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Thursday, November 12 • 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Supporting OER Development at the Campus Level

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In this workshop, Inver Hills Community College faculty and staff will discuss a unique, grant-funded program for faculty support toward the development of an associates of arts z-degree. Presenters will discuss their approach to gathering information about faculty use of OER across courses and programs, and assessing their institution’s readiness to make the college’s most popular degree conform to Minnesota State’s Z-degree definition. Participants will engage in guided exercises throughout the workshop as they evaluate their own college’s readiness to engage and support faculty in the authorship of new OER.

Faculty presenters in this session will share their experience in the authorship of OER, from motivating factors to finding materials, to using the newly created OER within their courses this fall semester.

Presenters will utilize Microsoft tools (Forms) and breakout rooms to help participants consider barriers and resources to implementation of like programs at their own institutions. Materials created in support of IHCC’s faculty OER authors will be showcased by the college’s OER Champion, and will be made available for use by session participants on their own campuses after the workshop.


Learning Outcomes:
•Learn how one college is building faculty support for OER development and implementation.
•Get faculty perspective on OER authorship.
•Be given a model for leading faculty OER workshops on their own.
•Consider their own institution’s programs and evaluate opportunities for OER development and use.

Speakers
avatar for Martin Springborg

Martin Springborg

Director of Teaching and Learning, Inver Hills Community College
avatar for Katie Nelson

Katie Nelson

Faculty, Inver Hills Community College


Thursday November 12, 2020 2:00pm - 2:25pm EST
Concurrent 5
  Strategies, Presentation