AggieOpen Invited Speaker Series
Join us for this virtual event!
March 7th at 11:00 am
With support from our lead partner, LibreTexts, the AggieOpen program will collaborate with departments and programs across the UC Davis campus to feature internal and external speakers in an Open Education Invited Speaker Series. Each Open Education Week, the AggieOpen team will bring distinguished educators to share their research and work promoting a more equitable educational experience for students in higher education through the use of openly licensed learning materials.
Topics will address important issues in Open Education and offer speakers the opportunity to share their research with a broad audience.
2023 Invited Speaker
The UC Davis Library’s AggieOpen program is thrilled to host Professor Jasmine Roberts-Crews as our first invited speaker for 2023. Professor Roberts-Crews will present “A Call for Reparative Justice in Open Education Labor” on Tuesday, March 7, 2023 via Zoom.
This talk discusses the intersections between race, gender, and labor in open education. Using a Black feminist lens, the talk urgently calls for reparative justice in open education labor. The audience will understand how to reclaim justice in open education labor through equitable practices, communal care, and rest.
About the Invited Speaker
Professor Jasmine Roberts-Crews is a lecturer in the School of Communication at the Ohio State University, where she teaches public relations writing, digital activism and campaign strategy.
Her advocacy work centers on the experiences of people of color, women, and queer communities. Along with her communication expertise, Professor Roberts-Crews is also a renowned open education leader. She has delivered numerous keynote presentations across the country on the topics of social justice in open education.
She is the author of the openly-licensed textbook* “Writing for Strategic Communication Industries.”
About the Invited Speaker Series
The program is sponsored by the UC Davis Library’s lead partner LibreText and is part of our commitment to supporting scholarship in Open Education.
For questions, contact us at email@example.com.
AggieOpen programming and initiatives are made possible through the UC Davis Library’s lead partner, LibreText.
*Open textbooks are free and carry legal permission for open use. They can be shared and adapted freely. More information about openly licensed textbooks and the AggieOpen program can be found on our website.