Creator Fest 2019

This group is a discussion and collaboration forum for attendees of the 2019 Creator Fest conference.
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Online and Open Resources to Accompany OpenStax Astronomy

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A topically arranged list of openly available Astronomy teaching resources, designed to enrich classroom/lecture experiences or to provide to students for their own exploration. Each resource includes a link, baseline licensing/usage guidelines, and alignment to topics and OpenStax Astronomy textbook chapters. Compiled by Lauren Woolsey, Adam VanDyke, and Robert Wagner.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Interactive, Simulation

Author: OpenStax, Rice University

Astronomy Activities

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This file contains two activities created by Robert Wagner of Harrisburg Area Community College. The Scientific Article Assignment provides a framework for students to analyze and interpret a level-appropriate scientific article. The Solar Observation project guides students through a more extensive observation activity, and includes a setup for data recording and reporting.

Material Type: Activity/Lab

Author: OpenStax, Rice University

Astronomy Lecture Slides

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These lecture slides were developed by Lauren Woolsey from Grand Rapids Community College. The include lecture outlines, graphics, and learning objectives for major topics in the course. The slides are generally aligned to OpenStax Astronomy, but certain chapters are combined or compressed based on the emphasis of Dr. Woolsey's specific course.

Material Type: Lecture

Author: OpenStax, Rice University

Introductory/Preparatory Chemistry Textbook

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This Introductory Chemistry textbook was developed by the Chemistry faculty at Montgomery College, and provided by Professor Patricia Takahara. The book is meant for students with very little or no background in chemistry. Concepts here are presented at a very basic level in order to provide the foundation for college-level general chemistry. This book is used in Introductory Chemistry, a non-credit, preparatory course at Montgomery College (Maryland).

Material Type: Textbook

Author: OpenStax, Rice University