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Presenter Biography

Elizabeth B. Pearce is the Department Chair, Education/Child and Family Studies at LBCC and has authored the open pedagogy textbook Contemporary Families. Michaela Willi Hooper is the OER & Textbook Affordability Librarian and collaborated on this project. [Other open pedagogy faculty may join us.]

Start Date

14-5-2021 9:00 AM

Description

This presentation will consist of a video and links to examples of how faculty at LBCC are leveraging open pedagogy to engage, assess, and empower students. LBCC faculty have worked with students to create more culturally responsive textbooks, showcase capstone works in essay anthologies, and improve open knowledge projects like Wikipedia and iFixit. We will share our ups and downs as we practiced open pedagogy alongside our students. In the process, faculty, students, and librarians engaged in important conversations about equity, privilege, authority, research, copyright, privacy, and universal design.

Pearce _ Willi Hooper Further Reading 2021 OER Symposium.pdf (57 kB)
Further Reading (PDF with links)

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May 14th, 9:00 AM

Open Pedagogy: Why Student Voices Matter

This presentation will consist of a video and links to examples of how faculty at LBCC are leveraging open pedagogy to engage, assess, and empower students. LBCC faculty have worked with students to create more culturally responsive textbooks, showcase capstone works in essay anthologies, and improve open knowledge projects like Wikipedia and iFixit. We will share our ups and downs as we practiced open pedagogy alongside our students. In the process, faculty, students, and librarians engaged in important conversations about equity, privilege, authority, research, copyright, privacy, and universal design.