ETUG Spring workshop 2014 - How JIBC got to Open

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by Tannis Morgan and Melanie Meyers, JIBC

by Tannis Morgan and Melanie Meyers, JIBC

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  • 1. How we got to OPEN 6 CHANGES THAT GOT US HERE Open Education at JIBC What's next? Better Tools Coordinated/Relevant Info & Support Institutional Benefits Funding Expectations Knowledgeable Librarians Internal Champions Open Resources Open Simulations Open Courses FIRST open project: My EMResources (Drupal repository) Incident Command System (ICS) App Emergency Social Services App HAZ MAT App Emergency Social Services Courses Introduction to Reception Centres Introduction to Group Lodging ABC of AD Course for Paramedics about Autonomic Dysreflexia in Spinal Cord Injury Winter Driving Safety* Reusing OER with digital badges and challenge pedagogy Primary Care Paramedic Program Core JIBC program revised and CC licensed SIMTEC: Exercise Green Cloud & Winter Blues Exercise How to measure the benefits... JIBC Police Guide English 100 Textbook* LESD Textbook OPEN TEXTBOOKS Use of JIBC’s Praxis simulation system to study senior officials during various scenarios. Findings: How to build capacity in order to respond more effectively to CBRNE and other threats. *Reuse/Remix ...and reuse/remix of courses from other institutions. Access to easier, more open tools such as WP, makes it easier to produce and share open content.Our librarians help our people navigate all the ins and outs of open licensing and are ready to go 'open'. A province-wide push (facilitated by BCcampus) has allowed for collaboration, sharing and support between institutions. - Project funding is tied to how content and artifacts must be licensed. - AVED push for CC licenses. - Helps to have a few people at all levels who understand 'open' and who remind others of the benefits. - Tie projects to JIBC Academic Plan. Less reliance on LMS Purchase & reusePass savings on to students: - open textbooks - workplace resources (apps) Institute exposure Rural Disaster Resiliency Planning Toolkit cost savings=