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The State University of New York at FredoniaReed Library

Open Education Toolkit

Librarian Appointments

Librarians are also available to meet one-on-one with faculty members to help with all aspects of the OER and open pedagogy process: finding OER, building an OER from multiple components, developing a student-centered open pedagogy project, and integrating additional resources into your class.

To make an appointment, submit an appointment request form. Requests may take up to 1 business day to be scheduled.

OnCourse Integration

Many OER textbooks and courses, including all those available through SUNY OER Services, can be integrated with OnCourse to provide a seamless experience for students.

To request access to a SUNY OER Services textbook or course, submit a SUNY OER Services Request form.

SUNY OER Community Courses

SUNY OER Services offers six online Community Courses to "introduce you to the fundamental principles and effective practices related to Open Educational Resources.

"Throughout this learning space, you will have the opportunity to explore and discuss methods and approaches to finding, adopting, customizing, integrating, creating, publishing, and licensing OER. You will also have opportunities to connect in conversation with your peers, and work with OER advocates from the SUNY community who can help you along your learning journey."

The available courses are:

  • Understanding OER
  • Identifying, Finding, and Adopting OER
  • Customizing and Integrating OER
  • Creating, Licensing, and Publishing OER
  • Sharing and Promoting OER
  • Open-NYS Open Pedagogy Master Class

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