This session will help instructors get started with finding open activities, exercises, and student work samples to use in their courses. It will briefly highlight some useful repositories and strategies for finding these types of open education resources.
We will have time for questions during the webinar, but if you have any in advance please feel free to share them with presenter Rebecca Hutchinson, Liaison Librarian for Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this workshop we will introduce Open Textbooks, what they are and how you can use them in your course. Key points we will discuss are the following:
Through targeted funds, the Library is actively ensuring Indigenous voices are represented in the collection.
This June, the Library's Student Engagement Committee has partnered with campus clubs and organizations to promote the LGBTQ2+ books in our collections as well as campus clubs and the services they provide. Students from Glow, Drag Club, QuAQ and QTPOC.KW sent in their recommendations for the books important to them, describing the impact the book had on their lives.