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Mid-Pacific ICT CCCOER-OCW Presentation January 5, 2012 at San Francisco City College

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Open Education Revolution: From Open Access to Open Participation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Una Daly, OCW Community College Outreach Manager Mid-Pacific Conference 2012 Open Education Revolution: From “ Open Access” to “ Open Participation”
  • 2. Agenda
    • Decade of Sharing …
    • Open Courseware to Open Credits
    • Certificates & Credentials
    • Community College Connection
    • Open Education at your Campus
    • Sharing and Benefits
  • 3. Tell us a little about yourself ...
    • Your Name
    • Your College
    • Interest in Open Education
  • 4. A Decade of Sharing
    • MIT Open Courseware (2001)
    • UNESCO (2002)
    • OCW Consortium (2004)
    • Community Colleges (2007)
    • Stanford Engineering Everywhere (2008)
    • DOL TAA Community College Grants (2011)
    • Stanford Artificial Intelligence (2011)
    • MITx Credentialing (2012)
  • 5. Mission
    • “ Advance formal and informal learning through the worldwide sharing and use of free, open, high-quality education materials organized as courses.”
    Over 250 institutions in 46 Countries
  • 6. OCW Sustaining Partners African Virtual University Open Universiteit (Netherlands) China Open Resources for Education Taiwan Open Courseware Consortium Delft University of Technology Tecnológico de Monterrey Fundação Getulio Vargas - FGV Online Tufts University Japan Open Courseware Consortium Universia.net Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Korean Open Courseware Consortium University of California, Irvine Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Michigan Netease Information Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd University of Western Cape (Africa)
  • 7. Growth 2003-2011
  • 8. advancing formal and informal learning through the worldwide sharing and use of free, open, high-quality education materials organized as courses. User Profiles
  • 9. Open Courseware Credentialing
    • Stanford Engineering Everywhere
    • MITx
    • OER University
    • Peer-2-Peer University
    • University of the People
  • 10.
    • Artificial Intelligence Fall 2011
      • 100,000+ enrolled
      • Lectures streamed
      • Homework, quizzes, virtual office hours
      • Certificates available with ranking
      • Credits issued by other universities
        • University of Freiberg
  • 11. MITx: Spring Rollout
    • Open enrollment courses
    • Assessment available
    • Credentials for modest fee
    • Open source online learning platform
      • Computer-aided assessment
  • 12. OER University
    • Consortia of universities worldwide supported by the OER Foundation, New Zealand
    • Hewlett funded project
  • 13. Peer-2-Peer University Mozilla open badges
  • 14. OCW vs. Community Colleges?
    • • Open Enrollment
    • Target Audience
      • Students pursuing credentials
      • Professionals and self-learners
    • Affordability
    • Credentials, Degrees, Certificates
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  • 15. What Motivates Open Source?
    • Learn Something
    • Build Reputation
    • Social Connections
    • Greater Good
    • Steven Weber, The Success of Open Source , 2004
    Image by magerleagues
  • 16. Open Course Library WA State Board Community & Technical Colleges
    • Goals
      • Lower textbook costs
      • Improve course completion rates
      • Provide resources for faculty
      • Share with others (secondary goal)
    • 81 open courses for highest enrolled
      • Faculty & instructional designers
      • 42 Available for download now
        • Common Cartridge or web-based
  • 17.
    • Art Appreciation
    • Calculus I
    • Calculus II
    • Calculus III
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Elementary Algebra
    • Engineering Physics I
    • English Composition I
    • English Composition II
    • General Biology with Lab
    • General Chemistry with Lab I
    • General Chemistry with Lab II
    • General Chemistry with Lab III
    • General Psychology
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
    • Intermediate Algebra
    • Introduction To Business
    • Introduction to Chemistry (Inorganic)
    • Introduction To Literature I
    • Introduction To Logic
    • Introduction To Oceanography
    • Introduction To Philosophy
    • Introduction to Physical Geology
    • Introduction to Statistics
    • Lifespan Psychology
    • Macroeconomics
    • Microeconomics
    • Music Appreciation
    • Physical Anthropology
    • Pre-College English
    • Precalculus I
    • Precalculus II
    • Principles of Accounting I
    • Principles of Accounting II
    • Public Speaking
    • Research for the 21st Century
    • Technical Writing
    • Try College / College Success Course
    • US History I
    • US History II
    • US History III
    http://www.opencourselibrary.org/phase-1-courses
  • 18. Focused Activity
    • In 2 minutes write down 5 to 7 characteristics of implementing open courses.
    • B. Of those 5 to 7, find 3 items in common with person next to you.
    • C. Of those 3 items, find one item in common with person on other side.
  • 19. CCCOER
    • Community College Consortium
      • Dr. Martha Kanter (2007)
      • 200+ colleges in 14 states
    • Joined OCW Consortium
      • Summer 2011
      • Extend Global Reach
  • 20. CCCOER-OCW Member Benefits
    • Information : Stay in the loop on
    • issues in open education .
    • Collaboration : Participate in working groups and communities of interest.
    • Collective Visibility : Gain global exposure through OCWC’s website and shared media exposure.
    • Direction: Provide direct input to OCWC’s focus on community colleges.
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  • 21. CCCOER-OCW Priorities 2012
    • Grow the Community
    • Educational Outreach
    • Online Resources for Faculty
    • Conferences & Meetups
    • Research Opportunities
    • Partnerships
  • 22. Help Us Grow CCCOER-OCW
    • Goal: 20% (240) U.S. colleges
    • Currently at (72) U.S. colleges
    State: # colleges State: # colleges California : 6 Maryland: 1 Florida : 29 New York: 1 Iowa : 1 Washington: 34
  • 23. Educational Outreach
    • Monthly webinars featuring community college faculty
      • January 2012:
        • Use Math Open Textbooks with
        • An Open Online Homework System
    • Online training & resources
    • Policy papers & tools
  • 24. Sustainability & Sharing
    • Education is about sharing
      • Maximize the investments we are already making on learning resources
    • Sharing provides benefits back
      • Improvements, new partners, translations, opportunities …
    Cable Green, Creative Commons Director From Creative Commons Store
  • 25. Open Education Week Mar 5-10, 2012
    • Share your OER projects
      • Live webinars
      • Pre-recorded short videos
      • Websites
      • Handouts
    • Collaborate
    • Find partners
  • 26. Questions
    • Join the Open Education Dialogue
      • http://ocwconsortium.org
      • http://oerconsortium.org
      • Una Daly
      • [email_address]