Event Title

Open Educational Resources: Developing an OER course that increases public knowledge of the rule-making process

Location

Zoom

Document Type

Panel Discussion

Start Date

28-10-2021 1:20 PM

End Date

28-10-2021 1:55 PM

Description

Daniene is a PhD Candidate in Technology, Policy and Innovation. She is a STRIDE Fellow, WISE mentor, and Media, Arts, Culture and Technology Scholar. She recently interned at the Stony Brook Libraries' Department of Scholarly Communication. She has her Masters of Arts in Public Policy from Stony Brook. Her dissertation topic, "Who Steers?" focuses on the design needs, public policy and outcomes for automated driving systems. Daniene will share her experience collaborating with faculty from Stony Brook University Libraries and Stony Brook University’s Department of Technology and Society to develop an OER course: “Technology Policy: Research, Analysis and Participation”. The course exposes participants to policy research processes and rulemaking participation, giving them knowledge to share their research with rulemakers and ideally, increase equity in public policies.

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Oct 28th, 1:20 PM Oct 28th, 1:55 PM

Open Educational Resources: Developing an OER course that increases public knowledge of the rule-making process

Zoom

Daniene is a PhD Candidate in Technology, Policy and Innovation. She is a STRIDE Fellow, WISE mentor, and Media, Arts, Culture and Technology Scholar. She recently interned at the Stony Brook Libraries' Department of Scholarly Communication. She has her Masters of Arts in Public Policy from Stony Brook. Her dissertation topic, "Who Steers?" focuses on the design needs, public policy and outcomes for automated driving systems. Daniene will share her experience collaborating with faculty from Stony Brook University Libraries and Stony Brook University’s Department of Technology and Society to develop an OER course: “Technology Policy: Research, Analysis and Participation”. The course exposes participants to policy research processes and rulemaking participation, giving them knowledge to share their research with rulemakers and ideally, increase equity in public policies.