I an Instructor and Chair of the Department of Art History and Religious Studies at Langara College in Vancouver, Canada. I have an MA in Canadian Art History from Concordia University (Montreal) and a PhD in Visual and Material Culture from Queen’s University (Kingston). My recent research focuses on the scholarship of teaching and learning fro art history (sotl-ah). As a research fellow with the Open Education Group, I am interested in the impact of open educational resources on the cost of education, student success outcomes, patterns of usage, and perceptions of OER. I am one of the founders of Open Art Histories (OAH) a platform for art, art history, visual art, and museum studies teachers and instructors in Canada.