This text provides links to up-to-date resources on how to properly attribute OER within your own creations, as well as how to create your own attribution to include in your materials as a helpful guide to others.
A guide for educators who are developing full lessons on #GoOpenVA (Nebraska uses the same platform as #GoOpenVA does, so the instructions are the same).
A short screencast to demonstrate how to change your password in #GoOpenVA (if you have an assigned account). IF YOU HAVE AN ACCOUNT ACCESSED THROUGH A SINGLE-SIGN-ON SOLUTION FROM YOUR SCHOOL DIVISION (CLEVER OR GOOGLE), YOU SHOULD CHANGE PASSWORDS ONLY ON YOUR GENERAL DIVISION LOG-IN ACCOUNT.
This playbook includes resources created, curated, and adapted by the ITSs and LMSs at Ocean Lakes High School to support virtual, concurrent, and hybrid learning. Use this playbook to find resources and strategies to make lessons more interactive and engaging, streamline workflow, and foster a sense of community in your classroom. ✍Note to Reader - Due to restricted sharing permissions, some linked resources may not be accessible to individuals outside of the VBCPS school division. All linked resources were publicly & freely shared; paid resources have not been included in the Playbook. Efforts have been made to retroactively include attributions for authors for original content & derivatives.
Designed for curators at Virginia's own GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums), this presentation introduces OER (openly-licensed resources) and #GoOpenVA.
Recorded presentation regarding copyright, Creative Commons licensing, and education and how Virginia museums might assist teachers in professional growth and meeting the needs of their students.
A short printable about how to upload and annotate PDFs in Canvas
Recorded with https://screencast-o-matic.com A short video on how to archive a course in Canvas
Adding Assignments into Google Classroom (making a copy for each student)
Archive a Class in Google Classroom
Class Reports by Alice Keeler
New Material Option in Google Classroom
Quick Reference Guide
Share/Reuse Something in Google Classroom
Student Cheat Sheet
To Do Option in
Cori Sowers of Danville developed these tutorials:
Google Checklist Icon
Google Docs Highlight Tool
Google's New Present to a Meet Icon
Quick Reference Guide
Using the Drive App to Make a Typeable Doc
Cori Sowers of Danville provided these tutorials:
Adding Images in Google Forms
Automatically Collect Email Addresses in Google Forms
Easily Add Math Problems to Google Forms
Email your Form Participants
Forms Background Color and Font Color Options
Import Google Forms Grades to Canvas
Import Questions in Google Forms
Locked Quiz Mode in Google
Cori Sowers of Danville added these tutorials:
Adding Meet Links in Canvas
Adding Recurring Google Meet Links via Google Classroom
Blur Background (10.05.2020)
Breakout Rooms, Polls, and Q&A - Mr. Vacca
Breakout Room Template
Entire Screen vs. A Chrome Tab Presenting Options
Forcing a Google Meet Link to Open in a New