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Open Education Resources and How the Library can Help

Open Education Resources (OER) is a movement sweeping the educational system.  This idea of creating, sharing and using free and open teaching resources helps save our students a ton of money on purchasing traditional textbooks.  Universities across the world are getting their feet wet in this new possibility, but it does take a lot of work to re-design a course (not to mention the 4 to 5 courses taught by a professor in just one semester).  Creating and finding new content (instead of using textbooks) will not happen overnight, but we can start taking steps toward that end.

Want to participate in Wesleyan Author Day?

Want to participate in Wesleyan Author Day?

Have you published a book? Are you part of the Texas Wesleyan community?The West Library will have its second annual Wesleyan Local Author Day, featuring works of fiction, poetry or memoir by authors who have a connection to Texas Wesleyan. Faculty, staff and students are invited to participate if they have published with a small, independent press or have self-published. There will also be time for authors to sell their books.Join us on Oct. 12 between 12:15pm and 1:15pm.Last year was the inaugural year for the Texas Wesleyan Local Author Day.