Open Pedagogy with Faculty & StudentsOpen Pedagogy is a collection of open practices in the classroom made possible by replacing commercial textbooks with open educational resources. These emerging practices enabled by open content licensing (and an open mindset) involve students in making decisions about their own learning experiences and contributing directly to global knowledge to impact not only other students but generate renewable value outside of the classroom. 

Join us to hear about the learning benefits from faculty and students who have participated in open pedagogy projects that were enabled through the adoption of open education resources and open practices. Learn how students working with instructional designers and librarians have begun to help faculty adopt, create and implement open content across their campus.

When: Wednesday, April 8th, 2020 12 pm PDT/3 pm EDT

Featured Speakers:

  • David Dwork, Mathematics Faculty, Paradise Valley Community College
  • Jessica Parsons, Open Educational Resource (OER) Specialist, Paradise Valley Community College
  • Zev Cossin, Adjunct Professor of Anthropology, Montgomery College
  • Eduardo Chaves Serrano, student, Zero Hunger Assignment, Montgomery College
  • Karen Cangialosi, PhD, Professor of Biology, Keene State College


  • Matthew Bloom, English Faculty, Faculty-in-Residence OER Coordinator, Scottsdale Community College/Maricopa Community Colleges


Please use the following link to register for the webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join us on April 8th.

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 Featured Image: photo is Open Education Global Conference 2019 by Matteo Bergamini, CC 0 from Flickr,
modified by Liz Yata