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Thursday, November 12 • 4:00pm - 5:25pm
Thursday Plenary: Dr. Jacquelyn Meshelemiah & Jessie Loyer

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This session will feature two keynote talks offering perspectives on open education and its intersection with social justice. Each talk will be 25 minutes, followed by questions and moderated discussion.

An Examination of How Open Educational Resources Fall Short of Being Equitable, Inclusive and Disruptive
Dr. Jacquelyn Meshelemiah

The goal of open educational resources should be to create educational environments where all learners have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. In this session, the presenter will discuss the importance of creating open educational resources that are truly accessible, inclusive, and disruptive. She will demonstrate:
  • How innovations around open educational resources may actually perpetuate inequity
  • How OER facilitators can disrupt traditional ways of educating learners

Open Education Can Support "Land Back"
Jessie Loyer

Right now, Indigenous people are asking questions about how we can live well together and take care of each other; Indigenous youth articulate a simple call to action: "land back." How can open education contribute to "Land Back" and other Indigenous sovereignty movements? As well as an introduction to this concept, we will consider how Open Education creates tools in response to these issues, and ask how these tools might avoid tech solutionism and instead, might be used as tools for justice and liberation.

Speakers
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Jessie Loyer

Librarian and Associate Professor, Mount Royal University
Jessie Loyer is Cree-Métis and a member of Michel First Nation. She's a librarian at Mount Royal University in Calgary, on Blackfoot and Treaty 7 territory. Her research looks at Indigenous perspectives on information literacy, supporting language revitalization, and building capacity... Read More →
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Jacquelyn Meshelemiah

Associate Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, The Ohio State University
Jacquelyn C.A. Meshelemiah is the Associate Vice Provost (AVP) for Diversity and Inclusion at The Ohio State University. She is also the Director of Leadership Initiatives for Women of Color in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and an Associate Professor in the College of Social... Read More →

Planners
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Jasmine Roberts

Lecturer/Teaching Professor, The Ohio State University
Jasmine Roberts is an educator, speaker, writer and strategic communication professional. She joined the School of Communication at The Ohio State University in 2012, where she teaches upper level undergraduate courses in the areas of communication campaigns and strategic communication... Read More →


Thursday November 12, 2020 4:00pm - 5:25pm EST
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  Plenary, Keynote