Explore the evolving landscape of Open Educational Resources (OER), share your own experiences creating or using open resources (not limited to textbooks), and learn what support is available from UW Libraries to increase affordability and accessibility for students.
Online registration is required to attend all or part of the three-part workshop.
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. UW Open Textbook Publishing
Join two UW open textbook authors:
who, with support from UW Libraries, are exploring new open modes of textbook publishing that could transform higher education by enhancing equity of access to course materials while simultaneously opening the door to innovative pedagogies.
- Justin Marlowe, Endowed Professor of Public Finance and Civic Engagement, and Associate Dean for Executive Education, Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance
- Sarah Ketchley, Ph.D., Egyptology, Digital Humanities Dept., Near Eastern Languages and Civilization
12:00 noon – 12:45 p.m. Lunch and Conversations: Affordability and Equity
Lunch provided. A facilitated conversation to explore how Open Textbooks, Open Educational Resources, and Open Pedagogies can be used as tools toward equity in the classroom.
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Writing a Review for the Open Textbook Library Register online (required) to attend all or part of the workshop.
For faculty who are interested in reviewing a textbook in their area of expertise in the Open Textbook Library. $200 stipend for completed reviews submitted online by July 1, 2017.
This workshop is sponsored by the UW Libraries Open Educational Resources Steering Committee, which includes representation by faculty, students, and staff in UW academic support units.
- There is no cost for UW Faculty.
- Attendance may be at one or more sessions.
- Lunch and beverages are included.
For more information about the University Libraries’ support for open textbook publishing or other efforts to create open educational resources (OER), contact Chelle Batchelor