Thursday, March 22, 2018 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm | CETLS, S510DAdd to Calendar: Google Outlook Apple
Building on the OER movement, open pedagogy engages students as knowledge creators, often in open, public venues. Assignments move from an audience of one, the instructor, to anyone on the Internet. Students edit Wikipedia articles, write for public blogs or on Twitter or Facebook and even create and contribute to OER. Join us for a lively conversation with faculty and librarians from BMCC, LaGuardia, and CUNY who are engaged in open pedagogy projects.
Laurie Lomask (Modern Languages): Oral Histories of the Greater Antilles: Students, Stories, Communities
Marilyn Rivera Ayala and Evelin Gamarra Martinez (Modern Languages): Student Symposium: The Impact of Readings and Other Narratives in our Lives
Ann Matsuuchi (LaGuardia Community College Library), Megan Wacha (CUNY Office of Library Services), and Brianne Waychoff (Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts): Wikipedia Assignments in the Classroom
This event is part of Open Teaching Week.
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