Learn the ins and outs of building OER together with your peers.
dScribe, short for "digital and distributed scribes," is a participatory and collaborative model for creating open content. It brings together students, staff, faculty, and self-motivated learners to work toward the common goal of creating openly licensed content available to everyone. It was first developed at the University of Michigan to join students with faculty and staff to transform educational material into open educational resources (OER). dScribe encourages anyone interested to get involved in not only creating open content, but also generating awareness about the benefits of creating and sharing educational content with a global learning community.