, and a representative from the Chancellor’s Office will provide an update on the current funding phases and answer your questions.
ADAPT provides a mechanism for linking openly licensed activities to the Canvas gradebook. In this webinar, we will build auto-graded activities in ADAPT as summative assessments that can be integrated into Canvas and create fill-in the blank, multiple choice, true or false, select choice, and matching ADAPT native questions. You will also learn how to add newly developed questions to an ADAPT assignment and how to use ADAPT in LibreTexts and, if locally available, within Canvas. Additional details regarding ADAPT integration into Canvas will be provided prior to the workshop.
Note: To participate, attendees will need to create both an ADAPT and a LibreStudio account.
How do you access ADAPT?
How do you access LibreStudio?
California Education Code 78052 provides the California Community Colleges with $115 million to “develop and implement zero-textbook-cost degrees and develop open educational resources.” It also introduced the requirement that we “Develop degrees with consideration for sustainability after grant funding is exhausted, including how content is updated and presented.” And “The chancellor’s office shall ensure that a grant does not result in the development or implementation of duplicate degrees for a subject matter to avoid duplication of effort and ensure the development and implementation of the greatest number of degrees for the benefit of the greatest number of students.” In practical terms, what does this mean for your local ZTC efforts?
Join us in office hours to address specific H5P/LibreStudio and ADAPT issues. Access H5P Part I – Introduction to H5P and LibreTexts Studio and H5P Part II – Introduction to ADAPT to learn more about these tools.
Using Open Educational Resources (OER) is an important element of student equity efforts. Join us for a hands-on training to learn how you can use the ASCCC’s Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, and Anti-Racism (IDEA) Framework to ensure your course materials reflect anti-racist and culturally relevant pedagogy. In this training you will learn what the IDEA Framework is and how to use it as an assessment tool for your OER. Remember, equity is a journey and not a destination. Let’s keep going!