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    @beckej@ed-beck.com

    Productive Failure: MathJax and Pressbooks

    As an OER specialist and accessibility advocate, I feel double pressure that when we create openly licensed materials, we have to hold ourselves towards the highest standards of accessibility. That’s not easy when we are talking about STEM, but it’s a responsibility I don’t take lightly. Online, when you have accessible math displayed in a…

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    Productive Failure: MathJax and Pressbooks
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    Creating a Community Archive for Domain of One’s Own

    Reclaim Hosting has recently hired an Instructional Technologist from one of their Domain of One’s Own Schools. It’s been interesting to watch how an outside organization and frequent collaborator like Reclaim Hosting responds to new ideas and new energy. It will be really interesting to see if the perspective of being a campus lead for…

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    Creating a Community Archive for Domain of One’s Own
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    Do you have a design process for OER creation?

    Last year, Jennifer Jensen and I presented at Stony Brook Open Access Symposium. We recognize that SUNY Oneonta has done a lot of successful OER Creation, and though the largest driver of OER Adoption on our campus is high enrollment, general education courses that have existing OER. However, the deep collaboration that OER creation requires…

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    Do you have a design process for OER creation?