First, you'll need to identify opportunities at your institution for building awareness, support and enthusiasm for OER. Some opportunities will require more planning than others.
These opportunities will require some long-term planning to set up but can deliver a high impact:
These opportunities will need some short-term planning to arrange the sessions and activities:
Prepare some talking points in case any spontaneous opportunities arise in the course of your day to advocate for OER. At work events, before or after meetings or in the elevator you may have an opportunity to quickly talk about the value of OER.
Lumen Learning's OER Champion Playbook provides more ideas to build on these strategies.
Micro activities can be implemented quickly to garner small wins. You can use them to spread the message about OER at your institution or to gather feedback you can use to further your OER agenda.
Some examples of micro activities for OER advocacy include: