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OpenOKState Student Fellows

CC BY (Attribution)  2 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Kathy Essmiller

Subject(s): Open learning, distance education, Political activism / Political engagement, Funding of education and student finance, Student life, Higher education, tertiary education, Library and information services

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 04/03/2024

This resource provides a micro-course opportunity for students to learn about, engage with, and advocate for lower textbook costs through the use of open educational resources. It is used at Oklahoma State University to support student advocacy for open practices; it is used in particular with students selected to the OpenOKState Student Fellows program.

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Who Teaches Writing?

CC BY (Attribution)  5 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Dr. Tyler Branson, Dr. Ron Brooks, Dana Cadman, Dr. Heidi Cephus, Sarah Beth Childers, Dr. Joshua Daniel, Beth Devore, Dr. Rafael Hernandez, Dr. Charlotte Hogg, Dr. Ho'omana Nathan Horton, Dr. Stephanie Link, Vyshali Manivannan, Dr. Josiah Meints, Dr. Robert Mundy, Sara Nezami Nav, Holly Reiter, Dr. Anna Sicari, Ryan Slesinger, Natasha Tinsley, Laura Tunningley, Graig Uhlin, Lisa Wright

Editor(s): Dr. Joshua Daniel

Subject(s): Writing and editing guides, Language learning: writing skills

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 22/02/2024

Who Teaches Writing is an open teaching and learning resource being used in English Composition classes at Oklahoma State University. It was authored by contributors from Oklahoma State University and also includes invited chapters from other institutions both inside and outside of Oklahoma. Contributors include faculty from various departments, contingent faculty and staff, and graduate instructors. One purpose of the resource is to provide short, relatively jargon-free chapters geared toward undergraduate students taking First-Year Composition. Support for this project was provided in part by OpenOKState, Oklahoma State University Libraries, and the Claud D. Kniffin Professorship of Library Service and Education.

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Introduction to Speech Communication

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English (United States)

Author(s): Mary Walker, Megan Linsenmeyer, Sarah E. Hollingsworth, Sasha Hanrahan, Terrisa Elwood

Editor(s): Kathryn Weinland, Mary Walker, Megan Linsenmeyer, Sarah E. Hollingsworth, Sasha Hanrahan, Terrisa Elwood

Subject(s): Speaking in public: advice and guides, Communication studies, Interpersonal communication and skills, Business communication and presentation, Information visualization

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 13/02/2024

This book, Introduction to Speech Communication, is used to support teaching, learning and research for SPCH 2713 at Oklahoma State University (OSU). This resource has been customized for use at OSU by faculty members Sarah E. Hollingsworth, Kathryn Weinland, Sasha Hanrahan, Mary Walker, Terrisa Elwood and Megan Linsenmeyer. In addition to inclusion of original work authored by the editors to meet the needs of their course at OSU, the editors adapted and mixed together portions of  Exploring Public Speaking: 4th EditionStand Up, Speak Out, and Fundamentals of Public Speaking. Please see below for full citations of each of these works. We at Oklahoma State University Libraries acknowledge our gratitude for the expertise and generosity of the scholars at Affordable Learning Georgia, College of the Canyons, the Open Education Network and elsewhere for creating and sharing customizable versions of their work.

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Applications of Educational Technology

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)  1 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Susan Stansberry

Subject(s): Computing and Information Technology, Education, Higher education, tertiary education, Teacher training, Teaching skills and techniques, Teachers’ classroom resources and material, Educational equipment and technology, computer-aided learning (CAL), Information technology: general topics, Digital and information technologies: Health and safety aspects, Digital and information technologies: social and ethical aspects, Practical applications of information technology

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 10/02/2024

Welcome to the Applications of Educational Technology eBook. The resource comes alongside the Oklahoma State University Emerging Technologies and Creativity Research Lab, where students in this class will play and help in transforming education through creative habits!

The purpose of this online resource is to serve as an interactive open textbook for EDTC 3123 Applications of Educational Technology at Oklahoma State University. We invite you to ask questions, contribute resources, and participate in making this a living, collaborative resource for all educators!

Course information: This course is an introduction to the design and development of instruction using educational media and technology. It involves development of teaching and learning materials using digital technologies, contemporary applications of computers and other electronic systems to instruction. Because this is a preservice education course, the main focus is on effective integration of educational technology and instructional design.

This semester-long course supported by this resource is taught face-to-face and aims not only to model excellence in teaching with technology but also to provide a safe environment within which preservice teachers work in teams to facilitate active and engaged peer learning that reflects best practices in technology integration, instructional design, content presentation, instructional strategies, standards-based assessment, and lesson reflection.

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Arts Administration Library Instruction

CC BY (Attribution)  1 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Kathy Essmiller

Subject(s): Library and information services, Music, Theory of music and musicology

Publisher: OSU Libraries

Last updated: 08/02/2024

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Writing Spaces at Oklahoma State University

CC BY (Attribution)   English

Author(s): Dr. Joshua Daniel, Dr. Kathy Essmiller, Mark DiFrusio, Natasha Tinsley, Dr. Josiah Meints, Dr. Courtney Lund O'Neil, Dane Howard, Roseanna Recchia

Subject(s): Language and Linguistics, Usage and grammar guides, Creative writing and creative writing guides, Writing and editing guides, For higher / tertiary / university education, Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary subjects

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 19/01/2024

This resource incorporates and contextualizes material from Writing Spaces. Writing Spaces is, as Dr. Daniel likes to say, the “OG” of all things commercial-free-textbooks for first-year writing. If terms like “book series” and “peer-reviewed essays” or “by teachers for students” or “free” sound reminiscent of Who Teaches Writing, it is because Writing Spaces was and is the inspiration for Who Teaches WritingWho Teaches Writing was no brain child of ours, but just the end result of us keeping up with good practice from smart people who have been doing this work for many years. Dr. Daniel had the good fortune to serve as web editor for Writing Spaces for a time, and he knows their work well. While we borrowed their process to create our textbook, this textbook uses existing Writing Spaces articles and organizes them around the English 1213 curriculum, along with abstracts and introductions from our editorial team (you’ll be meeting them in each section) to deliver you another commercial free textbook. Not only is it entirely possible to create free textbooks for FYC students, it has been for a while. This is because, well, Writing Spaces has been at it for a minute; as FYC Director, Dr. Daniel does not believe in unnecessary textbook costs.

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Philosophical Thought

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  14 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Edited by Heather Wilburn, Ph.D.

Editor(s): Heather Wilburn, Ph.D., Jamie Holmes

Subject(s): Philosophy

Publisher: Tulsa Community College

Last updated: 16/01/2024

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Exploring Open

CC BY (Attribution)  17 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Kathy Essmiller

Subject(s): Education

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 03/10/2023

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Foundations of Educational Technology

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)   English

Author(s): Penny Thompson

Subject(s): Educational equipment and technology, computer-aided learning (CAL)

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 25/08/2023

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University Academic Writing for International Students: A Usage-based Approach

CC BY (Attribution)   English

Author(s): Carol Lynn Moder, Alys Avalos-Rivera, Ho'omana Nathan Horton, Miriam Kinfe, Paul Sims, Seth French, Yelin Zhao

Subject(s): Writing and editing guides, Language teaching and learning, Language teaching and learning material and coursework, For higher / tertiary / university education, Usage and grammar guides

Institution(s): Oklahoma State University

Publisher: Oklahoma State University Libraries

Last updated: 14/08/2023

This resource is designed specifically to meet the academic writing needs of international students studying at universities in the United States. The materials in the book can be covered within a 14-week semester, but each chapter or section may also be used independently.

Based on a series of needs analysis projects, this resource provides an overview of major rhetorical patterns of writing that are commonly used in university settings in the United States. These commonly required genres include descriptive and evaluative summaries, short essays, comparison and contrast assignments, literature reviews, descriptive reports, and proposals. The resource includes chapters that address the structure and purpose of these more common genres, including an awareness of the ways that the target audience and situation should shape the writing of each.

A second important focus of the textbook is teaching students how to make effective use of sources within established academic integrity standards. The third focus of the book is on key grammatical forms and constructions that are important in each of the types of writing the students will practice. By treating grammar integratively in context, we hope to address more effectively the aspects that cause difficulties in academic writing.