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Presented at Open Education 2010 in Barcelona, Spain by Gwyn Heyboer

Presented at Open Education 2010 in Barcelona, Spain by Gwyn Heyboer

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  • MSUglobal
    who we are
    small unit
    what we do
    spearhead OER initiatives on campus (among other things)
    what we’re not
    OER publishing unit
    dedicated unit for OER
    what we don’t have
    funding solely for “OER at MSU”
    staff solely for OER
    what we do have
    nominal support and backing from administration
    in terms of staff… me ; )
  • MSUglobal
    who we are
    small unit
    what we do
    spearhead OER initiatives on campus (among other things)
    what we’re not
    OER publishing unit
    dedicated unit for OER
    what we don’t have
    funding solely for “OER at MSU”
    staff solely for OER
    what we do have
    nominal support and backing from administration
    in terms of staff… me ; )
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    • 1. Building Capacity in Developing Countries: OER for Food Safety Gwyn Ann Heyboer Michigan State University
    • 2. TEAM Dr. Leslie Bourquin Sunnie Kim Dr. Deepa Thiagarajan
    • 3. photo by: flickr/Stevie-B WHO MSUglobal Revenue Research Reputation PFID Agricultural Education Small farmers Developing Countries
    • 4. PURPOSE AssessmentOERFramework Food Safety Learning Tools Food Safety Certification in Recognized SchemesEmerging Markets in Developing Countries
    • 5. OVERVIEW • Competency framework • OER resources • Competency mapping tool • Assessment development • Pilots training | information sharing | capacity building developing countries The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation USAID
    • 6. COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK • Competency statements • Faculty | government | private industry photo by: Gwyn Heyboer
    • 7. LEARNING RESOURCES / OER • ID Documentation | Procedures – Stand alone & part of course • Formats – PowerPoint, video, audio, PDF, open office, training manuals – English, Chinese, Arabic, Spanish • Source – Face-to-Face Workshops – Other resources photo by: Gwyn Heyboer
    • 8. ASSESSMENTS • 4-5 test items for each competency statement • Random selection for pre/post assessment • Each assessment – 130 questions – 10 demographic • Pilot – Changes to test items/lectures photo by: Les Bourquin
    • 9. COMPETENCY MAPPING TOOL • Goal: Map OER resources to competency framework – Open Source Technology: Drupal – Created open course module mapping tool www.foodsafetyknowledgenetwork.org
    • 10. COMPETENCY MAPPING TOOL
    • 11. COMPETENCY MAPPING TOOL
    • 12. COMPETENCY MAPPING TOOL
    • 13. PILOT GROUP #1: CHENNAI, INDIA • 74 participants • 25 companies & 6 public organizations photo by: Les Bourquin
    • 14. PILOT GROUP #1: CHENNAI, INDIA • September 2009 | 3-day training • Lectures & pre/post assessment • Camtasia Relay www.fskntraining.org/training/basiclevelchennai
    • 15. PILOT GROUP #2: ONLINE - INDIA • Metro Cash & Carry: Sept. - Dec. 2009 • 63 participants
    • 16. PILOT GROUP #2: ONLINE - INDIA • Resources from workshop in Chennai – Uploaded to CMS – CD version was available • Each participant received a username/password to an online course • Timeline – 2 weeks: Pre-Assessment – 2 months: online learning modules – 1 month: Post-Assessment
    • 17. PILOT GROUP #3: CAIRO, EGYPT • 74 participants • 25 companies & 6 public organizations • Train the trainer • Translation of Presentations & Assessments
    • 18. PILOT GROUP #4: TATA TETLEY TEA • Online - Spring 2010 • 29 participants • Internal training program
    • 19. PILOT GROUP #5: SHANGHAI, CHINA • Coca-Cola employees/suppliers • 142 participants
    • 20. PILOT GROUP #5: SHANGHAI, CHINA • November 2009 – 4 day training • Translation of lectures/assessment to Mandarin Chinese • Live video recording – Camtasia
    • 21. PILOT SUMMARY • 90 training resources • 6-16% increase in score pre/post • Lowest scores showed most improvement • Preference to audio files over video (online pilots)
    • 22. CHALLENGES • Additional content partners • Legal limitations • Availability of experts photo by: flickr/ Gefademe2d
    • 23. NEXT STEPS • In two years… – Over 100 competency statements – Over 90 OERs relating to food safety – Development of assessment instruments – Five pilots | nearly 350 participants • Future plans… – Additional pilot programs – Expansion to next level of competencies photo by: flickr/ xJasonRogersx
    • 24. EXAMPLES Food Safety Knowledge Network www.foodsafetyknowledgenetwork.org Pilot Programs www.fskntraining.org photo by: flickr/dijonathanb1989
    • 25. photo by: flickr/Hey Paul LINKS MSUglobal www.msuglobal.com Partnership for Food Industry Development www.pfid.msu.edu Virtual University Design and Technology www.vudat.msu.edu
    • 26. www.msuglobal.com photo by: flickr/psd