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CCCOER Faculty OER Adoption Stories in Art History and US History

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Instructors who are new to open educational resources (OER) and practices can be reluctant to commit to adopting OER materials due to anticipated or unknown challenges. In redesigning their courses to use OER, there may be missing materials that they have to find or develop themselves. They may be concerned about how students will react to an open textbook format or how well students will achieve the course learning outcomes with the new materials.

Join us to hear from an Art History instructor and a History instructor from different colleges in different states who have recently completed their first OER adoptions. Starting with what motivated them to adopt OER in their courses, they will share with us what they learned in the process using the following as guiding questions:

What challenges did you face in adopting OER? How did you address the challenges?
What was your process for getting the work done? What did your college do for you to make it easier? What do you wish your college could have done for you?
How did your teaching change?
How are your students reacting in your OER course? How are you measuring that?
What do you think you might change in the future?
How can your college help OER to be successful across your discipline?
When: Wednesday, Jan 30, 12pm PT/ 3pm ET
Featured Speakers
Rudy Navarro, Art History Instructor, Phoenix Community College, Maricopa County, AZ
Laura Baltz, History Instructor, Pierce College District, WA

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CCCOER Faculty OER Adoption Stories in Art History and US History

  1. 1. Faculty OER Adoption Stories in Art History and U.S History Jan 30, 2019, 12:00 pm PST Welcome to image: pixabay.com
  2. 2. Agenda ● Introductions ● CCCOER Overview ● Adopting OER in U.S. History ● Adopting OER for Art History ● Stay in the Loop ● Open Education Week ● Spring webinars ● Q & A
  3. 3. Speakers Dr. Rudy Navarro Art History Instructor Phoenix Community College Maricopa Colleges, AZ Laura Baltz U.S. History Instructor Pierce College District, WA Moderators: Matthew Bloom Una Daly
  4. 4. ● Expand awareness & access to high- quality OER ● Support faculty choice & development ● Improve student success CCCOER Mission
  5. 5. Membership Winter 2019 http://cccoer.org/Member 12 State-wide Memberships Welcome to our newest members: Colorado Community College System Johnson County Community College, KS Santa Ana College, CA
  6. 6. OER Adoption Considerations ● What motivated you to adopt OER for your course? ● What was your process for getting the work done? What did your college do for you to make it easier? What do you wish your college could have done for you? ● How did your teaching change? ● What are students saying? How are you measuring that? ● What do you think you might change in the future?
  7. 7. OER Adoption in U.S. History Laura Baltz U.S. History Instructor
  8. 8. Adoption of OER ContentCc Pixabay
  9. 9. ∗ Do I have to write everything myself? ∗ I don’t know how to do attributions! ∗ It is a lot of work. How will I make time to do it? Initial Concerns cc Pixabay
  10. 10. Obstacles and Solutions Obstacle ∗ Finding good resources ∗ Core text ∗ Longevity of resources ∗ Writing great assessments ∗ Time ∗ Picture cc pixabay Solution ∗ Instructional design team! ∗ Find a core text. ∗ Student employee ∗ Students Work ∗ Give yourself a time table- like one module every two weeks
  11. 11. Grants and monetary compensation Instructional design team Administration has been supportive Faculty Review Thank You Quill and Zoe! How to support adoption of OER
  12. 12. ∗ Make sure you utilize all of your instructional design team and Librarians. ∗ Project Guttenberg ∗ Digital history ∗ Interactive Constitution ∗ Openstax (main text) Resources
  13. 13. ∗ Reduces prep time ∗ Easy access ∗ Increases effectiveness and accuracy of grades ∗ Student’s are enjoying it and appreciate not having to purchase a text!!! Benefits to instructors
  14. 14. OER Adoption in Art History Dr. Rudy Navarro Art History Instructor
  15. 15. Challenges Curation Images: Unsplash
  16. 16. Challenges Image: Unsplash Maricopa Millions
  17. 17. Julie Magadan, Instructional Designer Christine Moore, Library Faculty| Department Chair Process
  18. 18. Build Tes t Process Images: Unsplash
  19. 19. OER Textbook No opinion Format like best 20 1 2 Format keeps attention 21 1 1 Format learn more from 20 1 2 Student perception of Open Resources vs. Textbook, n=23
  20. 20. Theme Videos assist with learning (various reasons) 8 Mix of reading and video hold attention 3 Online accessible and enjoyable 2 Shorter readings help focus 2 Other 4 Thematic Analysis of Preference, n = 19
  21. 21. Textbook OER % Change % completed 47.4 82.3 73.6 % on-time 15.7 57.6 267 Percent of Assignments Completed and Percent of Assignments Completed On Time Total attempts for OER on-time calculations, n = 250 Total attempts for OER completed calculations, n = 300 Total attempts for textbook calculations, n = 656
  22. 22. Teaching changes Images: Unsplash
  23. 23. Stay in the Loop ● Upcoming Conferences See our website under “Get-Involved” ● Stay in touch thru Community Email -- https://www.cccoer.org/community-email/ Image: pixabay.com http://cccoer.org
  24. 24. Open Education Week openeducationweek.org Call for Participation now open, promotional materials available. http://www.openeducationweek.org
  25. 25. Spring Webinar Series (12pm/3pm EST) Image: pixabay.com Jan 30 Faculty and College OER Adoption Stories March 4-8 Open Ed Week: Faculty Dialogues on OER Signup: http://bit.ly/OEW19FacultyDialogues April 3 The OER Connection with Dual Enrollment May 8 OER/ZTC Degree Pathways June 5 Regional Models for OER Implementation Descriptions & Registration: http://bit.ly/CCCOERspring2019
  26. 26. Questions? Contact Info: @unatdaly -- unatdaly@oeconsortium.org @quill_west -- oclquill.west@gmail.com @cccoer Liz Yata -- lizyata@oeconsortium.org Thank you!

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