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Indigenous Knowledges and Open Education

Last week was #OEWeek22, and I was fortunate to attend some really interesting events discussing open practices. However, I wanted to highlight one event in this blog post that really opened my thinking. It included a panel from the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Library on Indigenous Knowledges and Open Education. The panel problematized open education for prioritizing […]

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OER Commons for Educators

As Abbey Elder and Stacy Katz point out in their chapter, Repositories and Tools in The OER Starter Kit Workbook, it’s clear there are many tools and repositories for finding open content. So, how do you know where to turn? My advice is to identify resources that support your needs. For example, Unsplash provides images […]

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Intersections of Social Justice and Open Pedagogy

This past week, my “Open 4 Social Justice” class reflected on Lambert’s (2018) social justice aligned definition of open education. Discussion ensued about critically examining open educational practices from the lenses of redistributive justice, recognitive justice, and representational justice, with a question posed about which of these is the most important? While we all tended […]

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