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Where is the ‘Justice’ in Open Education?
April 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Thanks to everyone who joined our Where is the ‘Justice’ in Open Education? webinar on Monday, April 26, 2021.
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In a third and final webinar in its series on exploring aspects of Open Pedagogy, the New England Board of Higher Education is honored to welcome Jasmine Roberts as she leads us in a discussion on the importance of centering social justice in this work.
Open education frameworks address high-cost course materials, but with an increase in the adoption of open educational materials, conversations about inclusive teaching, social justice, and anti-racism pedagogical practices need to be at the center of open practices. Roberts’ talk will address the urgency of adopting social justice practices in open education and strategies on how to do this.
This webinar is intended for faculty, librarians, and anyone interested in seeing real examples of what Open Pedagogy looks like in practice and advice for getting started on your campus.
Here is a video of the complete webinar:
|Click here to view the presentation featuring insights from the webinar’s panelists.
Click here to view the Q&A, resources and contact information.
- Jasmine Roberts is a lecturer in the School of Communication at the Ohio State University, where she teaches in the areas of public relations writing, digital activism and campaign strategy. Her advocacy work centers on the experiences of people of color, women and queer communities. Along with her communication expertise, Roberts is also a renowned open education leader. She has delivered numerous keynote presentations across the country on the topics of inclusion in open education. She is the author of the highly-rated, openly-licensed book Writing for Strategic Communication Industries.
- Lindsey Gumb is the New England Board of Higher Education’s Open Education Fellow and also an assistant professor and scholarly communications librarian at Roger Williams University. She co-chairs the Rhode Island state steering committee for Governor Raimondo’s Open Textbook Initiative and researches the intersections of open education and information literacy in higher education.