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Presentation Type

60-minute Presentation/Panel

Description

This session will describe the Equity and Open Education Faculty Cohort professional development course, originally designed by Jen Klaudinyi at Portland Community College, and scaled statewide in collaboration with Open Oregon Educational Resources. A new version of the course aimed at participants in support roles, such as librarians, instructional designers, accessibility services, will launch in Spring 22. The central insight of the course is that faculty often assume that their course is more equitable when they adopt affordable materials, but an open license does not ensure an equity lens, including universal design, cultural relevance, and diverse perspectives.

Learning Outcomes

Attendees will consider the intersection of open education and EDI.

Attendees will be aware of professional development opportunities for faculty and support roles in Oregon.

Attendees will access openly licensed materials that can be adopted/adapted at their own institution.

Rights

© 2022 Jen Klaudinyi and Amy Hofer.

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

Twitter Handle(s)

@open_oregon, @jenklaud

Start Date

25-3-2022 10:00 AM

End Date

25-3-2022 12:20 PM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/37297

Subjects

Open Educational Resources, Open access publishing, Scholarly publishing, Social justice

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Mar 25th, 10:00 AM Mar 25th, 12:20 PM

Equity and Open Education Cohort Model for Faculty and Teaching and Learning Support

This session will describe the Equity and Open Education Faculty Cohort professional development course, originally designed by Jen Klaudinyi at Portland Community College, and scaled statewide in collaboration with Open Oregon Educational Resources. A new version of the course aimed at participants in support roles, such as librarians, instructional designers, accessibility services, will launch in Spring 22. The central insight of the course is that faculty often assume that their course is more equitable when they adopt affordable materials, but an open license does not ensure an equity lens, including universal design, cultural relevance, and diverse perspectives.