Faculty, Staff and Student Event / Bridging Open Education and Faculty Development
November 7, 2019
Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is devoting an afternoon to sharing, learning, and showcasing the impact of teaching and learning using Open Education Resources (OERs) and Open Education Practices. The Open Showcase involves a series of presentations and conversations, highlighting the "whys, whats and hows" of open education. The event will showcase the excellent open education work and activities of local partners in BC post-secondary institutions and JIBC.In addition, in the spirit of sharing and learning JIBC faculty, staff and students will share teaching and learning experiences, approaches, practices, and technologies that support teaching and learning– face to face, hybrid and online. The evening event “Sharing Memorable Teaching and Learning Moments” is not limited to OER, but is open to any type of experience that can help support faculty in the quest to provide engaging student experiences and result in student success.
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Register indicating which session you will be attending Oct 15th through to Oct 21st!
Event is free but registration is required! Deadline for registration is October 21, 2019
Registration: Please fill out the registration form at https://forms.gle/MpJ94ZmBz5HcWGBB7
Session 1: Open Education Showcase - 2pm—5pm
Sharing, learning and showcasing the impact of teaching and learning using Open Education Resources (OERs). Presenters will be from JIBC as well as other Lower Mainland post-secondary institutions.
Keynote: Christina Hendricks (UBC) – Getting started with OER: What, Why, and some Mythbusting!
Session 2: “Sharing Memorable Teaching and Learning Moments” – 6pm - 8pm
The evening session will feature JIBC faculty sharing "Memorable Teaching and Learning Moments" - whether F2F, hybrid or online! Both sessions will be well-worth your time in person or virtually!
Please register indicating which session you will be attending.
Keynote: Chad Flinn (BCIT) – The king is dead, long live the king. Bringing students into the teaching process
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Last updated November 6, 2019