Title

WORKSHOP - The Library is Open: Leveraging open educational resources to enhance campus-community relations

Location

More information will be available soon.

Start Date

9-8-2018 1:00 PM

End Date

9-8-2018 4:00 PM

Description

Panel members:

Rachel Borchardt, Amanda Click, Olivia Ivey, David Rose

Workshop will cover:

· What is OER

· Why does it matter for service-learning

· What can you do about it

Participants will:

· Identify stakeholders at their own institutions

· Draft an elevator pitch to advocate for open policies and programs that will benefit service learning and community based research initiatives on their campus

· Identify OER short-term and long-term projects

Short bio of the presenter(s)

David is CTRL's Faculty Innovation Technologist, an open educational resources (OER) Research Fellow for the Open Education Group, as well as a student in Purdue University’s online Master of Science in Education in Learning Design & Technology program. Before joining AU, he was freelance writer traveling the world for 2 years. Before that, he worked for the Saylor Academy, an education nonprofit designing free online courses built around OER. While there, he developed a completely open MOOC with NASA engineers and Nobel Laureate physicists among other projects. The bulk of David's work at CTRL centers around online learning and how OER facilitates pedagogical freedom and student performance. He also manages AU’s free WordPress installation, EdSpace, and helps faculty use WordPress for a range of educational purposes from student blogs to whole course sites.

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Aug 9th, 1:00 PM Aug 9th, 4:00 PM

WORKSHOP - The Library is Open: Leveraging open educational resources to enhance campus-community relations

More information will be available soon.

Panel members:

Rachel Borchardt, Amanda Click, Olivia Ivey, David Rose

Workshop will cover:

· What is OER

· Why does it matter for service-learning

· What can you do about it

Participants will:

· Identify stakeholders at their own institutions

· Draft an elevator pitch to advocate for open policies and programs that will benefit service learning and community based research initiatives on their campus

· Identify OER short-term and long-term projects