CCCOER Advisory Feb 19, 2014
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Join us today at 11:00 am (PST), 2:00 pm (EST) for our monthly meeting. We will have 5 speakers sharing their experiences and lessons learned working with college bookstores on supporting OER and ...

Join us today at 11:00 am (PST), 2:00 pm (EST) for our monthly meeting. We will have 5 speakers sharing their experiences and lessons learned working with college bookstores on supporting OER and open textbooks. Please bring your ideas and questions.
Donna Gaudet, Scottsdale College, AZ
Barbara Illowsky, De Anza College, CA
Connie Broughton, SBCTC Washington State
Robin Donaldson, Florida Virtual Campus
Danielle Budzick, Tri-C Cuyahoga College, OHIn addition to our usual updates,

Also, Open Education Week is March 10-15 and Community College Day will be Wed, March 12. Opportunities to participate in webinars are available and we'll discuss how to run local events at your campus, submit resources, etc.

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  • ELLUMINATE/CCC Conference Opening Script [Start recording…] Welcome to the ________ Webinar for DAY, MONTH, YEAR [sponsored by]. [If applicable] Today’s guests come to us from _______ in ____, ___. I will introduce them shortly, but first I want to go over a few details about this [Elluminate/CCC Confer] session for those who are new to [Elluminate/CCC Confer].DetailsAt the upper left of your screen, you should see the Participants window, which lists the participants in this session. You can use the icons underneath this window to:Raise your hand if you have a question or comment and you wish to speakThere are also happy and sad faces and an applaud icon Below the Participants window is the Chat window to the center-left of this screen where you can type a question or comment into the box at any time. You can also send a private message to another participant at any time, but please be aware that moderators can see all private messages.Below the chat area is the Audio window in the bottom left of the screen. Click on the raised your hand button to let us know you would like to speak. You can use a head set or your phone for audio chat. If you are using a microphone and have been recognized to speak, Click the button with the microphone on it and begin speaking. Remember to click the button again when you finish speaking so that someone else can have a turn. You can control your mic and volume levels with the sliders. And if you are having trouble with your headset or microphone, you can access the Audio Setup Wizard from the Tools menu on the top toolbar. From Tools, select Audio, and then Audio Setup Wizard, and follow the on-screen instructions.[CCC Confer ONLY] If you are using the telephone to speak, Click on the phone handset below the microphone and audio volume sliders. The call-number and pin will then appear in a dialog box.
  • 1004.085 Textbook affordability.—(1) No employee of a Florida College System institution or state university may demand or receive any payment, loan, subscription, advance, deposit of money, service, or anything of value, present or promised, in exchange for requiring students to purchase a specific textbook for coursework or instruction.(2) An employee may receive:(a) Sample copies, instructor copies, or instructional materials. These materials may not be sold for any type of compensation if they are specifically marked as free samples not for resale.(b) Royalties or other compensation from sales of textbooks that include the instructor’s own writing or work.(c) Honoraria for academic peer review of course materials.(d) Fees associated with activities such as reviewing, critiquing, or preparing support materials for textbooks pursuant to guidelines adopted by the State Board of Education or the Board of Governors.(e) Training in the use of course materials and learning technologies.(3) Florida College System institutions and state universities shall post on their websites, as early as is feasible, but not less than 30 days prior to the first day of class for each term, a list of each textbook required for each course offered at the institution during the upcoming term. The posted list must include the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) for each required textbook or other identifying information, which must include, at a minimum, all of the following: the title, all authors listed, publishers, edition number, copyright date, published date, and other relevant information necessary to identify the specific textbook or textbooks required for each course. The State Board of Education and the Board of Governors shall include in the policies, procedures, and guidelines adopted under subsection (4) certain limited exceptions to this notification requirement for classes added after the notification deadline.(4) The State Board of Education and the Board of Governors each shall adopt policies, procedures, and guidelines for implementation by Florida College System institutions and state universities, respectively, that further efforts to minimize the cost of textbooks for students attending such institutions while maintaining the quality of education and academic freedom. The policies, procedures, and guidelines shall provide for the following:(a) That textbook adoptions are made with sufficient lead time to bookstores so as to confirm availability of the requested materials and, where possible, ensure maximum availability of used books.(b) That, in the textbook adoption process, the intent to use all items ordered, particularly each individual item sold as part of a bundled package, is confirmed by the course instructor or the academic department offering the course before the adoption is finalized.(c) That a course instructor or the academic department offering the course determines, before a textbook is adopted, the extent to which a new edition differs significantly and substantively from earlier versions and the value of changing to a new edition or the extent to which an open-access textbook may exist and be used.(d) That the establishment of policies shall address the availability of required textbooks to students otherwise unable to afford the cost, including consideration of the extent to which an open-access textbook may be used.(e) That course instructors and academic departments are encouraged to participate in the development, adaptation, and review of open-access textbooks and, in particular, open-access textbooks for high-demand general education courses.History.—s. 1, ch. 2008-78; s. 4, ch. 2010-155; s. 45, ch. 2011-5.http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2012/1004.085 http://floridapolytechnic.org/wp-content/uploads/Agenda-Item-IV-C-FPU-5.003-Textbook-Adoption-and-Affordability1.pdf

CCCOER Advisory Feb 19, 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. advancing formal and informal learning through the worldwide sharing and use of free, open, high-quality education materials organized as courses. CCCOER Advisory Meeting Feb 19, 2014, 2:00 pm Eastern 1-888-886-3951 (Passcode:931126)
  • 2. Collaborate Window Overview Audio & Video Participants Chat Tech Support available at: 1-760-744-1150 ext. 1537, 1554
  • 3. Agenda • Happy President’s Day Week • Announcements • BookStores and OER – – – – – • • • • Donna Gaudet, Scottsdale College Barbara Illowsky, De Anza College Connie Broughton, State Board Washington States Robin Donaldon, Florida Virtual College Danielle Budzick, Tri-C Cuyhoga Community College Open Education Week Mar 10-15 Spring CCCOER Webinars Spring Conferences and Events Next Meeting: Mar 19
  • 4. Welcome Please introduce yourself and your OER projects. Your hosts: – Una Daly, Community College Outreach Director at Open Courseware Consortium – Donna Gaudet, Vice-president of CCCOER Advisory Board, Math Chair at Scottsdale Community College .
  • 5. Welcome New Members Pennsylvania Nevada
  • 6. 240+ Colleges in 17 States & Provinces
  • 7. Announcements Student PIRGs report January 2014 • eLearning Conference last week • Open Education Week Mar 10-15 •
  • 8. Student PIRGs Report - Jan 2014 • 65% choose NOT to buy college textbook due to cost • 94% report concern that grades affected due to this choice • 48% take fewer classes or different classes based on cost of textbooks. “Fixing the Broken Textbook Market: How Students Respond to High Textbook Costs and Demand Alternatives.” Student PIRGS, January 2014 8
  • 9. eLearning 2014 • OER Half-day Workshop – Jean Runyon, James Glapa-Grossklag Rob Farrow • CCCOER Faculty & Curriculum Panel – Quill West, Cynthia Alexander, Paul Golisch • CCCOER Hub Research Presentation – Dr. Rob Farrow, Open University • CCCOER Administrators Panel – Preston Davis, James G-G, David Shulman, Jean Runyon • Gamification in Education – Paula Ascher • Video Captioning – Cynthia Alexander
  • 10. Bookstores & OER: how can we make this work?
  • 11. Scottsdale Community College Donna Gaudet Math Professor Department Chair 11
  • 12. OER and Bookstore Challenges and Recommendations
  • 13. F2012 • Start of our major OER implementation • OER materials published through local publisher • Sold in bookstore
  • 14. Challenges • Not enough workbooks were being ordered • Students were having to wait for workbooks • Students were not allowed to preorder workbooks • Bookstore markup (40%ish) still applies
  • 15. Adjustment for Spring 2013 • Met with bookstore and publisher reps • Bookstore agreed to order more books if publisher would guarantee returns of unused copies • Bookstore markup (40%ish) still applies
  • 16. Recommendations • Communicate early with bookstore and involve them in planning • Help them understand goals of OER and how they can be a part of helping students • Be willing to compromise (i.e. 40% markup remained in place) to help them meet their bottom line • Touch base with them each semester to keep communication lines open
  • 17. De Anza Community College Barbara Illowsky Math Professor Open Textbook Faculty Co-Author 17
  • 18. Collaborating with the campus Bookstore Collaborative Statistics • 1994 – 2007: for profit text; – $38 bookstore cost; $50 student cost • #1 text sold at college in terms of quantity • 2008 – 2014: OER text – with hard copy purchase option • First open textbook used at college
  • 19. Logistics: 2008+ • Met with Bookstore manager: – Ordering hard copies for faculty • limited desk copies available from a grant • added <$1 to each hard copy cost sold to cover faculty, library, tutoring center copies – Expected great loss of sales • Initially sales went up, students used print copy as workbook • Each year more students using only online or pdf versions – QOOP/Lulu cost under $30 for direct purchase – 15-20 % Discount for Bookstore ordering in volume – Bookstores still charge markup 24-28%
  • 20. Outcomes PROS • Still #1 text sold on campus in terms of quantity • Still good relations with Bookstore • Reduced cost to students • Saved students > $1m CONS • Decreased sales at decreased price.
  • 21. Washington State Board of Community & Technical Colleges Connie Broughton Director of eLearning and Open Education 21
  • 22. Florida Textbook Affordability Law Robin Donaldson Assistant Director Instructional Resources & Support Distance Learning & Student Services 22
  • 23. Florida Textbook Affordability Legislation 23 Florida 1004.085 Textbook Affordability Minimizing cost and maximizing access • Adoption of college and university system policies, procedures and guidelines • Posting of textbook information http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2012/1004.085
  • 24. “Tri-C” Cuyahoga Community College Danielle Budzick District Director, Innovative Learning Design and Quality 24
  • 25. Raising Awareness of Open Education Worldwide Mar 10-15 • Submit videos, resources, local events, or webinars in February. • Discussion groups online. • Social Media promotion for open education projects. • Community College Day on Wed, Mar 12 – Sign up to participate in panel: bit.ly/1jchuC8 http://openeducationweek.org
  • 26. Spring Webinars (Wed, 11:00 am PST, 2:00 pm EST) • February 5 - Open Textbooks: SUNY Geneseo, OpenStax College • March 11 - OER & Accessibility • March 12 - Community College OER Day • April 9 – OER Impact Research Findings • May 14 - Intellectual Property: Open Licensing, Trademarks, Patents, etc. http://oerconsortium.org
  • 27. OER Impact Research at Community Colleges (2013-14) • Use of OER leads to – critical reflection with evidence of improvement in practice. – policy change at institutional level. – more equitable access to education – financial benefits for students and/or institutions • http://www.slideshare.net/robertfarrow/openeducational-resources-impact-in-community-colleges
  • 28. Advisory Meetings (3rd Wed, 11:00 am PST, 2:00 pm EST) We are looking for short project presentations at these meetings. Please make a suggestion. • • • • • Jan 22 – College of Southern Maryland Feb 19 – OER and Bookstores March 19 April 16 May 21-
  • 29. Spring Conferences Conference Location Date eLearning 2014 Orlando Feb 15-18 League for Innovation Anaheim Mar 2-5 National Assoc. Developmental Ed Dallas Mar 5-8 Alliance of Distance Educators Palm Springs March 20 Connexions Conference Houston Mar 31- Apr 4 American Association of Community Colleges DC April 5-8 OCWC Global Conference Slovenia Apr 23-25 NISOD Austin May 25-28 CCC Online Teaching Conference San Diego June 20-21
  • 30. Thank you for participating! • Next Advisory Meeting: Wed, Mar 19, 2:00 pm (EST) March 10-15 Submissions in February