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Open Educational Resources

OER Week schedule of events and further resources.

OER Opportunities

Conferences, grants, and other OER-related opportunities

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: A call for papers has opened for the Journal for Multicultural Education. The submission should be focused on the intersections of open educational practices and equity pedagogy. Learn more and submit here. 

ALMOST HERE: The Open Education Conference (#OpenEd21) will be held virtually October 18-22nd. That’s next week! Check out these tips for getting the most out of this (and any) virtual conference, and note that registration is still available. 

REGISTER NOW: Kennesaw State University is having their Open Access Week October 25th - 28th. See the complete list of events and register here.

APPLY NOW: Apply for the Certificate in OER Librarianship Program through the Open Education Network. Deadline for applications is November 28th, 11:59 pm CT. Learn more and apply here.

SAVE THE DATE: Join the Southern Regional Education Board this February in Atlanta for the Open Educational Resources and Dual Enrollment: Making a Case for Student Success conference on the promise of OER in dual enrollment to increase equity, access and affordability for U.S. students in high school and college. Learn more here. 

REGISTER NOW: Iowa OER Virtual Summit’s registration is open. This conference is free of cost and takes place March 1-3, 2022. Learn more and register here.


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OERs at Northshore

Shout out to NTCC Faculty Adronisha Frazier, Beth Alford, and Brandy Williams for attending the Quantitative Biology OER Workshop through NIMBios and Quantitative Biology at Community College (QB@CC) at the University of Tennessee! 

"QB@CC brings together life science and math faculty from across the country to develop a collection of OERs focused on math/quantitative skills appropriate for community college biology courses, and provide the professional development  and community support needed to incorporate quantitative/math skill in biology courses."