*Resources for Instruction in the Social Sciences

Teaching Webinar: Open and Affordable Instructional Resources

Date: Thursday, August 29, 2024
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Time Zone: Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Campus: All Campuses

Support the success of your students by using open and library-licensed resources in your course! At this instructional prep session, Librarian Charlene will introduce you to the library’s collections and services tailored to professors and their students. Topics to be discussed include:

  1. Affordable education
  2. Open access and open educational resources
  3. Copyright and academic integrity
  4. Fair use and statutory exceptions for classroom and distance learning
  5. Linking to articles and ebooks to share with students

Ideal for first-time instructors, graduate teaching assistants, or instructors new to Georgia State University.

Prior registration is required: https://rooms.library.gsu.edu/calendar/workshops/instruction
This is an online webinar conducted via WebEx. You will receive an email containing instructions to access the webinar on the day prior to the session.
You will need speakers or headphones, or you can listen via phone. You do not need a microphone.

Related LibGuide: *Resources for Instruction in the Social Sciences by Charlene Marton

Selected Books on Instructional Design for Higher Education

Multimedia Content

Providing students with multimedia resources on topics explored elsewhere in print materials creates scaffolds to aid students in connecting new concepts with prior knowledge. Multimedia course materials help to differentiate instruction, which leads to increased student success.

Asynchronous Instruction

Librarian Charlene

Instructional Resources and Collaboratives

Researcher Tools

Databases for Instructional Research

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