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Launched in fall 2019, the Regional Leadership for Open Education (RLOE) initiative was inspired by CCCOER members’ growing need to collaborate across institutional and state boundaries to find solutions for issues impacting OER adoption at diverse, multi-institution systems. Many open education leaders face similar issues of advocacy and implementation beyond their home institution and wish for the opportunity to craft common solutions and eliminate duplication of efforts. Leaders from colleges, universities, library consortia, and government agencies were invited to participate in four workgroups to discuss and build solutions. Each workgroup has developed a focus project for pursuing in 2020 and will share early efforts and invite community feedback
Policy & Strategy: focusing on a bibliography of open education policies and building a video repository of statewide OER policy clips.
Stewardship: focusing on emerging frameworks for stewardship of open education resources and student privacy and data.
Professionalism: focusing on building a matrix of emerging “open education” roles and their associated competencies to better identify training needs.
Sustainability: focusing on building a virtual file cabinet of higher education infrastructure documents/templates integrating open education.
Denise Cote, Reference Librarian, College of DuPage
James Glapa-Grossklag, Dean, Educational Technology, Learning Resources, and Distance Learning, College of the Canyons
Amy Hofer, Coordinator, Statewide Open Education Library Services, Open Oregon
Quill West, Open Education Project Manager, Pierce College District
Lisa Young, Faculty Director, Center for Teaching & Learning, Scottsdale Community College
Moderator: Una Daly, CCCOER Director