Dr. Robin DeRosa will explore how Open Educational Resources (OER) can be a part of an approach to teaching that focuses on student agency, connected learning, and structural equity.
In this presentation, Dr. Robin DeRosa will explore how Open Educational Resources (OER) can be a part of an approach to teaching that focuses on student agency, connected learning, and structural equity. By highlighting how commons-oriented approaches to knowledge-sharing can transform pedagogy, Robin will offer a vision for higher education that maximizes academic freedom while it engenders collaboration, opens access to higher education, and engages learners in exciting and vibrant ways.
About the Presenter
Dr. Robin DeRosa is the director of the Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative at Plymouth State University, where she was originally an English professor, and later chair of the Interdisciplinary Studies program. Robin is a national advocate for public higher education, and works with colleges and universities on designing institutional initiatives and structures centered on learners and their needs.
An ASL interpreter is on-screen at all times.
DeRosa, Robin Ph.D., "Webinar: Open Pedagogy, Social Justice, and the Practical Path to Commons-Oriented Learning" (2021). Teaching, Learning & Assessment. 64.