Education

Using Technology in Teaching and Learning

These resources are complete teaching modules in use at Iowa State University (CI 505, “Using Technology in Learning and Teaching”). They can be freely accessed, shared, downloaded, and modified.  They are available at the link below this paragraph.

https://www.oer.iastate.edu/trailblazer/larysa-nadolny

Designing an Accessible Online Course

This resource was created by the folks at ABLETech. It is used to help guide creation of online courses at institutions of higher education. It is freely accessible, but other than that is under full copyright, so quotations from it and portions incorporated into your courses would need to either be cited as if you were writing for a scholarly journal or linked directly to the site. The link is below this paragraph.

 

Designing an Accessible Online Course

Syllabus of free/open readings for CSE 619: Big Thinkers in Educational Technology

This resource is in use at Western Oregon University. Options to request edit access are available in the doc, which is also linked below this paragraph.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/15Tiv-YfQf7UuSlsWqdzF0bZm_GANgasmtoOqDISHpd4/edit

Reading and resource list for CSE 624: Internet for Educators

This resource is in use at Western Oregon University. Options to request edit access are available in the doc, which is also linked below this paragraph.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DR4P6HKeXtOfuiJQJ8SApTg7rlSsUKKANQLqVGQOlEU/edit#

Lifespan Development: A Psychological Perspective and selected readings

This text is in use at Western Oregon University. It can be freely accessed, shared under similar licensing, downloaded, and modified for non-commercial purposes such as university coursework.  It is available along with a list of recommended readings associated with the course at the links below this paragraph.

http://dept.clcillinois.edu/psy/LifespanDevelopment.pdf

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-J6TXqfqqmuQmwxMmQtOTlMOERadDlFX2hKTVdCZklQdTZz/view

Language Arts Methods II 

This resource is in use at Western Oregon University. It can be freely accessed and shared as-is for non-commercial purposes such as university coursework. It is available at the link below this paragraph.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EJrdcaKlQJgKvyDxxnj2Vy3KUKnFdT2l/view

Reading and resource list for ED 651 Content Area Literacy

This resource is in use at Western Oregon University. It can be freely accessed, shared under similar licensing, downloaded, and modified for non-commercial purposes such as university coursework.  It is available at the link below this paragraph.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UQydJKY9HnNY9Jx1hWbsXoDppCekcUf1gXn_gDjihwA/edit#heading=h.ibf4yt4zkalw

Social Science Research: Principles, Methods, and Practices by Anol Bhattacherjee; openly licensed syllabus

This resource is in use at the University of Oregon. It can be freely accessed, shared under similar licensing, downloaded, and modified.  It is available in a variety of file types and languages at the link below this paragraph. An associated syllabus can be found at this link.

https://scholarcommons.usf.edu/oa_textbooks/3/

Lifespan Development

This text is in use at Western Oregon University. It is a compilation of resources licensed under a variety of Creative Commons licensing, all of which provide free access and varied degrees of additional permissions.  It is available in a variety of file types, including associated ancillary materials. A paid subscription to Lumen Learning’s services is not required to use these resources. The professor at Western Oregon University has shared their syllabus at this link.

courses.lumenlearning.com/lifespananddevelopment2/

Comprehensive Individualized Curriculum and Instructional Design by Samuel Sennott, Sheldon Loman, Kristy Lee Park, Luis F. Pérez, Michael J. Kennedy, John Romig, and Wendy J. Rodgers

This text is in use at Portland State University. It can be freely accessed, shared, downloaded, and modified for non-commercial purposes such as university coursework.  It is available in a variety of file types at the link below this paragraph. Additionally, it is available in the Open Textbook Library, where it has also undergone peer review. Click here to read those reviews.

https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/pdxopen/5/

 

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