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Oasis: An integrated worldwide search for OER

Meet OASIS. The goal of the Openly Available Sources Integrated Search is to facilitate the discovery of OER. Co-developed at SUNY Geneseo by Ben Rawlins, director of Milne Library, and Bill Jones, digital resources and systems librarian, in consultation with SUNY OER Services Executive Director Alexis Clifton, OASIS currently searches open content from 61 different sources and points to more than 160,000 records, The […]

OpenEd: an umbrella OER search and LMS

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As a librarian, I’ve been collecting and curating OER portals for teachers for years now.  I think it’s time to stop. OpenEd  is doing a far better job. When Adam Blum tried to help his struggling son master standards-aligned academic content with the help of free, online educational videos, he found the current search tools […]

ds106 Assignment Bank

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For years, I’ve been a fan of Alan Levine’s (@cogdog) 50 Ways to Tell a Digital Story and his groundbreaking, open kick-butt DS106 (digital storytelling) course. I recently rediscovered the DS106 Assignment Bank and I see it as a truly inspiring resource for inspiring K12 creativity. This collection presents an array of options for student […]