Category: Learning

Asynchronous Student Engagement using Social Annotation

Learning Rebus Community

Open & Online. Post 4 Open & Online was a series of free weekly community gatherings organized by Rebus Community on a theme related to open textbooks as courseware and online collaboration. Participants received a free book on a shared instance of PressbooksEDU courtesy of Pressbooks. This program will not continue, but all resources willKeep reading “Asynchronous Student Engagement using Social Annotation”

Classroom Review (Office Hours Summary)

Learning Office Hours

“Facilitating Classroom Review of Open Textbooks,” a co-presentation with Open Textbook Network, featured three guests with varying perspectives on classroom review—from the theoretical to the applied. Our guests gave us loads to think about, including student reviewer compensation, assessment tools, and how classroom review can be an opportunity for open pedagogy. This month, we wereKeep reading “Classroom Review (Office Hours Summary)”

Reimagining Peer Review (Office Hours Summary)

Learning Office Hours

“Reimagining Peer Review,” a co-presentation with Open Textbook Network, featured four guests who borrow from, disrupt, throw away, and shift elements of traditional peer review. They identified problems and discussed approaches to reimagining peer review. This month, we were joined by Dan Rudmann (Associate Director, Community Outreach, punctum books), Catherine Ahearn (Head of Content, PubPub,Keep reading “Reimagining Peer Review (Office Hours Summary)”

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