I have used Storify to introduce social media before. And I’m not above doing so again. For its sheer ease of use, and how quickly you can assemble a story from a wide assortment online sources, it should be an early stop on your Edmedia quest.
I have tried to keep a robust set material to explore on the Open Educational Resource Page (OERs), but this is a topic that is shifting so fast these days its impossible to keep up but in a cursory way. Unless of course you are leveraging a ‘PLN’ (more on that in class discussion 😉
As noted, there has been a more extensive set of learning objectives for this session, but I have been updating it for today’s session.
- Debate social medias use in the classroom
- Review ETUG fall 2017 workshop
- Mike Caulfields online text “Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers“
- Use googles advanced search to locate openly licensed resources
- Practice using Creative Commons licensing
- Be familiar with Copyright best practices at SFU
- Locate resources regarding OER opportunities at SFU.
And hopefully many more.
I am hoping by linking to the awesome CC artwork I will be OK as far as licensing goes, but there is a story there.
Also, this video…