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Wednesday, November 2 • 10:30am - 11:20am
The Village People: Creating Infrastructure for OER Degree

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In order to develop an infrastructure to support OER degrees at a large multi-college system, a number of roles have been identified to support the identification and provision of OER courses towards degrees. The roles include a mix of District-level personnel, college administrators, management, faculty, librarians, instructional designers, student services personnel and more.

This panel discussion will provide an opportunity for participants to learn about the roles, responsibilities, successes and lessons learned and how these roles have affected scaling of OER.

The panel will include several people in these roles who will also be able to share their reasons for joining the project and their experiences:

Alisa Cooper, Co-chair Maricopa Millions Project and English Faculty Glendale Community College
Tracey Haynie, Math Faculty, Scottsdale Community College
Hazel Davis, Library Faculty, Rio Salado College
George Gregg, Chemistry Faculty, Glendale Community Collee
Lisa Worthy, Psychology Faculty, Glendale Community College

Additionally, the members of the audience will be asked to share their models and roles for scaling their OER projects.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Young

Lisa Young

Faculty Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Scottsdale Community College
I serve Scottsdale Community College as the Instructional Design and Educational Technology faculty member. | | I am passionate about helping our students learn whether it be through excellent instructional design, the use of educational technology to resolve and mitigate instructional needs, and/or providing open educational resources to eliminate barriers to access and provide more relevant and useful learning materials


Wednesday November 2, 2016 10:30am - 11:20am
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