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Open Up: The Library as a Key Partner in Open Pedagogy

In this workshop, authors Denise Malloy and Sarah Siddiqui (University of Rochester) will share their work from their chapter, "Invitation to Innovation: Transforming the Argument-Based Research Paper to Multimodal Project," in Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student Collaborations

Then, Kim Davies Hoffman (University of Rochester) and Amanda Spence (former SUNY Geneseo student) will discuss the ideas in their chapter, "What If We Were To Go?: Undergraduates Simulate the Building of an NGO from Theory to Practice."

Participants will receive a zoom link to the event once they have registered.

This workshop is part of "Open Up" a series from the authors of Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student ​​​​​​​Collaborations that offers different ways in which faculty, library staff, and students work together to engage and enrich the learning process.

Thursday, January 28 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm

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Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students/Postdocs


River Campus Libraries
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