OERigin Stories is a series of interviews with women of color working in Open Education. I interviewed six individuals in the Open Movement (faculty, librarians, policy makers) and asked them to share their experience with Open Education. Because I believe Black, Indigenous, Asian, Hispanic, and other women from traditionally marginalized communities have rarely been given an opportunity to share their experiences in the Open Movement, OERigin Stories focuses exclusively on women of color in OER.
VALUE rubrics are open educational resources (OER) that enable educators to assess students’ original work. AAC&U offers a proven methodology for applying the VALUE rubrics to evaluate student performance reliably and verifiably across 16 broad, cross-cutting learning outcomes.
- Creative Writing
- Creative and Applied Arts
- Criminal Justice
- English Language Arts
- Government/Political Science
- Government/Political Science and Law
- Higher Education
- Language, Philosophy, and Culture
- Reading Foundation Skills
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
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An oral history narrative mini-project that can be used in, for example, an English or Humanities course. Calls for students to present a "snapshot" of their pre-COVID-19 day and asks them to reflect on how their lives have changed. Includes links to related articles/readings.