Open Pedagogy Support Podcast Interview with Heather Miceli
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More and more teachers are using creative classroom assignments to help students take ownership of their learning. But when classroom assignments involve public-facing projects, what are the copyright implications? And how can students be responsibly invited to share their voices with the world? This podcast invites faculty to share how they incorporate public-facing projects (such as open pedagogy and multimodal projects) into the classroom, and how librarians and others partner with them for success. In this interview, Mandi Goodsett talks with Heather Miceli about her creative open pedagogy assignment.
Heather Miceli, Lecturer at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island
Heather Miceli is a lecturer at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island where she teaches in the general education program. Prior to this year, she was an adjunct faculty member for 13 years at a few institutions, both on-the-ground and online. She is very interested in the impacts Open Education Practices/Open Pedagogy can have on student achievement, but also how those practices can impact student confidence and anxiety in science courses. She is also interested in alternative assessment strategies and has been ungrading in her courses for about 3 years. She serves on the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) OER Advisory Committee. She is also an avid tweeter - you can follow her at @hsmiceli on Twitter.
CORE 101 Open Pedagogy Project Page: https://sites.google.com/g.rwu.edu/core-101-open-pedagogy-project
Mandi Goodsett, Performing Arts & Humanities Librarian, OER & Copyright Advisor, Cleveland State University Michael Schwartz Library.
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Goodsett, Mandi and Miceli, Heather, "Open Pedagogy Support Podcast Interview with Heather Miceli" (2022). Michael Schwartz Library Podcasts. 2.