Who’s Afraid of Open Knowledge?: A Not-So-Scary Halloween Event

Friday, October 28, 2022 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm | Zoom

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jean amaral (Library) and Gina Cherry (CETLS)

Open Knowledge Faculty Fellows

Ewa Barnes Academic Literacy and Linguistics Teaching on the OpenLab
Francisco Delgado English Podcasting and Audio Recording
Alvin Eng Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts Podcasting and Audio Recording
benjamin haas Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts zines
Satenik Margaryan Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice Teaching on the OpenLab

We are brewing a very special potion for Halloween – a potion for open knowledge! Open knowledge is any content, information, or data that people can create, share, use and reuse. Through open knowledge, we aim to amplify the voices of our community: students, faculty and staff.

Does this sound great, but a bit abstract? Join us on Zoom to meet BMCC’s open knowledge faculty fellows and see open knowledge in action. We hope to inspire, engage, and connect with faculty who are curious about open knowledge, and with faculty who incorporate open knowledge into their pedagogy. Plus, there will be candy! Costumes welcome.

Register here and you will receive a Zoom link via email. For  more information, email cetls@bmcc.cuny.edu. Brought to you by the A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library and CETLS.


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