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BOF #10A: The Problem of Packaging Curricular Materials
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM
Thu Feb 28, 2019
Hyatt: Great Lakes A1 & A2 (4th floor)
Birds of a Feather

Description

Packaging materials is a generalized term to capture a broad array of tasks (creating, revising, sharing, finding, crediting, etc.) for materials such as assignments, teacher notes, and evaluation data. Substantial effort has gone into creating materials over the years, but the community still struggles to find ways to effectively manage these. This BoF provides an opportunity to identify needs, concerns, prior efforts, and future plans. A primary goal is the formation of a Working Group tasked to develop a standard for curricular material creation and sharing, joining with broader efforts of standardization (e.g., CSSPLICE) and existing initiatives for creating repositories, tools, and materials.


Speakers
Austin Cory Bart Assistant Professor, University of Delaware
Michael Hilton Carnegie Mellon University
Bob Edmison Virginia Tech
Phillip T. Conrad University of California, Santa Barbara

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