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Friday, November 13 • 3:30pm - 3:30pm
Bigger is Better: Collaboration and Codification of OER in Colorado

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Colorado’s aim in sharing its progress with its statewide OER initiative’s success is two-fold - to benefit states looking for an example of scaled OER collaboration and codification and to initiate an information exchange among states already engaging in statewide efforts.
The multitude of experiences with OER are made visible and amplified when working groups that extend across institution types, demographics, and geographic locations statewide. This video invites other states to create similar OERs to this one in order to exchange processes, policies, and wins to generate a constructive national dialogue.

Learning Outcomes: After watching the video, viewers will:
1) Understand how Colorado has developed and implemented a state-wide OER program.
2) Articulate partnerships over partisanship, Colorado’s cross-institutional collaborative approach.
3) Assess the importance of codification, getting OER on the books (institutionally, consortially, legislatively) and how these measures can benefit your own state.

Speakers
avatar for Margaret (Meg) Brown-Sica

Margaret (Meg) Brown-Sica

Assist. Dean for Collections and Scholarly Comm, Colorado State University/Fort Collins
OER, International Issues regarding OER, books, anything.
avatar for Dustin Fife

Dustin Fife

Director of Library Services and Online Education, Western Colorado University
avatar for Spencer Ellis

Spencer Ellis

Director of Educational Innovation, Colorado Department of Higher Education
avatar for Jaimie Henthorn

Jaimie Henthorn

Director of Academic Innovation Programs, University of Colorado System
Jaimie provides leadership and support for innovative and future-thinking academic initiatives and emerging tools such as adaptive learning platforms, competency-based credentialing including badging, artificial intelligence, and augmented/virtual reality. She also sustains and further... Read More →


Friday November 13, 2020 3:30pm - 3:30pm EST
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