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CCCOER Advisory Meeting - Jan 22

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Monthly Community College Advisory Board Meeting held on January 22, 2014.

Monthly Community College Advisory Board Meeting held on January 22, 2014.

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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.
  • (46%) and quality (43%).  The vast majority feel comfortable dealing with resources themselves and only 15 identified lack of institutional support as an issue.   Reputable institution or personal recommendation was identified as a factor for choosing OER by 58%.  

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  • 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 January 22, 2014, 2:00 pm Eastern 1-888-886-3951 (Passcode:150046)
  • 2. Collaborate Window Overview Audio & Video Participants Chat Tech Support available at: 1-760-744-1150 ext. 1537, 1554
  • 3. Agenda • • • • • Welcome Everyone! Announcements ACE Awards Open Education Week Mar 10-15 College of Southern Maryland – Leah Geiger • • • • OER Impact Research Headlines Spring Conferences and Events Spring CCCOER Webinars Next Meeting: Feb
  • 4. Welcome Please introduce yourself and your OER projects. Your hosts: – Una Daly, Community College Outreach Director at Open Courseware Consortium – James Glapa-Grossklag, President of CCCOER Advisory Board; Dean, College of Canyon – Donna Gaudet, Vice-president of CCCOER Advisory Board, Math Chair at Scottsdale Community College -
  • 5. Welcome New Members • College of Southern Maryland - Leah Geiger, Instructional Designer • Delaware Technical & Community College - pending • Chatanooga State College, TN - pending
  • 6. 240+ Colleges in 15 States & Provinces
  • 7. Announcements • EVOLVE Higher Education Conference, Jan 17 •OCWC ACE Award nominations, Jan 24 •Open Education Week: March 10-15 •Creative Commons Licensing 4.0 •Google Images now includes "usage rights” in settings.
  • 8. due January 24, 2014 INDIVIDUAL AWARDS • Leadership ACE • Educator ACE SITE & COURSE AWARDS • Outstanding Site ACE • Outstanding Course ACE • Open MOOC ACE PROJECT AWARDS • Creative Innovation ACE • Engagement ACE • Open Research ACE For more information on preliminary criteria, rules and eligibility please visit www.ocwconsortium.org
  • 9. 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 – Webinars, videos, and resources http://openeducationweek.org
  • 10. OER Launch at CSM Leah Geiger • Instructional Designer • Sociology Instructor 10
  • 11. COLLEGE PHYSICS Chapter 21 CIRCUITS, BIOELECTRICITY, AND DC INSTRUMENTS PowerPoint Image Slideshow
  • 12. COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND • Our first attempt using open educational resources came by way of an adjunct. • She has taught for CSM for 5 years. • She used Expert TA (Homework and Tests) and the Open Stax content. • We are using the open resources in advertising for admissions • The course was Quality Matters reviewed and met standards
  • 13. DISCUSSION
  • 14. OER Impact Research Summer/Fall 2013 • Use of OER leads to critical reflection with evidence of improvement in practice. • Participation in OER pilots leads to policy change at institutional level. • Open education models lead to more equitable access to education • OER adoption at institutional level leads to financial benefits for students and/or institutions
  • 15. OER Impact Research Respondent demographics & headlines • 136 faculty at community colleges • 95% have Masters degree or greater • 72% taught over 10 years • Most Popular OER – 71% YouTube, 43% TED talks, 35% iTunes • OER is shared by – 56% email, 46% in-person • 22% didn’t recognize Creative Commons logo • 15% recognized but not sure what it meant
  • 16. OER Impact Research Student Benefits & Challenges • 50% Positive effect e.g. – increasing enthusiasm for study, – range of interest; – learner autonomy; – improved participation and collaboration; – confidence. • 16% OER increases retention. Factors include: – > 50% reduced cost of materials increases – Next popular: flexible use & ease of access anytime. – Little or no support for linguistic or cultural relevance.
  • 17. OER Impact Research Teaching Benefits • General agreement OER enhances teaching – 66% curriculum coverage, – 77% range of methodology, – 76% range of media, – 63% currency of subject knowledge • Most popular statement was that OER means you don’t have to do it all yourself. • No general agreement that OER leads to increased collaboration or improved ICT skills. • 66% OER leads to increased teacher reflection
  • 18. OER Impact Research Teaching Challenges • Challenges to OER usage – 46% relevance – 43% quality • 58% Reputable institution or personal recommendation factor in choosing OER • 11% identified lack of institutional support as an issue. • 48% thought CC licensing was factor in choosing OER. Later 75% thought it important Open licensing perceptions seem to be contextual and ambiguous.
  • 19. Spring Webinars (Wed, 11:00 am PST, 2:00 pm EST) • February 5 - Open Textbooks: SUNY Geneseo, OpenStax College • March 12 - OER & Accessibility • April 9 – OER Impact Research Findings • May 14 - Intellectual Property: Open Licensing, Trademarks, Patents, etc.
  • 20. 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 March 19 April 16 May 21
  • 21. 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 Connexions Conference Houston Mar 31- Apr 4 American Association of Community Colleges DC April OCWC Global Conference Slovenia Apr 23-25 NISOD Austin May 25-28 CCC Online Teaching Conference San Diego June 20-21
  • 22. Thank you for participating! • Next Advisory Meeting: Wed, Feb 19, 2:00 pm (EST) Nominations due Friday, January 24th March 10-15 Submissions in February