Contribution to a Book
Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student Collaborations
Kimberly Davies Hoffman and Alexis Clifton
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In this paper we discuss the application of open pedagogical strategies in a library session for undergraduate students. I, Mantra Roy, was then the humanities librarian at the River Campus Libraries at the University of Rochester. Dr. Bette London of the English department was teaching the course Making Modernism New Again in Spring 2017. My colleague, Joe Easterly, the digital humanities librarian, worked with the platform, CommentPress, that enabled our implementation of open pedagogical practices. By enabling students to gain agency in their own learning and by using literary texts in the public domain, we adopted open pedagogy in praxis.
Roy, M., Easterly, J., & London, B. (2020). Reading British modernist texts: A case in open pedagogy. In K. D. Hoffman and A. Clifton, (Eds.), Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student Collaborations (pp. II, 7-16). Retrieved from: https://tinyurl.com/OpenPedApproaches
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