2021 CT OER Grant Program Awardees
The Connecticut OER Coordinating Council is pleased to announce the awardees for our 2021 CT OER Grant Program.
Our awardees this year include faculty, staff, and administrators from public and private colleges and universities from across the state, who are working to ensure that Connecticut students have the benefit of equitable access to high-quality, openly licensed learning materials. Through review, and impact grants, our awardees are focused on pushing forward the production, use, and access of open educational resources in Connecticut higher education.
Please join us in congratulating this year’s awardees!
The evaluation of openly licensed content for appropriateness for a given discipline.
Toni Cates, Gateway Community College
Alexander Laskin, Quinnipiac University
Suzanne Marmo, Sacred Heart University (2)
David Shaenfield, Sacred Heart University
Katherine Hall, University of Connecticut
The use of openly licensed materials, generally in replacement of high cost commercial textbooks.
Andre Freeman, Capital Community College (2)
Asheka Rahman, Central Connecticut State University
Dana Wilkie, Charter Oak State College
Michelle Dunlap, Connecticut College
Stefan Stankovic, Gateway Community College
Eric Flynn, Gateway Community College
Rose-Mary Rodrigues, Gateway Community College
Sarah Churchill, Housatonic Community College
Michael Mandel, Housatonic Community College (2)
Joanna White, Manchester Community College
Olivia Chiang, Manchester Community College
Ibtsam Mahfouz, Manchester Community College
David Valone, Quinnipiac University
Suzanne Marmo, Sacred Heart University
Jason Patalinghug, Southern Connecticut State University
MaryAnn Murtha, Western Connecticut State University
The creation of supporting instructional materials in conjunction with the use of openly licensed content.
Keira Robilotto, Gateway Community College
Sean T. Gillane, Manchester Community College
Aldorigo Scopino, Manchester Community College
Myrta Groeneveld, Manchester Community College
Nicole Colter, Three Rivers Community College
Larger-scale, collaborative projects that address adopting, creating, or supplementing openly licensed content.
Di Luo, Connecticut College
Sandra Barnes & Larisa Rowe, Housatonic Community College
Jennifer Nohai-Seaman, Scott Empric, Teresa Kozek, Kathleen Micinilio, Lindsey Norton, Rebecca Samberg, & Stephen Tower, Housatonic Community College
Alan Teitleman & Amy Lenoce Royal, Naugatuck Valley Community College
Tracey Ryan & Liane Leedom, University of Bridgeport
Kelli Goodkowski, Joanna Pliszka, Cynthia Seiwert, Vivienne Friday, Tiffany Hoxie, Angelo Saba, Mike Rotondo, Terrence Simon & Matt Connell, Goodwin University; Art Mollengarden, James Page, Gew-Rae Kim, Harold Hartman & Elena Cahill, University of Bridgeport
To view their works, please visit the CT OER Coordinating Council Collection within GoOpenCT!