The Open Education Initiative is a faculty incentive program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst that encourages the use of existing low-cost or free information resources to support our students’ learning.
|Shubha Tewari||Physics||Compile and organize a set of supplemental readings, problems with solutions, and additional text or video to accompany portions of lecture slides to use with Peusall and create select videos of demonstrations and lab activities with accompanying instruc||2017||Spring|
|Shubha Tewari||Physics||Edit and organize existing video content, film and edit new video content, and organize test questions for video content.||2016||Spring|
|Simos Gerasimidis||Civil & Environmental Engineering||Use library and free online resources.||2015||Fall|
|Stefan Caris Love||Music & Dance||Use online music theory websites, YouTube videos. Create handouts and video/audio lectures. Have students compile all information on a wiki.||2015||Fall|
|Thomas St. Laurent||Kinesiology||Utilize chapters, articles, and studies that give overviews of basic contents in lieu of textbook.||2016||Spring|
|Ysaaca Axelrod||Educational Policy, Research and Administration||Find readings/video on the web that cover material in current textbook.||2016||Spring|