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Open Educational Resources (OER) provide educators and learners with legal permissions to engage in the 5R activities: Retain, Reuse, Revise, Remix, Redistribute.
OERs can be: course materials, open textbooks, videos, lesson plans, software, games, and more. They are free for the students and available on the first day of the semester.
A growing number of academic institutions are converting their courses to OER saving students millions of dollars. Look at the EU & AGTS Adopters of OER, their innovative work and the dollars they save to their students.
Image: Theater, view from stage, c.1920. Source: Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., Wikimedia Commons.
NEW database: Digital Theatre+ - the world’s leading educational platform for the study of performing arts and dramatic texts. The database contains live productions, exclusive video resources and interviews, detailed written guides, essays and lesson plans. The content is organized by titles, genres, themes based on courses, people, series.
Check out the Quick Start Resources, designed to support teaching and learning the fundamentals in theatre: curriculum guides, virtual classroom toolkits, core skills toolkit, and more.
Take this guided tour (5 min.) Using Digital Theatre+ at Higher Education: An Introduction to familiarize yourselves with the content and its organization.
Digital Theatre+ can be accessed from the Databases tab, A-Z list.
BrowZine provides seamless journal browsing and reading. The intuitive presentation of the library’s subscribed journals are organized using a powerful taxonomy to provide visually browsable and readable format with one-click access to PDFs.
Access is available on the web (fully mobile responsive) and via dedicated iOS and Android applications. Users can personalize their experience with My Bookshelf and My Articles to easily follow titles of interest and read saved articles offline.
LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that automatically provides links to full-text articles as you do research on the web and visit sites such as Wikipedia and PubMed. LibKey Nomad delivers fast, one-clickaccessto PDF and HTML articles, both licensed and open access content. If you are off-campus, you will have to authenticate as an authorised user. LibKey Nomad will connect you with a pre-populated Interlibrary Loan (ILL) form when you land on a page where the PDF is not accessible.
The first openly licensed online textbook published by the AGTS, created by Professor Debbie Gill and her students for the Biblical Theology of Women in Leadership course, Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree program. The textbook is freely available on the Open Educational Resources Commons (OERC) website.
The second openly licensed online textbook published by the AGTS, created by Professor Debbie Gill and her students for the New Testament Theology of Discipleship course. The textbook is freely available on the Open Educational Resources Commons (OERC) website.
A 19th-century Torah Scroll has recently been gifted to EU and AGTS to benefit students in their theological studies. The 138-foot-long scroll was declared psaul, or not usable in Jewish tradition, due to damages. The scroll originated from Eastern Europe and was found by Jewish immigrants after World War II. It has been donated by Barb and Ken Larson, founders of God's Ancient Library Foundation. Come to the Cordas Burnett - AGTS library to see this authentic Torah Scroll!
Welcome to the research guide dedicated to BTH 901The New Testament Use of the Old Testament course, taught by Professor Emeritus W.E. Nunnally.
"This course is designed to illuminate the history, culture, language, religion, texts and institutions of Judaism that provide the background of the events and writings of the New Testament which are critical to its understanding." Special attention is given to the Intertestamental Period, also called the second temple period. Most of the resources in this guide are open access, i.e., freely available online to the EU students, faculty, as well as the general public. Check it out!
Image: The Great Isaiah Scroll, Dead Sea Scrolls Collection
Source: Wikimedia Commons, Google Art Project
A new tool for searching the OpenStax textbooks by means of advanced filters such as interactivity, assignment management, online homework, grading, adaptivity, verified by instructors, app availability, and more. Check it out!
DOAB is a community-driven discovery service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer-reviewed open access books and helps users to find trusted open access book publishers. All DOAB services are free of charge and all data is freely available.