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Tuesday, November 10 • 6:00pm - 6:25pm
Hit a Wall? Practical Pathways When You Can’t Find the OER You Need

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While the pandemic has brought about an increase in interest in OER textbooks, many faculty will initially hit a dead-end when looking for a replacement textbook. What best practices can librarians and instructional designers draw on to turn what could be a dead-end search into future OER win? While the pandemic has brought about an increase in interest in OER textbooks, many faculty will initially hit a dead-end when looking for a replacement textbook. As Open Education matures, the conversations that we have with faculty can drive larger curricular and infrastructural changes needed to support broader adoption of OER in higher education. This session is designed for those with introductory knowledge of OER and are interested in the best practices on collaborating with faculty and with taking their campus OER efforts to the next level. Listen and pose questions to a panel of OER advocates that have a combined 40+ years of experience with OER “dead-end” searches and solutions. Strategies they will discuss will include approaches to advocating for faculty publishing, faculty community support, non-textbook OER options, campus advocacy efforts, and more.

Learning Outcomes:
Participants will be able to 1) Describe, adapt and adopt strategies for converting OER search fails into successes 2) Support publishing OER efforts on their campus 3) Reimagine instructional design to incorporate non-traditional OER and 4) Brainstorm ways to effectively connect faculty with a network of support

Speakers
avatar for Lesley Farmer

Lesley Farmer

Professor, California State University
Dr. Farmer, CSU Long Beach Professor, coordinates its Teacher Librarianship program, and manages CSU's ICT Literacy Project. She chairs CSLA's CSI and the Research Committee. She has over 30 published books, 100s of articles and book chapters.
avatar for Cyril Oberlander

Cyril Oberlander

Library Dean, Humboldt State University Library
Humboldt State University Press http://digitalcommons.humboldt.edu/
avatar for Bryan D. Berrett

Bryan D. Berrett

Director, Center for Faculty Excellence, Fresno State
Bryan Berrett has been a Deaf Studies faculty member since 1997 and currently is the Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence at Fresno State. The center provides faculty support with a team of instructional designers, faculty-driven learning communities, accessibility support... Read More →
avatar for Cristina Springfield

Cristina Springfield

OER Librarian, California State University, Dominguez HIlls
My passions include connecting people with information, issues surrounding digital privacy, the continual evolution of library services to support students, and open educational resources.



Tuesday November 10, 2020 6:00pm - 6:25pm EST
Concurrent 3
  Open Education 101, Presentation