Butler PDD Spring 2022 has ended
Spring PDD has gone Virtual!  This event is sure to be out of this world and will help blast you off into your Spring Semester!  I have included a UPDATED ZOOM LINKS FOR WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY- Please be aware that you can only upon this link with your Butler account.

For help, contact Mission Control!
Mark Jarvis- 323-6262
Magan Bearman- 323-6392
Wendy Deewall- 323-6340
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Monday, January 10 • 2:40pm - 3:40pm
Pedagogy & Textbooks & Equity LIMITED

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Keeping in mind that our students may not be as digitally savvy as we assume, this session will take a slow-motion approach to helping students learn to navigate the various OER offerings they may encounter from discipline to discipline.  Butler students enter the college with diverse levels of prior learning, expectations, and available resources. Our PDX-series classes - required at the beginning of most BCC pathways - aim to level this gap by bringing students' expectations about college in closer alignment with the realities and possibilities of their coursework. Central to its approach are the free, interactive materials housed in the courses' Canvas shells, a virtual "textbook" offering a home-grown alternative variety of OER developed in partnership with EdTech and replicable in various other contexts. This session will review the history of this open resource's development, showcase its newest version, and demonstrate benefits to student success and equity culled over several years of the program's evolving implementation.

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Cory Teubner

Professor of English, PD Lead Instructor
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Mark Jarvis

Director of Faculty Development, Butler Community College

Monday January 10, 2022 2:40pm - 3:40pm CST