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Wednesday, November 11 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
They Made it Look Effortless: OER in Faculty Professional Development in a Pandemic

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In this lightning talk, viewers will hear several instructional designers at Boise State University discuss how a training session on OER was developed during the COVID-19 pandemic to assist faculty in quickly switching from in-person to remote instruction. Each speaker will present a different aspect of how the training session—which was part of a larger faculty development initiative at Boise State—was designed and implemented, including how OER was ‘organically’ curated for this session. Speakers will address licensing and usage, including attribution and other requirements as set forth by the author of the OER that was used. In addition, the speakers will discuss the application of OER as a modeling tool for appropriate usage for the faculty’s own courses. Speakers will also address innovative solutions to challenges that come up during delivery of the training session, and if those solutions resolve the issues. Finally, speakers will reflect on ideas for possible improvement to the OER training session.

Learning Outcomes: In this case study, learners will come away with an understanding of: How ‘organic’ OER curation played a role in faculty development. Application of OER in an online faculty workshop. Making OER work with constrained timelines and budget.

Speakers
avatar for Bob Casper

Bob Casper

Instructional Design Consultant, Boise State University Center for Teaching & Learning
Bob Casper has been at Boise State University, in Idaho's capital, for over a decade. He currently serves a unit of the University's Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) called Instructional Design and Educational Assessment (IDEA Shop) as an Instructional Design Consultant working... Read More →
avatar for Brian Martin

Brian Martin

Instructional Design Consultant, Boise State University
avatar for Allan Heaps

Allan Heaps

Senior Instructional Design Team Manager, Boise State University
I have been at Boise State for almost 15 years. I am an instructional designer and technologies with more than 30 years in higher education.
avatar for Gina Persichini

Gina Persichini

Instructional Design Consultant, Boise State University - eCampus Center
I am an instructional design consultant at Boise State University’s eCampus Center. I've been a librarian since 1995 and, after spending most of my career in training and development with libraries, I made the easy transition to instructional designer in 2018. I love to talk about... Read More →


Wednesday November 11, 2020 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
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  COVID-19, Lightning Talk