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Wednesday, November 18 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Open, Sez Me: The demands and rewards of open pedagogy

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Discussions of open education take into account many different roles: the teacher, the creator, the administrator, the funder. What about the student? What does it take to learn in an open participatory environment? What does it take to revise, remix and redistribute?

While open education at the level of OERs might be transparent to students, educationally if not financially, taking open pedagogy further to involve students in the kind of open creative exploration enabled by the internet would not. It both demands and develops emerging skill sets fundamental to lifelong learning. This presentation will look at open pedagogy in the context of lifelong learning skills, considering what those skills are and how they can be developed.

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Paul Bond

Library Instruction Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown
I'm into lifelong learning, open education, information literacy, and playing around on the internet. That why I became a librarian.



Wednesday November 18, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Boardroom

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