open educational resources (OER)

black and white photograph of two cats sitting on a wooden chair with a padded seat
From St. Nicholas vol. 27 no. 10 / edited by Mary Mapes Dodge (1900)

91st chat, Tuesday October 3 2017: open educational resources (OER) 
6pm Pacific / 7pm Mountain / 8pm Central / 9pm Eastern

moderated by @zoh_zoh @aliversluis @eriksation @SarahEHare
Storify (pdf, html) by @violetbfox

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Discussion questions:

  • Q1. What critical questions and ideas are missing from current conversations about OER? #critlib
  • Q2. How does privilege intersect with making and using OER? #critlib
  • Q3. Are there any commonalities between critical information literacy and open pedagogy? #critlib
  • Q4. How is it harmful to frame OER as a simple solution to complex issues (educational, economic, etc.)? Have you seen this framing? #critlib
  • Q5. How does OER labor get rewarded (or not)? How does this differ across groups (librarians, instructional technologists, faculty)? #critlib