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OpenEd17: The 14th Annual Open Education Conference
October 11 – 13, 2017  ::  Anaheim, CA

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Wednesday, October 11
 

8:30am

9:15am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

12:00pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

4:00pm

 
Thursday, October 12
 

8:30am

9:00am

9:45am

Table 1 - Collaborating with Your Campus Bookstore Royal BallroomCheryl Cuillier • Cindy Hawk Table 2 - Stop, Collaborate, and Listen Royal BallroomChristopher Hauser • Jaye Luke Table 4 - Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration between Fashion & World Language Programs in Support of Open Education Royal BallroomJames Boldman • Kari Richards • Stephanie Throne Table 5 - Achieving ADA Compliance in OER Math Content Royal BallroomClint Stoker • Ruth Trygstad Table 6 - Continuously improving content, assessments, and outcome alignment in OER courses Royal BallroomRobert Bodily • Ross Strader • David Wiley Table 10 - Open Embedded Assessments: Play, Author at Anywhere, Anytime Royal BallroomJustin Ball • Kirky DeLong • Bracken Mosbacker • Brandon Muramatsu Table 8 - The Vision of Open Embeddable Assessments Royal BallroomJustin Ball • Joel Duffin Table 9 - A model and platform to facilitate open assessments Royal BallroomRobert Bodily • Benjamin Mackley Table 7 - Can I get data with that? Serving up open educational resources with a side of learning analytics by using xAPI Royal BallroomCristina Colquhoun Table 11 - New frontiers: How OER can reshape adult math education Royal BallroomChristopher Harper • Michelle Shevin Table 12 - Open Support for Open Textbooks: From self-doubt to self-reliance Royal BallroomLauri Aesoph Table 13 - Personalizing Instructions to Promote Student Success in an OER Math Course Royal BallroomShaoyu Chi • Rong Zhu Table 14 - Global OER Innovation and Adoption Framework Themes Royal BallroomVirginia Coleman-Prisco Table 15 - You Oughta Know: Faculty Strategies for Growing OER Royal BallroomVera Kennedy Table 16 - Learn First: OER, the College's Strategic Plan, and Community Royal BallroomRobin DeRosa • Jim Luke Table 17 - eLangdell Press: a model for sutainable OER in legal education Royal BallroomElmer Masters • Deb Quentel Table 18 - Using OER in Political Science Royal BallroomJim Tuite Taking AIM at OER: Recruiting Campus Leadership in Supporting Affordable Learning Terrace A - CBrian Beatty • Heidi Fridriksson • Deb Perry OER Passport - Designing for Enhanced Faculty Investment in OER BarcelonaDeLaina Tonks Table 19 - Learning by Doing: Minimizing Resources Without Minimizing Outcomes through Strategic Design Royal BallroomAllie Huyghe Table 20 - Scaling OER in K-12 Royal BallroomKarl Nelson Table 21 - Open Education in Developing Countries: Cases from Namibia and Uganda Royal BallroomTutaleni Asino • Alesha Baker Table 22 - Teacher Professional Development using OER in Uganda Royal BallroomAlesha Baker • Joshua Baker • Chancey Bosch Table 23 - Bootstrapping an English as Second Language MOOC: What Works and What Doesn't Royal BallroomCharles Danoff Table 24 - Degrees of social inclusion: Emerging insights from the ROER4D project Royal BallroomCheryl Hodgkinson-Williams • Henry Trotter Table 25 - Sharing Open Educational Resources in Ethiopia Royal BallroomJoan Petit Table 26 - OER Adoption in India Royal BallroomSarita Kumar • SAVITHRI SINGH Toward an Integrated Open Textbook and Free Software Platform in Science Education MadridRobert Petry The 'Opening' of the Library ValenciaIrene McGarrity • Amanda Scull Break Open Learning with Breakout EDU ImperialEdie Erickson Closing the Digital Educational Divide: Using Low Cost Technology to Share OER with Libraries, Schools, and Public Health Facilities in Africa and the World GrenadaDavid Baliles • Carl Meyer • Charlie Schweik • Jeremy Smith Creating No-textbook Courses in Information Technology Terrace D - FLei Li • Svetlana Peltsverger • Rebecca Rutherfoord • Hossain Shahriar • Dawn Tatum • Jack Zheng

10:15am

Table 1 - Collaborating with Your Campus Bookstore Royal BallroomCheryl Cuillier • Cindy Hawk Table 2 - Stop, Collaborate, and Listen Royal BallroomChristopher Hauser • Jaye Luke Table 4 - Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration between Fashion & World Language Programs in Support of Open Education Royal BallroomJames Boldman • Kari Richards • Stephanie Throne Table 5 - Achieving ADA Compliance in OER Math Content Royal BallroomClint Stoker • Ruth Trygstad Table 6 - Continuously improving content, assessments, and outcome alignment in OER courses Royal BallroomRobert Bodily • Ross Strader • David Wiley Table 10 - Open Embedded Assessments: Play, Author at Anywhere, Anytime Royal BallroomJustin Ball • Kirky DeLong • Bracken Mosbacker • Brandon Muramatsu Table 8 - The Vision of Open Embeddable Assessments Royal BallroomJustin Ball • Joel Duffin Table 9 - A model and platform to facilitate open assessments Royal BallroomRobert Bodily • Benjamin Mackley Table 7 - Can I get data with that? Serving up open educational resources with a side of learning analytics by using xAPI Royal BallroomCristina Colquhoun Table 11 - New frontiers: How OER can reshape adult math education Royal BallroomChristopher Harper • Michelle Shevin Table 12 - Open Support for Open Textbooks: From self-doubt to self-reliance Royal BallroomLauri Aesoph Table 13 - Personalizing Instructions to Promote Student Success in an OER Math Course Royal BallroomShaoyu Chi • Rong Zhu Table 14 - Global OER Innovation and Adoption Framework Themes Royal BallroomVirginia Coleman-Prisco Table 15 - You Oughta Know: Faculty Strategies for Growing OER Royal BallroomVera Kennedy Table 16 - Learn First: OER, the College's Strategic Plan, and Community Royal BallroomRobin DeRosa • Jim Luke Table 17 - eLangdell Press: a model for sutainable OER in legal education Royal BallroomElmer Masters • Deb Quentel Table 18 - Using OER in Political Science Royal BallroomJim Tuite Tackling the Transition to Open Education: Increasing Z-degrees within Guided Pathways Terrace A - CChristine Conner • Kari Richards • Stephanie Throne OER in K-12: Successes, Challenges, Lessons Learned (and Learning) BarcelonaLayla Bonnot • Meredith Jacob • Barbara Soots Table 19 - Learning by Doing: Minimizing Resources Without Minimizing Outcomes through Strategic Design Royal BallroomAllie Huyghe Table 20 - Scaling OER in K-12 Royal BallroomKarl Nelson Table 21 - Open Education in Developing Countries: Cases from Namibia and Uganda Royal BallroomTutaleni Asino • Alesha Baker Table 22 - Teacher Professional Development using OER in Uganda Royal BallroomAlesha Baker • Joshua Baker • Chancey Bosch Table 23 - Bootstrapping an English as Second Language MOOC: What Works and What Doesn't Royal BallroomCharles Danoff Table 24 - Degrees of social inclusion: Emerging insights from the ROER4D project Royal BallroomCheryl Hodgkinson-Williams • Henry Trotter Table 25 - Sharing Open Educational Resources in Ethiopia Royal BallroomJoan Petit Table 26 - OER Adoption in India Royal BallroomSarita Kumar • SAVITHRI SINGH Collaboration and Contrast: How University of Hawaii librarians collaborate to promote OER across contrasting campuses and cultures ValenciaWayde Oshiro • Sunyeen Pai The Growing Impact of the Web on Open Education ImperialJohn Buckingham • Owen Hall Jr. Influences from the Year of Open MadridSusan Huggins

11:00am

From Grassroots to Statewide and Everything in Between Terrace A - CJody Carson • Sue Tashjian OER STEM for K12 BarcelonaDan McGuire Table 1 - Sharing Hope A Million Miles from Home: A Fulbright Specialist in Krygyzstan Royal BallroomAnita Walz Table 2 - Embracing a Continuum of Openness: Faculty Perspectives Designing and Delivering a Graduate Program with Openness as Core Value Royal BallroomJo Axe • Elizabeth Childs • George Veletsianos Table 3 - Walking the Walk for Open Pedagogy: Community Design of a Shared Open Educational Resource about Scholarly Communication for Librarians and Learners Royal BallroomJosh Bolick • Maria Bonn • Will Cross Table 4 - Six Key Design Considerations for Leveraging Open in Public Safety Education Royal BallroomKrista Lambert • Melanie Meyers Table 5 - OER-Enabled Pedagogy Royal BallroomJohn Hilton III • Rajiv Jhangiani • David Wiley A Story after Policy Approval: SBCTC's Infrastructure of Support for Open Licensing Policy Implementation Terrace D - FBoyoung Chae • Mark Jenkins Table 6 - Making Change: Research on Educators' Attitudes Toward OER Royal BallroomKatie Bradford • Melissa Loble Table 7 - Motivating factors among faculty for adopting OER Royal BallroomJeff Gallant • Susan Hrach • Tomohiro Nagashima Table 8 - Frameworks and strategies for pursuing OER research Royal BallroomTeggin Summers Table 10 - Being Grateful for OER Courses Royal BallroomEugene Jars Table 9 - Maintaining Mental Health While Leading Significant Change Royal BallroomKim Thanos Table 11 - Jing's OER to Teach Human Resource Management Royal BallroomThomas Norman Table 12 - Faculty use of OER at Boise State University Royal BallroomBob Casper • Muffet Jones • Michael Strickland Table 13 - Adjunct faculty: essential participants in OER adoption and use Royal BallroomJon Iuzzini • Richard Sebastian Doubling down: Bootstrapping an OER program through faculty- and student-focused initiatives at FSU ValenciaJulia Cater • Jeffrey Phillips • Devin Soper • Lindsey Wharton Table 14 - The School Librarian's Role in the Adoption of Open Textbooks Royal BallroomAlesha Baker • Kelli Carney • Cates Schwark Table 15 - The hardest nut to crack: generating buy-in with your librarian colleagues Royal BallroomSarah Faye Cohen Table 16 - Connecter, Adviser, Creator: The Role of the Instructional Design Librarian in Campus OER Initiatives Royal BallroomLindsay O'Neill Table 17 - OER 'Sustainable Learning' an effective Hands-on Workshop with Faculty Royal BallroomKyle Morgan • Cyril Oberlander Table 18 - Connect OER Royal BallroomNicole Allen • Brady Yano Making OER Easy and Preventing Lock-in With Tech Standards ImperialBracken Mosbacker Table 19 - Remixing OER into the LMS Royal BallroomJustin Ball • Joel Duffin Table 20 - Go Open with Google Apps Royal BallroomEdie Erickson Table 21 - A Pressbooks Vision for Open Textbooks Royal BallroomHugh McGuire Table 22 - Tradeoffs when aiming for multi-platform output targets Royal BallroomKarl Nelson Table 23 - Current developments of the OER World Map Project Royal BallroomJan Neumann Table 24 - OA Family and Community Engagement Curriculum for Higher Ed Teacher Prep Programs Royal BallroomLori Ellingford Table 25 - Where the Wild Things Are: Virtually Open Education Royal BallroomArthur Gill Green Table 26 - The OER Media Landscape and Our Collective Communications Imperative Royal BallroomMichelle Austin • Tanja Hester Table 27 - Copyright Questions: Incorporating 3rd Party Quotations, Illustrations, and more into OER Royal BallroomMeredith Jacob • Barbara Soots • Whitney Whealdon This Hidden Market is the New Majority: What OER Creators Need to Know About the Unique Needs of Adult Learners GrenadaChristopher Harper Building Faculty Communities of Practice through Community Hubs MadridMelinda Boland • Nicole Finkbeiner

11:30am

Strategies for Adopting OER in a Reluctant Department Terrace A - CKrystal Meier • Roy Shahbazian Table 1 - Sharing Hope A Million Miles from Home: A Fulbright Specialist in Krygyzstan Royal BallroomAnita Walz Table 2 - Embracing a Continuum of Openness: Faculty Perspectives Designing and Delivering a Graduate Program with Openness as Core Value Royal BallroomJo Axe • Elizabeth Childs • George Veletsianos Table 3 - Walking the Walk for Open Pedagogy: Community Design of a Shared Open Educational Resource about Scholarly Communication for Librarians and Learners Royal BallroomJosh Bolick • Maria Bonn • Will Cross Table 4 - Six Key Design Considerations for Leveraging Open in Public Safety Education Royal BallroomKrista Lambert • Melanie Meyers Table 5 - OER-Enabled Pedagogy Royal BallroomJohn Hilton III • Rajiv Jhangiani • David Wiley Brazil Open Education Initiative Terrace D - FTel Amiel • Priscila Gonsales Table 6 - Making Change: Research on Educators' Attitudes Toward OER Royal BallroomKatie Bradford • Melissa Loble Table 7 - Motivating factors among faculty for adopting OER Royal BallroomJeff Gallant • Susan Hrach • Tomohiro Nagashima Table 8 - Frameworks and strategies for pursuing OER research Royal BallroomTeggin Summers Table 10 - Being Grateful for OER Courses Royal BallroomEugene Jars Table 9 - Maintaining Mental Health While Leading Significant Change Royal BallroomKim Thanos Table 11 - Jing's OER to Teach Human Resource Management Royal BallroomThomas Norman Table 12 - Faculty use of OER at Boise State University Royal BallroomBob Casper • Muffet Jones • Michael Strickland Table 13 - Adjunct faculty: essential participants in OER adoption and use Royal BallroomJon Iuzzini • Richard Sebastian Leaning into learning design: a Librarian's Guide to New Pedagogy ValenciaTutaleni Asino • Sarah J. Stager Table 14 - The School Librarian's Role in the Adoption of Open Textbooks Royal BallroomAlesha Baker • Kelli Carney • Cates Schwark Table 15 - The hardest nut to crack: generating buy-in with your librarian colleagues Royal BallroomSarah Faye Cohen Table 16 - Connecter, Adviser, Creator: The Role of the Instructional Design Librarian in Campus OER Initiatives Royal BallroomLindsay O'Neill Table 17 - OER 'Sustainable Learning' an effective Hands-on Workshop with Faculty Royal BallroomKyle Morgan • Cyril Oberlander Table 18 - Connect OER Royal BallroomNicole Allen • Brady Yano An Approach to Implementing Nudging for Teachers and Students in OER Courses ImperialRobert Bodily • Ross Strader • David Wiley Table 19 - Remixing OER into the LMS Royal BallroomJustin Ball • Joel Duffin Table 20 - Go Open with Google Apps Royal BallroomEdie Erickson Table 21 - A Pressbooks Vision for Open Textbooks Royal BallroomHugh McGuire Table 22 - Tradeoffs when aiming for multi-platform output targets Royal BallroomKarl Nelson Table 23 - Current developments of the OER World Map Project Royal BallroomJan Neumann Table 24 - OA Family and Community Engagement Curriculum for Higher Ed Teacher Prep Programs Royal BallroomLori Ellingford Table 25 - Where the Wild Things Are: Virtually Open Education Royal BallroomArthur Gill Green Table 26 - The OER Media Landscape and Our Collective Communications Imperative Royal BallroomMichelle Austin • Tanja Hester Table 27 - Copyright Questions: Incorporating 3rd Party Quotations, Illustrations, and more into OER Royal BallroomMeredith Jacob • Barbara Soots • Whitney Whealdon

12:00pm

12:35pm

 
Friday, October 13
 

8:30am

10:00am

10:30am

11:00am

11:30am

12:00pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

2:30pm

3:00pm

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