Open Educational Resources (OER) are any type of educational material freely available for teachers and students to use, adapt, share, and reuse. These resources can be overwhelming to locate and/or create. This discussion will review a project to compile and share a repository of information for clinician students learning about data. The project began with an OER grant, found an iteration on Google Docs, GitHub Pages, and a Notion repository. This presentation will discuss challenges, learnings, and options to learn along the presenter's journey and share resources for both health sciences and data science perspectives.
This session will be recorded and shared with participants.
This presentation is part of Love Data Week! Check out the entire lineup of Love Data Week 2023 at Pitt.