Open Education: What is it, and What Does it Mean for Teaching? (Roundtable)

November 21, 2019 to November 22, 2019
Bullock Room (Dana Dining Hall)

The call for “open education” has become increasingly widespread in higher education. But what is open education? In what sense can education be “open?” What does the movement toward open education mean for teaching? Can open education serve as a valuable guide for pedagogy? What does it have to say about course design, content, assignments, and assessments? How does open education understand access and inclusion, and can it help us to make teaching more accessible and more inclusive? This roundtable discussion will examine these and other questions, working to build an understanding of open education and its pedagogical implications.

Thursday, November 21- 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Bullock Room (Dana Dining Hall)
Friday, November 22- 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Bullock Room (Dana Dining Hall)

Facilitator: Kevin Murray, Center for Teaching and Learning Postdoctoral Fellow

Registration Form: https://forms.gle/4KwbcPFf9KWbN1Nc7

It’s okay to arrive a bit late or leave early.

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