Open Pedagogy

3 Student Contributors

Working with student contributors requires thoughtful and deliberate planning. Faculty and students don’t share equal power in the classroom, so requiring students to openly license content can be complicated since a student may find it difficult to say no. For additional considerations around student contributors and open pedagogy refer to A Guide to Making Open Textbooks with Students.

In addition, there are both copyright and FERPA considerations when students are involved in creating OER projects. Consider adapting a template before beginning a project with students. Here are examples:


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