Open Educational Resources: CLIPP #45

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978-0-8389-3845-4
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2021
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112
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The College Library Information on Policy and Practice (CLIPP) publishing program, under the auspices of the College Libraries Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, provides college and small university libraries analysis and examples of library practices and procedures. 

In six sections—Introduction, Literature Review and Bibliography, Analysis and Discussion of Survey Results, Survey with Results, Resources from Survey Respondents, and Sample Documents—Open Educational Resources provides context for OER initiatives in college libraries and provides insights and strategies for librarians who are new to the topic, part of an existing OER initiative, or looking to form a program at their institution.

The survey, both analyzed and included in its entirety, gathers information on OER and other affordable course content initiatives that are occurring at college libraries, exploring questions such as funding, how libraries are supporting OER on their campuses, and what additional services might be possible in their libraries. Finally, there’s a collection of resources and sample documents related to OER initiatives, including faculty stipend programs, process documents, and sustainability and planning guides. 

This book is also available as an open access edition. 

CLS CLIPP COMMITTEE
INTRODUCTION
LITERATURE REVIEW AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION OF SURVEY RESULTS
    Appendix A: Survey With Results
    Appendix B: Resources From Survey Respondents
    Appendix C: Sample Documents

OER RESOURCES LISTS:
    Elon University
        Open Educational Resources (OER)
    Furman University
        Open Educational Resources (OERs): OERs by Subject

FACULTY STIPEND PROGRAMS:
    Connecticut College
        Open Educational Resources Grant Program
            Rationale
            Program Design
            Application Categories
    Fort Hays State University
        Open Textbook Grant Program
    Macalester College
        Open Textbook/OER Faculty Stipends Program Policy
            Summary/Background
            Levels of Available Stipend Support
            Application/Implementation Process
    Oswego State University of New York
        Open Educational Resources: OER Grant Opportunities
    Radford University
        VIVA Course Redesign Grant Program
            Request for Proposals
            VIVA Course Redesign Grant Application
            VIVA Course Redesign Grant Application Cover Sheet
    Saint Martin’s University
        OER Adoption Stipend Requirements
    Western Connecticut State University
        OER Grants

OER INFORMATION:
    Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU)
        Create OER: 4 Step Strategy
    Hollins University
        OER Savings (Spring 2016–Spring 2019)
    Susquehanna University
        Open Educational Resources (OER): OER Myths
    University of Findlay
        Poster: Highlighting Training Sessions Offered
    Valley City State University
        Flowchart: Faculty Looking to Implement OER
    Wheaton College
        Infographic of Open Educational Resources

OER PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT:
    Drew University
        Open Education Resource (OER) Task Force
            OER Task Force 2019 draft
            Background/Rationale
            Recent Initiatives at Drew
    Fort Hays State University
        Grant Proposal Summary with Funding Structure
            FHSU Z-Course Grant Proposal Summary
            FHSU Z-Course Grant Full Proposal
    Furman University
        OER Review Program Overview
            Summary
            Background
            Program Overview
            Current Status
    Saint Xavier University
        Open Educational Resources:
    State University of New York
        OER Sustainability and Planning Guide

Mary Francis

Mary Francis is an Associate Professor and Reference and Instruction Librarian at Dakota State University.

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