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9/16/2022Panel Discussion on Open Publishing
This panel will discuss the practices, advantages, disadvantages, challenges, and future directions of open publishing. In addition, suggestions for scholars who are new to open publishing will be discussed.
  Presenter(s): Royce Kimmons, Richard E. West, Jill Stefaniak , Torrey Trust
Bio(s):

Dr. Royce Kimmons is an Associate Professor of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University where he studies digital participation divides specifically in the realms of social media, open education, and classroom technology use. He is also the founder of EdTechBooks.org. More information about his work may be found at http://roycekimmons.com, and you may also dialogue with him on Twitter @roycekimmons.

Dr. Richard E. West (@richardewest on twitter) is a professor of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University. He teaches courses in instructional technology, academic research and writing, creativity and innovation, design psychology, and product/program evaluation. He studies how to innovate and advance education through improved and open educational Content, strong learning Communities, and open Credentials that better recognize student learning. He has presented his research in 11 countries, and has over 150 academic publications, along with two popular open textbooks on learning and instructional design. His personal website is http://richardewest.com

Dr. Jill Stefaniak is an Associate Professor in the Learning, Design, and Technology program in the Department of Career and Information Studies at the University of Georgia, USA. Dr. Stefaniak has over 15 years experience teaching instructional design in higher education and has applied instructional design and performance improvement strategies in higher education, corporate, manufacturing, and not-for-profit settings.  

Her research interests focus on the professional development of instructional designers, designer decision-making processes, and contextual factors influencing design in situated environments. Dr. Stefaniak currently serves as Editor of the Journal of Applied Instructional Design and as a board representative for the Systems Thinking and Change Division for the Association for Education Communications and Technology.

Torrey Trust, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Learning Technology in the Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her scholarship and teaching focus on how technology shapes educator and student learning. Dr. Trust has published a number of research articles in high impact journals, including Computers & Education and Internet & Higher Education, as well as OER eBooks on the EdTech Books platform, including Web Design Basics for Educators, Teaching with Digital Tools and Apps, Building Democracy for All: Interactive Explorations of Government and Civic Life, and Critical Media Literacy and Civic Learning. Dr. Trust served as a professional learning network leader for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) for five years, including a two-year term as the President of the Teacher Education Network from 2016 to 2018. In 2018, Dr. Trust was selected as a recipient of the ISTE Making IT Happen Award, which "honors outstanding educators and leaders who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, leadership, courage and persistence in improving digital learning opportunities for students."

Category: Research & Theory
Keywords: open publishing | open books | instructional technology


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