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OER @ TDL | Fall 2021

Join Texas Digital Library and the TDL OER Ambassadors for a quarterly meeting for open education and OER practitioners. Meetings will include a mix of brief presentations, networking, and plenty of time for discussions. These meetings will not be recorded. 


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OER @ TDL: Quarterly Meeting for OER Practitioners

OER @ TDL Quarterly Meeting for Open Education Practitioners
Thursday, June 24, 2021, 1pm – 230pm Central
Presentation topic: How is your OER program structured?
  • Presenters: DeeAnn Ivie, Open Education Coordinator at the University of Texas at San Antonio,

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Free webinar: Strategies for Student Engagement in OER

FREE WEBINAR: Strategies for Student Engagement in OER

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Hosted by the Texas Council on Academic Libraries and the Texas Digital Library


  • Ashley Morrison, Tocker Open Education Librarian,

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OEN Workshop #2

OEN Train-the-Trainer Workshop Session #2

Monday, April 19, 2021 | 11am-2pm Central

Registration for TDL members is free. A Zoom account is required to participate.

Click here to register for the workshop.

Registration closes Friday,

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Open Texas 2021


The first annual Open Texas conference convenes librarians, faculty, administrators, and other open education practitioners and advocates in Texas. This year’s conference will be fully online and hosted by Houston Community College and the University of Houston-Downtown.

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Exploring Collaboration Possibilities: OER Grant Project

Texas Digital Library would like to gauge interest in a community-led proposal for the recently announced funding opportunity from the Department of Education: Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education-Open Textbooks Pilot Program.

Topic  Exploring Collaboration Possibilities: OER Grant Project with TDL
Date  Wednesday,

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Defining “open”

open bookThe library and academic worlds are teeming with various species of openness: open access, open source, open educational resources, and the list goes on. Understanding all these concepts — both how they’re distinct and how they’re related — can be a daunting task.

At her Book of Tragool blog,

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