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Thursday, November 12 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Using Open Pedagogy to Support Inclusive, Student-Centered Open Educational Practice: Lessons From the Field

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Student agency, as embodied in values and practices such as learner-driven control of student work, critical understanding of and engagement with technology and privacy, and inclusive learning, is at the heart of open education and open educational practice (OEP). Unfortunately, many instructors feel unprepared to communicate these values and scaffold these skills in a way that their students can fully understand and engage with. As Open Education Fellows, we have been conducting research in order to help faculty and librarians partner to meet these needs and support broader discussion about student agency and equitable instruction.

This session presents the results of interviews with open pedagogy practitioners and their students. It also incorporates a content analysis of intellectual property policies at more than 100 institutions as a way of understanding how institutional policy does or does not support student agency in open licensing. Taken together, these findings offer an exciting set of approaches to open pedagogy that can be used by experienced practitioners to polish and update their course design and by new practitioners who need a blueprint to integrate agency and inclusivity from the beginning. Join us to get a better understanding of what we are doing well, what we can do better, and how the community can come together to build a blueprint for student agency that centers the values of open and offers concrete guidance for putting those values into practice.

Learning Outcomes: Discover best practices for supporting student agency based interviews with open pedagogy practitioners and their students

Get answers about who owns the teaching materials we often put an open license on, every day and during rapid shifts to online learning

Get a sneak preview of our upcoming work developing a Blueprint for Student Agency in Open Educational Practice

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Will Cross

Director, Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center, NC State University Libraries
I'm excited about the relationship between copyright, student agency, and open culture. Recently I've been focused on the Library Copyright Institute, the Open Pedagogy Incubator, the Scholarly Communication Notebook, and the Best Practices for Fair Use in Open Education... Read More →
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Lindsey Gumb

Scholarly Communications Librarian, Roger Williams University
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Heather Miceli

Adjunct Faculty, Roger Williams University
Interests: Open pedagogy in science courses, Adjunct support systems

Thursday November 12, 2020 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
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