Track Session Type

Creation: OER Creation & Management, Copyright, Licensing, and CC101, Instructional Design and Ed Tech for OER, Open Pedagogy

Presentation Type

Panel Presentation

OER Level of Expertise

Beginner

Audience

Faculty, Librarian, instructional designer

Session Title

Hy-Flip Blend: Composing Hybrid Pedagogies On-the-fly

Session Abstract

The origin story of a curriculum grounded in Anti-Racist Assessment Ecologies (Innoue) and Open Pedagogy, offering hybrid/hyflex architecture using OER. A Hy-Flip Blend. Participants will at every stage of the story use online polling to grasp WHAT/HOW Hy-Flip Blend works, entertaining each other with alternate endings to this unfinished story.

Objectives of the Session

Participants will

assess the balance of structure and freedom for faculty and students involved in visioning, structuring, implementing and participating in a Hy-Flip Blend curriculum and pedagogy.

Full Description of the Session

What do you get when you start a campus-wide digital literacy initiative; add an inaugural Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity; and offer support to pilot Open Educational Resources to the First- and Second-Year Composition Director?

A Composition curriculum grounded in Anti-Racist Assessment Ecologies (Innoue) and Open Pedagogy, offered in a hybrid/hyflex architecture using OER. A Hy-Flip Blend.

This is the story of a small diversified private university on the edge: multivocal, involving players taking risks, collaborating, and experimenting, on-the-fly.

The Library director sets the scene and introduces the characters: the securing of a multi-year digital literacy grant training 3 cohorts of faculty, full- and part-time, a hair before the pandemic began.

The inaugural Center for Teaching and Learning Director/Digital Media Design Coordinator/Faculty offers the structural platform for the story where students and faculty seamlessly shift between synchronous and asynchronous, able to learn in real-time, in person or remote, anytime from anywhere.

The Composition Director, early adopter of open pedagogy, anti-racist assessment, and digital literacy, invites Composition Instructors only two months before the Spring 2022 semester to collaborate and “write the story,” to vision, build, and pilot the curriculum.

The Veteran Part-time Instructor explains just how piloting an OER text fits/not with the Hy-Flip Blend and importantly whether it works for Second-Year Composition students.

Beginner through advanced participants will at every stage of the story use online polling to grasp WHAT/HOW the Hy-Flip Blend works, meet in breakouts to compose alternate endings to this unfinished story, and assess the work.

Special Zoom Requests

Breakout rooms

Presenter Bios

Name: Zan Walker-Goncalves

Email: goncalvesz@franklinpierce.edu

Phone: 617.997.7284

Zan Walker-Goncalves received their Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric from University of Massachusetts, Amherst and is Associate Professor and Director of First- and Second-Year Composition at Franklin Pierce University. They are a member of second cohort of the university-wide digital literacy initiative. As an active member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council, in its many iterations over the last two decades, Zan has worked across the curriculum with colleagues and undergraduates to research how and why DEI is central to all programs at the institution. Zoom Cross-Atlantic is a semester-long project that connects students at Franklin Pierce University with students at the American University in Cairo. This project is in its second semester and explores writing, rhetoric, and digital literacy in an intercultural context. Zan’s publications include Sexuality and the Politics of Ethos in the Writing Classroom (SIUP).

Presenter 2

Name: Paul Jenkins

Email: jenkinsp@franklilnpierce.edu

Phone:

Paul Jenkins received his MLS from the University of Wisconsin in 1987 and has been a library director for the last twenty-seven years. He has also served as an instructor on a regular basis over the years, teaching courses on Charles Dickens, Collection Development, Information Retrieval, and the Beatles. During his career Jenkins has led and organized numerous large-scale projects. These include integrating the IT Help Desk into library services, creating and leading a campus-wide information literacy learning community, and helping to revise an existing shared governance structure. At his former institution, Jenkins also twice served as chair of the executive committee of faculty assembly (President of the faculty) and was selected one year as its outstanding scholar. He was chosen as the New York Times Librarian of the Year in 2006. Jenkins has published four books and nineteen articles that cover music and librarianship.

Presenter 3

Name: Chris Previte

Email: previtec@franklinpierce.edu

Phone:

Christopher Previte is an Associate Professor of Digital Media Design and the Director for Teaching and Learning at Franklin Pierce University. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a Master of Fine Arts from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Christopher has taught and developed many courses including Data Visualization; UX, Web and Mobile Design; Digital Storytelling; Audio and Video for the Web; Visual Literacy; and Digital Illustration and Image Creation. He is an artist, designer, writer, and photographer who has enjoyed working creatively for over thirty years. His current practice explores themes of loss, responsibility, and impermanence through storytelling. Christopher believes that design education should be adaptable and nimble and that the best solutions are platform agnostic.

Presenter 3

Name: Phillip Lemos

Email: lemosp@franklinpierc.edu

Phone:

Phil Lemos teaches English Composition at Franklin Pierce and Southern New Hampshire universities, and creative writing at Clark University. He has MFAs in fiction and creative nonfiction from Fairfield University and SNHU. He’ll be receiving a certificate this year in Clark’s Diversity & Inclusion Program. His short story “AdMerica” will be published in the forthcoming issue of Meat for Tea: The Valley Review. He’s currently enrolled in a post-graduate program at SNHU to finish revisions on a novel.

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Start Date

26-5-2022 11:30 AM

End Date

26-5-2022 12:30 PM

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May 26th, 11:30 AM May 26th, 12:30 PM

Hy-Flip Blend: Composing Hybrid Pedagogies On-the-fly

What do you get when you start a campus-wide digital literacy initiative; add an inaugural Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity; and offer support to pilot Open Educational Resources to the First- and Second-Year Composition Director?

A Composition curriculum grounded in Anti-Racist Assessment Ecologies (Innoue) and Open Pedagogy, offered in a hybrid/hyflex architecture using OER. A Hy-Flip Blend.

This is the story of a small diversified private university on the edge: multivocal, involving players taking risks, collaborating, and experimenting, on-the-fly.

The Library director sets the scene and introduces the characters: the securing of a multi-year digital literacy grant training 3 cohorts of faculty, full- and part-time, a hair before the pandemic began.

The inaugural Center for Teaching and Learning Director/Digital Media Design Coordinator/Faculty offers the structural platform for the story where students and faculty seamlessly shift between synchronous and asynchronous, able to learn in real-time, in person or remote, anytime from anywhere.

The Composition Director, early adopter of open pedagogy, anti-racist assessment, and digital literacy, invites Composition Instructors only two months before the Spring 2022 semester to collaborate and “write the story,” to vision, build, and pilot the curriculum.

The Veteran Part-time Instructor explains just how piloting an OER text fits/not with the Hy-Flip Blend and importantly whether it works for Second-Year Composition students.

Beginner through advanced participants will at every stage of the story use online polling to grasp WHAT/HOW the Hy-Flip Blend works, meet in breakouts to compose alternate endings to this unfinished story, and assess the work.