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Open Pedagogy: Creating Open Educational Resources with Students

Presented by Dr. Clint Peinhardt

In spring 2022, my students wrote the initial fifteen chapters of a textbook on international political economy. That was the beginning but not the end of my open pedagogy experience, which I will summarize in this presentation. Although I hope to expand to other faculty and classes in the future, my initial workflow revolves around a single undergraduate class and its graduate counterpart. Undergraduate students both use and revise the textbook, while graduate students will focus on peer review and authoring more complex theoretical chapters. As part of the discussion, I will cover choosing a platform, progression of assignments, and FERPA waivers. We will save plenty of time to discuss UTD’s future creating OER, including cross-school collaborations and software licensing needs. If you are at all interested in OER, please join us!

Tuesday, February 14, 2023


McDermott Library, MC 2.404

CTL Conference Room

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Lunches provided while supplies last

McDermott Library, CTL Conference Room, MC 2.404

Center for Teaching and Learning

#Open Pedagogy#Educational Resources

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