2019 NE OER Summit Schedule
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2019 Northeast OER Summit Schedule
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CCA RoomRoom 162Room 163Room 165Room 168CRoom 174Room 804
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8:00-8:45Arrival, Registration, Full Breakfast
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8:45 - 9:00 Welcoming Remarks
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9:00 - 10:15Keynote Speakers: A conversation with Dr. Robin DeRosa and Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani
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10:15 - 10:25Travel to Sessions
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Concurrent Session 1: 10:25 - 10:50 25 minutesOER 101, Nicole Allen, SPARC Sharing OER Experiences at Kingsborough CC: Initiative, Data Analysis Findings, and Future Prospects, Dawn Levy, Dorina Tila, Emral Devany, Kristin PolizzottoOER as Philosophy and Practice, Himanee Gupta-Carlson, Empire State College, SUNYUDL and Accessibilty of OER from a Designers' Perspective, Lance Hidy, Northern Essex CCSocial Class and OER, Elizabeth Siler, Mount Wachusett CC, Vicki Gruzynski, Worcester State UUsing OER to bridge gaps between higher education, public libraries, and non-governmental organizations, Grif Peterson, P2PU, Kelly Woodside, Mass Library Assoc.
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Concurrent Session 2: 11:00 - 11:25 25 minutesOE-faR: Creating an Open Community in a Decentralized Faculty Network, Allie Davis, Heather Blicher, Cory Gagnon, SNHU Big Fish in a Little Pond: OER in the Liberal Arts, Lauren Slingluff, U of ConnecticutAccessibilty and Open Education, Hannah Davidson, Plymouth State UMaking Discovery of Open Content Easier with OASIS, Bill Jones, Ben Rawlins, SUNY GeneseoOER from the Ground Up: Building a Faculty Development-based OER Initiative, Elizabeth McKeague, Roopika Risam, Gail Rankin, Salem State UAdvancing Sustainability to the Social Sciences: An OER Human Development Course Tool Kit for Early Childhood Educational Stakeholders, Margaret Krone, Marcie Savoie, UMass Amherst
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Concurrent Session 3: 11:35 - 12:00 25 minutesGoing #NoLo, Eileen Rhodes, Michael Bies, Ryan Pierson, Capital CCOER + Next Generation Courseware = Student Success, Laura Murray, Josh Baron, Lumen LearningSharing the how: Moving toward open reflective pedagogy, Sarah Hansen, MIT Open CoursewareCreating Interactive Open Educational Resources with H5P, Peter Shea, Middlesex CC, J.M. Grenier, Fitchburg State UIntroducing the NERCOMP OER Community of Practice, William Harris, William Paterson U, Aaron Flint, SNHURealizing the Dream of Designing Your Own Textbook: Refining Content and Accessing Learning with Ease, Brian Jacobs, panOpen, Sholomo Levy, Northampton CC
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12:00 - 1:00LUNCH
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Concurrent Session 4: 1:05 - 1:55 50 minutes Next Steps for OER/ZTC Degrees Una Daly, Open Education Consortium, Ann Fiddler, CUNY, Michelle Beechey, SUNYGet on Your Feet and Up To Speed: Ways to Start-Up or Scale-Up an OER Initiative, CUNY CollegesMassachusetts: A Collaborative & Unique Approach to Building OER Policy & Practices, MA Department of Higher Education, Robert Awkward, Patricia Marshall, MA DHE, Stephanie Teixera, SAGStealing (Sorry, Borrowing) From One Another: An Ideas and Practices Exchange (Roundtable), Lance Eaton, Brandeis UOpen Education Advocacy, Nicole Allen, SPARCCopyright and CC Licensing Fundamentals – Filling the Gaps
Meredith Jacob, Creative Commons
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Concurrent Session 5: 2:05 - 2:30 25 minutesOpenStax OER 101, Anthony Palmiotto, Rice UniversityOER Curation and Coordination Across Campuses: How Librarians are taking a leading role in OER implementation, Melinda Boland, ISKME, Donna Maturi, Middlesex CCBuilding and Sustaining Discipline Collaboration: An Early Childhood Education’s Grassroots Example, Jennifer Paris, College of the Canyons, Amanda Taintor, Reedley CollegeIntroducing BULB: An Open Platform for Building Open Educational ResourcesCUNY and Zero Textbook Cost Designation: The Challenges of Indicating OER in a Course Catalog, Ann Fiddler, Andrew McKinneyChallenges and Impact of Implementing Waymaker OER in General Biology at two CUNY Colleges, William Carr

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2:30 - 2:45COFFEE & COOKIES with Exhibitors
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Concurrent Session 6: 2:50 - 3:15 25 minutes Faculty and Librarian Collaboration in Introducing Open Pedagogy into an Undergraduate Architecture Course, Robert Dermody, Lindsey Gumb, Roger Williams UYou've Completed Your First OER Initiative: Now What?, Bill Hemmig, Bucks County CCGive students a BOOST using OER and adaptive learning! Adam Rooke, Knewton Alta, Shawn Shields, Germanna CCDesigning Renewable Course Assignments, Stacy Katz, Jennifer Van Allen, Lehman CollegeChallenging the Open Pedagogue: Evaluating Modes of Exclusion using the Pedagogy of Precarity, Lindsey Carfagna, Stephen Phillips, Thomas Edison State U#Lead OER and Beyond: Reflections from SPARC Open Education Leadership Program, Jillian Maynard, U of Hartford, Anna Newman, WPI
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Concurrent Session 7: 3:25 - 3:50 25 minutesStudent Perspectives on Textbook Affordability and Advocacy, Kaitlyn Vitez, U.S. PIRGCreating a curriculum-aligned OER discovery tool: A twist on faculty mini-grant incentives, Tim Boto, Deborah Herman, Manchester CC (CT)Sustaining Accessible OER at Any Scale, Jeremy Anderson, American Women's College, BaypathGetting Organized for Action: Governance Structures of Statewide OER Projects, Steven Bell, Temple UniversityAsset-based Approaches to Digital Equity in the Open Classroom Danielle Leek, Monica Poole, Proshot Kalami, Bunker Hill CCGetting Faculty Buy-In for OER at Private Liberal Arts Colleges, Kathleen Bauer, Jason Jones, Trinity College, Jilian Maynard, U of Hartford, Ariela McCaffrey, CT CollegeOpening Up OERs: Collaborative Design of UDL-based Solutions for Diverse Learners, Bob Dolan, Jennifer Dee, CAST
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Concurrent Session 8: 4:00 - 4:25 25 minutesDigital Commonwealth - Massachusetts Collections Online, Matthew ArmoryDesigning in the Open: Using Instructional Design Principles to "Open" Course Assignments, Chris Odato, Irene McGarrity, Keene State CollegeGift Economies in the Gig Economy: Avoiding Unintentional Fallacies, Matthew Cheney, Plymouth State U
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Reception @ 4:30
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