Tuesday, February 25, 2020
12:15 – 1:30 pm Pacific / 3:15 – 4:30 pm Eastern
Online via Zoom
Co-facilitated by Joelle Mellon, Research & Instruction Librarian (MIIS) and Kellam Ayers, Circulation Services Coordinator, Reserves (College)
In this session, Middlebury librarians will explore with participants the range of digital resources available to support faculty and students in hybrid and online courses, including the role that Open Educational Resources (OER) can play in addressing cost and access issues related to course materials. The session will also address the benefits of partnering with librarians in conversations about digital resources and course content early in the design process.
About the Teaching Online & Hybrid Conversation Series
Since Fall 2018, the Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ) has convened a conversation series for faculty to explore and address pedagogical and technical issues related to teaching and learning online. As Middlebury moves into more hybrid and online learning opportunities, these conversations will help to prepare faculty to take advantage of these opportunities, while ensuring that we are designing courses and programs that reflect our unique values and approaches to learning. You can find information and artifacts from earlier events in the conversation series archived on our Teaching Hybrid & Online page.