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Open pedagogy reconceives the notion of who creates knowledge and provides a pathway to empower students as creators. Leveraging open education resources in the classroom results in numerous benefits for students, including free access to knowledge, a participatory culture, and opportunities for innovation and creativity (Hegarty, 2015). Open pedagogical design often results in renewable course assignments, which empower students to create authentic resources that can be positioned to have greater impact through time, space, and gravity, particularly as they have longevity, reach, and value (Seraphin et al., 2018). In this chapter, we will highlight a collaborative partnership between library and education faculty which led to the development of open pedagogical design in a teacher education course. Based on our collaborative processes, we also propose a five-step framework to transform an existing assignment into a renewable assignment.
Katz, Stacy and Van Allen, Jennifer, "Evolving Into the Open: A Framework for Collaborative Design of Renewable Assignments" (2020). CUNY Academic Works.