Dr. Brian Moore, Professor, Music Education & Music Technology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Title: PressBooks & Canvas Integration
Description: A demo of creating a Pressbook and exporting it into a Canvas course
Dr. Jennifer Johnson Jorgensen, Assistant Professor, Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Title: Integrating Video into OER Resource for Capstone Course
Description: This video shares the initial structure in Canvas that houses the OER resource, as well as a brief overview of the use of Magisto video editing software
Congrui Grace Jin, Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Title: Dynamic Shear Rheometer Test
Description: This video was developed as part of the OER materials for CIVE 378 Materials of Construction. This video gives a step-by-step description of the dynamic shear rheometer test which is often used to characterize the viscous and elastic behavior of asphalt binders at medium to high temperatures. This characterization is used in the Superpave PG asphalt binder specification.
Sabine Zempleni, Assistant Professor of Practice, Nutrition and Health Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Title: What Does an OER Look Like When Students Are Involved in the Design Process?
Description: The OER NUTR251 Nutrition Through the Life Cycle was created in a collaboration of undergraduate students, undergraduate student workers, honors students and graduate teaching assistants. The virtual poster describes the process how the OER and the OER chapter design came to life.
Paul Royster, Coordinator, University Libraries, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Title: Copyright Basics: Who, What, When, Where, Why & How Much
Craig Finlay, OER and STEM Librarian, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Title: Creative Commons in 15 Minutes (is something I can't actually do, but I can point you in the right direction)
Description: You've probably seen the little Creative Commons buttons at the bottom of images and educational content online. You know, the ones with the CCs and BYs and NCs. If you're confused about Creative Commons, what these little symbols mean, and how you can use them, I'm here to help. Fifteen minutes isn't enough to time to teach you all about CC licensing, but it might just be enough time to point you to some resources and tools you can use to navigate it.
University Registrars , Open Nebraska, Course Marking program
Lisa Neal, University Registrar, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Link from video: https://www.unk.edu/offices/its/instructional_technology/open-nebraska-one.php
Steve Booton, University Registrar, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Link from video: https://pressbooks.nebraska.edu/facultyaffordablecontent/
Matthew Schill, University Registrar, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Links from video: https://www.unomaha.edu/academic-affairs/digital-learning/how-we-help/open-educational-resources-best-bets-oer.php