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Student Involvement in OER Creation, Evaluation, and Review, Sociology Students, Eastern Connecticut State University

Student Involvement in OER Creation, Evaluation, and Review, Sociology Students, Eastern Connecticut State University

Overview

Students offer unique voices, informed perspective, and meaningful contributions to course experiences; and their involvement will improve their own sense of belonging and outcomes.

Presented at Digital Learning Summit, July 2022

Session from Digital Learning Summit

Nicolas Simon, Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Maya Vanderberg

Safa Danesh

Emma James Burke

Jean Rienzo

Tyler Fairbanks

Eastern Connecticut State University

Students offer unique voices, informed perspective, and meaningful contributions to course experiences; and their involvement will improve their own sense of belonging and outcomes.

Student Involvement in OER Creation, Evaluation, and Review Transcript

Student Involvement in OER Creation, Evaluation, and Review, Nicolas Simon, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Eastern Connecticut State University, Maya Vanderberg, Student, Eastern Connecticut State University, Safa Danesh, Student, Eastern Connecticut State University, Emma James Burke, Student, Eastern Connecticut State University, Jean Rienzo, Student, Eastern Connecticut State University, and Tyler Fairbanks, Student, Eastern Connecticut State University