Using OER at first can be daunting because there are so many resources that you can use. If you are considering incorporating open resources into your module, here are some tips on building or adding OER to your classes.
Step 1 :
Set aside time
Step 2 :
Check if someone else has created a similar, complete OER course or textbook.
Step 3 :
Take a closer look at your learning objectives.
Step 4 :
Search several OER repositories to see what content is available.
Step 5 :
Look for library materials like e-books, articles and streaming videos to fill in gaps.
Step 6 :
Not finding what you’re looking for? Ask your librarian.
Step 7 :
Consider creating and sharing your own OER.
The following video is intended to help you select compatible resources and choose a valid license for your OER:
Tools for Creating Text
Tools for Creating Videos, Images
Tools for Creating Audio
Creating basic audio files will require a microphone, probably a better one than the one that came with your device or computer. Talk to your technical support if you require help in recording sounds that require higher fidelity. You'll also need audio editing software: