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Monday, March 11
 

6:30am

Building Research Profile and Culture with Open Access

The presentation will cover developments in the open access movement, focusing on the strategies employed by the Queensland University of Technology to implement its open access mandate. It will explore the benefits this has brought to researchers and faculties more generally. Finally, different models for achieving open access will be unpacked.

Website: http://www.qut.edu.au/

Webinar language: English

Webinar Recording: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnOdVGwsUm4

 


Speakers
avatar for Tom Cochrane

Tom Cochrane

Adjunct Professor, Law Faculty, Queensland University of Technology
As former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Vice President) with a portfolio including IT, Libraries and Teaching and Learning, I have had a long standing engagement with issues of access and engagement with content. This involved leadership in developing an Open Access policy in 2003, and... Read More →


Monday March 11, 2013 6:30am - 7:30am
Online Webinar

2:00pm

The multiple facets of Openness in #udsnf12

During the fall semester of 2012, Mathieu Plourde, Educational Technologist and Ed.D. student at the University of Delaware taught a class for the very first time. Titled "Social Networking", this hybrid class was designed to help students take control of their digital footprint and establish their personal learning network as educators, with the added objective of using as many open strategies as possible. This session will present these multiple facets of openess, and why they might represent the next "new normal". The course hashtag was #udsnf12 and the course portal is located at http://openteaching.ud-css.net

Website: http://mathplourde.wordpress.com

Webinar language: English

Link to Webinar recording and Presentation Slides: http://openteaching.ud-css.net/2013/03/openeducationwk-udsnf12/


Speakers
avatar for Mathieu Plourde

Mathieu Plourde

Educational Technologist, Instructor, LMS Project Leader, University of Delaware
Ed.D. student, instructor, educational technologist, social media junkie, web 2.0 evangelist, open education advocate.


Monday March 11, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Webinar

4:00pm

Designing OER with Diversity In Mind

The presenters will discuss factors which act as barriers and enablers regarding the creation and reuse of accessible teaching resources focusing on approaches of educators towards accessibility issues in the context of OER. Pedagogical, technical, and policy-based strategies to design, create and deliver OER/OCW learning experiences that can be used by the broadest range of learners will be shared.

Website: http://oerconsortium.org

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/cpFSugzreMg

Webinar slides: http://www.slideshare.net/UnaDaly/designing-oer-with-diversity-in-mind


Speakers
avatar for Una Daly

Una Daly

Director, Community College Outreach, OpenCourseWare Consortium
I am passionate about expanding access to education through the adoption of open textbooks and open educational resources. As the Community College Outreach Director at the Open Courseware Consortium, I work with faculty and staff at community colleges to create awareness and share... Read More →
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Dr Anna Gruszczynska

Sheffield Hallam University, England
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Jutta Treviranus

Director, Inclusive Design Research Centre
Director, Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCAD University, Canada


Monday March 11, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Online Webinar

4:00pm

وسائل تعليمية تشاركية : تطوير الوسائل التعليمية تشاركيًا باستخدام أداة الابتكار ومنصة سكراتش البرمجية


مبادرة برنامج تطوير ألعاب تعليمية تفاعلية مع الكمبيوتر باستخدام أداة الابتكار ومنصة برنامج سكراتش ستساعد في إتاحة وسائل التعلم للجميع. خلال هذا العرض ستشاهد مثالاً عمليًا للنموذج الأولي لأول لعبة لتعليم مبادئ الوراثة المندلية تم تصميمها وتطويرها عبر هذا البرنامج . من خلال هذا البرنامج سيتاح للمعلمين ،والطلاب أنفسهم  أن يقوموا باستنساخ اللعبة واستعمالها في الفصل. برنامج تطوير الوسائل التعليمية التشاركية سيفتح فرص التعلم للطلبة في المدارس والشغوفين بالتعلم بالبيت بعيدًا عن قيود المنهج الدراسي ومراحله.

سيتاح تصميم هذه اللعبة للجميع من خلال رخصة المشاع الإبداعي. في نهاية هذا العرض سيتم شرح عرض بسيط عن طرق تطوير ألعاب مشابهة باستخدام أداة الابتكار وبرنامج سكراتش يمكن للمعلمين والأطفال أيضًا استعمالها دون الحاجة لخبرة في البرمجة.
أداة الابتكار MakeyMakey وبرنامج سكراتش هما أدوات ابتكارية تم البدء بتطويرها في معهد MIT وكلاهما متاحان للجميع لمساعدتهم على الابتكار والتصميم.

Website: crispyscience.com

Webinar language: Arabic

Webinar Recording: http://youtu.be/AyPx9fM20r8?t=1s

Credits:

Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, with financial support from the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Intel Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Google, Iomega and MIT Media Lab research consortia.

http://info.scratch.mit.edu/About_Scratch

MakeyMakey project is based on Reearch at MIT Media Lab's Lifelong Kindergarten.Created by Jay silver, Eric Rosenbaum, JoyLabz.

makeymakey.com/about.phpCrispy Science is a Saudi Arabian startup focused on
informal learning and free choice learning. It aims to exciting
curiosity by enriching science and technology awareness and promotion
through the design and implementation of science communication products,
programs and platforms.

http://crispyscience.com/English/about-us/


Speakers
avatar for Sami Al-AbdRabbuh

Sami Al-AbdRabbuh

Chairman, CEO &Co founder, Crispy Science
Sami is an entrepreneur, Crispy Scientist and systems engineer. His current focus is in the development and operation of innovation systems. His experience includes his work on developing Science Communication informal learning systems, Human-Machine Interface design in healthcare... Read More →


Monday March 11, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Online Webinar

5:00pm

Driving Adoptions of OER Through Communities of Practice

Communities of practice, or mutually supporting groups organized around a common subject area, have the potential to increase the rate of adoption of Open Education Resources. College Open Textbooks sponsors a number of such communities. In this webinar, members of four communities will present their experience in driving adoption of OER. They will present
lessons learned and look ahead to how these communities can be strengthened and increase their influence in the battle for adoptions.

Website: http://collegeopentextbooks.org/

Webinar language: English

Webinar Recording: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oU03xtIUrs

Webinar slides: http://www.slideshare.net/charleskey/driving-adoptions-through-communities-of-practice


Speakers
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Mike Alvord

Director of Operation, Newhall County Water District and Adjunct Faculty, College of the Canyons
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Regina Blasberg

Chair, Engineering Technologies Department, College of the Canyons
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Donna Gaudet

Faculty, Mathematics, Scottsdale Community College
MH

Mirya Holman

Assistant Professor, Political Science, Florida Atlantic University
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Charles Key

Director for Adoptions, College Open Textbooks, and Grants, Open Doors Group - College Open Textbooks
Director for Adoptions, College Open Textbooks and Grants - Open Doors Group
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Lisa White-McNulty

Assistant Professor, College of Education, University of St. Francis


Monday March 11, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Online Webinar
 
Tuesday, March 12
 

10:00am

OpenCourseWare in the European Higher Education Context: How to make use of its full potential for virtual mobility

This webinar will introduce participants to an European Project: "OpenCourseWare in the European Higher Education Context: How to make use of its full potential for virtual mobility" The focus of the project is on the creation of preconditions for a strong European OCW-framework. A stronger framework will also mean closer cooperation between European institutes, which may result in mutual use of material and even joint degrees. A better functioning OCW-system will enhance quality and increase the usage of online courses and therefore facilitate virtual mobility. An objective in itself, but it may also result in a decline of obstacles to cooperation and therefore an increase in real student mobility.

Website link: http://www.opencourseware.eu/; http://ocw.tudelft.nl

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/YqdPjpEDwDY

Webinar slides: http://www.slideshare.net/ocweu/20130312-ocw-europe


Speakers
avatar for Willem van Valkenburg

Willem van Valkenburg

President Open Education Consortium, Delft University of Technology
President of the Board of Open Education Consortium.


Tuesday March 12, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am
Online Webinar

2:00pm

Opening Up Education

Opening Up Education is a process aiming at several types of open to be more available in education. The webinar will be about views on this and the plans the EU has for programs on this topic.

Website: http://www.ou.nl

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/QbkaHl9d18o



Tuesday March 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Webinar

4:00pm

Capacitación para la educación abierta: OportUnidad en Latinoamérica

¿Desea mejorar los contenidos de su asignatura mediante Recursos educativos abiertos? ¿Quizás se ha planteado cambiar su propuesta metodológica y busca un ámbito donde discutirlo con colegas? ¿Quiere formar parte de la educación abierta?

En este webminar presentamos la propuesta del curso en línea "Principios y estrategias de educación abierta para la innovación docente" (PREA), destinado a docentes de Educación Superior y diseñadores pedagógicos. El objetivo del curso es promover cambios en la práctica docente a través de iniciativas de educación abierta mediante actividades focalizadas en la propia experiencia y a través del intercambio con colegas de toda Latinoamérica.

El propósito del webminar es también escuchar su opinión para adaptar el diseño de la propuesta de formación a las necesidades concretas e inmediatas de los docentes.

La educación abierta promueve prácticas de (re)utilización y producción deRecursos Educativos Abiertos (REA- OER en inglés ). Son recursos para la enseñanza, el aprendizaje y la investigación de uso público: permiten su libre utilización o adaptación. Pueden ser cursos completos, materiales didácticos, módulos específicos, manuales, exámenes, etc. y presentarse en diferentes formatos: texto, imagen, sonido, material multimedia, etc.

El curso PREA es una iniciativa del proyecto OportUnidad , cuyo objetivo es fomentar Prácticas de educación abierta en universidadesa través de la innovación en los modelos pedagógicos y de la política institucional. 

Inscríbase al webminar para obtener más información sobre el curso, sus participantes y períodos deimplementación. Y ayúdenos a ofrecerle una propuesta a su medida.

English:

This webminar introduces the “OportUnidad” European Project and its online training in order to look for faculty feedback and arouse interest in the course. OportUnidad aims at implementing Open Educational Practices in Latin-American Higher Education. More than 60 universities developed a common OER-OEP agenda. The training, to be delivered in September 2013, addresses faculty and instructional designers, focuses OER use and sharing, and promotes open practices while meeting the objectives of the agenda.

Website: www.uoc.edu

Webinar language: Spanish

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/mdz9PGbyn04

Webinar slides: http://www.slideshare.net/mmaina/webinar-3-17169050


Speakers
avatar for Marcelo Maina

Marcelo Maina

Professor, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Marcelo Fabián Maina is a lecturer in Technology Enhanced Learning at the eLearn Center, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). As a teacher, he coordinates courses of the Master in Education and ICT (e-learning) and lectures in courses of the Joint Certificate Online Course... Read More →


Tuesday March 12, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Online Webinar
 
Wednesday, March 13
 

6:00am

The interaction, co-construction and sharing of Netease Open Courses 网易公开课的互动、共建和分享

Since Netease Open Course was launched, Netease group established three different ways to develope and spread open courses. They are interaction, co-construction and sharing.

Website: http://open.163.com

Webinar language: Chinese

Webinar recording: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zl8C2XQ3k8A


Speakers
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Hengxin Chan

Product manager of Netease Open Courses


Wednesday March 13, 2013 6:00am - 7:00am
Online Webinar

2:00pm

Políticas nacionales de Acceso Abierto en Argentina

La presentación desarrollará aspectos políticos y técnicos relativos a la experiencia argentina de creación de una red nacional de repositorios digitales, así como portales de acceso abierto a fin de asegurar la equidad en el acceso a los resultados de la investigación científica financiada con fondos públicos.

El caso del Ministerio de Ciencia de Argentina puede servir de referencia para otros países, decisores políticos y gestores públicos con voluntad de dotar de mayor acceso a la producción científica nacional.

Webinar language: Spanish

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/9DCf8LtQI2I

Webinar slides: http://goo.gl/AQWJI


Speakers
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Alberto Apollaro

Miembro del equipo de gestión de la Biblioteca Electrónica y del Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Coordination team of the Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina
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Paola Azrilevich

Coordinadora, Biblioteca Electrónica y del Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Coordination team of the Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina
SN

Silvia Nakano

Directora, Biblioteca Electrónica y Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Director, Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina
AR

Agustina Roldán

Miembro del equipo de gestión de la Biblioteca Electrónica y del Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Coordination team of the Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina


Wednesday March 13, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Webinar

3:00pm

Movilización de Conocimiento Abierto y Apropiación de Recursos Educativos Abiertos (REA)

 

Conceptualizamos al movimiento educativo abierto como las actividades educativas de acceso abierto que facilita prácticas formativas que van desde el uso de REA disponibles en internet, la producción de materiales con licenciamiento abierto, la selección de REA a través de repositorios y conectores que actúan como infomediarios de los catálogos de REA, la diseminación de prácticas en entornos académicos, gubernamentales, institucionales, etc. y la movilización hacia las prácticas educativas.

Website 1: http://www.oportunidadproject.eu 

Website 2: http://www.temoa.info 

Website 3: http://www.sistematec.mx

Webinar language: Spanish

Webinar recording: TBA

Webinar slides: http://tiny.cc/webinar-kmob


Speakers
avatar for Vladimir Burgos

Vladimir Burgos

Open Content Coordinator, TECVirtual University of the Tecnológico de Monterrey
Manager of OCW Tecnológico de Monterrey (http://ocw.itesm.mx) & temoa.info (Knowledge Hub OER Catalog). --------- Associate researcher at the Chair of Innovation in Technology and Education at the Tecnológico de Monterrey (www.tecvirtual.itesm.mx/convenio/catedra).


Wednesday March 13, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Online Webinar

5:00pm

OER Commons Green: A Unique Lens on Open Environmental Education

Introducing OER Commons Green (http://www.oercommons.org/green), a micro-site on green open educational resources jointly curated by Agro-Know Technologies (Greece) in collaboration with the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (US).

Website: http://wiki.agroknow.gr

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/JOZtWyQc_Ew

Webinar slides: http://goo.gl/aFnUG


Speakers
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Madalina Ungur

Data & Collections Outreach Expert, Agro-Know Technologies, Greece


Wednesday March 13, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Online Webinar

7:00pm

How Community Colleges are Innovating with Open Educational Resources

From a “Developmental Math MOOC” to a “No Textbook General Education Certificate”, learn about the innovation at our two-year public colleges and how to best support faculty in the use and adoption of OER.

Website: http://oerconsortium.org

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b8eDlmZeBg

Webinar slides: http://www.slideshare.net/UnaDaly/cccoer-innovation-panel


Speakers
avatar for Una Daly

Una Daly

Director, Community College Outreach, OpenCourseWare Consortium
I am passionate about expanding access to education through the adoption of open textbooks and open educational resources. As the Community College Outreach Director at the Open Courseware Consortium, I work with faculty and staff at community colleges to create awareness and share... Read More →
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Dr. Wm. Preston Davis

Director of Instructional Services, ELI, Northern Virginia Community College
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Dr. Donna Gaudet

Math Professor, Scottsdale Community College, Arizona
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Quill West

OER Project Director, Tacoma Community College, Washington


Wednesday March 13, 2013 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Online Webinar

10:00pm

P2PU: A Showcase of Open Peer Learning

P2PU (www.p2pu.org) is an open peer learning platform for anyone to learn almost anything with their peers. Join this webinar to see a showcase of some of our best learning groups spanning topics from education to open content to programming to Spanish and more, and learn how you can participate.

Website: www.p2pu.org

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/uqM-qMUKXMs

Webinar presentation slides: http://www.slideshare.net/kfasimpaur/p2-pu-openedwk2013


Speakers
avatar for Karen Fasimpaur

Karen Fasimpaur

K12 Open Ed
I am passionate about the potential of open resources to engage learners and differentiate learning, especially in K-12. I run a small ed tech consulting company, am a community leader for the School of Ed on P2PU, and am a prolific writer.


Wednesday March 13, 2013 10:00pm - 11:00pm
online go to http://www.test.com
 
Thursday, March 14
 

2:00pm

Utilizing OER to Create a Pathway Towards an Affordable Degree

Participants interested in this webinar are encouraged to visit www.excelsior.edu/668 prior to the webinar and review the Exam Content Guides and the OER Guide. The guides will be discussed during the webinar.

Website: www.excelsior.edu

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/NzMBk-zrRBU

Webinar slides: http://goo.gl/xkdHv

 


Speakers
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Lorrie Graham

OER Exam Coordinator at Excelsior College
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Mika Hoffman

Executive Director for the Center for Educational Measurement at Excelsior College


Thursday March 14, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Webinar

4:00pm

Learning toys for free: Collaborative educational tools development using MakeyMakey and SCRATCH platforms

CrispyScience is announcing its initiative to develop educational computer interacting toys using MakeyMakey and Scratch. It will show case its first prototype design of an interactive game that demonstrates the Mendelian inheritance principles . The design and software will both be shared under the creative commons licence to the public. The end of webinar will have a brief  demonstration of how hardware and software design could be developed and shared by educators with NO programing background. MakeyMakey and Scratch are an open hardware and software combination of platforms that both started at MIT and made innovational and computational thinking accesable to kids all around the globe.

Website: crispyscience.com

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByaAq8cec6I&feature=youtu.be

Credits:

Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, with financial support from the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Intel Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Google, Iomega and MIT Media Lab research consortia.

http://info.scratch.mit.edu/About_Scratch

MakeyMakey project is based on Reearch at MIT Media Lab's Lifelong Kindergarten.Created by Jay silver, Eric Rosenbaum, JoyLabz.

makeymakey.com/about.phpCrispy Science is a Saudi Arabian startup focused on informal learning and free choice learning. It aims to exciting curiosity by enriching science and technology awareness and promotion through the design and implementation of science communication products,
programs and platforms.

http://crispyscience.com/English/about-us/


Speakers
avatar for Sami Al-AbdRabbuh

Sami Al-AbdRabbuh

Chairman, CEO &Co founder, Crispy Science
Sami is an entrepreneur, Crispy Scientist and systems engineer. His current focus is in the development and operation of innovation systems. His experience includes his work on developing Science Communication informal learning systems, Human-Machine Interface design in healthcare... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Online Webinar

6:00pm

Validating the Learning Obtained through Open Educational Resources

In this webinar, we will present several initiatives that are designed to make college more accessible and affordable by validating college-level learning gained from open education resources through the principles of prior learning assessment.

Website: www.esc.edu

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYSz-RibCGA

Webinar slides: http://goo.gl/gnA8j


Speakers

Thursday March 14, 2013 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Online Webinar

8:00pm

OER and Alternative Certification Models: An Analysis Framework

Through OER and open access, new models have emerged for supporting and recognizing learning. These models are blurring boundaries between formal and informal learning, and transforming the way we think about certification and degree completion. From Open High School Utah, to P2PU, to Coursera, this session will present an analytical framework for assessing and categorizing these alternative certification models in terms of methods of recognizing achievement, and the learning models they use.

Website: iskme.org

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/scaXUH1gNM0

Webinar Slides: http://goo.gl/LBQ3v


Speakers
avatar for Clare Middleton-Detzner

Clare Middleton-Detzner

Research Associate II, Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME)


Thursday March 14, 2013 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Online Webinar

9:00pm

The Open Educational Resources in Brazil as an Instrument to Get Access to Qualification, The Government Role at OERs Creation & FGV and São Paulo State Case Studies

The FGV, Fundação Getulio Vargas, is the first Brazilian institution at the OCW Consortium and one of the most prestige Schools in Brazil. The Vice-Director of the Educational Development Institute of FGV (IDE/FGV), Stavros Xanthopoylos, will speak about how Open Educational Resources impact Brazilian people and how it´s possible to achieve qualification from OERs. He will also show how important is the Government support on OERs creation. In order to illustrate the proposed subjects Stavros will analyze FGV and São Paulo State OERs planning and offering cases as well as the results of both.

Website: http://www.fgv.br/ & http://www5.fgv.br/fgvonline/CursosGratuitos.aspx

Webinar Language: English

Webinar recording:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXHXrvfutcE


Speakers
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Stavros Xanthopoylos

Vice-Director of Educational Development Institute of FGV (IDE/FGV), PhD in Business Administration from FGV-EAESP


Thursday March 14, 2013 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Online Webinar
 
Friday, March 15
 

2:00pm

National policies of Open Access to scientific outputs in Argentina

The presentation will develop some political and technical aspects of Argentina's experience in creating a national network of digital repositories as well as open data portals to ensure equity of access to public funded research outputs.

The Ministry of Science of Argentina’s case can be useful for other countries, decision makers and public managers, willing to provide greater access to their scientific production.

Webinar language: English  

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/QbfxL0cw0rM

Webinar slides: http://goo.gl/BofYP

  



Speakers
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Alberto Apollaro

Miembro del equipo de gestión de la Biblioteca Electrónica y del Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Coordination team of the Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina
PA

Paola Azrilevich

Coordinadora, Biblioteca Electrónica y del Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Coordination team of the Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina
SN

Silvia Nakano

Directora, Biblioteca Electrónica y Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Director, Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina
AR

Agustina Roldán

Miembro del equipo de gestión de la Biblioteca Electrónica y del Sistema Nacional de Repositorios Digitales. Ministerio de Ciencia, Argentina. Coordination team of the Electronic Library and the National Network of Digital Repositories. Ministry of Science, Argentina


Friday March 15, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Webinar

3:00pm

Re-thinking Developmental Education: Creating a STEM Bridge in the National STEM Consortium

The National STEM Consortium is a collaborative of ten leading community colleges in nine states developing nationally portable, one-year credit certificates in STEM technologies. All NSC course materials will be available as an Open Educational Resource. One of the most innovative strategies to improve
student success is the creation of a STEM “Bridge” program. The STEM Bridge is currently under co-development with Carnegie Mellon’s Open Learning Initiative (OLI) and CAST in an online
format.

Website: https://www.aacc.edu/

Webinar language: English

Webinar recording: http://youtu.be/uVB0LAApFMU

Webinar slides: http://goo.gl/xQMvk


Speakers
avatar for Norman Bier

Norman Bier

Executive Director Simon Initiative; Director, Open Learning Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University
Norman Bier has spent his career at the intersection of learning and technology, working to expand access to and improve the quality of education. He is currently the Executive Director of the Simon Initiative and the Director of the Open Learning Initiative (OLI) at Carnegie Mellon... Read More →
JP

Janet Paulovich

Director, English Language Learning and Adult Education STEM Bridge Team Lead
JR

Jean Runyon

Anne Arundel Community College, Dean, Learning Advancement and the Virtual Campus


Friday March 15, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Online Webinar