Selecting the right course resources

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Following the successful project to produce an open text book and document the process members of the Open Minds Group have developed a useful guide to selecting open course resources.

Refer: A Guide to selecting the right course resources

This guide outlines activities for selecting, compiling and maintaining peer reviewed content that will provide benefits to both students and the institution.

This is a timely release during Open Access week, and as academic staff reflect upon their teaching and student success during the past year. This guide will prove to be useful for teachers as they re-evaluate the learning resources that are recommended to students and for those preparing new courses.

The guide is a adaption of a worksheet developed by Dr. Judy Baker, Director of the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources, and it is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.

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