A Champion for All? OER and Deconstructing Vocational Awe with Fobazi Ettarh In this 90-minute webinar, Fobazi Ettarh, who defined the concept of “vocational awe" for library workers, explores how this idea applies to the field of open education. February 3, 2-3:30.
Copyright for Complete Beginners Join Copyright First Responders for an explanation of copyright and open licenses. We’ll assume that you have no prior knowledge and start from scratch. Bring your questions! March 3, 12-1.
Institutional Debt: The Invisible Architecture of Higher Education What is institutional debt, and how does it shape the institutions we work in? How does it affect the educational experiences that instructors and academic staff offer, and that students experience? March 17, 12-1:30
See everything happening in Oregon: Oregon Celebrates Open Education Week, March 6-10, 2023 (this page will be updated as events are added)
OER 101: Getting Started with Open Educational Resources Are you interested in exploring OER for your course, but don’t know where to start? Join Abbey Elder, Open Access & Scholarly Communication Librarian, Iowa State University, for an introduction. March 6, 12-1.
Open Ed Week Webinar: Equity and Open Education Faculty Panel Jen Klaudinyi, Library Faculty at Portland Community College, facilitates a panel of Oregon instructors who have adopted open educational practices with an equity lens. March 8, 1-2.
Open Ed Week Keynote: Harnessing the Resilience Within with Mays Imad In this 90 minute session, Mays Imad will draw on the neurobiology of learning to examine the intimate relationship between equity, radical hospitality, and trauma-informed education. March 10, 2-3:30.
Open Ed Week Happy Hour Let’s raise a glass to celebrate the conclusion of another Open Ed Week! March 10, 4-5.