An OER treasure hunt that will support you in your initial journey to identify, curate and implement OER in your practice.
Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it
This worksheet is designed as a “do-your-best” exercise. Some topics might not have a lot of OER available. If you don’t find anything, broaden your search by using different keywords. This work by Abbey Elder is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
It is an adaptation of SPARC’s adaptation of “OER Treasure Hunt Worksheet” by Mathieu Plourde available at www.udel.edu/003275 also under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
This OER provides teaching and learning material in technologies applied to sustainability and resilience system design solutions, in particular, electronics prototypes involving sensors and actuators.
This lecture presents students, and professionals who are training in crime statistics reporting, with a concrete tutorial in how to critically evaluate government crime statistics with reference to public data collected from public surveys on their recounted experiences of crime.
This workbook takes the student on a conceptual journey aiding their understanding of what is meant by the quantitative-qualitative research process in contemporary legal empirical research. Although, of interest to social science students, the particular worked examples relate to how to do research on law, legal policy and review.