Type: Public 4-Year
Annual Enrollment: 15,579
This Institution seeks to engage faculty in the redesign of courses through the replacement of proprietary textbooks with open educational resources. The short-term goal is to reduce costs for students and accelerate their progress through college, but an important secondary impact is to change the culture to create systems and structures that better connects curriculum and pedagogy to updated student learning outcomes.
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Compilation of OER guides by Digital Scholarship Services at the City College.
City College English Department OER Guide in ebook format developed by Janelle Poe, Yolande Brener, and Julia Brown. This guide provides all the information needed by English instructors at City College of New York to create or adopt an Open Educational Resource (OER) course. The ebook is avalable in CUNY Manifold platform.
OER guides developed by by Janelle Poe, Yolande Brener, and Julia Brown from English Department at the City College of New York.
CC BY NC
For the second year in a row, City College is participating in a $4 million grant awarded to CUNY by New York State to bring down the cost of textbooks and increase accessibility for students to free educational resources. Open Educational Resources (OER) is an initiative designed to increase affordability, access and academic success.
Course website for asynchronous, online OER workshop organized by CCNY OER for faculty who are intersted in joining the OER initiative.
Associate Professor Digital Scholarship Librarian, Library