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Wednesday, November 11 • 1:00pm - 1:25pm
OER Sustainability through Capacity Building, Equity & Research: Updates from the DOERS3 Initiative

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Since its formation in 2017, the DOERS3 Initiative (Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success) has grown to include 23 member organizations that represent over 650 higher education institutions serving over 6 million students. This collaborative has focused on three main areas of OER sustainability as a means for student success: Capacity Building, Equity, and Research.

This panel is made up of three experienced DOERS3 leaders who will share updates and insights gained by their work within the focal areas of Capacity Building, Equity, and Research.

Topics to be covered are:
•The role of campus stores in listing and fulfilling OER
•The recognition of OER activities in the Tenure & Promotion process
•The role OER play in advancing equity
•The study of the impact OER has on student learning outcomes
•The navigation of the complex learning materials market

This session will start with a presentation on the exciting work of the DOERS3 Collaborative, include an interactive discussion between panelists on the learnings to date through the collaboration, and then move to audience Q&A so participants can engage with the presenters and raise pressing questions.

Learning Outcomes:
Attendees will learn about how this collaborative of systemwide, statewide, and provincewide OER initiatives is addressing topics such as how bookstore providers can improve OER listing and print fulfillment, recognition of OER activities in the tenure and promotion process, what role OER play in advancing equity, and creating a data archive to study the impact of OER on student learning outcomes.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Corcoran

Kevin Corcoran

Executive Director, Digital Learning, Connecticut State Colleges & Universities
avatar for Andrew McKinney

Andrew McKinney

OER Coordinator, CUNY
avatar for James Hallmark

James Hallmark

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, The Texas A&M University System
James Hallmark currently serves as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the Texas A&M University System. In this position, Hallmark oversees all matters involving faculty, curriculum, student affairs, student success, enrollment management/admissions, and special projects for... Read More →
avatar for Clarenda Phillips

Clarenda Phillips

Provost and Vice President, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi


Wednesday November 11, 2020 1:00pm - 1:25pm EST
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