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Wednesday, October 17 • 10:30am - 11:15am
Glitz, Glamor and Going Open: Lessons from the Open Course Librarians

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Participants in this session will interact with courses designed through the Open Course Library (OCL) project. Our emphasis will be demonstrating how librarians influence the creation of the OCL courses. Our panel of OCL librarians will share our expertise on supporting instructors in all discipline areas with diverse needs in finding, using and releasing open education resources. Topics will include: integrating librarians into OER writing/adoption processes, the role of information literacy in open education, engaging a diverse team in the OER creation process and advocating for open education among librarians. Attendees should expect a lively conversation with the panel of expert librarians.

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Shireen Deboo

I'm a community college librarian with a background in housing, human services, community organizing and community development. I'm interested in bringing libraries to the center of the open education movement.

Tria Skirko

Librarian, Wenatchee Valley College
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Quill West

OER Project Director, Tacoma Community College
Librarian, Administrator | I am the OER Project Director at Tacoma Community College and I believe that adopting, adapting and accessing OER empowers faculty, students and administrations to grow educational opportunities. I've been a user, a pusher, a creator and a teacher of OER. (From the College Open Textbooks Community)

Wednesday October 17, 2012 10:30am - 11:15am
C680 - HSBC Hall

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