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Thursday, November 12
 

7:30pm EST

Education Without Borders View AnytimeLiubov Tupikina Bauer Global Perspectives in Open Ed: Opportunities for the Present and Future View AnytimeSpencer Ellis • Sandeep Patil Creating a CRT-enabled Open Pedagogy in Online Courses: An Example of a Renewable Assignment View AnytimeDorina Tila Integration of Student Perception Data with Multi-mode Learning Analytics for Continuous Improvement of Course Materials View AnytimeLawrence Davis Navigating Creating Upper-Level OER for Science Electives View AnytimeAdelaide Clark OER is Served: Framing OER as a Service to Stakeholders View AnytimeSara Tabaei • Georgia Westbrook Supplement Your Foreign Language Class with OER View AnytimeGemma Morawski • Ani Alcocer Does relationship building hold the key to the inclusion of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge in OERs? View AnytimeLauren Bourdages Driving Change in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights with Open Education View AnytimeEglė Janušonytė • Ieva Berankytė • Laura Lalucat • Fatima Rodriguez Learner Empowerment through Canada's 94 Calls to Action View AnytimeJessica O'Reilly Using Open Pedagogy to Support Inclusive, Student-Centered Open Educational Practice: Lessons From the Field View AnytimeWill Cross • Lindsey Gumb • Heather Miceli Boots on the Ground: Leveraging Practitioner Perspectives on Open Education in New England View AnytimeLindsey Gumb Cracking The Disciplines Open: How I’m Bringing Open into Political Science, and Why You Should Consider Cracking Your Field Open, Too View AnytimeShawna Brandle ICT Training to Unemployed Women View Anytimehubert senga Moving from OER for Students to OER with Students View AnytimeMelissa Randall Write Once, Publish Everywhere: Developing an Efficient Workflow for Multiplatform OER Publishing View AnytimeMatthew LeHew
 
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