Presentations

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2016

2015

  • The state of Open Research and of Research on Open (roundtable with David Kernohan, Vivien Rolfe, Robert Farrow and Tannis Morgan) Opening Up TRU, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia (23 November 2015; invited participant)
  • Faculty attitudes towards OER and open textbooks in British Columbia and Beyond (with Christina Hendricks, Rajiv Jhangiani and Clint Lalonde) OpenEd 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia (19 November 2015)
  • Exploring the Impact of Open Textbooks: Cost savings, Efficacy and Beyond. OpenEd 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia (18 November 2015)
  • Building an Understanding of Open Education: An Overview of the Impact of OER on Teaching and Learning. CALRG, The Open University (UK) (Co-presenter; 16 June 2015)
  • Exploring the Impact of Open Textbooks around the World. BCcampus: Open Textbooks Summit, Vancouver, British Columbia (28 May 2015)
  • Faculty attitudes towards experiences with OER and Open Textbooks (with Rajiv Jhangiani, Christina Hendricks and Jessie Key) BCcampus: Open Textbooks Summit, Vancouver, British Columbia (28 May 2015)
  • OER Research Hub Overview. Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia (26 May 2015, invited speaker)
  • From Theory to Practice: Can Openness Improve the Quality of OER Research? (co-authored with De Los Arcos, B. & Farrow, R.) OER15, Cardiff, UK (April 2015)
  • Distinguishing the dOERs: Faculty use of Open Educational Resources. BCcampus: Open Education Week webinar (10 March 2015)
  • Can Sartre account for the Social and Political in Being and Nothingness? Thinking with Sartre Today… Oxford, UK (30-31 January 2015)

2014

  • OER Research on Open Textbook Adoption and Librarians. CCCOER webinar (10 December 2014)
  • ‘Eyes that Survey the World’: the latest data snapshot from the OER Research Hub (co-authored with De Los Arcos, B. Farrow, R. and Perryman, L-A) OpenEd 2014, Washington DC, USA (20 November 2014)
  • From Theory to Practice: Can Openness Improve the Quality of OER Research? (co-authored with De Los Arcos, B. & Farrow, R.) OpenEd 2014, Washington DC. USA (19 November 2014)
  • Librarians Use and Perceptions of OER (co-authored with Zazani, E. & Graham, N.) OpenEd 2014, Washington DC. USA (19 November 2014)
  • Open Access Week 2014: Open Textbook Research Overview The Open University (UK) (22 October 2014)
  • Open Educational Resources and Efficacy, Nomura, London (9 July 2014)
  • What does it mean to transform the world? Ron Aronson, Hope & Revolution (Ronald Aronson: Keeping Commitment Alive Panel) Diverse Lineages of Existentialism, St Louis, Missouri, USA (21 June 2014)
  • From Theory to Practice: Can Openness Improve the Quality of OER Research? (co-presented with De-Los-Arcos, B. & Farrow, R.) CALRG 2014, IET, The Open University (10 June 2014)
  • The Impact of Open Textbooks on Students and Educators (co-presented with Beckett, M. & Williamson, D.) OER Research Hub webinar (28 May 2014)
  • Spreading the Word! Librarians and Open Educational Resources (co-authored with Zazani, E. & Graham, N.) OER14, Newcastle, UK (April 2014)
  • Efficacy: Are they learning? (Rapid Fire Panel with Denise Domizi & John Hilton III) CNX2014, Houston, Texas, USA (April 2014)

2013

  • From Chrysalis to Butterfly: Lifecycles of an OER Project, OpenEd 2013, Park City, Utah, USA (November 2013)
  • Can Sartre account for the Social and Political in Being and Nothingness? NASS 2013, Windsor, Canada (October 2013)
  • Assessing OER Impact across varied organisations and learners: experiences from the Bridge to Success initiative (co-authored with Coughlan, T (Nottingham), Ebrahimi, N (Anne Arundel) & McAndrew, P. (Open, UK), OER13, The University of Nottingham, UK (March 2013)
  • Open Learning: Bridge to Success, at “Supporting Social Inclusion and Widening Participation with Open Educational Resources” event, (OU (London), February 2013)

2012

  • Scaling up a Bridge to Success! Diverse Audiences and Unexpected Outcomes in Cross-Institutional OER Practice (co-authored with McAndrew, P (Open, UK) and Coughlan, T. (Nottingham)), OpenEd 2012, Vancouver, Canada, 17 October 2012)
  • On ‘Providing Play’: Jean-Paul Sartre and the Question of Authenticity (co-presented with Francis Barton (Gloucestershire), The 26th ICCP World Play Conference, Tallinn, Estonia, June 2012)
  • Learning from Bridge to Success (co-presented with Patrick McAndrew, Patrina Law & Tim Coughlan (Open University), IET TCM, The Open University, May 2012)
  • Have it Your Way: Remixing and Wrapping Open Educational Resources to suit your Learner’s Needs (co-presented with Tim Coughlan (OU), Webinar, January 2012)

2011

  • Bridge to Success: Helping US Community Colleges use OER (co-presented with Patrina Law & Tim Coughlan (OU), OpenOpen, The Open University, December 2011)
  • Two Revolutionaries? (NASS 2011, Montreal, April 2011)
  • Play and Being in John-Paul Sartre’s Being and Nothingness (Philosophy at Play, University of Gloucestershire, April 2011)

2005

  • Sartre: His Ideas 100 years since his birth (Panel with Stathis Kouvelakis, Marxism, London, July 2005)

 

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