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Open Educational Resources at SAIT: OER at SAIT

Informational site about OER materials and practices at SAIT

SAIT Published OER Materials

Applied Mathematics Textbook created by the Academic Upgrading Department at SAIT

  • Used in MATH 172

Business Communication for Success Textbook created by the Communications Department at SAIT

 


Introduction to Psychology by Joanna McDouall

 


A Brief Introduction to Philosophy by Yoni Porat

 


Courses using OER Materials

  • MATH 050, 182, 172, 237, 260, 280
  • STAT 245
  • HSCI 300
  • SCIE2240
  • LDSH 3050/360
  • SOCI 2010
  • MNGT 255/1255, 3310
  • MEDL 335/380
  • COMP 213
  • STCS242
  • STML246
  • CIVL318
  • DIGI 235
  • PTPR 1255,
  • PTOP 3350
  • ENVS 3370

The Athena Award from Saitsa

Since 2017, Saitsa has been advocating for Open Educational Resources (OER’s).  By providing course materials for free, OERs increase student access to course materials while also decreasing the financial burden on students and their families. The Athena Award was introduced in 2019. This award serves to recognize and celebrate instructors who demonstrate exemplary use of OERs within their class/course.

2019 Recipient: Jaci Lyndon

2020 Recipient : Jennifer Dunn

 

Why OER at SAIT?

SAIT Students' Association (Saitsa) holds the copyright for this video,  posted with permission.

The OER Program at SAIT

The Open Educational Resources Program at SAIT is a newly formed area which encompasses all aspects of locating, modifying, creating, curating, and sustaining OER at our institution.   The following documents have been developed to support this program:

Looking for More Information and Support?

Jessica Norman, the OER Librarian, currently provides individualized support to faculty working on OER development projects.  All of the librarians at the Reg Erhardt Library  are uniquely suited to provide support to instructors locating and evaluating OER in their discipline.  Contact us if you have any questions.

 

 


This site is created and maintained by the Reg Erhardt Library.  Contact Jessica Norman with any questions or comments.  Unless otherwise noted, this guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0).

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