Creating Open Educational Resources: Tips for New Creators

Creating Open Educational Resources: Tips for New Creators


Abbey Elder


Iowa State University


Teaching & Learning


Accessibility & Inclusion, Open Education



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This video covers five tips for instructors who are considering creating an Open Educational Resource for the first time.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

This video contains 5 tips for instructors creating OER for the first time: 1) Determine how your OER will meet your course’s needs, 2) Check if you’ve already created something you can use as a base for your OER, 3) Evaluate tools and determine where you will build your OER, 4) Consider what license you will apply to your OER, 5) Decide where and how you want to share your OER.

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