Theme: Open Pedagogy, Digital Scholarship, and Open Science
Questions to Ponder
- What struck you from today's vidcast or readings? Any Aha's?
- What is open? How is open both a method and a process?
- How do digital scholarship and open (pedagogy, including educational resources) overlap?
- Why would we want to publish scholarship online for free? Why would we *not* want to publish scholarship online for free? Who might benefit from either?
- What kinds of classroom techniques can we use to integrate and emphasize open practices?
- Where can we integrate and emphasize open practices (like Citizen Science) in our teaching labs and in our research?
- Where does open science meet our current practices?
Readings, Videos, Podcasts, etc.
Minimum participation: DPL Vidcast Episode 4 with Robin DeRosa
Minimum participation: DPL Bonus Episode on Open Science
DeRosa, R. & Jhangiani, R. (2017). Open Pedagogy. In A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students. Rebus Community.
Critical Open Pedagogy with Rajiv Jhangiani (Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast hosted by Bonni Stachowiak, Episode 226)
Hypothes.is Article: Bali, M., Cronin, C., & Jhangiani, R. S. (2020). Framing Open Educational Practices from a Social Justice Perspective. Journal of Interactive Media Education, 2020(1), 1-12.
Everything after this heading constitutes HIGH participation
Resources to Explore
Open Pedagogy Notebook (edited and organized by Robin DeRosa and Rajiv Jhangiani)
The Open Faculty Patchbook (edited and organized by Terry Greene)
Resources for Open Pedagogical Practices in Open Science (curated by Karen Cangialosi)
Gettin' Air: The Open Pedagogy Podcast with @greeneterry (yep, that's Terry Greene's handle on Twitter)
ACE Framework (OPEN CoLab)
Extension Readings, Videos, Podcasts, etc. [THESE ARE SUPER OPTIONAL!]
Cronin, C. (2017). Openness and praxis: Exploring the use of open educational practices in higher education. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(5).
Hodgkinson-Williams, C. A., & Trotter, H. (2018). A social justice framework for understanding open educational resources and practices in the Global South. Journal of Learning for Development - JL4D, 5(3), 204-224.
Stewart, B. (2015 April 13). In Public: The Shifting Consequences of Twitter Scholarship [Online Article]. Hybrid Pedagogy.
An example of a Practicing Open Science page for students (Karen Cangialosi)
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