Ariana Santiago

Question #4: How do you see your role in the future of open education?

To be honest, I really don’t know. I’m not someone who plans far off in the future. This isn’t really an answer to the question, but it made me think about where OER fits in an organizational structure. In a lot of places it falls with scholarly communications due to the connections with Open Access. In others it’s part of an instruction or teaching and learning unit, or maybe even collections. Open Education could go in any of those, or not within one of those buckets at all, because it touches all of them. What I’m getting at is there are so many possibilities not just for me individually but for everything in terms of what Open is, what this work intersects with, how it impacts different areas, and there’s so many directions to be taken.


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