Open Educational Resources as a Transformative Pedagogy
2020 current projects:
I'm creating Byzantine art history OER videos collaboratively with Evan Freeman, and here's our Youtube channel, 2Byzantinists: Art History Learning Resources, and have also begun a standalone Youtube channel for other art history videos I've made--enjoy! As part of that work, much of which is shared on Smarthistory, I'm also collaborating on editing and reorganizing the medieval and Byzantine material on Smarthistory.
Here's my guest blog for the Wikipedia Education Foundation, Wikipedia in the Art History Classroom.
My students' research projects often have an OER (definition) component, but I've also contributed to some of the large OERs both as an individual scholar and through my teaching.
A sampling of earlier OER Contributions
The Saylor Foundation: Consultant and Reviewer of their free online course, Art Historical Methodologies, ARTH 301
Khan Academy’s Smarthistory Project: Sample entry on Byzantine manuscript, Paris Psalter