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  1. Aug 2019
  2. Jun 2019
    1. Faculty Learning Community on Open Pedagogy at the University of Alaska Southeast, Spring, 2019.

      This FLC was cancelled. Will reboot for Fall 2019, email j.lamb_at_alaska_dot_edu if you'd like to be notified.

  3. Nov 2018
    1. I respect the work that all of us do in the open — faculty, students, staff — and want to see that work plugged as deeply into the university as the textbook industry used to be.


    2. while we like to scoff at all the mucky-muck bureaucracy around training, budgets, policy and messaging, it’s precisely that stuff that prevents your dream initiative of today morphing into rotting infrastructure of tomorrow. It’s all too easy in this business to end up the new interactive whiteboard — bought one year as the must-have accessory and abandoned the next.

      Good reminder of how essential it is to take time from the evangelism of OER to write and enact some policy to ensure sustainability of our OER efforts.

  4. Oct 2018
    1. broadband access,

      Here's a scenario. In Alaska we're trying to expand access to higher ed by enrolling more and more students from rural areas in e-learning programs. Yet, after all these years, bandwidth considerations are commonly overlooked in terms of instructional design and content selection in these courses.

    2. invisible boundaries

      I've heard this referred to as 'information privilege' which is a concept most students haven't given consideration.

    3. unaware of the invisible walls erected that prevent her from accessing information that might allow her to do her I am work.

      I'm probably jumping the gun on this but consider the way that even the unfiltered internet is essentially filtered by bias introduced by human influenced algorithms, commercialism/advertising, etc. Check out the incredible work of Sofia U Noble on the algorithms of oppresion if you're not familiar. https://safiyaunoble.com/

      Or consider the bias of predictive search suggestions.