OER Design: Support for UTSA Faculty
From: EduCause. (2018). The Values of Open Pedagogy [Blog]. Transforming Higher Ed Blog. https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2018/11/the-values-of-open-pedagogy
OEP, or Open Educational Practices, can be defined as the set of practices that accompany either the use of OERs or, more to our point, the adoption of Open Pedagogy. Here are some simple but profoundly transformative examples of OEPs:
- Adapt or remix OERs with your students.
- Build OERs with your students.
- Teach your students how to edit Wikipedia articles.
- Facilitate student-created and student-controlled learning environments.
- Encourage students to apply their expertise to serve their community.
- Engage students in public chats with authors or experts.
- Build course policies, outcomes, assignments, rubrics, and schedules of work collaboratively with students.
- Let students curate course content.
- Ask critical questions about “open.
From A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students by Robin DeRosa, director of interdisciplinary studies at Plymouth State University & Rajiv Jhangiani, University Teaching Fellow in Open Studies at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
These are OER open pedagogy projects from other universities with open publishing programs.