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Presentation to the WA House Higher Education Committee re: open educational resources.

Presentation to the WA House Higher Education Committee re: open educational resources.

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Connie Broughton (HHE 3-17-09) Connie Broughton (HHE 3-17-09) Presentation Transcript

  • House Higher Education Committee Work Session March 17, 2009
    • Courses
    • Resources
    • Programs
    • Services
    • Technology
    • Shared online course content
      • Over 100 courses any college can adopt and use
      • Complete degrees and programs
    • Pooled enrollment
      • Over 300 courses into which any college can enroll students
      • Currently only available within community and technical college system
    • Colleges adopt courses developed by other colleges and advertise to their students
    3 2 Students register at the closest college that meets their need Enrolling colleges provide student services 1
    • Enrolling college collects tuition, state support and fees
    • Enrolling college pays teaching college $50 per credit per enrollment
    • Teaching college pays instructor according to local contract
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    • Outsourced hosting
    • Tight business rules
    • Integration
    • 24 x 7 tech support
    • Faculty training
    Year Annualized Student FTE Staff FTE 2001 877 9.5 2008 5000 8 2009 6000 (est.) 7
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    • Single installation of ANGEL course management system hosted by ANGEL
    • 35 branded domains
    • Full integration with college student management system by Fall 09
    • Integrated ePortfolio
    • Competitive cost model
    • Learning Object Repository
    • Integrated with Elluminate (unlimited use)
    • Begin with common needs
      • faculty training
      • information literacy materials
    • Can share whole courses or pieces of courses
    • Can share resources by department, by college, by state wide program, etc.
    • Redesign all shared curriculum
      • Searchable modules
      • Open resources
      • Culturally welcoming
      • Faculty, instructional designers and research librarians on each team
      • Open access to all materials
    • Free professional development and training for faculty and staff
    • Quality Matters pilot http://www.qualitymatters.org
    • Web resources for faculty, students and staff
      • Example: How to Use ANGEL for students developed and shared by Centralia College
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    • 19 Washington CTCs, WSU and Chemeketa
    • Technology provided by NE eTutoring Consortium
    • Each college provides five hours of tutoring per week
    • Coordinator hired by WSU and SBCTC creates a single schedule
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    • Connie Broughton
    • Assistant Director, eLearning
    • 509-434-5152
    • Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
    • [email_address]