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Tuesday, November 10 • 5:00pm - 5:25pm
Evoking Curiosity for Curated, Collaborative, and Consumer-Created Content

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While Open Educational Resources (OERs) are adopted at rates comparable to traditional publishers in lower division courses, adoption lags behind in niche content areas and pre-professional courses of study. This session highlights efforts to review and increase the availability of OERs in pre-professional and professional training sequences across multiple US universities, with emphases on both curated and student-generated content.
Strategies presented during this session will include:
(1) The Behavior Analysis Matrix Project, curating and aligning limited available open access and open educational video resources with course competencies.
(2) The Task List Glossary Project, a project to crowd-source student generated examples of the professional principles across disciplines, cultural contexts, and learning histories
(3) The Open Behavior Artifacts Project, a project designed to support students as content creators in creating mixed format resources to describe and expand examples and reflect diverse student voices.
(4) The creation of Special Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis, an openly-licensed textbook created in partnership with graduate students through open enabled pedagogy, limiting the effort involved in creating a brand new resource while maximizing student learning.

These strategies, which employ inductive models for OER content creation, emphasize the intentionality of including experiences that represent the learning histories, cultures, and values of a wide variety of developing professionals. Applications of these strategies are discipline-universal, applicable across multiple subject areas.


Learning Outcomes:
Participants will be able to: describe examples of OER curation and student-generated creation, articulate the role of cultural context and anti-bias approaches, and consider ethical replication of similar strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Veronica Howard

Veronica Howard

Associate Professor, University of Alaska Anchorage
avatar for Rachel Potter

Rachel Potter

Director, Applied Behavior Analysis & Autism Studies, Mary Baldwin University
avatar for Maggie Pavone

Maggie Pavone

Assistant Professor of Behavior Analysis (ABAI OER SIG President), Lindenwood Univeristy & ABAI OER SIG



Tuesday November 10, 2020 5:00pm - 5:25pm EST
Concurrent 3
  Social Justice, Presentation