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    About the Editors

    Kimberly Davies Hoffman Twitter: @kdhoffman ORCID: Kimberly Davies Hoffman serves as the University of Rochester’s Head of Outreach, Learning, and Research Services at the River Campus Libraries. With interests in engaging pedagogy, instructional design, assessment, and creating professional development opportunities, she has been a founding member for programs like LILAC, the 3Ts, and RYSAG. Read more »


    Many of us who work with Open Pedagogy today have come into the conversations not only through an interest in the historical arc of the scholarship of teaching and learning, but also by way of Open Education, and specifically, by way of Open Educational Resources (OERs). OERs are educational materials that are openly-licensed, usually with Read more »

    Resources Used in the Making of this Book

    Open Pedagogy Approaches drew upon the tradition and resources of other open scholarly book publishers, including BCCampus OpenEd, Open SUNY Textbooks, and Rebus Community. In the spirit of paying it forward, we wish to share the materials that helped us along the way. These are also available on our Rebus Community Project Home Page. Call Read more »

    A 2-for-1 Deal: Earn Your AA While Learning About Information Literacy Using OER

    Authors Mary Lee Cunill, Florida State College at Jacksonville Sheri A. Brown, Florida State College at Jacksonville Tia Esposito, Florida State College at Jacksonville Project Overview Institution: Florida State College at Jacksonville Institution Type: public, community college, 4-year, undergraduate Project Discipline: Public Speaking Project Outcome: OER-Based AA Degree, Information Literacy Course Lessons and Stand-Alone Course Tools Read more »

    Building a Collection of Openly Licensed Student-Developed Videos

    Author Ashley Shea, Cornell University Project Overview Institution: Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Institution Type: public, statutory, land-grant, undergraduate, postgraduate Project Discipline: Agriculture Project Outcome: student-produced videos Tools Used: LibGuides, iMovie, OpenShot, Institutional Repository Resources Included in Chapter: Resource Guide Assignment Rubric Teaching Materials Sample Release Form Introduction Proponents of open access Read more »

    Whose History?: Expanding Place-Based Initiatives Through Open Collaboration

    Authors Sean D. Visintainer, California State University San Marcos Stephanie R. Anckle, Ph.D., Marietta College Kristen M. Weischedel, Illinois Institute of Technology Project Overview Institution: The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Institution Type: public, research, undergraduate, postgraduate Project Discipline: Education Project Outcome: place-based lesson plan repository Tools Used: Omeka, Wayback Machine Resources Included in Read more »

    Open Pedagogical Practices to Train Undergraduates in the Research Process: A Case Study in Course Design and Co-Teaching Strategies

    Authors Stephanie N. Lewis, Ph.D., Virginia Tech Anne M. Brown, Virginia Tech Amanda B. MacDonald, M.S.L.S., M.A., Virginia Tech Project Overview Institution: Virginia Tech Institution Type: public, research, land-grant, undergraduate, postgraduate Project Discipline: Information and Data Literacy Project Outcome: student-created research proposals and digital poster sessions Tools Used: Institutional Repository Resources Included in Chapter: Course Syllabus Grading Rubric Read more »

    Invitation to Innovation: Transforming the Argument-Based Research Paper to Multimodal Project

    Authors Denise G. Malloy, J.D., Ed.D., University of Rochester Sarah Siddiqui, University of Rochester Project Overview Institution: University of Rochester Institution Type: private, research, undergraduate, graduate Project Discipline: Academic Writing Project Outcome: public student research presentations Tools Used: ACRL Framework, Design Thinking, LibGuides Resources Included in Chapter: Course Learning Objectives Course Description Course Syllabus and Schedule Read more »

    Open Pedagogy Big and Small: Comparing Open Pedagogy Efforts in Large and Small Higher Education Settings

    Authors Shanna Hollich, Wilson College Jacob Moore, Penn State Mont Alto Project Overview Project Discipline: Open Pedagogy Programs Project Outcome: Research Study and Program Analysis Tools Used: Resources Included in Chapter: Interview Protocol Introduction As Rajiv Jhangiani noted recently, open education is now in its “adolescent” years (Jhangiani, 2017b). In 2016, both the Creative Read more »

    Adapting Open Educational Course Materials in Undergraduate General Psychology: A Faculty-Librarian-Student Partnership

    Authors Dennis E. Schell, The George Washington University Dorinne E. Banks, The George Washington University Neringa Liutikaite, The George Washington University Project Overview Institution: The George Washington University Institution Type: private, research, undergraduate, postgraduate Project Discipline: Psychology Project Outcome: Student Feedback Survey and Impact Analysis Tools Used: OpenStax Resources Included in Chapter: Student Survey Questionnaire Faculty Read more »