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Friday, November 21 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
OER Remix Ology: A (gently) shaken, not stirred, curriculum and course design model

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It's easy to fall in love with the promise of open education. However, it's difficult to put the promise into an effective and scalable practice on a college or university campus. This session will discuss one model for facilitating OER course development on a college campus.

Motivated by a challenge to make higher education more affordable, Chadron State College (CSC) has remixed recipes drawn from others in the OER community, tossed additional ingredients into the mix, and developed approaches to curriculum and course design that encourage, as well as endorse, the use of open-education resources (OER). A librarian, an instructional designer, a faculty member, and a technical specialist will discuss CSC's history with OER and the evolution of a design process that reduces (and works toward eliminating) course textbook costs. Expect a convivial yet candid mix of remixers who will share with attendees some of their successes tempered by a few of their concerns.

The group invites spontaneity and may include attendee participation throughout much of the session. Potential topics of discussion may include faculty incentives, copyright issues, academic rigor, backward design, authorship and attribution, interoperability, undergraduate research, sustainable practice, ADA compliance, costs savings, permissions and licensing, course evaluation and revision.

Speakers
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Christine Fullerton

Librarian, Chadron State College
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Elizabeth Ledbetter

Teaching and Learning Center, Chadron State College
I work to facilitate teaching for learning in my role as Instructional Technology and Design Specialist at Chadron State College in Chadron, Nebraska. I coordinate course development for online programs that seek to eliminate course material costs through the use of OER and no-cost materials.
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Jesse Sealey

Assistant Professor of Education, Chadron State College
I am currently in my fourth year as an assistant professor of education at Chadron State College in Chadron, Nebraska. I teach undergraduate methods courses in math, science, and reading as well as assessment and curriculum courses. I also teach graduate courses in our curriculum and instruction and education administration. My background includes four years of teaching third and fourth grade language arts and math and preschool and five years as... Read More →
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Bryant Serres

Specialist, Information Technology, Chadron State College


Friday November 21, 2014 11:30am - 12:00pm
Crystal Ballroom

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