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CCCOER Presents: Regional Leaders of Open Education

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When: Wednesday, March 4, noon PST/3pm EST:

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.

Featured Speakers:
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

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CCCOER Presents: Regional Leaders of Open Education

  1. 1. March 4, 2020 noon PST Regional Leaders of Open Education (RLOE) Unless otherwise indicated, this presentation is licensed CC-BY 4.0
  2. 2. Agenda ● Introductions ● Overview ● OER Policy & Strategy ● Professionalism of the Open Educator ● OER Stewardship ● OER Sustainability ● Q & A
  3. 3. RLOE: OpenEd19 Launch Organized by: Policy & Strategy Professional Competency Sustainability Stewardship Data/OER
  4. 4. Speakers Moderator: Una Daly CCCOER, Director Open Education Global Denise Coté Professor & Librarian College of DuPage James Glapa- Grossklag Dean Educational Technology, Learning Resources and Distance Learning College of the Canyons Quill West Open Education Project Manager Pierce College Amy Hofer Coordinator, Open Oregon Educational Resources Lisa Young Faculty Director, CTL Scottsdale Community College Kevin Corcoran Executive Director, Digital Learning, Connecticut State Colleges & Universities
  5. 5. OER Policy & Strategy Dr. Denise Coté Professor & Librarian Illinois Dr. Lisa Young Faculty Director, Center for Teaching & Learning Arizona
  6. 6. OER Policy & Strategy Bob Awkward, Massachusetts Erin Larsen, California Boyoung Chae, Washington Mark McBride, New York Denise Coté, Illinois Richard Sebastian, Achieving the Dream Cheryl Cullier, Arizona Kylah Torre, Texas Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Florida Christina Trunnell, Montana Mike Daly, New York Christina Virden, Missouri Ryan Erickson-Kulas, Michelson 20MM Foundation Lisa Young, Arizona Spencer Ellis, Colorado Brad Fricks, Alabama
  7. 7. OER Policy & Strategy • Describe your state or regional partnership and how it came about. • What do you see as the most effective lever for increasing OER adoption in your state/region? • What are your lessons learned? Video/Audio Series: Key Topics in State & Regional OER Policy
  8. 8. OER Policy & Strategy (DRAFT) The purpose of this document is to collect and summarize policies and procedures that address the implementation of OER policy at the State and regional levels. Implementing State Policy: Best Practices Topics Include: OER Grant Programs Course Marking Statewide or Multi-Institution OER Taskforces/Councils Compliance with State Reporting Requirements OER Studies & Surveys K-12 Partnerships & Dual Credit ZTC Programs & CTE Programs
  9. 9. OER Policy & Strategy (DRAFT) The purpose of this document is to collect and summarize policies and procedures that address the implementation of OER policy at the State and regional levels. Implementing State Policy: Best Practices OER Grant Programs Massachusetts Higher Education Innovation Fund North Dakota University System OER Grant Program
  10. 10. OER Policy & Strategy (DRAFT) The purpose of this document is to collect and summarize policies and procedures that address the implementation of OER policy at the State and regional levels. Implementing State Policy: Best Practices Topics Include: OER Grant Programs Course Marking Statewide or Multi-Institution OER Taskforces/Councils Compliance with State Reporting Requirements OER Studies & Surveys K-12 Partnerships & Dual Credit ZTC Programs & CTE Programs
  11. 11. OER Policy & Strategy (DRAFT) The purpose of this document is to collect and summarize policies and procedures that address the implementation of OER policy at the State and regional levels. Implementing State Policy: Best Practices General resources SPARC State Policy Playbook 2020 Creative Commons State Legislative Guide UNESCO Guidelines on the Development of OER Policies OER Policy World Map: OER Policy Registry
  12. 12. Share your feedback with us Please send your feedback to denisecote@gmail.com
  13. 13. Professionalism of the Open Educator Quill West Open Education Project Manager Washington
  14. 14. The Team Phillip Anaya, Texas Stephanie Pierce, Arkansas Nathan Smith, Texas Debbie Baker, Arizona Michelle Pilati, California Paul Stacey, British Columbia Alexis Clifton, New York Elaine Plourde, New York Sue Tashjian, Massachusetts Emily Frank, Louisiana Lauren Roberts, Arizona Tina Ulrich, Michigan Lori-Beth Larsen, Minnesota Andrea Scott, Utah Suzanne Wakim, California Cailyn Nagle, California Kelsey Smith, California Linda Williams, Virginia Ron Oxford, California
  15. 15. Our Current Questions What are professional practices of open educators? How do people find out about those practices? Why should newcomers be invested in our field? What do employers evaluate in terms of identifying people who will be successful in open education roles?
  16. 16. Method Define the “what” of open education professions. (Roles) Describe the “how.” (Competencies and Skills) Explore the “how to.” (Professional Development Opportunities) Combine our findings into a useful matrix. Controlled vocabulary Cross-Walked skill sets PD outcomes mapped to roles Recommendations for needed skills
  17. 17. Existing Tools • Collections of job descriptions (Salt Lake Community College) • Open Educational Resources Competency Framework (International Organisation of La Francophonie • Adapted and annotated by Maricopa Community College District • Our own experience in the field of OER
  18. 18. Sample: Revise OER Maps To Discipline faculty, Publishing Librarian, Instructional Designer, K-12 Teacher, Educational Technologist, Faculty Developer Trainer, others as specified by position Professional Development Opportunities Affordable Learning Georgia: Tutorial 2
  19. 19. Eventually People can use the matrix to find professional development opportunities, help write job descriptions, have better conversations about what it means to be a professional in open education.
  20. 20. Share your feedback with us Please complete this web form: https://forms.gle/MNav5G4dGtVgjXa76
  21. 21. OER Stewardship James Glapa-Grossklag Dean, Educational Technology, Learning Resources and Distance Learning California
  22. 22. Matthew Bloom, Scottsdale College Michael Mills, Montgomery College Cindy Domaika, Nicolet College Judith Sebesta, Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas Brittany Dudek, Colorado Community Colleges Deepak Shenoy, Deep Consulting James Glapa-Grossklag, College of the Canyons Preston Davis, NOVA Andrew McKinney, CUNY Nathan Smith, Houston Community College Stewardship
  23. 23. Stewardship “Stewardship is an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources…. generally recognized as the acceptance or assignment of responsibility to shepherd and safeguard the valuables of others.” Stewardship, Wikipedia
  24. 24. Existing Resources & Next Steps The CARE Framework (2018), Doug Levin, Lisa Petrides, Eddie Watson • Expand / adapt existing CARE Framework to reflect emerging awareness of privacy issues and to make more actionable in the field. Student Bill of Rights, Student Voice • Build on existing Student Bill of Rights for interacting with OER, particularly as regards privacy and surveillance.
  25. 25. Share your feedback with us Please share your feedback! James.Glapa-Grossklag@canyons.edu
  26. 26. OER Sustainability Amy Hofer Coordinator, Open Oregon Educational Resources Kevin Corcoran Executive Director, Digital Learning
  27. 27. Sustainability Thomas Ayers, Iowa Leslie Kennedy, California Marilyn Billings, Massachusetts Nathaniel King, Nevada Virginia Clinton, North Dakota Wayde Oshiro, Hawaii Jennifer Cournoyer, New Hampshire Sunyeen Pai, Hawaii Ann Fiddler, New York Rodney Powell, North Carolina Regina Gong, Michigan Eileen Rhodes, Connecticut Bill Hemmig, Pennsylvania
  28. 28. Vision for Sustainability: Infrastructure ● OER is core to what we do ● Integration with student success ● This is already our job ● The funding already exists
  29. 29. Scope of Sustainability Workgroup Project ● The purpose of this spreadsheet is to collect examples of open education embedded in existing processes, workflows, and procedures. ● We hope that this will be a living, growing document as we find more examples to share. ● We also hope that sharing these examples will lead to more consideration of including open education in mainstream institutional processes.
  30. 30. SUNY Sustainability Toolkit https://oer.suny.edu/oer-sustainability/ ● OER Field Guide ● Self Assessment Tool ● Planning Guide OER Sustainability Self-Assessment “It’s More Than Money” "OER Sustainability Framework" by rpk GROUP is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
  31. 31. https://tinyurl.com/rloesustainability
  32. 32. Request! • Please add more in-scope examples to the tabs • Let us know about relevant pipeline projects • https://openoregon.org/contact/
  33. 33. Moving Forward Summer & Fall 2020 Spring/Summer - Continuing to develop projects - Looking at methods of sharing workgroup outputs in order to incorporate ongoing updates and feedback. Fall - Aug/Sept Webinar: Outcomes of year-long exploration - Invitation to open education community to provide more feedback - OpenEd 2020: Pre-conference meetup and panel proposal
  34. 34. Questions?
  35. 35. Contact Info: @unatdaly -- unatdaly@oeglobal.org @cccoer Liz Yata -- lizyata@oeglobal.org Thank you!

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