There are a growing number of learning networks, online communities, educational resources, and openly shared learning & development (L&D) created for and by higher education professionals This Open Higher Ed Learning & Development (HELD) digital library was created to aggregate and catalog the wealth of resources and artifacts that best inform my teaching, research, and and practice. The Open HELD library is designed to showcase and display open educational resources (OER), specifically resources that provide professional L&D for peers and colleges working in the postsecondary education (staff, faculty, and graduate students). This digital library is a work “in-progress” as I will continue to edit, update, and add to the collections. Here are the professional L&D resources that best inform my own teaching, research, and practice: Open Higher Ed Learning & Development (HELD) digital library.
The Open HELD digital is designed to showcase and display open educational resources (OER), specifically resources that provide professional L&D for peers and colleges working in the postsecondary education (staff, faculty, and graduate students). This space is a digital library is always a work “in-progress” as I will continue to edit, update, and add to the collections — you know, all the metadata fun.
Open Higher Ed Learning & Development (HELD) Library
This digital library shares teaching, learning, and research items that have been designated as an OER object with an open license (e.g. Creative Commons, Public Domain, etc.) and/or with permission given by the creator(s). As you browse the libraries digital collections, you will find open L&D items to enhance your instruction, help with student support/advising, and improve your scholarly work with teaching, research, and service. I hope the Open HELD library is helpful professional development repository for you, and I encourage you to share this library with your postsecondary peers and colleagues.
If you have an open L&D teaching, learning, research, or service resource to share with higher education professionals please let me know. It would be great to share and showcase your resources/items. The Open HELD library collections currently include: books, journals, reports, podcasts, Twitter chats, drawings, pictures, videos, webcasts, team/personal blogs, and websites. Please let me know what websites, resources, ideas, and projects I might need to links to via a URLs, PDF, JPEG, or PNG file. I expect this library and the collections will evolve/expand to share relevant whitepapers, course syllabi, presentation slide decks, program/teaching handouts, and more. These collections are easily augmented and I expect to make some edits/updates along the way for this project. Please submit your contribution to the Open HELD library here: https://forms.gle/SF8LCPVJ3ehS6XnQA
As the Open HELD collections are a living and evolving digital library, I welcome your questions, comments, feedback, and suggestions for how to improve current collections and or corrections for an items already housed in this library — please feel free to send me an email at: email@example.com Thanks!
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