The Cunningham OER Teaching Award
The Cunningham Memorial Library has provided for the recognition of outstanding teaching at Indiana State University through the creation of the Cunningham OER Teaching Award. This award is named for the University’s first librarian, Arthur Cunningham, who served from 1890 to 1928. Evaluated by a faculty peer committee, the Cunningham OER Teaching Award is given to faculty in recognition of excellence in teaching through the adoption or creation of open educational resources (OER). Each year, award recipient(s) are recognized at the Cunningham Memorial Library’s annual Authors and Artists Recognition Reception held in the Spring semester. Details on the award can be found at Cunningham OER Teaching Award.