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Monday, October 18 • 1:00pm - 1:55pm
Reimagining Open Education Leadership to Center Historically Marginalized Communities and Students

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The Regional Leaders of Open Education Network (RLOE) is about building diverse human networks that center the perspectives of and shift power to the marginalized in order to create conditions for their voices to shape a new vision for open. We believe that open education can be a key lever in bringing justice to higher education and a razor sharp focus on supporting underserved and underrepresented student populations.

Framing our work with social justice and equity at the forefront, we seek to broaden our impacts and address the enormous systemic problems that inequity and racism bring to our students. Systemic problems need a huge variety of actors in every corner to combat them, therefore our leaders should come from a variety of institutions in a variety of institutional roles and with a variety of areas of influence. Integral to making systemic changes, we feel that it is important to continually question what leadership means.

In this panel the RLOE leadership team will bring their personal experiences and engage participants in an exploration of the following foundational questions:

What is justice for higher education? How can open education be a key lever in the justice we seek? Who has agency within our organizations and is empowered to make change? How do we nurture a diverse range of leaders that can help drive agendas for open education that focus on underserved students? Who are the leaders and future leaders? How do we empower leaders and help them grow to take the next steps towards equity and justice confidently? How do we make sure our organizations center our historically underrepresented and underestimated communities in open education? What expertise needs to be connected for big challenges that face our projects and organizations? How do our leadership development programs assist leaders to adapt open practices within their own spaces in order to most effectively impact the underserved students in their particular institutions?

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:
  • Question the future of leadership for Open Education.
  • Identify strategies for recruiting, supporting and empowering underrepresented open education leaders (including student leaders).
  • Explore open practices that can most effectively impact the underserved students in their particular institutions.

Speakers
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Deidre Tyler

RLOE Leadership Advisory Team, Regional Leaders of Open Education (RLOE)
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Kim Grewe (she/her)

RLOE Program Developer, Regional Leaders of Open Education (RLOE)
I am excited to be back at the Open Education Conference and to share the work around Open I have been doing lately through OEGlobal projects and initiatives with which I'm involved. I look forward to exploring notions of leadership in Open and how we can leverage Open to expand traditional... Read More →
avatar for Carlos C. Goller

Carlos C. Goller

Associate Teaching Professor, North Carolina State University
I am an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and teach in the Biotechnology Program (BIT) at North Carolina State University. I am very interested in integrating open practices in the courses I teach. I believe strongly in non-throwaway assignments... Read More →
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Esperanza Zenon

RLOE Leadership Advisory Team, Regional Leaders of Open Education (RLOE)
Esperanza Zenon - Associate Professor of Physical Science.I am passionate about STEM Equity, and serve in several organizations focused on girls in STEM. I utilize OER in all of my courses as a way of making sure that all of my students have the course materials on day one of class... Read More →
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Karen Cangialosi

RLOE Program Director, Open Education Global
I am excited to be the Program Director for The Regional Leaders of Open Education Network (RLOE). RLOE brings together leaders from across North American institutional and regional boundaries in order to vitalize Open Education initiatives that especially support underserved student... Read More →
avatar for Rebecca Ortiz

Rebecca Ortiz

RLOE Leadership Advisor, Open Education Global
I am a passionate advocate for Open Educational Resources and Practices through the lenses of Inclusivity and Dual Enrollment.

Overview
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Live sessions will be held throughout the day. Return to the session page shortly before the start time for a link to join the Zoom room. The join button will only be visible to logged in attendees. See the FAQ for more details.Live session formats include panels, presentations, discussions, and open space sessions. Most presentations and panels are recorded and posted by the next day. Discussions and open space sessions may not be recorded, so make sure to attend live.Note that live sessions begin on time, and the capacity... Read More →


Monday October 18, 2021 1:00pm - 1:55pm EDT
Room A