The purpose of this Faculty Guide to Open Education is to help SPSCC faculty and staff:
Explore the tabs in the top navigation menu above and browse for the information and resources you're looking for.
Please note that most pages in this guide start with basic concept definitions (e.g. the "Open pedagogy" page opens with a definition of the concept), followed by resources and examples.
Whenever possible, SPSCC-specific examples, resources, and stories are integrated throughout the guide.
I have worked as a librarian since 2012 and this is my first year with SPSCC, and I am thrilled to be here working to advance equitable student success through open education, library services, and information literacy. Although I am new to SPSCC, I have been living in Olympia for the past six years while working at Centralia College. While it’s still up, you can read even more about me and my background with this really flattering article Centralia College wrote about me several years ago.
Image source: Adapted from "OER is sharing" graphic by Giulia Forsythe is licensed under CC0 (public domain)
Except where otherwise noted, the content in this page has been adapted from Faculty/Staff Guide to Open Educational Resources by Tacoma Community College Library, which is licensed under CC BY SA 4.0.