Workshop: Using Open Resources in Your Teaching

The University of Regina’s Open Textbook Publishing Program in
collaboration with Archer Library is pleased to present the first of
three workshops on open educational resources – how to find and evaluate
the quality of resources, how to use them in your teaching, and what the
experience has been for instructors and students currently using open
resources for teaching and learning.
Workshop 1: “Using Open Textbooks in Your Teaching”
When: Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 2:30 to 3:45 p.m.
Where: LY 107.33 (Archer Library)
Topic: The Workshop “Using Open Textbooks in Your Teaching” will provide
an introduction to open textbooks before moving to a discussion of
approaches for incorporating these tools into your teaching. This
workshop will engage participants in finding, analyzing, and reflecting
on how they can incorporate open textbooks in their teaching.
Participants will leave the session with a deeper understanding of open
textbooks and how they can improve both student education and
instructors’ teaching experience. This workshop is presented by Cara
Bradley, Research & Scholarship Librarian and Elsa Johnston, Open
Textbook Program Manager, University of Regina.
For more information on this workshop, please contact Elsa Johnston at
open.textbooks@uregina.ca or by phone at 306-527-0064.
Program Manager
Open Textbook Publishing Program
University of Regina
Ph: 306-527-0064