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

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Open Pedagogy and Open Educational Practices [clear filter]
Wednesday, October 11

1:30pm PDT

Complementary and Necessarily Bundled: Leveraging Partnerships to Bring Open Pedagogy to Scale
Open pedagogy is the future of open education because of the potential for an educational community to engage in the creation of the next generation of content while improving student learning. However, building open pedagogy to scale at most institutions has proven difficult, partially because of customized learning experiences and partially because of lack of faculty knowledge about how to support open pedagogy assignments. One way to increase adoption of open pedagogy is to leverage the existing infrastructure and institutional awareness around information literacy. The similarities in goals between open pedagogy and information literacy work represents a natural partnership that open practitioners can draw upon to support the increased adoption of both information-rich and renewable assignments in the curriculum. Panelists in this session will discuss a librarian's perspective on building programmatic support for open pedagogical practice, similar to how libraries have built programmatic support for information literacy. With a focus on scholarship of teaching and learning and open educational practices, we'll demonstrate how the work of open education practitioners and librarians is both complementary and necessarily bundled. When our professional, ethical, and teaching practices are united, open pedagogy can be better organized to scale.

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Sarah Faye Cohen

Managing Director, Open Textbook Network
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Amy Hofer

Statewide Open Education Program Director, Open Oregon Educational Resources
Amy Hofer, Statewide Open Education Program Director, is the OER librarian for Oregon's 24 community colleges and universities. You can visit the Open Oregon Educational Resources website at openoregon.org. By night she is a fiddler and square dance caller.
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Michelle Reed

Research Manager, Library Futures
Michelle Reed is the Research Manager for Library Futures, a project of the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU Law. She manages the organization’s research portfolio in support of digital rights and equitable access to knowledge. Prior to joining Library Futures, Michelle worked in academic libraries at the intersections... Read More →
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Quill West

OE Project Manager, Pierce College

Wednesday October 11, 2017 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
Friday, October 13

1:00pm PDT

You've Saved $175 Million - So What?
Adoptions and student savings are great outcomes of Open Educational Resources, but what OER really does for a community is provide freedom to do even more! Four leaders of OER programs will discuss how they took quality, already-existing OER content and utilized the freedom of open licensing to create and manage meaningful projects that go beyond the original textbook. Examples will include ancillaries, courseware, regionalization, and modification of OER.

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Lauri Aesoph

Manager, Open Education, BCcampus
Lauri supports the development and sharing of open educational resources in British Columbia. She has project managed and led workshops and webinars on the adoption, adaptation, and creation of open educational resources. She also provides technical and instructional design support... Read More →
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Nicole Finkbeiner

Associate Director, Institutional Relations, OpenStax, Rice University
Nicole is the Associate Director of Institutional Relations, focused on developing and managing the relationships with faculty adopters and administrators. A graduate of Kellogg Community College, Western Michigan University and Michigan State University, she worked in college relations... Read More →
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Jeff Gallant

Program Director, Affordable Learning Georgia, University System of Georgia
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Kathy Labadorf

Info Literacy, Open Ed Resources&Social Sci Lib, UConn Library
Leading a burgeoning OER Initiative at UConn. Excited about the Social Justice elements of Open and Creative Commons licenses. Talk to me about Open Pedagogy and how to grow that initiative at a Research 1 University!
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Rahim Rajan

Senior Program Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Friday October 13, 2017 1:00pm - 1:55pm PDT

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  • Models Supporting the Adoption Use or Sustaining of OER in Adult Basic Education
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  • Open Education in Developing Countries
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  • The Economics of Open Education
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  • The Role of Faculty in Advocating for Supporting or Sustaining OER Adoption and Use
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