Open Educational Resources

Open Education (OE) Fellows: Call for Participation

eCampusOntario is committed to raising awareness about the value and use of open educational resources (OER) and building capacity and expertise within member institutions to support a sustainable open education strategy for Ontario. A critical component of this strategy is the Open Education (OE) Fellows program. The program provides six (6) OE Fellows the opportunity to explore applied possibilities for OER to improve teaching practice and build learner-centred, open pedagogic models for others to refine and/or adopt.

Application submission due date is Monday, January 28, 2019 at 5:00 pm. 

Full details, including a link to the application package is available on the Call for Participation website.

Find Free Course Materials and Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Decorative: "Free the textbook" with open books flying through white clouds in a blue sky

 

A. "How to Download Thousands of Classic Books and Movies That Just Entered the Public Domain" (post) celebrates the fact that "[b]ecause the [American] copyright on works published between 1923 and 1977 is good for 95 years, this [2019] marks the first time in decades that a large number of books, movies, and songs has entered the public domain" and lists several points of access for these materials:

Field-Specific Videos

Image of the "Crash Course Introduction" (1.19 m); click to play

 

For short, engaging, educational, and embeddable videos see the following, subject-sorted resources:

1. Crash Course includes courses consisting of multiple, short, entertaining, educational, and embeddable videos -- for free use individually or collectively -- on the following subjects:

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