Category results for: OER Stories

Why Avasthi chooses open: access, engagement, and student success

The interview series “Why We Choose Open: OER Stories” invites VCU community members to share why they use, adapt or create Open Educational Resources (OER) and what impact that work has on their students, teaching experiences, and/or career. Faculty: Manika Avasthi, Professional Development Instructor, VCU College of Engineering (Formerly of VCU School of Business) Resource: […]

Why Murphy-Judy chooses open: learning for, with, and from students

The interview series “Why We Choose Open: OER Stories” invites VCU community members to share why they use, adapt or create Open Educational Resources (OER) and what impact that work has on their students, teaching experiences, and/or career. Faculty: Kathryn Murphy Judy, Professor of French, School of World Studies Resource: Atelier RÉEL, an interactive and […]

Why Bigbee chooses open: flexibility, access, student engagement

The interview series “Why We Choose Open: OER Stories” invites VCU community members to share why they use, adapt or create Open Educational Resources (OER) and what impact that work has on their students, teaching experiences, and/or career. Faculty: John Bigbee, School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology Resource: Digital Histology, an interactive OER […]

Why Brown chooses open: access, feedback, impact

This interview series “Why We Choose Open: OER Stories” invites VCU community members to share why they use, adapt or create Open Educational Resources (OER) and what impact that work has on their students, teaching experiences, and/or career. Faculty: Roy Brown, VCU Libraries, Health Sciences Library, Research and Education Resource: The Clinical Inquiry Process Diagram […]

Why Godwin-Jones chooses open: access and international collaboration

This interview series “Why We Choose Open: OER Stories” invites VCU community members to share why they use, adapt or create Open Educational Resources (OER) and what impact that work has on their students, teaching experiences, and/or career. Robert Godwin-Jones, School of World Studies2017 Affordable Course Content Award Recipient Project: Language and Culture in Context: […]