WSU Projects

Open Educational Resources

With Academic Outreach and Innovation, the CDSC is supporting efforts to integrate open educational resources (OERs) in courses at WSU. OERs are openly licensed educational materials that are developed by faculty members and made available to students at low to zero cost. In 2017, grant funding will be made available to WSU faculty members who wish to review, adopt, adapt, or create OERs for use in their courses.

For more information, contact Talea Anderson, Scholarly Communication Librarian talea.anderson@wsu.edu

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Digital Storytelling Workshops

Digital Storytelling workshops engage students, community members, and researchers by providing a rich platform for narration. Whether faculty wish to learn skills to better serve students in their classrooms or community members want to create their own digital stories, the CDSC’s workshops provide core skills and engagement with digital tools for content creation. The workshops run from one to three days and are available all year.

For more information, contact Rebecca Goodrich, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Digital Technology and Culture program rgoodrich@wsu.edu

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Digital Foundations Workshops

The CDSC offers a series of workshops for WSU students seeking hands-on instruction in the foundations of digital literacy. Facility with digital tools is a fundamental prerequisite for joining any contemporary profession and, as with reading and writing skills, college instructors across the disciplines expect students to arrive on campus with a foundational level of digital literacy. The workshops serve all students, regardless of major.

For more information, contact Kristin Becker, Instructor in the Digital Technology and Culture program kristin.carlson@wsu.edu

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