Do you have a great idea for an online course, but simply don’t know where to start? There are sites that list numerous authoring tools for creating OER, but which one should you use? Or have you started to write a webbook, but then realized that maybe a webpage would be a better choice or vice versa. Or maybe you are thinking that creating and depositing all this material for the course within a learning management system (LMS) is the way to go? Or do you have identical and duplicated material available on all three outlets. The purpose of this presentation is to show similarities and differences between these three related yet distinct web outlets (webpage/webbook/LMS). What is the best way to structure your online course to effectively use and best leverage the strengths of these three channels?
1. distinguish between three major outlets for creating OER via 1) website, 2) webbooks and 3) Learning Management System (LMS)
2. what are similarities in creating OER using three outlets or modes
3. what are differences between these three channels
4. how to structure your online course to effectively use there three outlets to their full potential
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