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Webinar: Mapping Your OER Journey

Charting Progress, Navigating Challenges, and Building Impact

This webinar is now over. If you would like to sign up we will direct you to the on-demand recording. 

Where is your institution today in your open education journey, and where are you heading next? Whether you’re in early stages or you’ve been supporting open education initiatives for years, this webinar provides an opportunity to pause and reflect on the bigger picture of what you’re aiming to accomplish and how to get there.

In this webinar you’ll be invited to:

  • Plot your progress using a new open education initiative planning model informed by work with hundreds of institutions over 10+ years
  • Deepen your understanding of what to consider as your initiative develops through stages of maturity
  • Learn with seasoned experts how to navigate growing pains as you build open education projects that deliver lasting impact

Meet the Panelists

Learn more about the open education experts joining us on February 7th. 

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Abbey Elder

Abbey Elder is the Open Access & Scholarly Communication Librarian for ISU, where she manages campus initiatives for open access and open education. In addition to her institutional work, Abbey serves as the Statewide Open Education Coordinator for the Board of Regents on the Iowa Open Education Action Team, where she collaborates with colleges to develop and assess programs that support open education across the state of Iowa.

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Ariana Santiago

Ariana Santiago is the Head of Open Education Services at the University of Houston Libraries, where she provides leadership and strategy for open education, including supporting the adoption and creation of open educational resources and advancing open pedagogy. Ariana has published, presented, and contributed professional service in the areas of open educational resources, information literacy, and library outreach.

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Jonathan Lashley

Jonathan Lashley is Academic Technology Program Manager for the Idaho State Board of Education and coordinates open education initiatives across the Gem State. He is a co-editor and -author of OER: A Field Guide for Academic Librarians, a reviewer for the International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, and an advisor to postsecondary leaders across the United States regarding topics in technology-enhanced teaching and learning. 

The Open Education Maturity Model is a framework for understanding how open education initiatives develop. It takes into consideration the goals, mindsets and essential questions to consider from early awareness-building through measuring and expanding sustained impact.

This planning model was developed by Pressbooks in consultation with institutional partners and informed by work supporting hundreds of organizations engaged in open education projects.

In this session, attendees will place themselves on the maturity model and consider the progression of their initiatives.

Open Education Maturity Model