OpenCon 2018 Group Assignments
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ABDEF
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First Name
Second Name
Opening Story of Self
Workshops (Both Sessions)
Closing Circle
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PeterMusser12
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
12
3
PaigeMann11
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
11
4
AlisaLazear15
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
15
5
EmmaMolls1
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
1
6
FrancesChang Andreu16
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
16
7
AyoOlagoke1Africa1
8
EseChile7
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
7
9
ErzsebetToth-Czifra2Europe2
10
FaresBelkhiria4Africa4
11
Willa
Liburd Tavernier
12
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
12
12
RaphaelBerchie5Africa5
13
Anointing Momoh6Africa6
14
Dana.AbkhHasan16Asia16
15
DEBORACHRISTINE17Asia17
16
Cynthia Sin Nga
Lam1Asia1
17
MonicaGranados3
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
3
18
NANARobitashvili2Asia2
19
MahadiaAlly TungaAfrica
20
JennyHoops11
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
11
21
IreneRamos Pérez13
Latin America and the Caribbean
13
22
JamshidHashimi16Asia16
23
RobertusTheodore17Asia17
24
WillCross7
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
7
25
April
Clyburne-Sherin
4
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
4
26
Juliane CoddToce15
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
15
27
DanielleRobinson8
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
8
28
AlejandroPosada14
Latin America and the Caribbean
14
29
HillaryMiller16
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
16
30
CarlyRobinson5
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
5
31
DebbieFeisst1
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
1
32
ApurvaAshok5
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
5
33
ZoeWake Hyde6
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
6
34
JeanineFinn2
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
2
35
IbraheemAli3
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
3
36
StephanieLarson3
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
3
37
ErinMcKiernan3
Latin America and the Caribbean
3
38
amybuckland2
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
2
39
NickThomson17
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
17
40
ClaireCoulter7
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
7
41
MohamedEl-Brolosy9Africa9
42
VrushaliDandawate8Asia8
43
RafaelMartins10
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
10
44
DenisseAlbornoz15
Latin America and the Caribbean
15
45
AliVersluis14
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
14
46
LindaLew9Oceania9
47
AndyByers11Europe11
48
AnaNiño4
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
4
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LorraineChuen9
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
9
50
AkankshaBhatnagar5
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
5
51
GenevieveElrod2
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
2
52
AnnieCruze6Asia6
53
MonicaBrown12
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
12
54
AngelaKaczmarczyk7
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
7
55
ChloeMcLaren5
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
5
56
BenFarrar12Europe12
57
KaterinaDima14Europe14
58
DominiqueRoche4
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
4
59
YayoUmetsubo7
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
7
60
AshleyFarley10
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
10
61
MaryamQonita10Asia10
62
RonaldSsewanyana10Africa10
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Thomas Mboa11Africa11
64
JacquelinePhillips6
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
6
65
RoshanKarn11Asia11
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JennyMiglus6
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
6
67
Christian
Medina-Ramirez
16
Latin America and the Caribbean
16
68
CharlotteRoh8
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
8
69
HanniNabahe9
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
9
70
Arturo
Garduño Magaña
8
Latin America and the Caribbean
8
71
LeilaSterman12
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
12
72
NickMacro7
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
7
73
Alexis CJohnson15Europe15
74
NaomiPenfold13Europe13
75
VictoriaSchindler8
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
8
76
Juliana Soto11
Latin America and the Caribbean
11
77
StefanieHaustein17
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
17
78
JakeOrlowitz14
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
14
79
MaggieHuang10
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
10
80
JulioLopez Pena2
Latin America and the Caribbean
2
81
Juan Pablo Alperin3
Latin America and the Caribbean
3
82
Ting-Yi (Elisa)Chang9Asia9
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AlannahFitzgerald10
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
10
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ChukwumaOgbonnayaAfrica
85
SerahRono12Africa12
86
TaniaAllard4
Latin America and the Caribbean
4
87
CrystalleeCrain11
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
11
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Egle MarijaRamanauskaite3Europe3
89
VinodhIlangovan15Asia15
90
GeorgeChen13
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
13
91
Ariadna
Matas Casadevall
16Europe16
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Amanda GiancolaChoose Now with This Link
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AnneHe13
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
13
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StephanieCheung14
NA3: How might we...welcome, embolden, and care for open advocates and provide inclusive support that considers the whole person
14
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DavidPixton13
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
13
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BrittanyGreig13
NA2: How might we encourage open advocacy and the practice of open beyond the tenure track
13
97
JonathanCain6
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
6
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Rian Ciela
Visscher Hammond
3Choose Now with This Link3
99
AmandaLarson9
NA1: How might we equip those working in universities and colleges to embed diversity and inclusivity into their work with open educational practices and resources
9
100
Rima-MariaRahal4Europe4
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