Thanks to everyone who joined our Leveraging OER During COVID-19: Helping students, faculty and institutions navigate the potential challenges and burdens imposed by traditional learning resources in a global pandemic webinar on Monday, June 22, 2020.
NEBHE plans to offer additional webinars in the future. Is there a topic you would like to recommend? If so, please let us know.
Here is a video of the complete webinar:
Click here to view the presentation and Q&A’s featuring insights from the webinar’s panelists:
Robin DeRosa is the director of the Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative at Plymouth State University, where she was originally an English professor, and later chair of the Interdisciplinary Studies program. She is a national advocate for public higher education and works with colleges and universities on designing institutional initiatives and structures centered on learners and their needs.
Curt Newton joined the recently launched MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) in 2004, after a two-decade career in optical network and Internet router product development. As director of the program, he leads the team working with MIT faculty to keep OCW growing and evolving, and sets the strategic direction for its next 20 years.
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.