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Monday, November 9
 

11:30am EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no scheduled programming during this time.

If you choose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Student Focused:
Integration of Student Perception Data with Multi-mode Learning Analytics for Continuous Improvement of Course Materials
Sustainable Textbooks through Curation of Student Work



Monday November 9, 2020 11:30am - 11:55am EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

1:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Creation:
Creating an OER: 101
Creating Open Resources: An Example

Monday November 9, 2020 1:30pm - 1:55pm EST
Break
  Community Connections, Break

3:30pm EST

Tea Time
Whew! We've made it through the first six hours of programming. Time to take a break and reflect on all you've learned so far. If you're ready for more action, join Mad Tea with Maha Bali. If you'd like to relax, take in some of the some of the asynchronous sessions below.

Language Focused:
Campus Innovation, System Support, and External Partners: Building a Sustainable Spanish Project
French-Language OER in Quebec: Challenges and Opportunities

Monday November 9, 2020 3:30pm - 3:55pm EST
Break
  Community Connections, Break

5:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no scheduled programming during this time.

If you choose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Talk Politics?
​​Cracking the Disciplines Open: How I'm Bringing Open Into Political Science, and Why You Should Consider Cracking Your Field Open, Too​​​​​​
Attenuated Democracy: A New OER Textbook for U.S. Government Courses​​​

Monday November 9, 2020 5:30pm - 5:55pm EST
Break
  Community Connections, Break
 
Tuesday, November 10
 

11:30am EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no official programming during this time.

During this break, you can choose to take your tea time with Maha Bali and Mia Zamora to continue the conversation from their keynote talk.

Alternatively, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. After tuning in to these short presentations, free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Collaboration:
Our Powers Combined: An Open Ed Collaboration Between a Librarian and a Professor
Unlikely Partners: Harnessing Student Enthusiasm to Create an OER Grant
Collaborative Creation Between Librarians and English Faculty: Communication and Planning OER Textbooks

Tuesday November 10, 2020 11:30am - 11:55am EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

1:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no official programming during this time.

During this break, you can choose to participate in VConnecting at tea time with Maha Bali, Mia Zamora and Terry Greene.

Alternatively, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. After tuning in to these short presentations, free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Everything COVID:
Striving for Affordability and access: Reimagining Undergraduate Courses in Times of COVID-19
Pushing Open During and Unprecedented Pandemic
They Made it Look Effortless: OER in Faculty Professional Development in a Pandemic

Tuesday November 10, 2020 1:30pm - 1:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

3:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no scheduled programming during this time.

If you choose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Looking Toward the Future:
Global Perspectives in Open Ed: Opportunities for the Present and Future​​​
Open at the Edges, or the Edges of Open​​​
Journeys through OER Past,Present, and Future Adventures and Understandings​​​

Tuesday November 10, 2020 3:30pm - 3:55pm EST
Break
  Community Connections, Break

5:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no official programming during this time.

During this break, you can choose to participate in Tuesday Tea Time Trivia! Test your knowledge and have a chance at winning prizes from the #OpenEd20 store.

Alternatively, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. After tuning in to these short presentations, free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Social Justice:
Transforming the Lesson
Learner Empowerment through Canada's 94 Calls to Action
Classroom Culture: Fostering Inclusivity in the Digital World of ESL

Tuesday November 10, 2020 5:30pm - 5:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break
 
Wednesday, November 11
 

11:30am EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions.

This tea time we'll have an open Zoom room you can join to chat with other attendees about what sessions you're attending or anything else you'd like! Just click the Video Stream link to join.

If you'd like something quick to watch, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Student Focused:
Integration of Student Perception Data with Multi-mode Learning Analytics for Continuous Improvement of Course Materials
Sustainable Textbooks through Curation of Student Work

Wednesday November 11, 2020 11:30am - 11:55am EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

1:30pm EST

Tea Time

"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no official programming during this time.

During this break, you can choose to take your tea time with VConnecting. Guests include Karen Cangialosi, Tanya Elias, Ariana Santiago, and Cynthia Orozco.

Alternatively, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. After tuning in to these short presentations, free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

All About the Humanities:
Teaching Lysistrata in an Age of Protest
Student-created Open Educational Resources in a First-year Writing Context

Wednesday November 11, 2020 1:30pm - 1:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

3:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no scheduled programming during this time.

Click the Video Stream button above to join an informal follow-up conversation from this afternoon's plenary session.

If you choose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Faculty Focused:
Faculty Cohort Program: Semester-Long Learning Community on OER​​​
Libraries and Centers for Teaching and Learning: A Match Made in OER Heaven​​​
KQED Media Academy: Designing Open PD that is Truly Open to All Educators​​​

Wednesday November 11, 2020 3:30pm - 3:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

5:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. There is no scheduled programming during this time.

If you choose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Luck of the Draw:
Write Once, Publish Everywhere: Developing an Efficient Workflow for Multiplatform OER Publishing
Boots on the Ground: Leveraging Practitioners Perspectives on Open Education in New England
Education Without Borders

Wednesday November 11, 2020 5:30pm - 5:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break
 
Thursday, November 12
 

11:30am EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Open Pedagogy:
Using Open Pedagogy to Support Inclusive, Student-Centered Open Educational Practices: Lessons from the Field​​​
Open-Source Digital Tools in Open Pedagogy projects at B and Y Colleges, CUNY​​​
Open Pedagogy, or How to Save the Open Educational Resource Movement​​​

Thursday November 12, 2020 11:30am - 11:55am EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

1:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

State-Wide:
Sharing OER Adoptions Statewide: Open Oregon Resources and Z-Degree Applications
Bigger is Better: Collaboration and Codification of OER in Colorado

Thursday November 12, 2020 1:30pm - 1:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

3:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Student Focused 2:
Moving from OER for Students to OER with Students
Peer-Assisted Learning Through Open Research Education: A Medical Student's Perspective

Thursday November 12, 2020 3:30pm - 3:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

5:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Science Anyone?:
High Quality Figures for an OER Course in Chemistry on Libretexts
Navigating Creating Upper Level OER for Science Electives​​​
Use of Digital Reusable Assignments to Supplement and Support OER Adoption and Increase Student Engagement in a Human Physiology Course​​​

Thursday November 12, 2020 5:30pm - 5:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break
 
Friday, November 13
 

11:30am EST

Spiral Journal at Tea Time
Bring paper and pen/pencil along with your tea/coffee. We will do a "Spiral Journal" in this Tea Time session. This activity promotes focus and reflection while allowing individuals to compose responses thoughtfully and calmly in writing. This can help generate and gather large amounts of data quickly and can amplify or punctuate large group interactions.

Student Success:
Comparative Analysis of an Open Education Resource Textbook and Commercial Textbook on Student Outcomes in an Online Nursing Course
The Use of Open Educational Resources and the Effect on Student Success
An Examination of the Impact of Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Project on Instruction, Learning, and Student Achievement

Speakers
avatar for Maha Bali

Maha Bali

Associate professor of practice, American University in Cairo
Maha Bali is Associate Professor of Practice at the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo. She has a PhD in Education from the University of Sheffield, UK. She is co-founder of virtuallyconnecting.org (a grassroots movement that challenges academic gatekeeping... Read More →
avatar for Mia Zamora

Mia Zamora

Associate Professor, School of English Studies, Kean University
Writer. Educator. Connector. Maker.Associate Professor of English, Director of MA in Writing Studies & Kean University Writing Project; DML blogger.

Planners
avatar for Regina Gong

Regina Gong

OER & Student Success Librarian, Michigan State University
I'm the Open Educational Resources (OER) & Student Success Librarian at Michigan State University (MSU). I've had extensive experience leading an OER program from the ground up at a community college where I used to work, and now at a land-grant, research university. You can ask me... Read More →


Friday November 13, 2020 11:30am - 11:55am EST
Concurrent 1
  Community Connections, Break

1:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Let's Talk About Feelings:
Empathy is the New Design for OER Development
Learning about Health Equity through Platicas as Introspective Healing
Does Relationship Building Hold the Key to the Traditional Knowledge in OERs? 

Friday November 13, 2020 1:30pm - 1:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break

3:30pm EST

Tea Time
"Tea time" is a break in scheduled programming when attendees can rest, practice self-care, or dive into networking or asynchronous sessions. If you chose, here is a set of themed lightning talks to consider. So, grab a favorite beverage and tune in to these short presentations. Feel free to take the conversation to Discord and share your thoughts with others.

Friday Surprise:
The 5Rs+2, the Rights of Learners to Read and Reach OER
How To Get Support For OER From Campus Leaders
Applying OE to Faculty Support & Program Management: The Instructor's Workbook​​​

Friday November 13, 2020 3:30pm - 3:55pm EST
All Together
  Community Connections, Break
 
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