Session 13C | The OER Equity Blueprint: Work from the Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success Collaborative

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2021-03-12

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Karoff, Rebecca

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This interactive session will introduce participants to the OER Equity Blueprint, developed by the Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success Collaborative. It also will allow participants to delve more deeply into the equity dimensions of OER, including time spent applying the rubric to their own institutional contexts.

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Speaker(s): Dr. Rebecca Karoff Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Texas System Dr. Rebecca Karoff joined the University of Texas System in February 2016 as Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She is responsible for leading and supporting student success initiatives system-wide. Her work addresses the student success continuum, PK-20 and into the workforce, and recognizes the remarkable responsibility and opportunity of the University of Texas System to achieve more equitable access and outcomes for the state's increasingly diverse students. She is the primary architect of the UT System's student success framework, which is focused on student financial well-being, effective advising, and deepening students' sense of academic and social belonging. All of her work is data-informed, equity-minded and quality-driven, and she is interested in expanded approaches to measuring student success. She leads the UT System's momentum-building strategy on OER and also chairs the Equity Work Group of DOERS3, the Driving OER Sustainability for Student Success Collaborative. Moderated by: Judith Sebesta, Executive Director, Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas View recording https://youtu.be/6Agpih5YMl4

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