Supporting OER: Calling all Instructional Designers and Technologists
Friday, March 09, 2018
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET
As the open educational resources (OER) movement matures, questions continue to emerge about how to best support and sustain the use of OER at scale. Instructors and librarians maintain valuable partnerships for managing OER adoption but may need additional assistance when it comes to ensuring ongoing use and (re)development of resources. Instructional designers and technologists, in particular, have the skills, resources, and experience necessary to shepherd sustainable simple OER adoptions into long-term learning innovations. In this webinar in our On the Open Road series, participants will learn how those who support the design, implementation, and technology of teaching and learning on campuses might further expand the potential of OER in higher education.
|Jonathan Lashley serves as Senior Instructional Technologist at Boise State University, where he also teaches for the First-Year Writing Program. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Learning Sciences at Clemson University and his dissertation research focuses on the role that instructor values and training play in decisions about open textbook adoption. Named one of the first OER Research Fellows for the Open Education Group, Jonathan was recently awarded a Designing with OER (DOER) Fellowship for his work as an instructional designer.
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