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  • 1. Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources Open Textbook Project Meeting Thursday, May 1, 2008, 10 am – 3 pm Krause Center for Innovation
  • 2. Goals of Meeting
    • Host the membership meeting of the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
    • Discuss Community College Open Textbook Project
    • Review OER Faculty Survey results
    • Identify next steps
  • 3. AGENDA Brian Page, 1999, Pics4Learning Concluding Remarks 2:50
    • CCCOER Next Steps
    • Identification of Campus OER Champions
    • Building Faculty Engagement & Investment
    • Training Needs
    • Identifying Discipline Experts
    • Growing the Consortium
    1:30 Open Textbook Development & Adoption 12:30 Working Lunch 11:45 Connexions Statistics Open Textbook Project 11:10 Break 11:00 CCCOER Survey Results 10:45 CCCOER & CCOT: Progress to Date & Goals 10:25 Hewlett Foundation Update 10:15 Welcome and Introductions 10:00
  • 4. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
    • Catherine M. Casserly, Ph.D.
    • Director Open Educational Resources
    • Vic Vuchic Associate Program Officer Open Educational Resources
  • 5. Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
    • Goal
      • Identify, create and/or repurpose existing OER as Open Textbooks and make them available for use by community college students and faculty
    • Objective
      • Seeking the support of faculty to identify, review, evaluate, and make available high quality, accessible and culturally relevant model Open Textbooks
    • Established in July 2007 by the Foothill-De Anza Community College District
    • Representatives from over 20 colleges attended the first CCCOER information meeting on July 17, 2007
  • 6. CCCOER: Progress to Date
    • Membership
      • 64 colleges
      • CA, MD, NY, WA, NV, Ontario
    • Website – cccoer.wordpress.com
    • OER Survey of 1,203 faculty
    • Collaboration
      • Textbook Summit
      • Student PIRG
      • Connexions
      • Monterey Institute for Technology and Education
      • Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
      • Flat World Knowledge
    • Developed faculty self-paced tutorial and credit course about OER
      • Available online via Connexions and ETUDES NG
    • Co-hosted Open Textbook Meeting in Jan 2008
    • OER presentations at state and national professional meetings and colleges; participation in California Textbook Summit
  • 7.  
  • 8. Community College Open Textbook Project
    • Hewlett Foundation Grant
      • Feasibility study to provide high quality, accessible and culturally relevant open textbooks for community college students and faculty through the CCCOER and other academic, noncommercial and commercial partners
  • 9. Community College Open Textbook Project Goal Identify, organize, and support the production and use of high quality, accessible and culturally relevant Open Textbooks for community college students
  • 10. Community College Open Textbook Project Goals
    • Increase the scope and membership of CCCOER
    • Centralize critical Open Textbook information for use by community colleges
    • Document a workflow model for producing and maintaining Open Textbooks
    • Design and conduct research studies about the benefits of Open Textbooks
    • Develop a business plan to increase sustainability
  • 11.  
  • 12. Workflow Summary
    • Locate, collect and develop open content
    • Vet the content
      • Quality
        • Depth, breadth, cultural relevancy, authority of source, etc.
      • Technical
        • Accessibility, interoperability, etc.
    • Prepare open content for CC use
      • Customize, organize, localize, convert for accessibility, interoperability
    • Provide publication and dissemination options
  • 13. Proposed Workflow for Campuses
    • Form Taskforce on campus to address adoption of open textbooks
      • Curriculum approval
      • Pedagogical standards
      • Articulation
      • Tech support
      • Bookstore and print shop services
      • Library
      • Faculty and department participation
      • Faculty training in development of OER
      • Marketing
  • 14. Proposed Workflow for Campuses
    • Foster community of educators who will use and contribute to open content appropriate for use as textbook at community colleges
      • Educate campus community about OER and open textbooks
      • Provide model Board policies about OER
      • Provide model tenure and promotion incentives for faculty to participate in OER
      • Provide guide for development and implementation of campus Taskforce to address adoption of open textbooks
  • 15. What Sustainability and Business Models are most viable for the Community College Open Textbook Project?
  • 16. Sustainability
    • Unique sustainability challenges of open educational resource projects
    • Must find ways to sustain
      • Production and sharing of open educational resources
      • Use and reuse of their open educational resources by end users
  • 17. Sustainability
    • Explore the viability of institutional and/or student use fees
    • Examine the relationship and cost-models for Connexion’s digital university press and the campus
    • Bookstores and Printshops as point-of-purchase centers for Open Textbooks
    • Identify sources of operating support from states, institutions, foundations and other complementary organizations
  • 18. “ Sustainability is more than funding models.” ~ S. Downes ~
    • Quality processes
    • Technical
    • Openness, access and licenses
    • Staffing
    • Workflow
    • Maintenance
  • 19. CCCOER Survey Results
    • 1,203 faculty respondents
      • 12 Districts and 28 colleges
      • 66% full-time
      • Represent wide range of disciplines
    • 91% indicated interest in using OER materials in their classes
    • 34% said they were aware of OER materials in their field
  • 20. CCCOER Survey Results
    • 34% already using OER materials in their classes
    • Greatest type of OER use reported
      • Journals and journal articles
      • Reference works and materials
      • Newspaper articles
      • Images
    • 87% likely or very likely to use OER materials if such materials were readily accessible
    • 66% interested in helping to produce or identify OER materials
    • Support needed for faculty to develop of OER
      • Training
      • Guidelines and/or templates
      • Paid compensation or stipend
      • Website repository of OER materials
  • 21. OER Survey
  • 22. OER Survey
  • 23. CCCOER can fill this gap OER Survey
  • 24. Connexions Statistics Open Textbook Project Collaborative Statistics by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean OCPS Television,1998, Pics4Learning
  • 25. Content Review Panel
    • Five CCCOER members
      • Two University of California representatives
      • Two California State University representatives
      • Two other experts
    • Determine and define the necessary elements of a model CC Open Textbook
      • Reading level
      • Depth and scope
      • Quality and accuracy
      • Cultural relevance
      • Currency
      • Authority of source
  • 26. Technical Panel
    • Interoperability standards
    • Content dissemination processes
    • Accessibility
  • 27. Working Lunch K. Hedges, 2007, Pics4Learning
  • 28. Open Textbook Adoption Exercise
    • Five Steps to open textbook adoption for your course
    Get necessary approvals; disseminate Step 5:   Organize open content; build textbook Step 4: Select or create appropriate open content Step 3: Search for open content using the keywords Step 2: List keywords based on course objectives or student learning outcomes Step 1:
  • 29. Open Textbook Adoption Tasks
    • Locate and categorize suitable open content
      • Topics by top courses that represent 80% of enrollments
      • Reading level
      • Depth and scope
    • Evaluate
      • Quality
      • Accessibility
      • Cultural relevance
      • Currency
      • Authority
      • Articulation
    • Customize, Remix, Localize and Organize
      • Interoperability
      • Accessibility
      • License type
      • Cultural relevance
    • Disseminate in print and digital formats
      • Student (DIY) for production of open textbook
      • Campus bookstore and/or printshop services for production of open textbook
      • Proprietary services
  • 30. Next Steps
    • Identification of Campus OER Champions
    • Building Faculty Engagement & Investment
    • Training Needs
    • Identifying Discipline Experts
    • Growing the Consortium
    Kenneth Ransom,, 2000. Pics4Learning
  • 31. Concluding Remarks Brian Page,1985, Pics4Learning