UNH OER Ambassadors 2017

Faculty members participated in ATI 2017: Open Education: Pedagogy & Scholarship in a Connected Environment at Plymouth State University. The follow up event in January 2018 was titled Open Education: Be the Change.

UNH ATI 2017-18 Ambassadors

Molly Campbell is a lecturer in the department of English at University of New Hampshire. She uses innovative design practices for curriculum in order to create course content that is relevant and immediately applicable in the workplace. Her Open Education (OE) project focused on Open Education Resources (OER.) She is working on utilizing Makerspace technologies in concert with technical writing and is looking forward to being able to enhance this experience with OER.  Email: m.campbell@unh.edu, Twitter Profile: Ms2ndrow
John Chaston is an Associate Professor of Spanish at the University of New Hampshire. His OE project focused on Open Pedagogy and student creation of course resources (and also creation of his own resources which are also to be shared.) Email: John.Chaston@unh.edu 
Eun Kyeong Cho is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of New Hampshire.  Her OE project focused on Open Pedagogy and student creation of course resources. She is planning to integrate Open Educational Resources (OER) into her courses and teacher training projects. Email: eunkyeong.cho@unh.edu 
Marcos Del Hierro is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of New Hampshire. Email: marcos.delhierro@unh.edu, Twitter Profile: marcosdelhierro
Maeve Dion is an Assistant Professor of Security Studies at UNH, where she teaches in the homeland security program and is developing a graduate program in cybersecurity management and leadership. Her OE project focused on Open Pedagogy and constructive knowledge through discussion boards; student creation of course content and peer critiques. Email: maeve.dion@unh.edu 
Elyse Hambacher is an assistant professor of Education at the University of New Hampshire. Her OE project focused on OER and collecting existing OER materials. Email: elyse.hambacher@unh.edu 
Lori Hopkins is an Associate Professor of Spanish, Core Faculty of the Women’s Studies Program and co-director of Latin American Studies. Her OE project focused on OER and collecting existing OER materials. Email: Lori.Hopkins@unh.edu, Twitter Profile: LoriHopkins1