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  • 1. OCWC 2009 – Monterrey, Mexico Content, Creativity, Infrastructure April 21, 2009
  • 2.
    • Welcome
  • 3.
    • Welcome
    • Business Meeting
    • Board Reports
    OCWC 2009 – Monterrey, Mexico April 21, 2009
  • 4.
    • Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • 5. Dr. Patricio López del Puerto President of the Virtual University, Tecnológico de Monterrey
  • 6.
    • Stephen Carson
    • External Relations Director, MIT OpenCourseWare
    • President, OpenCourseWare Consortium
  • 7.
    • 8 years of OpenCourseWare
  • 8.
    • 4 years for the OCWC
  • 9.
    • 100s of leading Universities
  • 10.
    • 1000s of courses published
  • 11.
    • Commitment
  • 12.
    • Project Staff
  • 13.
    • Community
  • 14.
    • Vision
  • 15.
    • We envision a world in which the desire to learn is fully met by the opportunity to do so anywhere in the world—where everyone, everywhere is able to access affordable, educationally and culturally appropriate opportunities to gain whatever knowledge or training they desire.
  • 16.
    • Mission and Goals
  • 17.
    • The mission of the OpenCourseWare Consortium is to advance formal and informal learning through the worldwide sharing and use of free, open, high-quality education materials organized as courses.
  • 18.
    • Increase the number of members in the OCWC, and the number and diversity of OpenCourseWare courses they make available;
  • 19.
    • Enhance the value of OCW courses to all types of users around the world;
  • 20.
    • Build and nurture a vibrant, culturally diverse global OpenCourseWare community that is connected to the broader OER movement.
  • 21.
    • Support
  • 22.
    • Support
  • 23. Utah Meeting --Where’s Brandon?
  • 24. This Meeting —Where Are John and Mike?
    • MIKE
    • JOHN
  • 25. OCWC Global: Content, Infrastructure and Creativity
  • 26. OCWC Global: Content, Infrastructure and Creativity
  • 27. OCWC Global: Content, Infrastructure and Creativity
  • 28. OCWC Global: Content, Infrastructure and Creativity
  • 29. NOW
  • 30. Excellent Teaching
  • 31. Excellent Learning
  • 32. Excellent Company
  • 33. Today—OCWC Business
    • Business Meeting (elections, bylaws, annual planning, OCWC Global 2010).
    • Board Reports (committee work, including proposed fee structure and ED Search).
    • Project Updates
    • Breakout Sessions
  • 34.
    • Welcome
    • Business Meeting
    • Board Reports
    OCWC 2009 – Monterrey, Mexico April 21, 2009
  • 35.
    • Elections
  • 36. Institutions Total Institutional Members: 155 Total certified voters: 86 Total votes cast: 52
    • Anka Mulder - Delft University of Technology (Netherlands) 37 (19.58%)
    • Edmundo Tovar - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain) 34 (17.99%)
    • Jose Escamilla De los Santos - Technologico de Monterrey (Mexico) 34 (17.99%)
    • Meena Hwang - Korea University (Republic of Korea) 31 (16.4%)
  • 37. Affiliates Total Affiliate Members: 39 Total certified voters: 26 Total votes cast: 14
    • Catharina Maracke - Creative Commons International (United States) 5 (35.71%)
  • 38. ByLaws—Measures Requiring Amendment
    • Meetings
    • The Consortium will hold one global meeting each year. The global meeting will be in April/May.
    •  
  • 39. ByLaws—Measures Requiring Amendment
    • Streamlining and Updates
    •  
    • Updates to Conflict of Interest Policy Pursuant to recommendations of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.
    •  
  • 40. ByLaws—Measures Requiring Amendment
    • Membership
    • Affiliate membership will be expanded to include (accredited) primary / secondary education institutions.
    • A Corporate membership category will be added.
  • 41. ByLaws—Measures Requiring Amendment
    • Membership
    •  
    • An Associate Institutional membership category will be created for institutions joining through associate consortia, with reduced membership fees and voting rights. Associate institutions vote for institutional board members through their associate consortia, with one additional vote for every ten (or portion) of ten Associate institutions.
    • An Associate Consortium Membership category will be added.
    •  
  • 42.
    • 2010 Meeting
  • 43.
    • Annual Planning Calendar
  • 44.  
  • 45.
    • Strategic Plan
  • 46.
    • Vision
  • 47.
    • We envision a world in which the desire to learn is fully met by the opportunity to do so anywhere in the world—where everyone, everywhere is able to access affordable, educationally and culturally appropriate opportunities to gain whatever knowledge or training they desire.
  • 48.
    • Mission and Goals
  • 49.
    • The mission of the OpenCourseWare Consortium is to advance formal and informal learning through the worldwide sharing and use of free, open, high-quality education materials organized as courses.
  • 50.
    • Increase the number of members in the OCWC, and the number and diversity of OpenCourseWare courses they make available;
  • 51.
    • Enhance the value of OCW courses to all types of users around the world;
  • 52.
    • Build and nurture a vibrant, culturally diverse global OpenCourseWare community that is connected to the broader OER movement.
  • 53.
    • Values
  • 54.
    • The Right to Learn: We view the acquisition of knowledge as a fundamental right and the key to unlocking the potential of individuals, communities and cultures worldwide.
  • 55.
    • Inclusivity: We welcome, respect and celebrate all cultures and perspectives. We are committed to building a dynamic body of courses that represents our collective global, cultural and intellectual heritage. We will address the needs of under-resourced regions and institutions to ensure that the production and use of OpenCourseWare is truly global.
  • 56.
    • Openness: We support a collaborative community invested in the improvement of OpenCourseWare. We openly share intellectual content and best practices. We champion open processes and welcome members, partnerships and ideas that further the consortium’s goals.
  • 57.
    • Accountability: We are stewards of the Consortium’s resources, accountable to its members and funders. We measure the impact of our work and value transparency, reporting regularly on the OCWC’s finances and program outcomes. We demand excellence.
  • 58.
    • Responsiveness: We are responsive to our membership. We earn the continued investment of time, talent and resources by both our members and our funders.
  • 59.
    • Strategic Initiatives
  • 60.
    • Aggregate and make available knowledge online for producers of OCW
    • Foster a broad selection of, and growing quantity of, courses
    • Promote OCW through mass media and advocacy
    • Foster and develop OCW tools and technologies
    • Provide technical support and infrastructure to members
    • Support the rational management of course-related intellectual property
    • Build institutional member OCW sites sustainability
    Goal One: Increase the number of education institution members in the OCWC, and the number of OpenCourseWare courses they make available.
  • 61.
    • Articulate and understand user demand of all types of users
    • Make OCW offerings efficiently and effectively discoverable
    • Foster sharing of best practices, tools and mechanisms targeted at the “less connected”
    • Enable better user online access to courseware
    • Support tools for identification of suitability of courses for a given task, or comparison of courses
    • Foster quality of OCW courses
    Goal Two: To deepen the value of OCW courses to all types of users around the world.
  • 62.
    • Help under-resourced entities fully participate in OCWC
    • Organize and support rich, direct communication with the OCW community
    • Aggregate knowledge about OCW for researchers
    Goal Three: Build and nurture a vibrant, culturally diverse global OpenCourseWare community that is connected to the broader OER movement.
  • 63.
    • Hire and retain a strong Executive Director
    • Diversify funding of the Consortium
    • Create sustainable organizational mechanisms
    ( Internal) Goal Four: To build the Consortium’s organizational infrastructure.
  • 64.
    • Business Plan
  • 65.
    • Welcome
    • Business Meeting
    • Board Reports
    OCWC 2009 – Monterrey, Mexico April 21, 2009
  • 66. Board Reports —Membership
    • 194 Formal Members (160 Institutional, 34 Affiliate)
    • 8557 Published Courses
    • 95 Published Sites
  • 67. Board Reports —Sustainability Proposed Dues Structure
    • Institutional, Affiliate and Associate Consortium Members: $500
    • Same Categories in Developing Countries: $250
    • Associate Institutional Members $50
    • Corporate Members: $5000
  • 68. Course Growth since 2003
  • 69. Nominating Committee Robert Schuwer
  • 70. Nomination Guidelines
    • Developed January, 2009
    • Content
      • Who can be nominated
      • Balance criteria for the Board
      • Timetable for process
      • Responsibilities of Board Members
    • http://wiki.ocwconsortium.org/index.php?title=Nomination_and_Election_Guidelines
  • 71. Election 2009
    • March 2009
    • 4 Institutional and 1 Affiliate member needed
    • 8 nominations for Institutional member
    • 6 nominations for Affiliate member
  • 72. Candidates for Institutional
    • Meena Hwang
    • Anka Mulder
    • Edmundo Tovar
    • José Escamilla De Los Santos
    • Doris Rojas
    • Karen Vignare
    • Peter Smith
    • Alireza Rabi
  • 73. Candidates for Affiliate
    • Catherine Ngugi
    • Pedro Arandazi Elejabeita
    • Catharine Maracke
    • Joel Thierstein
    • Richard R. Rowe
    • Paul G. West
  • 74. Thank You! Visit The OpenCourseWare Consortium portal at http://www.ocwconsortium.org Contact the Consortium at: [email_address]