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*LIST of Open Educational Resources: OERs by Program or Topic

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Version number and version URL for OER access is essential in Attributions because popular OER titles are mutating rapidly. Example of an OER textbooks of same title, different versions:

Current Clones of "Research Methods in Psychology" starting with the memorable sentence:  “Many people believe that women tend to talk more than men with some even suggesting that this difference has a biological basis”

1a) Research Methods in Psychology v. 1.0

https://saylordotorg.github.io/text_research-methods-in-psychology/index.html “Many people believe that women tend to talk more than men—with some even suggesting that this difference has a biological basis.”

1b) Research Methods in Psychology - 3rd American Edition https://opentext.wsu.edu/carriecuttler/part/chapter-1-the-science-of-psychology/ “Many people believe that women tend to talk more than men—with some even suggesting that this difference has a biological basis.”

2a)  Research Methods in Psychology Core Concepts and Skills FIRST CANADIAN EDITION

https://solr.bccampus.ca:8001/bcc/file/ef1500d5-fc15-4a36-8d1c-283bf01de2f2/1/research-methods-in-psychology-1st-cdn-ed.pdf “Many people believe that women tend to talk more than men—with some even suggesting that this difference has a biological basis.”

2 b)   Research Methods in Psychology 2nd Canadian Edition https://solr.bccampus.ca:8001/bcc/file/b58ffd04-ca71-4365-95e1-916f2105bd55/1/OTB027-03-research-methods-in-psychology-2nd-canadian-edition.pdf “Many people believe that women tend to talk more than men—with some even suggesting that this difference has a biological basis”

3) Research Methods for Psychology

Matthew J. C. Crump, Paul C. Price, Rajiv Jhangiani, I-Chant A. Chiang, Dana C. Leighton

2017-09-07  https://crumplab.github.io/ResearchMethods/  “Many people believe that women tend to talk more than men—with some even suggesting that this difference has a biological basis”

 

Why version information is critical:

Ideally a Consortium of WTCS will host public depository on OER Commons that will be the place WTCS authors deposit their class anthologies of OER materials. It is essential that Authors attach Attributions to each Unit they borrow. Unit may be full textbook, chapter, module, or section of an OER object.

  • The Deposited Anthology would be what students in a class would be able to access, during and after their class.
  • Researchers would be able to cite the C.O.W depository anthology title, version, and module or chapter, used in a course or presentation.

COW Repository would hold OER anthologies from WTCS Authors

 

Figure 1) COW Repository would hold OER anthologies from WTCS Authors

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