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Edward Fink from California State University, Fullerton
eTextbook: A Variety of OERs (Open Educational Resources)

A Variety of OERs (Open Educational Resources)
Edward Fink
California State University, Fullerton

Campus Course

CTVA 349T: Writing about the Moving Image

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“Saving students money and incorporating more diverse materials that were a better fit for each section of my course was the main motivation for adopting OERs. ”

Created May 2021

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Florencia San Martin, Ph.D. from California State University, San Bernardino
eTextbook: A Variety of OERs (Open Educational Resources)

A Variety of OERs (Open Educational Resources)
Florencia San Martin, Ph.D.
California State University, San Bernardino

Campus Course

AH 3250: Decolonializing Contemporary Art in the Americas

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“The sustainability of open education relies on sharing with others. It was important for me to be in contact with the library person while drafting my syllabus in the summer, 2020. She was very helpful and introduced me to online sources available at the library. I would recommend colleagues to content the library liaison of their department in advance.”

Created March 2021

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Kristin Ellsworth, Ph.D. from California State University, Dominguez Hills
eTextbook: Zen Culture by T. Hoover

Kristin Ellsworth, Ph.D.
California State University, Dominguez Hills

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ARTH 130 - Survey of Asian Art

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“My main motivation for choosing the open access source was to save students money.”

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Susan Abbey, MFA from Humboldt State University
eTextbook: Visual Storytelling: The Digital Video Documentary by N. Kalow

Susan Abbey, MFA
Humboldt State University

Campus Course

TA 104 - Story Through Word & Image

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“In an informal discussion with the class, the students concurred the text was extremely valuable as a tool for their Video Documentary Team Project.”