Benefits and Challenges to Multi-Institutional Collaboration

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Coming together for Open Education

This week of collaboration and innovation goes beyond institutional boundaries, bringing together educational developers, librarians, instructional designers, students and other open education advocates to discuss the most current trends, issues and initiatives. Through a suite of workshops, panels and presentations, explore topics from across the open landscape such as renewable assessment, inter-institution projects and universal design for learning. 

With rewarding sessions for any level of experience, all are welcome join us to celebrate the transformative power of open education. 


Today: Benefits and Challenges to Multi-Institutional Collaboration

  • Kim Carter, OER Consultant, Conestoga College
  • Dr. Connie Stevens, Program Coordinator and Professor,  Sheridan College
  • Marie Rutherford, Faculty Onboarding and Development,  Georgian College
  • Jackie MacDonald, Professor, Conestoga College
  • Samantha Sullivan, Faculty Developer and Science Faculty, Georgian College
  • Dr. Kiranjot Kaur, Professor, Conestoga College
  • Iulia Kau, Professor, Fanshawe College
  • Shauna Roch, Project Lead, OER Design Studio, Fanshawe College 

Have you ever considered developing open educational resources (OER) with colleagues across institutions? A panelist of faculty who have published OER collaboratively will share with you their experiences and answer your questions. 


Ontario Colleges Open Education Working Group (COEWG)

Canada, Ontario

Contributed by: Kimberlee Carter

Language: English

Date and Time: Mar 07, 2023 16:00
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