Open Education

DAVIDSON

Moderated a panel on OER and STEM Librarianship entitled “OERs: Science Liaisons Strengthening the Academy with Open Resources” at ALA Annual 2017 [forthcoming]

Traveled to Berlin, Germany with a cohort of undergraduate students, faculty, and staff (Spring 2017 History 338/ German Studies 438) to teach students about open access, public scholarship, and Creative Commons licenses

  • The course concluded with the creation of digital OER, which were shared publicly

Helped establish an Oberlin Group OER Forum on liberal arts OER adoption and creation

  • Presented on the Duke Endowment Libraries stipend program (with Christy Allen from Furman University)

Created and taught a six-week, asynchronous course on Open Educational Resources and OER outreach for librarians and new professionals through Library Juice Academy 

Served on an OER panel (with librarians from the University of Hawaii and Manoa, Kapiolani Community College, and Leeward Community College) for Libraries & Information Centers (LIS 672) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa

Created a blog series [See Post 1, 2, and 3] for librarians new to OER outreach on ACRLog

Invited to be a part of the 2016 OpenCon Open Education Cohort to explore how liberal arts colleges might become more involved in the open education movement 

Co-authored a grant with librarians from Furman University, Duke University, and John C. Smith University to receive Duke Endowment Funding to support faculty OER adoption across the Carolinas

  • 40 faculty will receive stipends for meeting with a librarian to find OER and reviewing one or more OER for accuracy and usefulness
  • Currently administering the 10 stipends for Davidson faculty, including helping faculty find OER relevant to their areas of expertise

Created an Open Education Pilot of four $500 faculty stipends to incentivize Davidson faculty to adapt, adopt, and/or create OER in their Fall 2016 courses

  • Oversaw the implementation of the stipends, including creating support teams and information sharing opportunities for all stipend recipients
  • Guided some faculty through the process of re-sharing OER, some of which included student work. This includes instruction on finding an OER repository to submit to, selecting the proper license, assigning relevant metadata, and understanding preservation and accessibility of materials

Published a peer-reviewed article on critical OER practices for In the Library with the Leadpipe

Assisted with Planning Davidson’s Annual Teaching Showcase to Focus on OER

Created and facilitated an Experimenting as Teachers (EAT) workshop for faculty on open education

  • Abstract excerpt: As more instructors embrace digital pedagogy, students are often asked to share their work with the wider public through websites, apps, and other open projects. Asking students to “open up” their research and discovery process beyond the walls of their classroom can make their learning more authentic and meaningful. In what other ways does working in public affect students? Should students doing open work have the ability to choose how their IP will be shared through anonymization, licensing, or other means? What copyright considerations are there? If students are hesitant to do open work, how might we assuage their concerns? How can we make that a moment for learning and reflection?

ILLINOIS

Presented a workshop on OER at Illinois’ Faculty Summer Institute on Moving Beyond Consumption and faculty creation and sharing of OER (with Crystal Sheu)

Presented a workshop for librarians from around the world on OER for the Mortenson Center’s International Associates Program (with Crystal Sheu)

Guest lectured on the role of OER in library instruction for a graduate LIS course, Instruction and Assistance Systems (LIS 458) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Created workshops and a LibGuide on Open Education Resources for UIUC Faculty and Librarians for Open Education Week 2015

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