Open Educational Resources

 
In response to Guttman faculty members’ growing desire to share, access, and build upon each other’s course syllabi, assignments, and other learning objects, the Open Educational Resources series was created in the spring of 2015. In an effort to improve student learning everywhere, these resources can be used and adapted, in accordance with their Creative Commons licensing agreements, in classrooms within and outside Guttman Community College.

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Works from 2017

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Brainstorming Your Research Topic Handout, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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C.A.R.D.I.O. Evaluation Handout, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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C.A.R.D.I.O. Evaluation Instructor's Key, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Concept Map Example, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Creating Keywords from a Research Question Lesson, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Creating Keywords Handout, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Evaluation Criteria Carousel Lesson, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Primary vs. Secondary Sources: A Brief Introduction (Lesson), Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Research Log Handout, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Student Reflection on Authority Handout, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Topic Development with Concept Mapping Lesson, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Using Databases (with Research Log) Lesson, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

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Website Evaluation Lesson, Alexandra Hamlett and Meagan Lacy

Works from 2014

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Problems with Authority, Meagan Lacy

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An Environment and Cultural Heritage Workbook for Students and Teachers, Rebecca Zarger and Kristina Baines