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Review Frameworks and Instruments, Anthony Palmiotto, Director of Products, OpenStax

Review Frameworks and Instruments, Anthony Palmiotto, Director of Products, OpenStax

Overview

Review processes — whether they involve faculty peers, topic-specific experts, or students — can be essential aspects to course materials development. They offer different perspectives, validate or invalidate assumptions, and nearly always lead to improvements. Reviews also convey a level of confidence for others seeking to adopt OER and other materials for their courses. In this session, we will discuss several strategies, best practices, and potential pitfalls of review instrument creation, deployment, and processing. We will also focus on ways to give and receive strong feedback, and options for recruiting reviewers and sharing reviews.

Presented at Digital Learning Summit, July 2022

Session from Digital Learning Summit

Anthony Palmiotto

Director of Products, OpenStax at Rice University

Review processes — whether they involve faculty peers, topic-specific experts, or students — can be essential aspects to course materials development. They offer different perspectives, validate or invalidate assumptions, and nearly always lead to improvements. Reviews also convey a level of confidence for others seeking to adopt OER and other materials for their courses. In this session, we will discuss several strategies, best practices, and potential pitfalls of review instrument creation, deployment, and processing. We will also focus on ways to give and receive strong feedback, and options for recruiting reviewers and sharing reviews.