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702 Planetarium Pl., Arlington, TX

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OER Creation 101


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Luis Soto-Garcia

Luis Soto-Garcia left a positive review 9/18/2019

Great course!

Denis Voronov

Denis Voronov left a positive review 2/26/2020

This event is exactly what I was looking for. The instructor is very clear and up to the point, the location is perfect for studying.

John Moore

John Moore left a positive review 11/13/2019

Great instructor + Data Lab staff! This NEEDS to be taught more & good use in various disciplines I.e., Real Estate/Business, Geography, History, etc or personal/business!

Walter Mkpanam

Walter Mkpanam left a positive review 11/13/2019

Great workshop! Wished we had more time to go deeper

Matthew A Thornton

Matthew A Thornton left a positive review 9/6/2019

Was fun!

Vanessa M Bentz

Vanessa M Bentz left a positive review 9/4/2019

I had to attend a university event for an assignment for a course. I picked this event because I thought it would be helpful to me, but I didn't put too much thought into my selection. Now that I've attended, I'm glad I chose the event. It was interesting and helpful and I was happily surprised that I wasn't bored.

Andrew W Ryan

Andrew W Ryan left a positive review 9/6/2019

It was fantastic!!!

Javeria Arshad

Javeria Arshad left a positive review 9/4/2019

it was very helpful in making my linked in more active

Matt Crosslin

Matthew B Crosslin left a positive review 7/10/2019

This was an excellent session. Jess Mitchell did a great job of bringing up topics that more educators need to think through with inclusive design. But I especially like the points that there are often no "one-size fits all" answers with inclusive design. There are often many answers and perspectives that need to be taken into account. Sometimes these perspectives are in disagreement with each other. Lots of food for thought in this session.