B.C. is launching a first-of-its-kind program: a tuition- and textbook-cost–free program for adult basic education (ABE). More than 30 open educational resources (OER) have been created and adapted over the past two and a half years to support learners in this program. In this webinar, faculty will showcase their work and share how they approached the development of their OER. You’ll hear about and see the design considerations that went into building, writing, and adapting these resources from the ABE instructors who created them. They will talk about how their student-focused approach allowed them to create rich resources that benefit both students and faculty.
Christine Miller, assistant teaching professor, University and Employment Preparation, Thompson Rivers University
Leanne Caillier-Smith, UACE faculty and education advisor, College of the Rockies
Izabela Mazur, assistant teaching professor, University and Employment Preparation, Thompson Rivers University
Mary Shier, UACE faculty and education advisor, College of the Rockies
Shantel Ivits, Department Head, Basic Education at Vancouver Community College
This event is free. To ensure we have an inclusive and welcoming environment for all, we’ve added registration to all our sessions.
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