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Tuesday, October 19 • 12:00pm - 12:25pm
Open Pedagogy Project Management: A Roadmap for Inclusive, Collaborative, & Sustainable Projects

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Open pedagogy can be an exciting way to reinvent the learning experience; however, making the shift can seem daunting at first. In this session we will discuss a resource that we developed to help faculty plan and sustain successful open pedagogy projects. The Open Pedagogy Project Roadmap is an openly licensed, step-by-step, module-based, discipline-agnostic project management guide for instructors to think through the process of scoping, implementing, sustaining, and sharing their own open pedagogy projects regardless of its size or scope. The four modules of The Roadmap guide faculty through the 5 Ss of open pedagogy projects: Scope, Support, Students, Sharing, and Sustaining.

Developed by two academic librarians, the Roadmap walks instructors through a process of identifying core elements of their project in order to create a customized, sustainable, and actionable implementation plan, work that is critical to success but is often set aside in the interest of time. The Roadmap asks instructors to consider the values they bring to their project, the collaborations that may be involved beyond the classroom (e.g., librarians, instructional designers), the resources they will need, and their plans for sharing and sustaining the project. The Roadmap also encourages them to consider issues like student agency, assessment, and the role of open pedagogy in fostering diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.

In this presentation we will discuss our collaborations with faculty on two open pedagogy projects (a student-authored textbook and a student-glossed anthology) and how this work informed the creation of our Open Pedagogy Project Roadmap, which we've designed to guide faculty through the process of planning, implementing, sustaining, and sharing their own open pedagogy projects.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:
  • Begin to create an action plan for an open pedagogy project that considers issues of scope, support, student outcomes and agency, and sharing and sustainability
  • Reflect on and articulate their values and goals (for themselves and their students) in order to inform their open pedagogical practices
  • Consider how their open pedagogy projects might foster diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility

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Christina Riehman-Murphy

Open & Affordable Educational Resources Librarian, Penn State Abington Library
Christina Riehman-Murphy, Assistant Librarian, is a Reference & Instruction Librarian at Penn State Abington College. She has her MSLS from Clarion University and a BA in English and Secondary Education from The Catholic University of America. She is the liaison for open Initiatives... Read More →
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Bryan McGeary

Learning Design & Open Education Engagement Librarian, Penn State University

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Tuesday October 19, 2021 12:00pm - 12:25pm EDT
Room F