Open Education Workshops

 

Workshops for All

NC LIVE is holding workshops around the state to give faculty, instructors, librarians, instructional designers, and distance education staff an introduction to open education in general and the Open Education North Carolina (OENC) initiative.

Registration is free. Attendees will leave with an actionable understanding of the OENC initiative, resources available to them for promotion and adoption, and readiness to apply for a grant.


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Thurs, April 4, 2019 Wayne Community College Goldsboro Librarian/Staff Workshop:
10 AM-12 PM

Faculty Workshop:
1-2:30 PM
Jeanne Hoover, ECU
Caroline Hallam, NC LIVE
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Tues, April 23, 2019 Methodist University Fayetteville Librarian/Staff Workshop:
10 AM-12 PM

Faculty Workshop:
1-2:30 PM
Jeanne Hoover, ECU
Caroline Hallam, NC LIVE
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* The workshops at Southwestern Comunity College in Sylva on March 25 and Robeson Community College in Lumberton on April 3 have been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Full-Day Librarian & Staff Bootcamps


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Fri, March 22, 2019 NC State University Raleigh 9 AM-3 PM Will Cross, NC State University
Jacqueline Solis, UNC-Chapel Hill
Caroline Hallam, NC LIVE
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Want to maximize your open educational resources (OER) advocacy skills? Our OTN-trained facilitators will be hosting a train-the-trainer bootcamp this spring for librarians and staff interested in becoming regional and campus advocates for Open Education North Carolina (OENC).

Learn all about OER and OENC, then discuss issues such as overcoming faculty barriers to entry and setting campus strategy with peers from all over NC. Attendees will leave these full-day workshops ready to host local OER sessions and workshops with a strong knowledge of OER in general and OENC specifically.

Registration is free, includes lunch, and is open to librarians, instructional designers, and distance education staff across the state. Reach out to help@nclive.org with any questions.