Search for an openly licensed image using different search strategies and sites that you can use in one of your courses. You might consider using: Creative Commons Search MediaWiki Commons Flickr Creative Commons Unsplash Pixabay To Do: In your response, Link to the image that you have found, citing the source, creator, and license. Describe more… »
Examining the value and the impact of collecting and combining existing resources when creating content.
Open Educational Resource Repositories are full of learning objects, from the smallest (e.g., graph, article) to the largest (e.g., captured lectures, entire courses) shared by colleagues from around the globe. Some offer objects for all disciplines, and others are discipline-specific, often having grown from one department at one institution with a commitment to sharing its more… »
We have a collaborative Padlet and you are all invited to the population party. Padlet is a great tool for curating your own course resources, personal interests, and more (learn more about Padlet in the Extend Toolkit) You can make it as private or public as you like and include any mode of material. Our more… »
Complete the Assessing Online Resources Using CRAAP assessment activity and consider what other questions or rubrics you might use to supplement your evaluation. Is there key information missing from the CRAAP test? Do you prefer a different evaluation rubric? If, after completing the CRAAP test, you would not recommend your resource, try to find another more… »