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Perspectives on open educational resources from deans, devotees, doubters and doers

Perspectives on open educational resources from deans, devotees, doubters and doers

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  • Our broad goals today are 1) that you will gather diverse perspectives on how the introduction of open educational resources may be perceived at a statewide level, including challenges and triumphs, and 2) that you will share experiences and suggestions to help make such introduction and dissemination more effective elsewhere in the future.

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  • Evolution or Revolution?Perspectives on Open Education From Deans,Devotees, Doubters, and DoersSteve Ellis(Clover ParkTechnical College)(253) 589-6059 Phil Venditti (Clover Park Technical College) (253) 589-5595 Brooke Zimmers (Shoreline Community College) (206) 546-4795
  • ACTIVITY PLANI. 3 minutes to describe your orientation toward open educational resources: • Beliefs • Barriers • Benefits II. Panelists offer perspectives on the “three Bs”III. “Where do we go from here?”  Exchanging ideas with each other
  • Administratively, It’s A Matter of:• Cost• Politics• Academic Freedom• Promotion, Place, Product, Price (marketing strategy)
  • A Zealot’s View:• Building momentum…• …But losing it – Because faculty don’t “adopt” anything 100% – Because resources need to be maintained OPEN ONLINE / OPEN COURSE EDUCATIONAL DISTANCE LIBRARY—81 RESOURCES LEARNING COURSES
  • Points to Ponder: The Naysayer• Benefits: Affordability, Sharing, Accessibility• Beliefs and Barriers: Context and Climate Compensation, Professionalism Standards, Quality Corporate Creep one-online-source-fits-all solution