Open Ed January Event: Open Education Strategies for Change

Open Ed January Event: Open Education Strategies for Change

January 13, 2017

USNH Open Ed January Event: Open Education Strategies for Change

Open Education logoFriday, January 20, 2017
9:30AM - 3:30PM
@Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH

 

CC by Open Education Week Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

This event is the follow up to the 2016 Academic Technology Institute in which the Open Ed Ambassadors from all four institutions participated last spring. As ambassadors, you will have an opportunity to share and discuss your projects (successes, challenges, lessons learned), ask questions & get answers as well as learn about leading tools, technologies and strategies used in open education.  We look forward to seeing you all there!

Schedule
  • 9:00 - 9:30 am:  Check-in with coffee and light refreshments
     
  • 9:30-9:40 am:  Welcome & Announcements
     
  • 9:40 -10:40 am: Keynote:
      MaryLou Forward, Executive Director of Open Education Consortium

      Open Educational Strategies for Change, Moving Beyond OER  (Presentation & Notes on SlideShare)
     
  • 10:40 -10:55 am: Break
     
  • 10:55 - 11:55 am: Stories from the Trenches: Ambassador Small group discussions: What went well? What not so much? And Lessons learned.
    • Group 1:  Adopting an OER textbook  (Room 101) ( Group 1 Notes , Fran)
    • Group 2: Collecting existing OER materials (Room 103) ( Group 2 Notes , Mike)
    • Group 3: Creating your own OER materials/texts (Room 102) ( Group 3 Notes, Xuan)
    • Group 4: Open Pedagogy: blogs, communities of practice (Room 107) (Group 4 Notes, Chris )
    • Group 5: Open Pedagogy: student creation of course resource (Room 120) ( Group 5 Notes , Linda)
  • 12:00 -1:00 pm: Lunch and networking  (Event Center)
     
  • 1:00-2:00 pm: Open Ed Show Cases: Tools, Technology & Strategies 
     
    • 1:00-1:30:

    • Giving your OER a national presence (OER Commons): Pat Erwin-Ploog (Room 107)

    • Creative Commons licensing as a motivational tool:  Barbra McCahan (Room 120, Computer Lab)

    • Integrated Composition and OER:   Elliot Gruner (Room 102)

    • B2Evolution blogging software as a platform for creating open textbooks:  George Matthews (Room 103)

    • Techniques for industry partnerships:  Meg Heckman (Room 101)
       

    • 1:30-2:00:

    • Student Engagement Strategies in Large Classes (100+):  Sara Withers (Room 103)
    • Socrative online polling software: Marieka Brouwer Burg (Room 107)
    • Open Room    (Room 101)
    • Sigil ebook authoring:  Steve Covello (Room 102)
    • Open Room (Room 120, Computer Lab)

       

  • 2:00 - 3:00 pm: Small Group Break Out Sessions:
    • 1) What happens when I ask students to work publicly? What are my responsibilities? (Room 101, Group 1 Notes, Fran)
    • 2) How do we create moments of insight for our students? (Room 102, Group 2 Notes, Xuan)
    • 3) What do I/have I gain(ed) by using an open text? What do I/did I give up? (Room 103, Group 3 Notes, Mike )
    • 4) How does the incorporation of openly-licensed materials facilitate a more authentically learner developed pedagogy? (Room 107,  Group 4 Notes, Chris)
    • 5) Special challenges for large classes. (Room 120, Group 5 Notes, Linda)
       
  • 3:00 - 3:30 pm:  Small Group Report Outs, Next Steps and Wrap Up (Event Center, 2nd floor)
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