For the discussion, sharing, and collaborative creation of open educational resources (OERs)—from syllabi to course materials, assignments, and textbooks—in humanities fields.
Tina Catania deposited Bodyminds Like Ours: An Autoethnographic Analysis of Graduate School, Disability, and the Politics of Disclosure in the group Open Educational Resources on Humanities Commons 6 days, 2 hours ago
An autoethnographic account of negotiating disability and disclosure intersectionally in graduate school by four disabled graduate students.
In a rapidly changing digital era, the need for information professionals to keep up-to-date
with the requirements and expectations around the development of digital
collections is imperative. The course serves as an introduction and overview to the
research, development, application and practice of creating and…[Read more]
Roger Gillis deposited Getting Found, Staying Found, Increasing Impact: Enhancing Readership and Preserving Content for OJS Journals, Second Edition. in the group Open Educational Resources on Humanities Commons 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Publishing a journal is about more than simply putting ink to paper (or pixels to screen). It is a collaboration between you and your readers. Two critical aspects of this relationship are, first, making your journal visible to your prospective audience. By putting your content online and making it freely available through open access, you can be…[Read more]
Mary Dockray-Miller deposited Syllabus for English Lit II (Romantics>Present), English major core lit survey for sophomores in the group Open Educational Resources on Humanities Commons 1 year, 1 month ago
This syllabus for a very standard course (lit survey of British literature from the Romantic period to the present) is unusual only because its assigned texts are all available open-access. I worked with one of the reference librarians and a work-study student at Lesley’s Sherrill Library to get academically sound editions that were also open…[Read more]
Dirk Schmidt deposited Automating Color-coding for Pronunciation-Guided Tibetan Text: Using regular expressions to generate HTML color codes for the four main sound profiles within central standard Tibetan in the group Open Educational Resources on Humanities Commons 1 year, 3 months ago
Reading is a complex and difficult skill. The main difficulty beginning readers face is learning which letters represent which sounds—and then getting used to those patterns by reading them, again and again, in different combinations and contexts. It takes practice to learn how to read. Research also shows that the easier reading is, the more l…[Read more]
Metadaten stellen für offene Bildungsmaterialien einen essenziellen Bestandteil dar, erfahren bei der Produktion von OER aber leider immer noch nicht genügend Beachtung. Der vorliegende Beitrag hat sich daher zum Ziel gesetzt, eine historisch-diachrone Perspektive auf die Entwicklung von Metadaten im Allgemeinen und insbesondere auf den O…[Read more]
Der Beitrag thematisiert die Genese des im Sommer 2017 an der Universität Hamburg gestarteten openLabs, das sich als virtueller Nexus zum breiten Themenfeld der Openness in zahlreichen Facetten und mit Ziel der mittelfristigen Etablierung einer Practice of Open Science (POS) versteht und die Ansätze bestehender Projekte zielgruppenübergreifend vernetzt.
Syllabus for an introductory academic writing course (WRIT 101: Writing in the Liberal Arts) taught in Spring 2017 at Marymount Manhattan College. The course was organized around the theme of Walking: Critical Encounters in Public, and includes work by Garnette Cadogan, Virginia Woolf, Cecile Emeke, Jean Rhys, Michel de Certeau, James Baldwin,…[Read more]
This is the first instalment in the Tenny Trini Series, an ongoing series of publications, geared toward children ages 5-9. Stories will be centred on a racially diverse group of children, incorporating elements of Integrated Science, Social Studies, Information Technology and Life Skills, while taking the form of full-colour, 32 page, 4×8 books.
Traditional pedagogy for learning alphabetic principles focuses on introducing the alphabet a letter at a time in a traditional order—the ABCs for English speakers; ཀ་ཁ་ག་ང་། for Tibetan. What educational research has shown, however, is that this form of education can actually be disadvantageous to the beginning reader. Instead, students b…[Read more]
I’m starting this group for people interested in creating, using, sharing, and discussing open educational resources in the humanities. This space can be used for discussion (reply to existing topics or create new ones for new questions), sharing information about events and initiatives, and to build a collection of open educational resources…[Read more]