Instructional design/Leveraging OER in Your Design

From Wikiversity
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Open Education Resources can be a great asset to your instructional design. In addition to being free, they are typically easy to access for your learners as almost all educational resources utilize the internet as their media of transfer. In this lesson, we will be discussing how to leverage the many Open Educational Resources at your disposal to add value to your lesson without breaking the bank. Specifically, we will:

  • Define OER and review a brief history
  • Compare and Contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the current OER available to designers
  • Provide examples on how you can leverage OER for common instructional design scenarios

We will also give you the chance to practice yourself. Ready?

Click the Next button to continue.

Back Next

Author: Lindsay Gerling-Nentrup