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Open pedagogies and resources are enabling faculty to reduce barriers to learning by opening their classrooms, developing new educational resources, and contributing their efforts to public knowledge. When an instructor creates open educational resources or opens their educational practices, they are, in effect, publishing their teaching. Tenure and promotion committees are starting to recognize these efforts and, since 2016, the UBC Senior Appointments Committee (SAC) Guide to Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Procedures at UBC (pdf) included contributions to open educational resources and repositories as a possible criteria for evidence of educational leadership for those instructors in UBC’s educational leadership stream.
Join us for a POSE round table discussion with UBC faculty members and open education leaders who will discuss their experiences, including challenges and successes, in representing their open education work for tenure and promotion. Learn how these instructors are documenting, measuring impact, and promoting their open educational efforts.
- Christina Hendricks (Moderator), Professor of Teaching, Philosophy; Academic Director, CTLT
- Elisa Baniassad, Associate Professor of Teaching, Computer Science; Deputy Academic Director, CTLT
- Amanda Coolidge, Executive Director, BCcampus
- Agnes d’Entremount, Associate Professor of Teaching, Mechanical Engineering
- Jonathan Ichikawa, Professor and Department Head, Philosophy
- Maja Krzic, Associate Professor, Applied Biology; Forest and Conservation Sciences
- Georg Rieger, Associate Professor of Teaching, Physics & Astronomy; Vantage College
- Oral Robinson, Lecturer and Honours Chair, Sociology
Please note that this session is being offered as part of the Program for Open Scholarship and Education (POSE), but is open to everyone.
POSE is a four-month flexible and blended program jointly presented by the UBC Open Working Group, the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology and UBC Library. The program will help educators gain foundational knowledge of open scholarship, open education, and open research. Register for POSE here.