In the spirit of openness and transparency in educational research, we've provided access to our session materials, including papers, power points, data, and our unfolding thoughts about open educational research and open educational resources ahead of the session itself. Please use the links on the sidebar to navigate our session materials. We look forward to broadening this discussion with attendees at our symposium:

Open educational research:
Investigations of literacy practices modified across path, place, time, and pace

Friday, December 2, 10:30am to 12:00pm
Omni Nashville, Level 4, Bass

P. David Pearson, University at California, Berkeley
Elfrieda Hiebert, TextProject
David Reinking, Clemson University

Katarina Silvestri, University at Buffalo

Hiller Spires, North Carolina State University
Casey Medlock, North Carolina State University
Sue Ringler Pet, Sacred Heart University
Stephanie Loomis, Georgia State University
Neil Hasser, University of California, Berkeley
W. Ian O’Byrne, College of Charleston
Michelle Schira Hagerman, University of Ottawa
Heather Woods, University of Ottawa
Raúl Alberto Mora, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
Greg McVerry,
Southern Connecticut State University