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Tuesday, November 26 • 13:00 - 13:45
OER Adoption and Creation through Faculty-Library Collaboration

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The poster will present the open education practice in undergraduate Introduction to Sociology for non-sociologist class at the American University of Central Asia. This is the second phase of library-faculty collaboration to implement OER.

The students were encouraged to develop their own content as OER, which further will be used for this course in the following semesters. Based on their interest, students create their own content to reflect on societal issues in the country through their final projects, which will include both written and visual material. These projects are intended to apply the knowledge students were able to attain in the classroom in practice through analyzing certain sites in the city they live in. Then with the help of librarians, student authored content was presented as OER, allowing creation of an additional learning resource which will be further utilized for this course. For this project, we used Pressbook platform, which allows creating OER in multiple formats. This is our first experience of engaging students to create OER. Students were able to consider and select from different formats to present their content; learn basics of instructional design which is needed to create OER; participate in peer-review to improve OER;
And engage in active learning. The project helped provide opportunities for deep and active learning through open pedagogy approach. Students are also engaged in co-learning, as this project requires collaboration, review and feedback of peers’ works.

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Jyldyz Bekbalaeva

Library, American University of Central Asia
Jyldyz Bekbalaeva is Director of the Library at American University of Central Asia, where she manages library services and resources. Jyldyz is currently a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Georgetown University, working on such topics as information literacy, instructional technology... Read More →

Aisuluu Namasbek Kyzy

American University of Central Asia

Tuesday November 26, 2019 13:00 - 13:45 CET
BL28 open space