Resources are displayed in chronological order.
In this lesson you will learn about market research – what it is, and what you're looking for when you conduct it.
In this module, you will learn how to find demographic statistics to support your market research.
This module will introduce you to the difference between Everyday Research and Academic Research, and will provide guidance on where to find academic information.
Infographic detailing the academic research process in four main stages: 1) Develop research questions, 2) Gather information, 3) Evaluate sources, 4) Analyze and review.
Infographic detailing three ways to determine if a journal article is peer-reviewed: 1) using a database peer-review feature, 2) checking the journal website, 3) checking Ulrich's.
Infographic detailing the peer-review process.
Presentation notes with links to best OER sources in STEM.
In this module you will explore the structure of a typical academic journal. What you learn here will help to inform the journal analysis you will do for this course.
Presentation offering an overview of OER courses, including typical format, popular repositories, and ideas on how to integrate them into your own course.
Presentation offering an overview of OER repository options for finding OER textbooks. Best practices are shared around evaluating, adapting, and using OER textbooks.
Each slide has a voice-over audio file, with the transcript available in the speaker's notes. Please download the slides (.pptx file) for the accessible version.