Open Moderisms Anthology Builder

In 2015, faculty members, Stephen Ross and Matt Huculak at the University of Victoria created the Open Modernisms Anthology Builder (OpenMods), through grant funding by the B.C. Open Textbook Project to produce an openly licensed teaching resource. OpenMods is an online platform which enables instructors to build their own literary anthologies for the1850–1950 period. Read more…

A Pre-flight Check: Response to Wiley’s Open Pedagogy Challenge

Authored by: Mary Burgess, Tracy Kelly, Amanda Coolidge In a recent post, Open Pedagogy: The Importance of Getting In the Air, David Wiley outlines a powerful metaphor for thinking about limitations imposed by old laws and old ideas on new technologies and new ideas.  The gist is, if we focus on using OERs in “traditional” … Continued