Do follow these best practices in creating open resources to use and share.
Most faculty educators have already started creating their own open educational resources (OER) in the form of assessments, coursework, and presentations. Bringing them online to share with other educators is just the natural next step.
But there are best practices when creating and sharing OERs: resources that are freely shared and able to be modified and redistributed.
This “grass-roots, bottom-up” approach to content creation enables educators to tailor content to meet students’ needs,” said Tyler DeWitt, an MIT Ph.D. student and...