Instructional Design for CHAMP TAACCCT3 Consortium Hires

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Presentation on the TAACCCT3 grant funded Instructional Designer positions. Presentation contains information on the grant, OER requirements, OER repositories, and tasks in a typical day.

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  • CCCS has received grant funds to be used to put manufacturing curriculum created with TAACCCT funds online and in OPEN formats. The instructional designer helpsstandardizeonline resources created by the consortium and put curriculum and materials online. This position provides associated technical direction for manufacturing colleges. The Instructional Designer is a centralized resource to put content online and to meet the requirements of the TAACCCT grant, while workingwith subject matter experts to create innovative online and hybrid learning solutions. The instructional designer is charged to make richer, more interactive activities with the curriculum in both energy programs and in manufacturing.Make richer, more interactive activities within the curriculumCreate standardization of the online resources across the consortiumFacilitate sharing of content across consortium Publish curriculum created with TAACCCT funds online and in OPEN formatsServe as a centralized resource to publishing content online
  • Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Programs Consortium Colleges include:Aims Community CollegeFront Range Community CollegeCommunity College of DenverEmily Griffith Technical CollegeFront Range Community CollegeLamar Community CollegeMetropolitan State University of DenverPueblo Community CollegePikes Peak Community CollegeRed Rocks Community College
  • You feel like a super hero delivering high quality content at “no cost”Why a super hero?Open source material can be taken, reused, revised, remixed, republished, and re-organized as needed as long as you follow the creative commons licenseDigital course content is compiled and edited by the instructor for other instructorsContent is presented and delivered predominantly in multimedia friendly formats through the InternetDigital OER textbooks, text readings are reduced and condensed compared to regular textbooksUpdating is instant and constant on an on-going basisOER Repositories are often “peer reviewed” for quality
  • Tools an OER Superhero Uses in this GrantCHAMP Dashboardhttp://www.symbaloo.com/shared/AAAACMSNVS0AA42Agd4JvQ==OPEN Courses: Merlot, Connexions, MIT OpenCourseWare, Open Yale Courses, Harvard Open Learning Initiative, Open Culture, Coursera, OpenCourseWare Consortium, MOOC List, edX, OpenCourse Library, Videos: YouTube, Vimeo or the Internet ArchiveAudio/Podcasts: Soundcloud or the Internet ArchivePresentations:SlideshareOPEN Content: Google DriveDigital Public Library of AmericaPhETP2PUOpenStaxDOL OER or OPEN informationhttp://open4us.org/faq/http://open4us.org/resources/cc-by-license-implementation-deep-dive-resources/
  • Challenges to Using OERTechnology—OER is viewed as a new technology and doesn’t have wide acceptance as publisher contentOER Repositories—Are built on the different platform s such as HTML vs. XML Time—takes an enormous amount of time to find OER, confirm the creative commons licenses and then adapt the OER for your specific needs.Quality Assessment—OER is voluntary, there is a reluctance to “share” or have material peer reviewedCollege or Faculty Property—whoactually “owns” the content created within a college system.Academic freedom often prevent the acceptance of open materialtakes time to confirm the creative commons licenses and then adapt the OER for your specific needs.Central OER repository– no one source for OER, must search many different repositories
  • Challenges to Contributing to OERTechnology—OERs are built on the different platforms such as HTML vs. XML Time—Sharing to an OER Repository requires manual recreating of content since SCORM or common cartridges uploads are not standardQuality Assessment—reluctance to “accept” others work as “equivalent” as their own material or view as “inferior” to publisher created materialCollege or Faculty Property—whoactually “owns” the content created within a college system? If a system owns all material created by faculty/employees while being paid with system funds, can course material be contributed to OER?Creating a different CC BY license for each OER publishedNo Central OER repository
  • Grants Defined
  • Goals are to:develop master courses for the consortium certificatesAvoid duplication of effort when creating certificates and coursesShare courses between consortium colleges as quickly as possibleShare the workload across the consortium when creating new certificates and coursesEnsure all non-proprietary material is published to OER
  • CHAMP consortium is composed of 4 distinct certificate development cohort groups Electro-Mechanical4 Certificates with 25 Master CoursesEngineering Graphics2 AAS degrees and 20 certificates with 94 Master CoursesMachining2 AAS degrees and 26 certificates with 57 Master CoursesWelding3 AAS degrees and 17 certificates
  • Degrees/Certificate and Course Development TimelinesActive courses within existing certificates developed into Master courses by June 2014New courses shared by more than 1 college for existing or new certificates by October 2014New certificate courses by November 2014
  • June 2014*—development of 127 Master Courses 100% Are existing courses being revised into Master Courses to be shared between consortium collegesAEC: Architecture Engineering and Construction ManagementCAD: Computer Assisted DraftingCNG: Computer and Networking TechEIC: Electricity Industry and CommercialEGT: Engineering Graphics TechELT: ElectronicsENY: Energy TechnologyGIS: Geography Information SystemsMAC: MachiningMAN: ManagementMTE: Manufacturing TechnologyPRO: Process TechnologyWEL: WeldingWTG: Wind Turbine Generation*Due to the large number of courses and the late start of our development, colleges that cannot hit the goal, can complete 2 courses per month through project completion
  • October 2014—development of 63 Master Courses in:33% New build courses CAD: Computer Assisted DraftingEGT: Engineering Graphics TechENY: Energy TechnologyMAC: MachiningMTE: Manufacturing TechnologyWEL: WeldingDecember 2014 development of 24 Master Courses in:100% New Build Certificates and CoursesMAC: MachiningMTE: Manufacturing TechnologyWEL: Welding
  • CHAMP ID focus Assist consortium college faculty find OER materialAssist consortium colleges with No Instructional Designer to create master courses in D2LPublish ALL Master Courses to OERDocument OER URLs to http://www.cccs.edu/partnering-for-success/trade-adjustment-assistance/taa-champ/taa-champ-projects/ and DOL repository
  • Immediate NeedsSeek Course Material and ResourcesSwiss Turn-Intro to Advanced ManufacturingIntro to Principles of Swiss TurnSwiss Turn I, II, III 5 Axis machiningWire EDMcourses for incrementally advanced levelsQuality Control and Inspection Levels I, II, III
  • Just the Basics
  • Official CCCS TAACCCT websitesCHAMPCCCS.edu
  • Mandatory MeetingsCHAMP Leadership-1st Thursday of the month @12:30pmAdvisory: 4th Monday of the Month @10amProject Leads: 1st Monday of the Month @ID Team:1st and 2nd Thursdays of the month @9amAcademic Affairs Department Meetings 1st, 3rd, 4th Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am in CCCS President’s Conference RoomCOETC and CHAMP Team MeetingsEvery Tuesday at 10:00 am
  • BasecampTreat this as a meeting placeUse as a communication tool with the group instead of email chainsDocuments are static but will contribute to the projects historyDoesn’t replace one to one communication
  • A Typical Day
  • Email priority listMeetingsWebEx or F2FCreate CC BY licenses for contentCreate cc attributionsTransfer course content from college to repositoryTransfer course content from repository to collegeBuild webpages of course content in MerlotPublish content to OERUpdate OER indexMore emails to keep communication flowing
  • Instructional Design for CHAMP TAACCCT3 Consortium Hires

    1. 1. Instructional Design TAACCCT3-CHAMP
    2. 2. Overview • Make richer, more interactive activities within the curriculum • Create standardization of the online resources across the consortium • Facilitate sharing of content across consortium • Publish curriculum created with TAACCCT funds online and in OPEN formats • Serve as a centralized resource to publishing content online
    3. 3. The CHAMP Consortium • Aims Community College • Community College of Denver • Emily Griffith Technical College • Front Range Community College • Lamar Community College • Metropolitan State University of Denver • Pueblo Community College • Pikes Peak Community College • Red Rocks Community College brenda.perea@cccs. edu
    4. 4. OER Open Educational Resources or……
    5. 5. OER-Open Educational Resources You will feel like a super hero delivering high quality content at ―no cost‖ – Why a super hero? • Open source material can be taken, reused, revised, remixed, republished, and re-organized as needed as long as you follow the creative commons license • Digital course content is compiled and edited by the instructor for other instructors • Content is presented and delivered predominantly in multimedia friendly formats through the Internet • Digital OER textbooks, text readings are reduced and condensed compared to regular textbooks • Updating is instant and constant on an on-going basis • OER Repositories are often ―peer reviewed‖ for qualitySuper Hero by demandaj published under a CC BY-NC-SA- 2.0 license
    6. 6. Tools An OER Superhero Uses in This Grant CHAMP Dashboard – http://www.symbaloo.com/shared/AAAACMSNVS0AA42Agd4JvQ== OPEN Courses: – Merlot, Connexions, MIT OpenCourseWare, Open Yale Courses, Harvard Open Learning Initiative, Open Culture, Coursera, OpenCourseWare Consortium, MOOC List, edX, OpenCourse Library, Videos: – YouTube, Vimeo or the Internet Archive Audio/Podcasts: – Soundcloud or the Internet Archive Presentations: – Slideshare OPEN Content: – Google Drive – Digital Public Library of America – PhET – P2PU – OpenStax DOL OER or OPEN information – http://open4us.org/faq/ – http://open4us.org/resources/cc-by-license-implementation-deep-dive-resources/ − License Chooser tool − http://creativecommons.org/choose/ Cool Toy Pics of the Day by rosefirerising is published under a CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license
    7. 7. Challenges to Using OER • Technology—OER is viewed as a new technology and doesn’t have wide acceptance as publisher content • OER Repositories—Are built on the different platform s such as HTML vs. XML • Time—takes an enormous amount of time to find OER, confirm the creative commons licenses and then adapt the OER for your specific needs. • Quality Assessment—OER is voluntary, there is a reluctance to ―share‖ or have material peer reviewed • College or Faculty Property—who actually ―owns‖ the content created within a college system. • Academic freedom often prevent the acceptance of open material • takes time to confirm the creative commons licenses and then adapt the OER for your specific needs. • Central OER repository– no one source for OER, must search many different repositories 7 Super Villain by tikigod published under a CC BY-NC-ND-2.0 license
    8. 8. Challenges to Contributing to OER • Technology—OERs are built on the different platforms such as HTML vs. XML • Time—Sharing to an OER Repository requires manual recreating of content since SCORM or common cartridges uploads are not standard • Quality Assessment—reluctance to ―accept‖ others work as ―equivalent‖ as their own material or view as ―inferior‖ to publisher created material • College or Faculty Property—who actually ―owns‖ the content created within a college system? • If a system owns all material created by faculty/employees while being paid with system funds, can course material be contributed to OER? • Creating a different CC BY license for each OER published • No Central OER repository 8 Super Villain by tikigod published under a CC BY-NC-ND-2.0 license
    9. 9. CHAMP Campus OER Repositories • Merlot – Repository for publishing courses to OER • Slideshare – Publishing presentations to OER • YouTube – COETC and CHAMP channels • Publishing videos to OER
    10. 10. GRANTS DEFINED
    11. 11. ID’s Support the Consortium in Meeting the Statement of Work • Goals are to: – Develop courses for the consortium certificates • Avoid duplication of effort when creating certificates and courses • Share courses between consortium colleges as quickly as possible • Share the workload across the consortium when creating new certificates and courses – Ensure ALL non-proprietary material is published to OER brenda.perea@cccs. edu
    12. 12. CHAMP Degree/Certificate Development 4 distinct degree/certificate development cohort groups • Electro-Mechanical • 4 Certificates with 25 Master Courses • Engineering Graphics • 2 AAS degrees and 20 certificates with 94 Master Courses • Machining • 2 AAS degrees and 26 certificates with 57 Master Courses • Welding • 3 AAS degrees and 17 certificates
    13. 13. CHAMP Degrees/Certificates Development Timelines • June 2014 – Active courses within existing degrees or certificates developed into Master courses • October 2014 – New courses shared by more than 1 college for existing or new certificates • November 2014 – New certificate courses
    14. 14. CHAMP June 2014* 127 Master Courses 100% are existing courses being revised into Master Courses to be shared between consortium colleges – AEC: Architecture Engineering and Construction Management – CAD: Computer Assisted Drafting – CNG: Computer and Networking Tech – EIC: Electricity Industry and Commercial – EGT: Engineering Graphics Tech – ELT: Electronics – ENY: Energy Technology – GIS: Geography Information Systems – MAC: Machining – MAN: Management – MTE: Manufacturing Technology – PRO: Process Technology – WEL: Welding – WTG: Wind Turbine Generation *Due to the large number of courses and the late start of our development, colleges that cannot hit the goal, can complete 2 courses per month through project completion
    15. 15. CHAMP October 2014 63 Master Courses 33% New build courses – CAD: Computer Assisted Drafting – EGT: Engineering Graphics Tech – ENY: Energy Technology – MAC: Machining – MTE: Manufacturing Technology – WEL: Welding CHAMP December 2014 24 Master Courses 100% New Build Certificates and Courses – MAC: Machining – MTE: Manufacturing Technology – WEL: Welding
    16. 16. CHAMP ID Focus • Assist consortium college faculty find OER material • Assist consortium colleges with No Instructional Designer to create master courses in D2L • Publish ALL Master Courses to OER • Document OER URLs to http://www.cccs.edu/partnering-for-success/trade-adjustment- assistance/taa-champ/taa-champ-projects/ and DOL repository
    17. 17. Immediate Needs: • Seek Course Material and Resources – Swiss Turn-Intro to Advanced Manufacturing • Intro to Principles of Swiss Turn • Swiss Turn I, II, III • 5 Axis machining • Wire EDM – courses for incrementally advanced levels – Quality Control and Inspection • Levels I, II, III
    18. 18. JUST THE BASICS
    19. 19. Official CCCS TAACCCT websites • CHAMP – CCCS.edu
    20. 20. CHAMP Meetings • Leadership-1st Thursday of the month @12:30pm • Advisory: 4th Monday of the Month @10am • Project Leads: 1st Monday of the Month @3pm • ID Team:1st and 2nd Thursdays of the month @9am
    21. 21. Basecamp – Treat this as a meeting place – Use as a communication tool with the group instead of email chains – Documents are static but will contribute to the projects history – Doesn’t replace one to one communication
    22. 22. More about Basecamp Master CHAMP Calendar – Includes Meetings for: • ID Team • MOOC Development Team • Credit for Prior Learning Subcommittee • Project Leads • Navigators • Advisory Cohort Groups – Machining – Electro-Mechanical – Engineering Graphic – Welding
    23. 23. A TYPICAL DAY
    24. 24. • Email priority list • Meetings – WebEx or F2F • Create CC BY licenses for content – Create cc attributions • Transfer course content from college to repository – Transfer course content from repository to college • Build webpages of course content in Merlot – Publish content to OER • Update OER index • More emails to keep communication flowing
    25. 25. Creative Commons Attribution This Workforce Solution presentation by Brenda Perea is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Based on a work created under the Department of Labor, TAACCCT3 grant, permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.cccs.edu/partnering-for-success/trade-adjustment- assistance/taa-champ.

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