Event Title

The use of OER as related to social issues in a trigonometry course

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Other

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14-5-2021 1:00 PM

End Date and Time

14-5-2021 1:45 PM

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Panel discussion on Friday

Video Description: My name is Caleb Holloway, and I am an assistant professor of mathematics at West Virginia University Institute of Technology. In this presentation I give a brief account of my adoption, creation, and implementation of open educational resources (OER) in a college trigonometry class. I then discuss the pedagogical considerations that went into my selection and creation of OER, the ways OER can impact educational access, and the work involved in creating and implementing OER. I also discuss some ways I used OER in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the end of the video is a list of references to all works cited.

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The use of OER as related to social issues in a trigonometry course

Zoom details to be sent to OpenCon 2021 registrants.

Panel discussion on Friday

Video Description: My name is Caleb Holloway, and I am an assistant professor of mathematics at West Virginia University Institute of Technology. In this presentation I give a brief account of my adoption, creation, and implementation of open educational resources (OER) in a college trigonometry class. I then discuss the pedagogical considerations that went into my selection and creation of OER, the ways OER can impact educational access, and the work involved in creating and implementing OER. I also discuss some ways I used OER in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the end of the video is a list of references to all works cited.