2018 NE OER Summit Schedule
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Link to Session Descriptions2018 Northeast OER Summit Schedule
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CCA RoomRoom 162Room 163CRoom 165Room 168CRoom 804
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8:00-9:00Arrival, Registration, Full Breakfast
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9:00 - 10:00 Opening Session: A Conversation with Michael Feldstein & Don Kilburn moderated by Marilyn Billings
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10:00 - 10:10Travel to Sessions
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Concurrent Session 1: 10:10 - 11:00 50 minutesEveryone’s a Critic: Student and Peer Review for Better OER, Ian McDermott, Christopher McHale, Elizabeth Jardine, Elizabeth Arestyl
Communicating Open: Policy and Advocacy in Open Education, Nicole Allen, SPARCOpen Education in Connecticut: State and District Progress, Douglas Casey, Kevin Corcoran and Irene ParisiSmall State, Big Challenge: Creating a Community of Practice for Rhode Island Librarians, Dragan Gill, Daniela Fairchild, Lindsey Gumb Journeying Along the Open Road, Michelle Beechey
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Concurrent Session 2: 11:05 - 11:30Creative Commons Certified, Ethan Senack, Jennryn WetzlerBridging the PreK-12 and Higher Ed Divide, Kristina IshmaelOER Adoption as a Social Justice Issue: The Significance of Framing, Lauen Slingluff
Dos and Don’ts: Faculty Perspectives on Designing and Teaching Successful OER Undergraduate Courses, Dawn LevyElementary Statistics OER for Instructors and Students, Davorin DujmovicScaling OER Adoptions in a Centralized Course Model, Jeremy Anderson, Rachel Baum, Maura Devlin
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Concurrent Session 3: 11:35 - 12:00 Using Learning Data to Drive OER Content Improvements, David WlieyDo No Harm: Questioning the Long-Term Implications of OER, Lindsey Carfangna, Steve PhillipsOER in Sustainability: A Flexible and Adaptable Learning Experience, Juliette Goulet, Brian JacobsA Move from Disposable to Renewable Assignments, Veronika DolarBuilding Pressbooks for OER, Hugh McGuire
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12:00 - 1:00LUNCH
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Concurrent Session 4: 1:05 - 1:55 50 minutes Rooms 168 and 804 (25-minute sessions)University and Community College Collaboration for OER Success, Chelsea Contada, Tim Dolan, Jeremy Smith, Karen HinesTaking Action! ACT @ PSU: Getting Started with a Grant Initiative, Amanda Larson and Julie LangPracticing Open Pedagogy in Professional Development, Monica Poole, Danielle Leek, and Proshot Kalami Developing and teaching Non-Science Majors Human Genetics using OER at a Community College, ZMG Sarwar Jahangir Using the OER Commons Toolset to Build Community and Curate Collaboratively, Melinda Boland
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Lessons in Adopting OER in a Biology Course, Young Bae KimShould This Just-in-time Competency-based Skill-builder Web App Go Open?, Mary Ann Perry
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Concurrent Session 5: 2:00 - 2:25Two [Public Higher Ed] Systems, Both Alike in Dignity, Alexis Clifton, Ann FiddlerEmploying FOSS Tools to Improve Learning and Increase Opportunities, Sean MurthyBeyond Cost Savings: OER’s Game Changing Effect on Increasing Collaboration and Inspiring Local Initiatives, Jody Carson, Sue Tashjian, William Heineman, Barbara McCarthyBuilding an OER Culture: Achieving Scale without Losing Focus, Andrew McKinney, Pamela Thielman and Allison Lehr-SamuelsImplement OER in Five Steps, Andrew Marcinek
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Concurrent Session 6: 2:30 - 2:55iOER - Interactive Open Educational Resources: The Next Steps, Jim Grenier, Peter SheaCase studies: Creating successful OER institutional initiative, Nicole Finkbeiner, Kathy Labadorf and Jillian Maynard Empowering Student Ownership of Course Materials Through Open Pedagogy, Brian Jacobs, Stephen Burke(Math OER) + (Personalized Learning) = Student Success, Kostas StroumbakisLearning By Doing in Open Education, David WileyOER and UAT: Are Your Materials Working for Your Students? Don and Elaine Vescio
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Concurrent Session 7: 3:00 - 3:25The [Hi]story Lives On: Using OER and Renewable Assignments to Engage Students, Dr. Leslie Lindenauer and Aura LippincottAll for One or One For All: Using Open Pedagogy in the First-Year Composition Classroom, Krista JackmanStudent Perceptions of Learning with OER Materials, Emma BojinovaSubversive and Sideways: The Canadian Concept of Open Through Reimagined Educator Development and Open Textbook Creation, Peggy FrenchMastery Learning with OER and Knewton's Alta, Adam Rooke
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Panel Discussion: 3:30 - 4:30Student Panel Discussion:
Coffee, Cookies, and Conclusion!
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