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Monday, November 9 • 4:00pm - 4:25pm
Iterating Stewardship in Open Education: A Discussion with Regional Leaders in Open Education

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Regional Leaders in Open Education (RLOE) was launched in 2019 by CCCOER members to explore and articulate issues for Open Education as an emerging profession. Focal areas are professionalism, policy and strategy, sustainability, and stewardship.

Join the RLOE workgroup on stewardship for a lively discussion of key topics that will inform a respectful iteration of the CARE Framework of 2018.

We are not interested in policing the actions of others. Rather, we aim to articulate evolving ideals for good OER stewardship, recognizing that many perspectives and motives make for a healthy field. We approach this discussion with gratitude to the authors of the CARE Framework.

Propositions and questions to be discussed by participants include:

1.Recognizing that labor arrangements sometimes place an inequitable burden on contingent faculty and support staff, how do stewards support and seek appropriate compensation and recognition for creators and collaborators?
2.Recognizing that OER is sometimes embedded in the power structures of those who have traditionally produced and distributed commercialized knowledge, how do stewards encourage contributions by and support for voices of learners who have not been included in commercialized knowledge?
3.Recognizing that openly licensed materials may be re-used in ways that can harm learners, how can stewards consider users’ privacy, and consider the data and surveillance practices of platforms that host OER?
4.Recognizing that learners sometimes are not able to exercise agency with respect to their artifacts and data, how do stewards promote learners’ rights to exercise informed consent around their artifacts and data?

Learning Outcomes:
Participants will:
•Identify emerging concerns around stewardship in Open Education.
•Articulate emerging approaches to enacting good stewardship in Open Education.
•Provide input on the next steps for this iteration of a statement of good stewardship.

Speakers
avatar for James Glapa-Grossklag

James Glapa-Grossklag

Dean, College of the Canyons
James Glapa-Grossklag is the Dean of Educational Technology, Learning Resources, and Distance Learning at College of the Canyons (California, USA). He directs the statewide CCC DECT grant and also co-coordinates Technical Assistance for the CCC Zero Textbook Cost grant program. James... Read More →
avatar for Nathan Smith

Nathan Smith

Professor and OER Coordinator, Houston Community College
avatar for Judith Sebesta

Judith Sebesta

Executive Director, Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas
avatar for Andrew McKinney

Andrew McKinney

OER Coordinator, CUNY


Monday November 9, 2020 4:00pm - 4:25pm EST
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