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OER Management and Delivery:
Seven Best Practices
Boyoung Chae, Ph.D.
Washington State Board for Community and Technical C...
Purpose of the Session
To share
• The best practices for managing, organizing
and delivering open development projects.
• ...
Best Practice #1:
Ensure the content is OPEN
Consider:
1. Ensuring that all course developers are aware of
the requirement...
Best Practice #1:
Ensure the content is OPEN
Consider:
4. Having a copyright expert (e.g., college librarian)
who is knowl...
Best Practice #2:
Assure the QUALITY of the materials
Consider:
1. Having a professional instructional designer
review the...
Best Practice #2:
Assure the QUALITY of the materials
Consider:
3. Dividing the course development process into
the logica...
Best Practice #3:
Provide a DELIVERABLES list
Consider:
1. Providing a deliverables list with
• Clear expectations (& cons...
Best Practice #4:
Manage deliverables OPENLY
Consider:
1. Sharing deliverables tracking document with all
team members and...
Best Practice #5:
Make a plan for how to SUSTAIN
Consider:
1. Selecting a delivery system that could be open to
changes.
2...
Best Practice #6:
Check on the ACCESSIBILITY
Consider:
1. Having a professional accessibility expert review
the material.
...
Best Practice #7:
Plan for the DATA collection
Consider:
1. Creating a clear research plan from the
beginning.
2. Notifyin...
Questions and Comments on OER use
Boyoung Chae, Ph.D.
Program Admin of Open Education and eLearning
Washington State Board...
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OER Management and Delivery: Seven Best Practices

  1. 1. OER Management and Delivery: Seven Best Practices Boyoung Chae, Ph.D. Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges March 6, 2014
  2. 2. Purpose of the Session To share • The best practices for managing, organizing and delivering open development projects. • The helpful tips and suggestions around various aspects of open development projects, such as quality assurance and copyright clearance. Samples and templates: http://goo.gl/SP8JyW
  3. 3. Best Practice #1: Ensure the content is OPEN Consider: 1. Ensuring that all course developers are aware of the requirement of open licensing. 2. Becoming familiar with the concept of OER. Information is available at http://open4us.org/. 3. Encouraging the course developers to develop the original resources or use open sources only.
  4. 4. Best Practice #1: Ensure the content is OPEN Consider: 4. Having a copyright expert (e.g., college librarian) who is knowledgeable with open licensing review the content. 5. Including a Citation and Copyright folder in each course package, containing the information about copyright permissions, references, and materials audit.
  5. 5. Best Practice #2: Assure the QUALITY of the materials Consider: 1. Having a professional instructional designer review the design of the material. 2. Providing templates for each instructional design process with examples.
  6. 6. Best Practice #2: Assure the QUALITY of the materials Consider: 3. Dividing the course development process into the logical units and checking the quality in detail: • Course level & Module level objectives • Lessons & Learning activities • Assessments • Syllabus
  7. 7. Best Practice #3: Provide a DELIVERABLES list Consider: 1. Providing a deliverables list with • Clear expectations (& consequences) • Specific due dates • People in charge
  8. 8. Best Practice #4: Manage deliverables OPENLY Consider: 1. Sharing deliverables tracking document with all team members and using it to determine the status of work. 2. Constantly reminding the team members of the due dates and the consequences.
  9. 9. Best Practice #5: Make a plan for how to SUSTAIN Consider: 1. Selecting a delivery system that could be open to changes. 2. Avoid completely relying on a Learning Management System. 3. Making a plan for maintenance.
  10. 10. Best Practice #6: Check on the ACCESSIBILITY Consider: 1. Having a professional accessibility expert review the material. 2. Providing guidelines and training on accessibility from the beginning of the project.
  11. 11. Best Practice #7: Plan for the DATA collection Consider: 1. Creating a clear research plan from the beginning. 2. Notifying the project participants of the research plan at the start of the project.
  12. 12. Questions and Comments on OER use Boyoung Chae, Ph.D. Program Admin of Open Education and eLearning Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) bchae@sbctc.edu 360-628-3549

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