Exploring epistemic justice in open education.

Series: OKS

OER and Social Justice with Marco Seiferle-Valencia

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OER and Social Justice with Marco Seiferle-Valencia
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In this final episode, I talk with Marco Seiferle-Valencia about his work as an OER librarian and how he has supported faculty in creating low or no-cost materials that have specific social justice goals. He shares how his own positionality impacts the work he does in open and offers a critical perspective on citational practices in open education scholarship.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Here is a list of some of the resources mentioned during the episode:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. 

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast 

I record this podcast on the traditional and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples. 

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License. 

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike LicenseSo you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license. 

Disability-Informed Open Pedagogy with Arley Cruthers and Samantha Walsh

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Disability-Informed Open Pedagogy with Arley Cruthers and Samantha Walsh
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I talk with Arley Cruthers and Samantha Walsh about their experiences as physically disabled instructors and where they see the potential for disability to be a positive disrupter in open education spaces and for students. We discuss the value of difference and making space for diverse bodies and minds, and the assumptions people make about who will be in a space or use a resource.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Here are additional resources to explore:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. 

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast 

I record this podcast on the traditional and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples. 

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License. 

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike LicenseSo you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license. 

Pulling Together – OERs to Indigenize Post-Secondary with Dianne Biin

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Pulling Together - OERs to Indigenize Post-Secondary with Dianne Biin
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I talk with Dianne Biin about a project she led to create a series of open, professional learning guides to support Indigenization in post-secondary institutions. Dianne describes the work and collaboration that went into bringing those guides to fruition and discusses the decision to publish these guides under an open license. She also offers a critical perspective on openness in the context of Indigenous knowledges.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Here are links to the resources mentioned in this episode:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. 

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast 

I record this podcast on the traditional and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples. 

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License. 

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike LicenseSo you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license. 

Student Perspectives on Open and Inclusive Education with Mitali Kamat, Jaime Hilditch, and Caleb Valorozo-Jones

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Student Perspectives on Open and Inclusive Education with Mitali Kamat, Jaime Hilditch, and Caleb Valorozo-Jones
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In this episode, I speak with three students in my inclusive design masters cohort. They share how they arrived at inclusive design and describe their major research projects. We talk about negative and challenging experiences we have had in formal education and explore ways it could be better. Topics discussed include personalized and experiential learning, disability, mental health, grading, and challenges facing international students.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Here are some links and resources:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project.

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast

I record this podcast on the traditional and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples.

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. So you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license.

 

Collaborative and Open Publishing Models with Apurva Ashok and Zoe Wake Hyde

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Collaborative and Open Publishing Models with Apurva Ashok and Zoe Wake Hyde
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In this episode, Apurva Ashok and Zoe Wake Hyde discuss open publishing practices, tools, and processes. They share the work that the Rebus Community is doing to support more collaborative, open, and transparent approaches to OER creation. We discuss some of the ethical and equity considerations that relate to open publishing, the work that goes into successful collaborations, and the power of publishing.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Here are some links and resources:

Here are some of the specific projects they mentioned:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast. 

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License. 

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike LicenseSo you are welcome to share and remix the episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license. 

I record this podcast on the traditional and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, including the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations, and the lands of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples. I am very grateful for the opportunity to live, work, and learn on these lands. 

Leveraging Creative Commons Licenses with Dr. Amy Nusbaum

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Leveraging Creative Commons Licenses with Dr. Amy Nusbaum
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In this episode, Dr. Amy Nusbaum shares projects she led to leverage the permissions of open licenses and adapt an introduction to psychology open textbook to make it more inclusive.  In one project, psychology students provided suggestions on how the textbook could better fit their local context. In the other, Amy leveraged open tools to crowd-source the evaluation of the textbook through the lens of diversity, representation, and inclusion.

We talk about open pedagogy, the importance of support, collaboration, and funding, and the real impact that small changes can have.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Here are some links and resources mentioned in this episode:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. Comments and Hypothes.is are enabled on the website, so if you have thoughts and ideas you want to share, that is a great place to post them.

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast.

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. So you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license.

Epistemic Violence in World History Curriculum with Dr. Tadashi Dozono

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Epistemic Violence in World History Curriculum with Dr. Tadashi Dozono
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In this episode, Dr. Tadashi Dozono shares his research on epistemic violence in world history classrooms and curriculum. We talk about textbooks, standardized curriculum, queer theory, the power of grammar, and allowing students to bring their own ways of knowing into the classroom.

Tadashi Dozono is an assistant professor of history/social science education at California State University Channel Islands. Through cultural studies, ethnic studies, queer theory, and critical theory, Tadashi’s research emphasizes accountability towards the experiences of marginalized students by examining the production of knowledge in high school social studies classrooms.

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation.

Here are some links:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project.

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. So you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license.

Introducing Open Knowledge Spectrums

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Introducing Open Knowledge Spectrums
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Introducing the Open Knowledge Spectrums podcast! A limited-series podcast exploring epistemic justice and knowledge equity in open education.

This first episode introduces Josie, open education, and epistemic justice. It discusses why Josie chose to explore these topics as a podcast and provides brief introductions of all of the great interviews to come!

Read the transcript for this episode and contribute to the conversation at https://knowledgespectrums.opened.ca/.

Resources used to create this episode:

You can learn more about this podcast at knowledgespectrums.opened.ca. On the website, you can find all episodes and transcripts, along with many other resources and information related to this project. Comments and Hypothes.is are enabled on the website, so if you have thoughts and ideas you want to share, that is a great place to post them.

You can connect with me on Twitter @josiea_g and you can tweet about the podcast using the hashtag #OKSPodcast.

I record this podcast on the traditional and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən Peoples, known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples.

The theme song is “Cool Upbeat Hip Hop Piano” by ItsMochaJones on freesound.org and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

This episode is shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. So you are welcome to share and remix this episode, as long as you give credit, provide a link back to the original source, and share any remixed work under the same license.