Thursday, May 9 • 1:15pm - 1:55pm
Sharing the End of the World: Students' Perception of Their Self-Efficacy in the Creation of Open Access Digital Learning Objects

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Presentation of a case study of a new undergraduate Political Science course in which students create podcasts discussing political issues surrounding various macro- and micro- end-of-the-world scenarios. The podcasts are intended to be used as pedagogical objects in other courses, and otherwise freely available under a Creative Commons license in podcast collections such as iTunes. The study examines the technology required, and student perceptions of their own self-efficacy and satisfaction with their work while knowing that it will be made openly available to others.

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Sarah Hutton

Head, Undergraduate Teaching & Learning Services, University of Massachusetts Amherst
I am a librarian, working on a Ph.D. in higher ED (policy). My research looks at the intersection of student motivation theory and open education/pedagogy; I also research the use (and overuse) of rhetoric in higher education programming and policy. If you are interested in eating... Read More →
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Lisa Di Valentino

Law & Public Policy Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst
I am the Law & Public Policy Librarian at University of Massachusetts Amherst, responsible for all things government and politics. My research interests include copyright law and policy, information privacy, digital literacy, and pedagogy in higher education.

Thursday May 9, 2019 1:15pm - 1:55pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

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