ATI 2018 Sessions

Wednesday
8:30 am to 8:45 am

Formal Welcome to ATI 2018

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Welcome, introduction, and logistics. #USNHshare will be used by staff, ambassadors, and other attendees to live tweet and capture the ATI experience. Please use this hashtag when tweeting! @USNHopened will be used for ATI details, photos, and live tweeting ATI. Please follow this handle! Read More
Wednesday
8:45 am to 9:45 am

Keynote by Alexis Clifton

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Executive Director of SUNY OER Services, Alexis Clifton, ​will deliver a keynote presentation about the foundations of Open Education. Clifton will speak of the current state of Open, the faculty and student empowerment that comes from progressively opening the classroom, and what most Open-successful faculty have in common. Read More
Wednesday
9:45 am to 10:15 am

Icebreaker: "Charting our Connections"

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Attendees will begin physically charting their network as it grows throughout ATI. Read More
Wednesday
10:15 am to 11:00 am

Collaborative Proposal Review

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Ambassadors will review their current proposals with their institutional cohort. Using formal goals & milestones as guidelines, ambassadors will plan their ATI experience to guide them through the development of their proposal. Read More
Wednesday
11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Student Panel

(Location: Squamscott Room)
The session will begin with a brief video: "USNH Open Education Student Perspectives." Student panelists will share how Open Education has positively shaped their learning, education, and financial situations. Audience questions will be welcomed. Read More
Wednesday
1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Backwards Design with Open Pedagogy:

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Participants will identify one course objective from a course of their choosing, and apply backwards design principles to identify appropriate assessments, activities, and open resources for that objective. Opportunities for Open Pedagogy projects will be evaluated. Participants will leave with a personalized rubric for evaluating OER course materials, a module map with all OER and assessment content identified, and a workflow for transitioning additional course modules to OER as desired. Read More
Wednesday
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Breakout Sessions: Working in the Open

(Location: Squamscott Room)
UNH, PSU, and KSC librarians will offer breakout sessions on the topics of Copyright & Open Access, Copyright & Creative Commons, and Platforms & Practices for Student OER-Creation. Attendees will choose one session to attend, and then gather as a group to discuss. Read More
Wednesday
6:15 pm to 7:30 pm

Speed-Date Networking

(Location: Paul College Court Yard)
This fast-paced session will provide attendees with opportunities to network in a speed-dating format, while sharing their Open Education project ideas and experiences with technology in the classroom, and engaging in dialogue about OE advocacy. Dessert & cash bar will be available. Read More
Wednesday
Thursday
8:30 am to 8:45 am

Individual Project Reflection

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Consider project changes & current needs with staff. Read More
Thursday
8:45 am to 9:30 am

Pedagogy & Technology Skills: "Preparing to Teach with Open"

(Location: Squamscott Room)
This session will involve mini-presentations about identifying OER, as well as past-ambassador showcases of OER-focused syllabi and student-generated OER. Ambassador groups will have hands-on opportunities with these topics. Read More
Thursday
9:45 am to 10:25 am

Pedagogy & Technology Skills: "Creating, Implementing, and Sharing"

(Location: Squamscott, Piscataqua, Cocheco, Bellamy Rooms)
In project proposal themed groups, ambassadors will meet with staff facilitators and discuss OER and Open Pedagogy strategies to implement in their courses. Topics include: Finding OER, Student-Created Content, Creating/ Incorporating OER, and Open Thinking. Read More
Thursday
10:30 am to 11:15 am

Pedagogy & Technology Skills: "Advancing Open Pedagogy"

(Location: Squamscott, Piscataqua, Cocheco, Bellamy Rooms)
Ambassadors may select from various pedagogy/ technology stations that will be set up for demos and Q&A. Topics include: Digital Identity & Student Domains, Professional Learning Networks, Student-Created Syllabi, Collaborative Open Annotation, Adapting Existing Materials into OER, and Collaborative Writing/ Discussion. Read More
Thursday
11:30 am to 12:00 pm

Institution Project Planning

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Project reflection & refinement. Institution-specific support staff available. Read More
Thursday
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Birds of a Feather Lunch

(Location: Squamscott, Piscataqua, Cocheco, Bellamy Rooms)
All will participate in lively lunchtime discussions based on attendee-suggested themes. Read More
Thursday
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Advocacy Keynote

(Location: Squamscott Room)
  USNH-KSC Open Education Faculty Fellow and Professor and Chair of Biology at KSC, Karen Cangialosi, will discuss her personal Open Education advocacy journey, as well as the current state of Open Education advocacy across USNH. Read More
Thursday
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Institution Advocacy Meetings

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Ambassadors will reflect on their role as an institutional advocate for Open Education in the next academic year. They will work with their institutional cohorts to come up with an Advocacy Action Plan. Read More
Thursday
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Wrap Up & Evaluations

(Location: Squamscott Room)
Wrap Up, Evaluations and Preparing for the January Gathering. Read More
Thursday