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Introduction to Open Educational Resources and South Carolina Affordable Learning (SCALE)

Date:January 10, 2019

Presenters:Wendy Moore, Francis Marion University & Sarah Spigner, Converse College

This webinar will provide information on affordable learning concepts and Open Educational Resources (OER), provide an overview of the South Carolina Affordable Learning (SCALE) initiative and statewide faculty outreach programs, and will provide strategies for campus outreach and how PASCAL institutions can take advantage of SCALE’s programs to raise awareness with faculty. Intended Audience: Librarians & Faculty

Certificate of Completion

If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for viewing this webinar, please click on the link below to take a brief, three question quiz. If you answer all three questions correctly we will send you a certificate.



Search, Discover, and Evaluate OER

Date: January 15, 2019

Presenters:  Amie Freeman & Tucky Taylor, University of South Carolina

Are you on board to make your courses more affordable but don’t know where to start? Join us to explore ways to search, discover and evaluate open educational resources (OER). Intended Audience: Librarians & Faculty

Certificate of Completion

If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for viewing this webinar, please click on the link below to take a brief, three question quiz. If you answer all three questions correctly we will send you a certificate.



Copyright & Creative Commons for Course Materials

Date: January 24, 2019  |  2 pm

Presenters:  Amie Freeman & Tucky Taylor, University of South Carolina

You are likely aware that open educational resources (OER) are free of cost, but did you know that many are also free of most copyright restrictions? Join us as we discuss the use of both copyrighted and openly licensed course materials. We'll cover copyright, licensing, fair use, Creative Commons, and how it all applies to how you use and create teaching resources.  Intended Audience: Librarians & Faculty

Certificate of Completion

If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for viewing this webinar, please click on the link below to take a brief, three question quiz. If you answer all three questions correctly we will send you a certificate.



Faculty Webinar: Human Anatomy & Physiology Resource

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Date: January 30, 2019

This one hour webinar provides an overview of the 3D Human Anatomy & Physiology resource and available faculty resources. In this training session you will learn more about:

  • Applying Primal’s Human Anatomy and Physiology for teaching and learning purposes, including how to quickly find what you need around the new HTML5 interface, using intuitive navigation and bookmark functions
  • How to quickly and easily save, download and integrate content with your LMS system, teaching material and work flow
  • How to enhance course materials and presentations by embedding movies, narrated animations, images and text, including the quick-to-use Faculty Area
  • How to drive collaboration by sharing content with others, and how to use the new interface on tablet and mobile devices


Creating an Effective OER Initiative

Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Presenter: Nicole Finkbeiner, Director of Institutional Relations at OpenStax at Rice University

Description: Nicole Finkbeiner will utilize her experience working with colleges and universities across the country to outline the key components of a successful OER initiative. She’ll cover key metrics, real-world examples of successful strategies, and suggestions on how to adapt an OER initiative to your specific budget and campus culture.

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