I’m creating this thread for resources that might be useful in your OER. Please also contribute if you see any that might be good for others in the cohort.
@JenSloan I found this Sociology of Immigration site from Brooklyn College. It’s a mix of open and library resources
@elin.waring @JenSloan and @mporos - I thought you might be interested that there’s an article in Teaching Sociology - The Opportunity of Now: Adopting Open Educational Resources in the Sociology Classroom and Beyond arguing that sociology is well-positioned as a discipline to teach with OER
I’ll share more resources as I find them, but feel free to add as you find too
January 10, 2023, 2:16pm
Thanks, Stacy, these both look like great resources!
January 27, 2023, 12:18am
@ayali the topic of positive psychology came up on an OER listserv that I’m on. The resources suggested (which you may have seen) are:
The Handbook of Well-Being and this similar course.
Hope those are useful and you are doing well!
January 28, 2023, 2:53am
The similar course link author seems to have created a remix of the text I was using last semester! I’m going to check it out; she may have added the things I noted were missing. Excited to see what she did with it and could help me further hone what my contribution might be.
February 2, 2023, 6:22pm
This upcoming event at Baruch might be of interest -
CUNY 1969: What We Learn from a Year of Unrest, Student Activism, and the Struggle for Black and Puerto Rican Representation at CUNY.
@elin.waring and @bridgetalepore, I thought this might be of interest as a resource for the history of academia-type part of your OER.