This resource pairs visual and written primary resources. The works of art with have been chosen from the American Art collection at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. The written selections include poems, speeches, and other historical documents.
Combining images with words provides students with multiple learning pathways for explorations of art, history, and language.
Teachers can use question stems to guide students through examining, analyzing, and interpreting primary source documents.
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).
Designed for curators at Virginia's own GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums), this presentation introduces OER (openly-licensed resources) and #GoOpenVA.
This screencast demonstrates the process for editing resources that you have started or even published on #GoOpenVA. The video is slightly less than 2 minutes.
This set of slides provides an overview of copyright issues that need to be considered by anyone who contributes to #GoOpenVA.
This is a professional learning resource prepared for VBCPS and intended to be modified by other divisions as needed. The Schoology course was built based on the #GoOpenVA Workshop in a Box and enables asynchronous, remote professional learning.
The Introduction to OER: #GoOpenVA User Guide is available for download as a Word document. This companion document to the Virtual Virginia course "Introduction to OER" can act as a handy reference for those who have taken this course.