Webinar: Running an OER Program on a Shoestring Budget with Emily Ragan and Christina Trunnell

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How can we keep our OER initiatives moving forward in a time of tight budgets and financial constraints? This webinar will explore concrete actions we can take, regardless of funding level, to raise faculty awareness of OER, support faculty in their exploration of open resources and pedagogy, and build a larger coalition of support for institutional OER efforts while maintaining our individual bandwidth and motivation. Join us for a lively discussion about advocacy, encouragement, and sustaining this important work for student success. Emily Ragan is an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as OER Coordinator at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she leads the institutional OER initiative as well as faculty trainings and learning communities centered on OER. Christina Trunnell is the OER coordinator for the state of Montana, serving the public, private and tribal colleges of the state through education, instructional and pedagogical design, outreach, and support of each institution’s unique OER efforts. This webinar takes place from 1:00 – 2:00 pm Pacific time, March 2, 2021. The session will be recorded and captioned to share later.

Open Oregon Educational Resources

United States, Albany, OR

Contributed by: Stephanie Hubbard

Language: English

Date and Time: Mar 02, 2021 21:00
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