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Friday, March 3 • 11:45am - 12:45pm
The Good, the Bad and the Disruptive: Leveraging OER for Student Success

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This is an exciting time in education! There are more and more innovative open educational resources [OER] being developed and available for teaching many different subject areas. These provide an alternative to the traditional textbooks and technology from publishing companies. OER offer low or no-cost peer-reviewed materials as well as cutting-edge adaptive and personalized technologies. Findings from a pilot study using the OpenStax psychology textbook coupled with a new personalized and adaptive OER – LRNR - will be presented: the challenges - “the bad” - and the benefits - “the good.” The main websites for new OER will be presented and briefly reviewed; updates and contributions from participants are welcome! I am looking forward to a lively discussion on disrupting “traditional” education to increase both student and faculty success!

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Dr. Nina Dulabaum

Visiting Assistant Professor, Illinois Wesleyan University
Currently Nina is the visiting professor of psychology at Illinois Wesleyan University. Her background includes graduating from Oberlin College and serving in Berlin, Germany as an international volunteer during the East-West divide. There she began conducting seminars on cross-cultural... Read More →


Friday March 3, 2017 11:45am - 12:45pm
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