Distance Ed Coordinator COOLForEd Presentation Jun3 27

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California Open Online Library Presentation at the California Community College's Distance Education Coordinator's meeting on June 27, 2014.

California Open Online Library Presentation at the California Community College's Distance Education Coordinator's meeting on June 27, 2014.

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  • 1. Una Daly, CSU Chancellor’s Office June 27, 2014 Discover Free & Open Educational Resources with California Open Online Library (COOLforEd)
  • 2. Welcome Una Daly CCCOER Director OER Library Services Manager, CSU
  • 3. Agenda • The Legislation – Why – What • Role of the Council • Faculty Survey Results • Digital Open Source Library • Faculty Adoption OER Portfolios • Summer/Fall 2014 Plans
  • 4. Textbooks Rising 6% per year
  • 5. • 65% choose to not buy textbook • 94% report concern that grades affected • 48% take fewer classes or different classes Student Impact CC BY Center of Public Interest Research
  • 6. Student Debt • Federal Student Loan Debt – 1-Trillion Dollars • Avg. loan upon graduation – $25,000+ Source: Chronicle of Higher Ed, Forbes Magazine, Aug 2013 http://www.forbes.com/sites/specialfeatures/2013/08/07/how-the-college-debt-is-crippling-students- parents-and-the-economy/ Image: Welcome Back to CAL licensed CC-BY-NC by Black Hour on Flickr
  • 7. Education is about Sharing • Teachers share knowledge freely • Students share their understanding • Teachers share with each other. Source: David Wiley, Why be Open, slideshare 2012 Image: Engineering Expo 10, licensed by Westpoing CC-BY-NC-ND
  • 8. Solution: Open Educational Resources • Online access to textbook on first day of class. • Free online, low- cost print option • Faculty can adapt for students Licensed for re-use by OpenSourceWay
  • 9. Open Educational Resources U.S. Dept. of Education – Teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under an intellectual property license that permits free use or repurposing by others. Image license: cc-by donkyhotey/flickr
  • 10. Goal: Make college more affordable by promoting use of high-quality open educational resources for 50 highest enrolled college courses. SB 1052, 1053 signed by Governor Brown September 2012 California Open Textbook Law Image: http://gov.ca.gov
  • 11. California Open Textbook Law • SB 1052 –Open Educational Resources Council (COERC) • SB 1053 –Digital Open Source Library (COOLforEd)
  • 12. Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator William and Flora Hewlett Foundation ($500,000) Gates Foundation ($500,000) Match CA State funding, mandate by SB 1052 & SB 1053. Grant administered by CSU Chancellor’s Office CSSA June 014 Funding
  • 13. California OER Council (COERC) • Established by ICAS – 3 faculty appointed from each system and non- voting chair = 10 members • Council Tasks – Identify 50 highest enrolled course – Survey Faculty and Students for awareness – Establish peer review rubric for open textbooks – Manage peer review panels for open textbooks
  • 14. COERC – alifornia Open Educational Resources Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator CCC UC CSU Dianna Chiabotti, Child & Family Studies & Education, Napa Valley Bob Jacobsen, Physics, Berkeley Diego Bonilla, Communication, Sacramento Cheryl Stewart, Library & Information Science, Coastline Peter Krapp, Film, Media/Visual Studies, Informatics, Irvine Ruth A. Guthrie, Pomona, begins Fall 2014 Kevin Yokoyama, Mathematics, Redwoods Randy Siverson, Political Science, Davis Larry Hanley, English, San Francisco Katherine D. Harris, English, San Jose State (CSU) Project Coordinator/Chair (non-voting) COERC Membership (formed Jan 2014) CSSA June 2014
  • 15. CORC – California Open Educational Resources Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator Faculty Survey: By Discipline 1,005 Responses (out of 48,000 faculty from CCC, UC & CSU) as of 5/30/14 CSSA June 2014
  • 16. CERC – California Open Educational Resources Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator Faculty Survey: By Institution 1,005 Responses (out of 48,000 faculty from CCC, UC & CSU) as of 5/30/14 CSSA June 2014
  • 17. CORC – California Open Educational Resources Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator Faculty Survey: Awareness 1,005 Responses (out of 48,000 faculty from CCC, UC & CSU) as of 5/30/14 CSSA June 2014
  • 18. CORC – California Open Educational Resources Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator Faculty Survey: Peer Review 1,005 Responses (out of 48,000 faculty from CCC, UC & CSU) as of 5/30/14 CSSA June 2014
  • 19. COER – California Open Educational Resources Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator Faculty Survey: Administrative Support 1,005 Responses (out of 48,000 faculty from CCC, UC & CSU) as of 5/30/14 CSSA June 2014
  • 20. Council Katherine D. Harris, Project Coordinator Faculty Survey: Cost Reduction 1,005 Responses (out of 48,000 faculty from CCC, UC & CSU) as of 5/30/14 CSSA June 2014
  • 21. California Open Online Library (COOLforEd) • Digital collection of curated open textbooks, peer reviews, accessibility info, and faculty adoption stories • Administered by the California State University System. Image: Licensed cc-by 3.0 OpenSourceWay
  • 22. Publisher: Wiley & Sons Publisher : OpenStax College Amazon $167. 19 Digital Access - $0 Softbound: $34.31 Traditional vs. Open Textbook
  • 23. Faculty OER Adoption ePortfolios • Statistics • Chemistry • History • Micro Economics • Public Speaking • Physics Image: licensed for reuse by Helen Barrett
  • 24. COOLforEd and Accessibility http://oeraccess.merlot.org/
  • 25. Open Textbook Accessibility Reviews Textbook: Collaborative Statistics Accessibility reviewed by: Virtual Ability, Inc.
  • 26. California Open Textbooks Summer/Fall 2014 • Establish peer review process – Create faculty panels – Post reviews for 5 initial areas • Roll-out communications plan • Create student review panels • Promote OER adoption through faculty development opportunities • Curate OER collection for 50 highest enrolled courses including accessibility Image: Licensed cc-by 2.0 Photologue_np on flickr
  • 27. Existing Resources • COERC Project Description icas-ca.org/coerc • COERC Glossary: icas-ca.org/oer- glossary • More to come this summer …
  • 28. Thank you! Contact Information Una Daly udaly@calstate.edu Una Daly unatdaly@ocwconsortium.org