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Gateway Library Events: 2021 Open Education Week

2021 Open Education Week (March 1 - 5) - Webinars & Open Discussion


Monday
March 1


11am
Pacific
Time

openoregon.org Open Education as a Tool for Equity & Inclusion 
Open Ed Week Keynote Address at Portland State University
Jasmine Roberts is a renowned Open Education leader and professor of communications at The Ohio State University. She advocates for education ecosystems that are accessible, affordable, equitable, and inclusive to everyone regardless of their background. (Registration here)


Tuesday
March 2


12pm
Eastern
Time

Kennesaw State introduces new logoShare and Share Alike: A Guide to Creative Commons Licenses
Librarian Nikki Cannon-Rech invited from Georgia Southern University will explain the intricacies of Creative Commons Licenses and how they connect to the 5 Rs of OER. (Registration here)

 

Wednesday
March 3

 

12pm
Central
Time

Webinar logoIntroducing Intellectual Property, a free resource from OpenStax 

In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of intellectual property to business education and ideas for integrating intellectual property content and lectures into any business course. Looking closely at OpenStax’s new resource, which can be modified to meet any instructor's needs and is free for all students, the webinar hosts will discuss implementing Intellectual Property into a course plan. (Registration here)

 

Thursday
March 4

 

2pm 
Eastern
Time

OER and Social Justice Montgomery College — Montgomery County, Maryland Shinta Hernandez is the Department Chair of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice at Montgomery College in Montgomery County, Maryland. During her 14 years at the College, she has helped to advance work in the areas of open educational resources and open pedagogy, social justice and equity, inclusive curriculum, faculty professional development, international collaborations, and online education. (Registration here)


Friday
March 5


10am
Eastern
Time

 
Open Discussion - Meet with Gateway librarians to learn more about using open educational resources for classes!  (Click on WebEx link to join the discussion)

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