Educational Programs

Implementing Open Educational Practices: Prince George’s Community College

Victoria Taylor is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) in Largo, Maryland. Jeffrey Potter is PGCC Interim Director – Library & Learning Resources, and together the two have teamed up to implement an OEP pilot study in eight sections of Psychology 1010. Their goal: to close the gap in student readiness for reading, understanding, and conducting research in general psychology courses.

Posted on 8/16/23

Implementing Open Educational Practices: Iowa State University

The team from Iowa State University pairs Abbey Elder, Open Access & Scholarly Communication Librarian, and Sayali Kukday, Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology. Abbey and Sayali are currently implementing OEP in an online, asynchronous STEM course, Biology 313: Principles of Genetics, with approximately 150 students enrolled.

Posted on 5/8/23

Implementing Open Educational Practices: Athens Technical College

In fall 2022, the Open Education Network (OEN) selected 15 teams to participate in the initial cohort of the Certificate in Open Educational Practices (OEP). Now in the home stretch, the 2022-23 teams are implementing their action plans at higher education institutions throughout the U.S. We’re catching up with a few for a glimpse of their resourcefulness and key takeaways.

Posted on 3/29/23

The OEN Selects OEP Certificate Participants

Fifteen teams (one librarian and one faculty per team) have been named to take part in the program and collaborate to create accessible, inclusive, and student-centered teaching practices.

Posted on 9/2/22