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Programme - OER19: Recentering Open: Critical and global perspectives
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10-11 April 2019, National University of Ireland, Galway
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Wednesday, 10 April
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08.00 - 09.00Registration, refreshments and networking
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09.00 -10.00Welcome from the Co-Chairs and keynote by Kate Bowles
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10.00 - 10.30Refreshment break
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10.30 - 11.30Parallel sessions
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Lecture TheatreO-076Theme 2: GeopoliticsWhat does it take to establish Openness as an institutional value? - 30minsDavid White,
Kate Lindsay
Gavin Clinch
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O-116Theme 2: GeopoliticsUnpacking the geopolitics of open for the strategic development of (HE) institutions and communities - what is a university for? - 30minsSheila MacNeill,
Keith Smyth et al.
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CA101O-009Theme 3: Open ecosystemCreating Open Textbooks for Graduate Programs in Educational Technology - 20minsRichard WestLeona Ungerer
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O-096Theme 3: Open ecosystemA Grassroots Approach to Building a Sustainable Open Textbook Service: a Case Study. - 20minsRosarie Coughlan
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O-071Theme 3: Open ecosystemOpen Scotland Greenshoots of Open Practice - 20minsJoe Wilson,
John Casey et al.
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G009O-168Theme 1: Back to basicsIs open online language learning appropriate for refugees and migrants? - 20minsTimothy Read,
Elena Barcena et al.
Anne-Marie Scott
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O-170Theme 1: Back to basicsThe role of a MOOC in developing in-service English language teacher cognition - 20minsShahrzad Ardavani
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O-066Theme 3: Open ecosystemOpen Science: the contribution of citizen science projects to informal learning in the public sphere - 20minsEileen Scanlon,
Christothea Herodotou et al.
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CA107O-119Theme 1: Back to basicsOpen for whom? Thinking about diversity, equity and inclusiveness in open communities - 60minsBea de los Arcos,
Judith Pete
Leigh Graves Wolf
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G006O-027Theme 7: Sustainability#OpenETC: A Collaborative or a Cooperative? - 60minsGrant Potter,
Brian Lamb et al.
Jim Luke
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G007O-139Theme 3: Open ecosystemOpen Education, global health and equity: Critical reflections from a case study in public health eye care - 20minsSally Parsley,
Daksha Patel
Frances Bell
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O-016Theme 3: Open ecosystemFostering a culture of openness: enablers, tensions and works in progress. - 20minsElizabeth Childs,
Dr. Jo Axe et al.
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O-070Theme 3: Open ecosystemAn Open Networking Lab for practical open education - 20minsKaren Kear,
Andrew Smith et al.
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11.30 - 11.45Short break to get to next session (15 min)
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11.45 - 12.45Parallel sessions
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Lecture TheatreO-045Theme 7: SustainabilityEnsuring a Sustainable Future for Open Education - economic models, business models, sustainability models - 30minsPaul StaceyJames Glap-Grossklag
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O-152Theme 1: Back to basicsCape Town Declaration: Envisioning the Next Decade of Open Education - 30minsNicole Allen,
Alek Tarkowski
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CA101O-052Theme 4: ContextRepurposing the FOLC offering to illuminate open in a Wits context - 20minsNajma Agherdien,
Nazira Hoosen
Anne-Marie Scott
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O-056Theme 4: ContextFacing the risks and challenges of bounded inequities – putting inequalities back into the notion of ‘quality’ for equitable, sustainable development of Higher Education in Africa and Europe - 20minsSu-ming Khoo,
Paul Prinsloo
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O-054Theme 4: ContextThe good, the bad and the ugly of open? Digitalisation and cultural contexts. - 20minsAndy Lane,
Teresa Connolly et al.
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G009O-025Theme 2: GeopoliticsWorking with OEP in In Northern Australian Aboriginal Knowledge Systems - 20minsJohanna FunkNajma Agherdien
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O-140Theme 2: GeopoliticsQuestioning Openness: Perspectives from MOOC designers located in South Africa and the USA - 20minsTaskeen Adam
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O-150Theme 2: Geopolitics Bringing OER in from the periphery: a Grounded Theory on OER adoption in Latin American Universities - 20minsVirginia Rodés
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CA107O-059Theme 2: GeopoliticsEnabling equity and inclusion for refugees and asylum seekers through open education - 60minsGabi Witthaus,
Gill Ryan et al.
Maren Deepwell
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G006O-095Theme 4: ContextAmaz-Zine: How to create a DIY OER Zine - 60minsBryan Mathers,
Amy Burvall
Catherine Cronin
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G007O-093Theme 3: Open ecosystemIdentifying Under-representation in Wikipedia, Wikidata and Other Online Sources - 60minsAlice White,
Martin Poulter
Frances Bell
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12.45 - 13.45Lunch
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13.45 - 14.45Parallel sessions
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Lecture TheatreO-043Theme 4: ContextEnacting the Value of Openness by Sharing. - 20minsHelen CrumpCaroline Kuhn
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O-159Theme 4: ContextThe use of Realist Social theory to shed light on student’s agency/lack of in open educational practices. - 20minsCaroline Kuhn
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O-084Theme 4: ContextThe openness of new learning spaces in campus-based institutions - 20minsClaire McAvinia,
Jason Fitzsimmons et al.
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CA10O-023Theme 3: Open ecosystemAn Open Road - Our ePortfolio journey - 20minsLisa Donaldson,
Mark Glynn
Gabi Witthaus
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O-061Theme 3: Open ecosystemOpening up the closed – bringing a technology vendor into the domain of almost open! - 20minsAndrew Smith
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O-064Theme 4: ContextDigital open textbooks for development: Promoting social justice in South African higher education - 20minsGlenda Cox,
Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams et al.
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G009O-121Theme 1: Back to basics#femedtech Open Space - 30minsLorna Campbell,
Frances Bell et al.
Kate Molloy
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O-118Theme 6: Critical literaciesVirtually Connecting at #OER19 - 30minsTeresa MacKinnon
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CA107O-173Theme 1: Back to basicsOpen Education Cooperative - where policy meets practice - 60minsAleksandra Czetwertyńska,
Alek Tarkowski
Laura Czerniewicz
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G006O-037Theme 7: SustainabilityFostering Openness in Education: considerations for sustainable policy making - 60minsJaviera Atenas,
Leo Havemann et al.
Joe Wilson
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G007O-030Theme 3: Open ecosystemSupporting Open Science with Open Pedagogy - 20minsKaren Cangialosi,
Susan Whittemore
Connie Blomgren
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O-022Theme 3: Open ecosystemTowards Open Pedagogy: A Phenomenological Study of Open Education Practitioners - 20minsMichael Paskevicius
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O-123Theme 2: GeopoliticsGeopolitics of Open Education: An examination of undergraduates’ experiences in Nigerian universities - 20minsOlawale Iyinolakan,
Dr. Abiola Abioye
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14.45 - 15.00Short break to get to next session (15 min)
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15.00 - 16.00Parallel sessions
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Lecture TheatreO-127Theme 1: Back to basicsThe Participatory Open: Can We Build a Pro-Social / Pro-Societal Web? - 30minsBonnie Stewart,
Lawrie Phipps et al.
Catherine Cronin
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O-020Theme 7: SustainabilityRoad testing the UK Online Copyright Advisor - 30minsMarion Kelt
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CA101O-031Theme 6: Critical literacies Transparently Open: Making Critical Digital Literacy Practices Visible in a Syllabus - 20minsLeigh WolfVerena Roberts
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O-132Theme 6: Critical literaciesAccessibility, User Experience & Augmented Reality in Future OER Learning - 20minsSabine Moebs
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O-049Theme 3: Open ecosystemOpen Education: Into the Future - 20minsEamon Costello,
Gráinne Conole et al.
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G009O-086Theme 3: Open ecosystemExploring the role of Open Source Hardware in the OER Ecosystem - 20minsBeverley Gibbs,
David Polson
Rob Farrow
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O-085Theme 3: Open ecosystemAre local institutional repositories the way to go for OER curation in Ireland? - 20minsRisquez Angelica,
Claire McAvinia
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O-169Theme 2: GeopoliticsRelaunching the OER Policy Registry on OER World Map - 20minsJan Neumann
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CA107O-063Theme 4: ContextWhere Open and Innovation Collide: Designing for an ideal HE future - 60minsLyn Hay,
Julie Lindsay et al.
Lee Graham
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G006O-032Theme 1: Back to basicsOpen education as social-justice: a writing workshop - 60minsSarah Lambert,
Laura Czerniewicz
Joe Wilson
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G007O-012Theme 4: ContextMy Story: A Found Poem Reflecting the Voice of Women Studying in Open Education Programs in Turkey - 7minsSuzan Koseoglu,
Aras Bozkurt et al.
Tom Farrelly
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O-154Theme 1: Back to basicsWikipedia in Medical Education: A subterfuge - 7minsClare Thomson,
Richard Fallis
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O-115Theme 1: Back to basics“But what exactly is @FemEdTech?” Defining an open distributed network - 20minsLouise Drumm,
Frances Bell et al.
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O-110Theme 1: Back to basicsA Tale of Resilience: Turning ‘Nos’ Into an Internationally Award Winning Web Series - Naturally Ours: A Case Study - 20minsLori Yearwood,
Erica Hargreave
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16.00 - 16.20Refreshment break
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16.20 - 17.20Keynote Panel: Taskeen Adam, Caroline Kuhn and Judith Pete
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17.20 - 18.20Parallel sessions
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Lecture TheatreO-039Theme 1: Back to basicsWho are we missing? Closed-open communities. - 30minsUna Daly,
Jenni Hayman
Frances Bell
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O-161Theme 6: Critical literaciesTrouble with critical: reframing critical digital literacies as real-world interventions - 30minsHelen Beetham
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CA101O-117Theme 5: Historical perspectivesShaping Open Practice: OER Research Impact for Research Excellence Framework (2021) - 20minsRobert Farrow,
Rebecca Pitt et al.
Laura Czerniewicz
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O-151Theme 4: ContextRecontextualising learning: the promotion of Open Educational Practice through the collaborative design and development of Open Educational Resources. - 20minsKate Miller,
Gary Mckenna et al.
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O-034Theme 2: GeopoliticsFrom a tweet, to a blog, to a book – writing an open access book - 20minsChris Rowell
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G009O-051Theme 1: Back to basicsInvestigation into adaptation of OER for synchronous online language teaching - 20minsHélène PulkerLeona Ungerer
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O-081Theme 1: Back to basicsOER Accessibility to English Non-Native Speakers - 20minsIrina Rets,
Tim Coughlan et al.
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O-124Theme 1: Back to basicsAcademic staff perceptions and use of Open Educational Resources in selected Universities in Ghana - 20minsSamuel Ofosu Donyina,
Professor Zhang Jingjing et al.
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CA107O-136Theme 6: Critical literaciesReflecting on teaching in the open: Digital Literacies and Open Practice - 60minsJane Secker,
Lorna Campbell et al.
Verena Roberts
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G006O-158Theme 6: Critical literaciesPedagogy of the Data Oppressed - developing a pedagogy for working with Students to Solve Problems with Data - 60minsMary LoftusJaviera Atenas
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18.20Day 1 Close
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19.30OER19 Evening at the Bite Club, Galway
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Thursday, 11 April
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08.30 - 09.00Registration, refreshments and networking
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09.00 - 10.00Welcome from the Co-Chairs and keynote by Su-Ming Khoo
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10.00 - 10.15Short break to get to next session (15 min)
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10.15 - 11.15Parallel sessions
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Lecture TheatreO-040Theme 1: Back to basics"Won't somebody PLEASE think of the learners?" How to overcome the Helen Lovejoy Syndrome of OER. - 30minsJöran Muuß-Merholz,
Markus Deimann et al.
Richard West
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O-102Theme 3: Open ecosystemCrowdsourcing the Untextbook - 30minsMichelle Harrison,
Tannis Morgan et al.
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CA101O-094Theme 7: SustainabilityJOINTLY for OER: How should a public repository and service provider for OER look like? - 20minsAnja Lorenz,
Annett Zobel et al.
Leona Ungerer
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O-148Theme 7: SustainabilityCreating and sustaining open on a shoestring - 20minsMelanie Meyers
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O-167Theme 7: SustainabilityBack to basics for sustainability: a critical narrative from Sweden on the micro, meso and macro level - 20minsJörg Pareigis
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G009O-135Theme 4: ContextI love to hate you: A Theoretical Critique of Irish Language and Culture MOOCs and the battle of Open - 20minsMairéad Nic Giolla Mhichíl,
Mark Brown et al.
Catherine Cronin
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O-047Theme 4: ContextPerceptions of student push back: One professor's experience using Open Source software in an educational technology course - 20minsJulia Hengstler
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O-112Theme 3: Open ecosystemRejuvenating Open Education through Open Educational Practices - 20minsMichael Dabrowski
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CA107O-146Theme 6: Critical literaciesRecentering open for those at the margins: three lenses on lurking - 60minsCaroline Kuhn,
Leo Havemann et al.
Helen Crump
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G006O-109Theme 7: SustainabilityFinding Funding and Building Sustainability Around Arts and Environmental Storytelling - 60minsErica Hargreave,
Mary McDonald
Jan Neumann
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G007O-008Theme 1: Back to basicsSustainability of Human Development: An OER Course Tool Kit for Early Childhood Educational Stakeholders - 20minsMargaret Krone,
Marcie Savoie
Debbie Baff
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O-026Theme 1: Back to basicsWhen connection fails: What to do with all the lemons? - 20minsLaura Ritchie,
Brady Lloyd
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O-075Theme 1: Back to basicsStarting with The Basics: Establishing a University Repository for OERs in Germany. - 20minsMichael Fuchs
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11.15 - 11.30Short break to get to next session (15 min)
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