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SUNY Old Westbury
This workshop invites faculty, librarians, instructional designers, administrators, and other campus stakeholders to explore the possibilities of Open Educational Resources more deeply.Register Here
- Interact with faculty and librarians across SUNY who have first-hand experience with OER
- Understand the distinctions between traditional and Creative Commons copyright
- Discover OER materials in your subject area
- Apply OER content to help meet your course outcomes
All skill and comfort levels with both OER and campus technology are welcome.
Directions to Campus Center
Enter at Gate A on Route 107 – on the main drive pass the heating plant on the right.
Turn at the second left into the Campus Center parking lot.
The opening session will be held in the New Academic Building, room 1100 (NAB-1100) behind the Campus Center.
Parking is available in the Campus Center parking lot. See the Campus Map for details.
|8:30am||Arrival and light refreshments|
|9:00am||Welcome||SUNY Old Westbury Representative|
|9:15am||Keynote: “OER as Choice”||Michael V. Daly, SUNY OER Services & Fulton-Montgomery Community College|
|10:45am||Faculty Panel||Faculty Advocates from across SUNY|
|12:30pm||“Lumen Learning, SUNY, and OER”||Jamison Miller, Director of Teaching and Learning, Lumen Learning|
|1:15pm||“Copyright and the Commons”||Katie Ghidiu, Interim Library Director, Monroe Community College|
~Arts & Humanities
~OER for All Disciplines
|SUNY OER Services & Faculty Advocates|
|3:45||Conclusion – wrap up in breakout groups||SUNY OER Services & Faculty Advocates|