March 10: OER Adoption – Student Voices Panel and Campus Faculty Development

February 26, 2016


oew 2016 logoPlease join the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) for a free and open webinar promoting OER Adoption at colleges through structured, public student-faculty dialogues on costs of textbooks and a campus wide faculty development effort to create awareness of existing open educational resources.

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Date: Thur, March 10, 
Time: 10 am PST, 1:00 pm EST

Student Voices Panel:

A panel of students from the Pierce College District in Washington will share their thoughtful public dialogues, co-sponsored by the Center for Engagement & Learning, with faculty about lowering textbook costs through OER.

  • Moderator: Quill West, OER Project Manager, Pierce College District

Campus-wide OER Faculty Development:

Sue Tashjian and Jody Carson co-chairs of the Northern Essex Community College’s (NECC) Textbook Task Force will share how they nurtured a small program on campus to incentivize 5 faculty to adopt OER has grown over the last two years. Through faculty development to help instructors faculty find high-quality open educational resources and additional OER funding, NECC has saved students over $450,000 and growing.

  • Jody Carson, professor and instructional coach in Center for Instructional Technology
  • Sue Tashjian, adjunct CIS faculty and Coordinator of Instructional Technology

Participant Login Information:

No pre-registration is necessary.  Please use the link below on the day of the webinar to login and listen.



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Email: clientservices@cccconfer.org

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  1. […] Webinar featuring Quill and her students from Pierce College District is scheduled for Thurs, Mar 10, at 10amPST/1pm EST. Description and login details now available. […]

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