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Wednesday, April 20

10:00am CDT

Searching for the Why: A Discussion with Faculty about OER Inspirations and Processes
Transitioning to using Open Educational Resources (OER) is a time-consuming and labor-intensive project. Student textbook savings is considered the most important impact, but for many instructors, the “why” of their transition to OER is more nuanced. Hear from three faculty members at Texas Woman’s University as they discuss their inspiration for transitioning to using or creating OER, and the processes that made the change easier for them and their students.

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Mandy Stewart

Professor, Texas Woman's University
Mandy Stewart is the author of two books on teaching adolescent ELs, Keep it R.E.A.L.! Relevant, Engaging, and Affirming Literacy for Adolescent English Learners and Understanding Adolescent Immigrants: Moving toward and Extraordinary Discourse for Extraordinary Youth. Co-presenters... Read More →
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Stephanie Evans

Assistant Professor & PNP Program Coordinator, Texas Woman's University
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Clinical Associate Professor, Texas Woman's University
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Amanda Zerangue

Associate Dean of Public Services, University of North Texas

Wednesday April 20, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CDT
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