In this episode I’m talking my recent experience creating the Beyond the Lecture Open Educational Resource (OER) alongside my fantastic collaborator Andrea Eidinger. I discuss the work that went into this edited ebook, decisions about open access, and broader OER work happening in Canada history.
I would love to hear about your experiences using or creating OER. Leave a comment or send me a message on Twitter.
Mentioned in this episode: -Ten Facts About Open Educational Resources -Confronting Canadian Migration History -Canada History Open Textbook -Open History Seminar: Canadian History
Rapid Reads: -Sharon Leon, "Getting Tenure in Digital and Public History, as a Non-Man" -Secret Feminist Agenda, Episode 3.26 Master of Text with Ames Hawkins