[Bcoel] July 22 FREE Virtual Event - OER: What’s Next? Equity & Diversity
acheveldave at bccampus.ca
Wed Jul 14 08:49:46 PDT 2021
This message is courtesy of Jamie Whitman of the Community College of Baltimore County.
Just wanted to pass along a professional development opportunity hosted by ACRL’s Community and Junior Colleges Library Section. Information about the event and how to register is below.
OER: What’s Next? Equity & Diversity
Thursday, July 22, 2021 @ 1PM PT /2PM MT / 3PM CT / 4PM ET
Free Online Event
Join Ann Fiddler and Dr. Rebecca Karoff for a panel focusing on what is next for OER concerning equity and diversity. Event hosted by the CJCLS OER Committee. Use the link at the bottom to register for the first of the special series.
This one-hour synchronous event will feature two presenters, followed by a Q&A:
* ANN FIDDLER
Ann Fiddler is the Open Education Librarian for the City University of New York in the Office of the Dean of Library Services. This office supports 32 libraries across 24 campuses in the 5 boroughs of New York City. Ann has been overseeing Open Educational Resource initiatives across the university since 2014. She has been the principal investigator for grants in support of OER from Achieving the Dream, The Gates Foundation, and The Public Interest Technology Network. She is currently leading the University-wide OER Initiative generously funded by New York State.
* DR. REBECCA KAROFF
Dr. Rebecca Karoff joined the University of Texas System in February 2016 as Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She is responsible for leading and supporting student success initiatives system-wide. Her work addresses the student success continuum, PK-20 and into the workforce, and recognizes the remarkable responsibility and opportunity of the University of Texas System to achieve more equitable access and outcomes for the state’s increasingly diverse students. She is the primary architect of the UT System’s student success framework, and collaborates with institutional colleagues across the UT System to ensure student financial well-being, effective advising, and students’ sense of academic and social belonging. Her work includes leadership of the UT System’s momentum-building strategy on Open Educational Resources (OER), strengthening curricular innovation, and working with faculty to embrace their roles in student success. All her work is data-informed, equity-centered and quality-driven, and she is interested in expanded approaches to measuring student success. Beyond the UT System, she is a member of the Texas Transfer Alliance, a joint effort among the Charles A. Dana Center, the Texas Success Center, the Texas Association of Community Colleges, and four of the state’s public university systems (Texas A&M University System, Texas State University System, University of North Texas System and University of Texas System) to improve transfer student outcomes. She is active in NASH, the National Association of System Heads, and is a co-author of the NASH Equity Action Framework, a tool designed for university systems to assess their progress toward, and act on the adoption and integration of essential equity practices through sustained engagement. She chairs the Equity Work Group of DOERS3, the Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success Collaborative, work resulting in the DOERS3 OER Equity Blueprint and Equity Through OER Rubric.
Attendance is Free! Register here: https://ala-events.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2xR6rllJSJWI7yJzMwuPQg
Take care and be well,
jwitman at ccbcmd.edu
Arianna Cheveldave [Hear my name]<http://nmdrp.me/ariannacheveldave>
Coordinator, Open Education, BCcampus
Email: acheveldave at bccampus.ca<mailto:acheveldave at bccampus.ca> • LinkedIn: ariannacheveldave<https://ca.linkedin.com/in/arianna-cheveldave> • Pronouns: She/her
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