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Leveraging Openness and Collaboration at the JIBC

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Presentation slides for session at ETUG Fall 2010 Workshop in New Westminster, British Columbia ...

Presentation slides for session at ETUG Fall 2010 Workshop in New Westminster, British Columbia

Presenters: Tannis Morgan, Jerome Rodriguez, Darren Blackburn, Justice Institute of British Columbia

Description: The JIBC is funded differently than other BC post-secondary institutions, and as a result has learned to be very entrepreneurial. This presents an obvious challenge in any discussions about openness. We are pleased to be able to present JIBC examples of openness that are benefitting the institution and our communities. In our case study/demo we will present examples of how we have leveraged openness to extend our collaborations with the communities that we work with. These ""small-but-mighty"" bridges have also been important in creating opportunities and extending the relevance of JIBC beyond our programs and courses.

In our Emergency Management division, an Innukshuk funded project involved collaboration with the RCMP as well as municipalities, agencies, divisions, consultants, developers, and individuals. CMD 130 - Incident Command Level 300 - resulted in the development of a collaborative environment, open courseware, and myemresources.com, a Drupal site for public access to emergency management resources. This has generated interest and use that extends far beyond the JIBC or the RCMP, resulting in interest from multiple disciplines for current and relevant emergency/crisis management information. In addition, deliverables from this project were then used to develop JIBC’s first iPhone and iPad app: an emergency management media rich glossary.

JIBC has also benefitted from other initiatives and institutions who have adopted open creative commons licensing. We have integrated UBC learning commons resources into our own learning commons as well as student orientation materials. We are also developing our first course that uses some open content from Connexions, and at the request of the course author, will then be released as CC BY SA content.

Our presentation will involve role-playing scenario-based group activity (approx 10-15 min) that will highlight the importance of having public emergency management resources in order for small communities to make informed decisions.

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Leveraging Openness and Collaboration at the JIBC Leveraging Openness and Collaboration at the JIBC Presentation Transcript

  • Leverraging Openne and ess Collabo ti C ll boration Justice Inst titute of BC ETUG 2010 G
  • Who is JIBC?
  • Clients e
  • Why I y ICS ? Provides first responders, with the knowledge and skills to manage response to an emergency or planned event
  • Questions? tions? t
  • ICS 300 Online 0
  • Fund g ding $86,000 $86 000 of Inukshuk funding was used to support the develoopment of ICS Level 300 on-line content and applications. This development also included the creation of a standaalone online resource that students or the public at large can e access to improve their application of e the Incident Comm mand System within
  • Partne ership Justice Inst titute of BC Overall project man nagement services Curriculum development Technical/web/applic cation development Facilities, talent, and a administrative support pp Royal Canadian Mounted Police n Multi-media/visua enhancements al Translation of all course materials in to French e
  • Collabo oration • JIBC School of Public Safety - Eme ergency Management Division • JIBC School of Health Sciences - P Paramedic Academy • JIBC Technology Services • City of Burnaby • Cit off C itl City Coquitlam • Pitt Meadows Fire Department • British Columbia Ambulance Servicce • RCMP - Burnaby Detachment • Port Moody Police Department • New Westminster Police Service • Delta Police Department • Studio Think
  • Compo ponents • A digital version of ICS 3 classroom materials g 300 • ICS specific still and vide images eo • ICS graphic d i elem t hi design l ments • Interactive ICS exercises s • Interactive ICS charts • Maps ill strating ICS res rces and facilities illustrating sources so • ICS quick reference guid des • Guided, fillable ICS form ms • Smart phone glossary ap pplication • Publicly accessible digita object repository al
  • Interactive Exercises
  • Interactive Objects e j
  • Interactive Objects e j
  • Video d
  • iPhone/iPad App P pp
  • Digital Object Repositor sitory
  • igital Objec Reposito ct The emresources web site is fabulou Thank you as well for drawing ou us. attention to this v valuable resource ! Gavin St. Michael - University of Victoria Just wanted to let you know how great the training tools are that you have on t myemresources.com. It seriously dec creased the workload for me in putting together a training session for senior management. Sonia Singh - T Town of Markham am quite impressed with the JIBC quic reference guides. The format is very ck ser friendly allowing it to be used by ne managers in emergency situations ew Daniel Hefferton - Ontar Assoc. Emergency rio Managersmyemresources.com is a g great resource!! Thanks for sharing
  • Lessons Learned How “open” is “open” ” Multimedia Production Use of Technology gy Project Management Leveraging Openness
  • So what, n , now what?
  • October 2 2010 25, Photo f K i L Ph t of Kevin Lynch (CTO Adobe) h (CTO, Ad b )
  • Thank You k