The ULC Team’s OER Standing Group presents a three-part series of panel discussions on Open Educational Resources (OER). Expand your knowledge of OER practices by learning from national and regional colleagues.
Leveraging Library Consortia for OER Advocacy and Innovation
Alison Bradley, PALCI (Slides)
Emily Frank, LOUIS (Slides)
Stephanie Westcott, VIVA (Slides)
Description: Consortium staff discuss how they advance OER efforts for their members. Learn about high-impact OER consortial programming, become familiar with different consortial staffing/funding/resource allocation models associated with OER, and increase awareness of the role consortia play to enhance local OER efforts.
State OER Programs
Boyoung Chae, Open Washington (Slides)
Amy Hofer, Open Oregon (Slides)
Jonathan Lashley, Idaho State Board of Education (Slides)
Description: Join us for a panel discussion with representatives from three state OER networks. Become familiar with support and resources these organizations offer, and explore ways the Alliance might coordinate with them to fill programming and resource gaps for members.
Alliance Member OER Programs
Talea Anderson, WSU (Slides)
Sue Kunda, WOU (Slides)
Zach Welhouse, OSU (Slides)
Jen Klaudinyi, PCC (Slides)
Rayne Vieger, UO (Slides)
Xan Arch, University of Portland (Slides)
Description: Hear from six Alliance members about what”s worked at their institutions to promote and implement OER initiatives. Speakers represent public and private institutions of various sizes. The session will begin with short synopses of our earlier panels for those that missed one or both. There will be time for a moderated discussion, and then Q&A.