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Monday, October 18 • 3:00pm - 3:55pm
Zoom In: A Faculty Panel on Creating Renewable Assignments Using Lambert's Social Justice Framework

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In 2021, the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) formed a regional Community of Practice (Co-OP) for faculty to learn about and implement open pedagogy into their courses through Lambert’s (2018) social justice framework.

With each of the Co-OP participants teaching in different academic disciplines, from both independent and public institutions of higher education located in each of the Northeastern states (CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, RI, VT), these 8 faculty members spent 6 months together virtually learning from experts in the field of Open Education about the best practices for inviting their students into the process of creating openly-licensed content in the form of renewable assignments. Copyright, open licenses, student agency, privacy, accessibility, racial justice, and culturally relevant teaching practices were all covered through webinars, workshops, and bi-weekly group discussions.

Join Lindsey Gumb, NEBHE’s Open Education Fellow, for a lively panel discussion in which our Co-OP participants share their own candid thoughts on topics like relinquishing their “Sage on the Stage” identities to empower their students as authoritative voices through open pedagogy, anxieties around incorporating discussions of race and white supremacy into their classroom discussions, the benefits of collaborating with regional colleagues, and how/if their students embraced the opportunity to license their intellectual property and contribute to the greater commons. Ample time for audience questions will be made available to ensure an inclusive and interactive experience for all.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:
  • Visualize the real challenges and successes of faculty learning about and implementing open pedagogy through a social justice lens for the first time

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Lindsey Gumb

Fellow, Open Education, New England Board of Higher Education
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Kathleen Brinegar

Senior Lecturer, University of Vermont
Kathleen Brinegar is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Education and Social Services at the University of Vermont. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses related to equity and cultural responsiveness, multiliteracies, curriculum development and assessment, and school organization... Read More →

Matthew Ulricksen

Assistant Professor, Community College of Rhode Island
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Suzanne Marmo-Roman

Assistant Professor of Social Work, Sacred Heart University

Eric Kulberg

Department Chair/Professor, Great Bay Community College

Manu Chander

Associate Professor of English, Rutgers University

Daniel Leland

Associate Professor of Finance, Thomas College

Annette Guertin

Professor of Mathematics, Berkshire Community College

Margaret Carroll

Professor of Biology, Medgar Evers College/CUNY

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Monday October 18, 2021 3:00pm - 3:55pm EDT
Room B