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

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Showing Gratitude through Open Education [clear filter]
Thursday, October 12
 

11:00am PDT

Table 10 - Being Grateful for OER Courses
The science of gratitude shows us that being grateful has many positive benefits in our lives. Approaching OER with an attitude of gratefulness can rewire our brain and make us happier. By being grateful, you'll be more appreciative about the open content you use and be more willing to share your content in return.



In this presentation, I'm going to talk about what researchers have found about gratitude and the positive effects gratitude can have on our lives. You'll also have some tips that can help you become more grateful in your life.

Speakers
avatar for Eugene Jars

Eugene Jars

Instruction Designer, Pima Community College


Thursday October 12, 2017 11:00am - 11:25am PDT
Royal Ballroom

11:00am PDT

Table 9 - Maintaining Mental Health While Leading Significant Change
Leading change is difficult. It's a constant uphill battle that takes a heavy toll physically, emotionally, and even spiritually. Come join a conversation about how to fight (and win!) the fight that never sleeps and stay healthy while doing it.

Speakers
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Alyson Indrunas

Alyson "Indy" Indrunas is an Executive Director for Lumen Learning. She holds an M.A. in English Studies from Western Washington University and an M.Ed. from the Woodring College of Education. Her scholarly interests are in educational technology, professional development, Open Education... Read More →
avatar for Kim Thanos

Kim Thanos

CEO, Lumen Learning


Thursday October 12, 2017 11:00am - 11:25am PDT
Royal Ballroom

11:30am PDT

Table 10 - Being Grateful for OER Courses
The science of gratitude shows us that being grateful has many positive benefits in our lives. Approaching OER with an attitude of gratefulness can rewire our brain and make us happier. By being grateful, you'll be more appreciative about the open content you use and be more willing to share your content in return.



In this presentation, I'm going to talk about what researchers have found about gratitude and the positive effects gratitude can have on our lives. You'll also have some tips that can help you become more grateful in your life.

Speakers
avatar for Eugene Jars

Eugene Jars

Instruction Designer, Pima Community College


Thursday October 12, 2017 11:30am - 11:55am PDT
Royal Ballroom

11:30am PDT

Table 9 - Maintaining Mental Health While Leading Significant Change
Leading change is difficult. It's a constant uphill battle that takes a heavy toll physically, emotionally, and even spiritually. Come join a conversation about how to fight (and win!) the fight that never sleeps and stay healthy while doing it.

Speakers
AI

Alyson Indrunas

Alyson "Indy" Indrunas is an Executive Director for Lumen Learning. She holds an M.A. in English Studies from Western Washington University and an M.Ed. from the Woodring College of Education. Her scholarly interests are in educational technology, professional development, Open Education... Read More →


Thursday October 12, 2017 11:30am - 11:55am PDT
Royal Ballroom
 


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  • Collaborations in Support of Open Education
  • Critiques of OER and Open Education
  • General
  • Increasing Hope through Open Education
  • Issues at the Intersection of Open and Analytics
  • Issues at the Intersection of Open and Assessment
  • Keynote
  • Models Supporting the Adoption Use or Sustaining of OER in Adult Basic Education
  • Models Supporting the Adoption Use or Sustaining of OER in Higher Education
  • Models Supporting the Adoption Use or Sustaining of OER in K-12 Education
  • Open Education in Developing Countries
  • Open Pedagogy and Open Educational Practices
  • Promoting and Evaluating Institutional and Governmental Open Policies
  • Research on the Impact of OER
  • Showing Gratitude through Open Education
  • Synergies Between Open Education and Open Data Open Access Open Science and Open Source
  • The Economics of Open Education
  • The Ethics of Open Education
  • The Meaning of Open
  • The Politics of Open Education
  • The Role of Faculty in Advocating for Supporting or Sustaining OER Adoption and Use
  • The Role of Instructional Designers in Advocating for Supporting or Sustaining OER Adoption and Use
  • The Role of Librarians in Advocating for Supporting or Sustaining OER Adoption and Use
  • The Role of Students in Advocating for Supporting or Sustaining OER Adoption and Use
  • Tools and Technologies Supporting Open Education
  • Unanticipated Topics
  • What's Next for OER and Open Education