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Fairfield University | Graduate School of Education & Allied Professionals
Open Educational Resources and the Classroom

Thursday, October 12, 2017
5 - 7 p.m.
Alumni House, Fairfield University
Space is limited. Pizza and light refreshments provided.

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Join Matt Bernstein and Barbara Ghilardi, reference and instruction librarians, and Jeremiah Mercurio, senior reference librarian and instruction coordinator, at the DiMenna-Nyselius Library at Fairfield University for an interactive workshop that will introduce the concept of Open Educational Resources (OER) and its impact on the classroom.

Participants will learn about OER, its different formats and how such resources can be integrated into lesson plans, and the value for students. Time will be dedicated to identifying content for your classes. We will also discuss statewide initiatives including Connecticut’s recent commitment to the #GoOpen campaign.

This workshop is ideal for all k-12 educators.

Future Workshops

November 16: The Self-Care Imperative
December 14: Can I Really Adapt That?: Accommodations and Modifications for Diverse Learners

January 18: Child Mental Health and the Classroom: What Every Educator Should Know
February 15: Fast and Easy Digital Publishing for the Mobile Age
March 15: Elementary Classroom Writing Instruction
April 19: Inquiry in the Social Studies Classroom

Workshops are sponsored by the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions (GSEAP) at Fairfield University.

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