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CU Open Educators

 

 
The Student Government Association and University Libraries have joined together to identify and celebrate educators on the CU Boulder campus who demonstrate exemplary use of open educational resources in their classrooms or practice.

 

Do you have a teacher or colleague who has creatively implemented or adapted open educational resources in their class? Do you have a teacher or colleague who has authored and shared high quality open educational resources? Consider nominating them for campus wide recognition!

 

 


2019 Open Educator Award Winner

 

Leah Wasser is the recipient of the 2019 CU Boulder Open Educator Award from the CU Student Government and the University Libraries. The award recognizes her openly-licensed Earth Analytics Python course that uses open source tools to educate students on Earth data science. An average of 50,000 unique global visitors access the course materials each month.

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2018 Open Educator Award Winner

Diana

 

Diana Maggiore has received the first CU Boulder Open Educator Award from the CU Student Government and the University Libraries. This award recognizes Maggiore’s innovative use of the MyOpenMath platform, an open educational resource (OER). She used this OER in her MATH 1005 and MATH 1011 course instruction to reduce students’ course materials costs and to enhance their engagement and learning.

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Contact the CU Boulder OER Leads Caroline Sinkinson, Merinda McLure, and Melissa Cantrell.

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Open Book on Black Background by George Hodan licensed under CC0 on Publicdomainpictures.net.