This calendar will help you to keep track of activities and assignments and will help you to progress through the course.
Modules in this course may be completed at your own pace, but to facilitate conversation, it is suggested that you follow the schedule below.
Please notice that guest speakers will focus on a specific topic. So, in order to make the best use of their time and to get your questions answered effectively, you should participate in the live session only after completing the accompanying module. All live sessions will be recorded for later viewing in case you are unable to attend.
|Date / Time||Event / Module|
|Oct. 6 - 8||Course Introduction|
|Oct. 6 Recorded||Course Introduction: Royce Kimmons|
|Oct. 9 - 11||The Ethic of Open|
|Oct. 13 - 15||Digital Citizenship|
|Oct. 15 Recorded||Guest Speaker: Jim Groom on "Digital Citizenship and Openness"|
|Oct. 16 - 18||Practicality of Open [A]|
|Oct. 20 - 22||Brief History of Copyright [A]|
|Oct. 20 Recorded||Guest Speaker: Georgia Harper on "Copyright in Education"|
|Oct. 23 - 25||Public Domain|
|Oct. 27 - 29||Copyleft and Creative Commons|
|Oct. 28 Recorded||Guest Speaker: George Veletsianos on "Challenges of Open"|
|Oct. 30 - Nov. 1||Open Content Providers|
|Nov. 3 - 5||Attribution Quick Reference Guide|
|Nov. 6 - 8||Find and Share Resources [A]|
|Nov. 10 - 12||Share a Remixed Creation [A]|
|Nov. 13 - 15||Final Reflections [A]|
|Nov. 17 Recorded||Guest Speaker: Scott Cook on "OER and Curricular Review at the State Level"|
|Dec. 10||Last Day to Submit Assignments|
[A] Denotes that an assignment should be completed as part of the module.