Do you know of an instructor that uses an open educational resource in the classroom?
If so, please nominate them for the IUPUI Open Educational Resource Award.
The IUPUI Open Educational Resource Award recognizes instructors that contribute to student success by using free, open, digital materials in the classroom. Open educational resources (OERs) are any educational materials that are in the public domain or are licensed for adaptation and reuse. OERs may include textbooks, chapters, online modules, assignments, audiovisual works, datasets and other digital products.
Eligible resources must:
- Have an open license, such as Creative Commons, GNU, Public Domain, etc.
- Be used in a classroom environment at IUPUI between 2017-2022
- Be publicly accessible
We would like to recognize the work of instructors from a variety of IUPUI schools and departments. Please feel free to nominate more than one person or yourself. The winner will receive a $1500 cash prize, a plaque, and public recognition. The University Library will announce the winner during Open Education Week.
Nominations are due on February 15, 2023 by the end of the day.