Overview of OER Programming at The Graduate Center
Open Pedagogy Fellowship – For the past three years, Graduate Center students teaching at the CUNY campuses have participated in the Fellowship, receiving training on how to use, develop, and share open resources.
Breaking Open: An Open Pedagogy Symposium – The Symposium brought together Graduate Center students, library faculty, and students enrolled in MLIS programs, for an all-day event that focused on the intersections of pedagogy, the ethos of “open,” and decolonial perspectives. More information about the Symposium is available here.
Building Open Infrastructure at CUNY – Eight doctoral students wrote detailed guides to the open resources available in their field (Art History, Ethnomusicology, Cultural Anthropology, Early American Literature, Spanish). These texts were published on the Manifold platform, along with companion pieces by Luke Waltzer, Paul Herbert, and Krystyna Michael.
Open Pedagogy Series – The Open Pedagogy Fellows each contributed reflections on their use of open materials, in theory and practice. These pieces are posted on the Graduate Center Library Blog, as well as on this site.
Digtial Course Design and Real World Limits, by Mounira Keghida
Breaking Open: Open Pedagogy as Intentional Interruption, by Allison Cabana
Teaching Dante on the Commons, by Stefania Porcelli
Tools of Technological and Intellectual Change: OER and the Democratization of Knowledge Production by Stefanos Milkidis
Open Resources, Annotated Bibliographies, and the Age of Revolution by Param Ajmera
“You Are Not Neutral”- Reflections on OER Boot Camp by Inés Vañó García
Searching for Open Educational Resources by Sophie O’Manique
Sourcing Openly-Licensed Images by Elizabeth Che
Tools for Teaching History: Open Pedagogy and Archival Resources by Katie Uva
Emily Drabinski’s Critical Pedagogy by By Talisa Feliciano
Thinking Through Open Pedagogy by Jacob Aplaca
Where We Are Now and Where We’ve Been: Open Access and AIDS Activism by Jaime Shearn Coan