Learning Resources

California State University Fullerton contracts with different agencies to provide resources to our learning community.

 

TITANIum resource center

OET created and maintains a site where faculty and students may find self-help guides on a wide range of topics regarding teaching and learning using TITANium (Moodle). The site is cosntantly being updated with steps-by-step tutorials on how to use Titanium.

OET logo, California State Unviersity Fullerton Titanium Resource Center

 

ADOBE TV

Tutorials on how to use software produced by Adobe.

adobe tv logo

 

DROPBOX TRAINING

Training prepared by CSUF_IT. Learn how to manage your content and free space on your devices while having your documents safe and available all the time.

Getting Started with Dropbox label

 

LYNDA

Access to thousands of online professional development possibilities using any device.

woman reading book inside a circle, Lynda.com logo

 

Accessibility

BC Open Textbook Accessibility ToolkitPDF File by Amanda Coolidge, Sue Doner, and Tara Robertson

 

Open Education Resourcers OER

Merlot

merlot logo

Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) is an online curated collection of free and open online peer-reviewed  learning materials.

 

OER Commons

Open Education Resources

OER Commons is a worldwide learning repository of teaching and learning materials made freely available online. The content is indexed by subject area and grade level (primary through postsecondary).

 

AMSER

Applied Math and Science Education Repository

Applied Math and Science Education Repository (AMSER) is a portal of educational resources and services built specifically for use by those in Community and Technical Colleges but free for anyone to use. AMSER is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of the National Science Digital Library, and is being created by a team of project partners led by Internet Scout.

 

NROC

The NROC Project logo

National Repository of Online Courses (NROC) –pronounced "en-rock"– is a community-guided, non-profit project focused on new models of digital content development, distribution, and use. They are education leaders from state and system institutions nationwide who represent more than 6 million U.S. students from middle school to college.

 

OER Articles and Publications

Basic Guide to Open Educational ResourcesPDF File    PDF File by Niel Butcher. This publication explains what is OER, where to find it and how to use it.

Seven Things You Should Know About Open Educational ResourcesPDF File , this article published by EDUCAUSE has helpful facts to help you understand how to use OER.

A 7-Step Guide to Creating Your Own Open Educational Resources By  Julie Willcott.

Online Education and Training

Pollak Library South 237

657-278-4528

oet@fullerton.edu