These discussion questions can be used once the content about trans inclusion in OER has been presented.

  1. What are the advantages to creating and using trans-inclusive OER?
  2. What are the disadvantages to using trans-exclusive OER?
  3. What are some obstacles to creating trans-inclusive OER?
  4. What are some examples of ways to make OER trans-inclusive?
  5. What would you say to a colleague who told you they didn’t see the point of making OER trans-inclusive?
  6. What is one challenge you think you’d encounter in your program or library to advocate for trans-inclusive OER? How do you think you would overcome that challenge?

These discussion questions can help students reflect on what they learned after completing one or more of the assignments.

  1. Discuss at least one thing you learned about trans-inclusion in OER.
  2. What is at least one thing you will change about how you engage with OER to make it more trans-inclusive?


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