Interested in how your colleagues are planning to incorporate open education into their teaching? Hear from the 2021-2022 OER Grantees as they share short presentations on their awarded projects. Discover the amazing open projects planned, hear about the grantees’ experiences so far, and learn about their next steps and goals. The aim of this session is to provide ideas for possible OER projects of your own. There will be time for Q&A and discussion after the presentations. Find out more about the OER Grant which will be offered again in Spring 2022.
Konstantinos Apostolou and Amin Rajabzadeh, assistant professors, W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology Open Content Creation: Introduction to Mass Balances
Mirna Carranza, professor, School of Social Work Open Content Creation: The Colonial Mirror: Newcomer Families as Civic Bodies
David Feinberg, associate professor, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour Open Content Creation: Python for Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour
Chad Harvey, associate professor, School of Interdisciplinary Science Open Content Adaptation: Adaptation of Biology 2e (OpenStax)
Ali Hashemi, assistant professor, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour Open Content Creation: Revisiting the History of Psychology
Anne Holbrook, professor, Department of Medicine Open Content Adaptation: Adaptation of the National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC) of Australia
Miroslav Lovric, associate professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics Open Content Creation: 99 Numbers: Mathematics of Everyday Life
Antonio Paez, professor, School of Earth, Environment & Society Open Content Creation: Spatial Statistics
This session is offered in partnership with the McMaster University Library as part of Open Access Week.
Facilitators: Joanne Kehoe, Lead Educational Developer, Digital Pedagogy, MacPherson Institute and Olga Perkovic, Open Education and Scholarship Librarian, McMaster University Library