Presentation Type

Presentation

Conference Track

Community Engagement/Impact

Description

Oregon's OER FAQ provides guidance for users of open educational resources. This project was inspired by the BC Campus FAQ (https://mycusthelp.ca/BCCAMPUS/_rs/(S(sksjwk1ikti0fkvc5eoo4a45))/FindAnswers.aspx). Rather than use FAQ software, Oregon's version uses Library DIY, which was conceived at PSU by a team led by Meredith Farkas; Tom Boone wrote the code (example: https://library.pdx.edu/diy/node/2; available on GitHub: https://github.com/pdxlibrary/Library-DIY). This presentation by the OER FAQ team will cover the back end work to set up our instance of Library DIY and a tour of the front end that users will navigate to DIY their OER FAQs.*

*No three-letter acronyms were harmed in the writing of this description.

Learning Outcomes

Attendees will know about Oregon's OER FAQ and how to add it to their own OER guides.

Twitter Handle(s)

@open_oregon

Comments/Notes

Creative Commons License
This presentation by Amy Hofer, Kerry Leek, and Michaela Willi Hooper is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 international license. Some materials used have more restrictive licenses. Please note those licenses when you use this presentation

Room: ML 160

Start Date

30-3-2018 11:15 AM

End Date

30-3-2018 12:00 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/24328

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Mar 30th, 11:15 AM Mar 30th, 12:00 PM

OER FAQ: Repurposing Library DIY for Open Ed Help

Oregon's OER FAQ provides guidance for users of open educational resources. This project was inspired by the BC Campus FAQ (https://mycusthelp.ca/BCCAMPUS/_rs/(S(sksjwk1ikti0fkvc5eoo4a45))/FindAnswers.aspx). Rather than use FAQ software, Oregon's version uses Library DIY, which was conceived at PSU by a team led by Meredith Farkas; Tom Boone wrote the code (example: https://library.pdx.edu/diy/node/2; available on GitHub: https://github.com/pdxlibrary/Library-DIY). This presentation by the OER FAQ team will cover the back end work to set up our instance of Library DIY and a tour of the front end that users will navigate to DIY their OER FAQs.*

*No three-letter acronyms were harmed in the writing of this description.