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Thursday, November 12 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Moving from OER for Students to OER with Students

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This session shares information about open pedagogy practices to expand OER to involve students in the process of adopting, curating, critiquing, and creating OER resources. Ms. Randall will share her experience using open pedagogy with her undergraduate students, including: writing a business law textbook, creating a Constitutional Law manual for criminal justice students to use when interacting with members of the public, and materials for paralegal students to use when preparing for professional exams and during practice.

Open pedagogy is a vehicle for deeper, more authentic learning of core subject materials. With intentionality and transparency, open pedagogy has the ability to allow students and instructors to collaborate on meaningful work that involves all stakeholders, including those who are traditionally underrepresented and underserved. By offering a seat at the table, students have ownership of the material and have a voice in creating more inclusive resources that are representative of the global village.

Open pedagogy develops the “soft skills” that successful people must develop and employers seek. It fosters true teamwork, requires quality analytical and communication skills, and is a model for project-based assignments in a professional setting.

Learning Outcomes: *Identify open pedagogy practices to create OER with students
*Learn about examples of open pedagogy with undergraduate students
*Analyze open pedagogy best practices and common concerns
*Understand common attribution and accessibility issues

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Melissa Randall

Instructor, Community College of Denver
Melissa Randall teaches law classes at the Community College of Denver in the business, criminal justice and paralegal programs. After years of collaborating with her students, Ms. Randall published an OER business law textbook with her students in May 2020. She also serves on the... Read More →

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