Event Title

Let's talk about "inclusive" and "equitable" access to course materials for students

Program Type

Other

Start Date and Time

14-5-2021 12:00 PM

End Date and Time

14-5-2021 12:45 PM

Location

Zoom details to be sent to OpenCon 2021 registrants.

Program Description

Panel Discussion discussion on Friday

Video Description:

"Inclusive access" and "equitable access" programs offered by publishers and campus bookstores may sound like they increase equity and social justice, but do they really? And how do these programs (which emphasize digital course materials) support student success and remote learning? In this 10-minute lightning talk, I’ll explain the pros and cons of these programs and share some of my concerns about possible inequities for students. I'll also explain how OER fit into the picture. Whether these programs are already on your campus or are currently being considered, it’s important for faculty, students, librarians, instructional designers, administrators, and campus stakeholders to understand the potential benefits and pitfalls of these programs. Link to more resources: https://bit.ly/33iKINT Link to PowerPoint slides (licensed CC BY): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TWC-x1UWPsA_wYNBOz-uELjH7DmIcSSB/view?usp=sharing

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May 14th, 12:00 PM May 14th, 12:45 PM

Let's talk about "inclusive" and "equitable" access to course materials for students

Zoom details to be sent to OpenCon 2021 registrants.

Panel Discussion discussion on Friday

Video Description:

"Inclusive access" and "equitable access" programs offered by publishers and campus bookstores may sound like they increase equity and social justice, but do they really? And how do these programs (which emphasize digital course materials) support student success and remote learning? In this 10-minute lightning talk, I’ll explain the pros and cons of these programs and share some of my concerns about possible inequities for students. I'll also explain how OER fit into the picture. Whether these programs are already on your campus or are currently being considered, it’s important for faculty, students, librarians, instructional designers, administrators, and campus stakeholders to understand the potential benefits and pitfalls of these programs. Link to more resources: https://bit.ly/33iKINT Link to PowerPoint slides (licensed CC BY): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TWC-x1UWPsA_wYNBOz-uELjH7DmIcSSB/view?usp=sharing