SUNY OER Courses
SUNY OER Services offers template courses that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
These courses are delivered via the Lumen Learning platform, and can be integrated into your LMS (Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle) quite easily.
- The Information Literacy User’s Guide: a collaborative text published by Open SUNY Textbooks and authored by SUNY faculty
- Information Literacy: a collaborative course built in the Virginia Community College system
- Choosing and Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research: a collaborative text built by The Ohio State University
Beyond what’s already hosted inside the SUNY OER Services platform, many OER collections contain useful material for information literacy. If you have suggestions of public domain or Creative Commons content to add here, please let us know.
|CORA: Community of Online Research Assignments||CORA was funded from grants provided by the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC). It is currently administered by librarians at Loyola Marymount University.||CC BY NC||“CORA stands for Community of Online Research Assignments. It is an open educational resource (OER) for faculty and librarians. It is intended to be a collaborative space for adapting and experimenting with research assignments and sharing the success or lessons learned so that others may benefit. The database contains multiple, reliable and reproducible research assignments that do not live as isolated entities, but are enhanced by user feedback in order to build a rich corpus of best practices. There is also a Teaching Toolkit featuring a wide range of resource types including pedagogy/theory, assessment, librarian blogs, classroom activities, technology tips, subject guides, citation tools, and information literacy tutorials. “|
|Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers||Michael Caulfield||CC BY||