Presentation Title

How California's Public Systems Can Collaborate to Improve Teaching and Learning Through Open Education

Location

King Library 225/229

Start Date

25-10-2013 9:15 AM

End Date

25-10-2013 10:15 AM

Description

California has led the way in the use and reuse of open educational resources. In a variety of projects, from open textbooks to open repositories to open curriculum, California has pointed the way forward for others around the country and around the globe. Sadly, this has not always translated into cross-system pollination. This panel, composed of the leaders of open education in the three public systems, UC, CSU, and CCC, will explore how we can deploy our resources strategically to support teaching and learning at our de facto interconnected systems. From these initial comments, and with audience participation, the panel will address strategic concerns: how do we organize to ensure that California higher education is both efficient and effective? How do we create an open ecosystem of content, courses, and curriculum that supports instruction while encouraging innovation and adaptation to specific audiences?

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How California's Public Systems Can Collaborate to Improve Teaching and Learning Through Open Education

King Library 225/229

California has led the way in the use and reuse of open educational resources. In a variety of projects, from open textbooks to open repositories to open curriculum, California has pointed the way forward for others around the country and around the globe. Sadly, this has not always translated into cross-system pollination. This panel, composed of the leaders of open education in the three public systems, UC, CSU, and CCC, will explore how we can deploy our resources strategically to support teaching and learning at our de facto interconnected systems. From these initial comments, and with audience participation, the panel will address strategic concerns: how do we organize to ensure that California higher education is both efficient and effective? How do we create an open ecosystem of content, courses, and curriculum that supports instruction while encouraging innovation and adaptation to specific audiences?