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SBCTC OPEN Kick-off slides May 30 2012

  1. 1. Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges OPEN Kick-off May 30, 2012
  2. 2. Title Here WA SBCTC OPEN staff • Connie Broughton • Tom Caswell • Scott Dennis
  3. 3. Title Here Washington System Highlights • 34 community and technical colleges in Washington • In 2010-11 – 161,000 FTEs – 330,000 headcount – 96,600 students who took an online class – 34,000 students who took a hybrid class – 37 percent of all graduates earn 15 or more credits online or hybrid
  4. 4. Title Here Strategic Technology Plan • Strategy I: Create a single, system-wide suite of online teaching and learning tools that provides all Washington students with easy access to “anywhere, anytime” learning. •
  5. 5. Title Here WashingtonOnline (WAOL)
  6. 6. Title Here SBCTC Open Course Library Funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and WA State Legislature • Open content for the 81 most common courses so students pay $30 or less for textbooks • Both the content and the processes are OPEN Credit: Timothy Valentine & Leo Reynolds  CC-BY-NC-SA
  7. 7. Course Library Title Here Open Course Library Timeline • Phase 1: 42 courses – Available October 31, 2011 at • Phase 2 : 39 courses – Available Spring 2013
  8. 8. Title Here OCL Lessons Learned Phase 1: Using a learning management system was a barrier – No way to compare work between course teams – Hard to search for content items – Must import content into another learning management system Phase 2: Building content in Google Docs – Can collaborate during development – Easy to share and search – Separate content from delivery
  9. 9. Title Here Changing to Canvas • ANGEL discontinued so formal process for new learning management system • WAOL ANGEL moving to Canvas starting July 1, 2012 • ANGEL disappears June 2014 • Negotiating contract that can be used by any Washington higher ed institution
  10. 10. Title Here Why OPEN? What is your competitive edge? And what do you want to gain from it?
  11. 11. Title Here Why OPEN? English Composition I 50,000+ enrollments / year x $100 textbook $5 Million every year
  12. 12. Title Here Why OPEN? • The average community college student pays over $1000 per year for textbooks. • If open content isn’t exactly what you want or need, you can change it.
  13. 13. • September 2007 Title Here Cape Town Open Education Declaration “…we have an opportunity to dramatically improve the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world through freely available, high-quality, locally relevant educational and learning opportunities.”
  14. 14. • June 2010 Title Here SBCTC Open Policy All digital software, educational resources and knowledge produced through competitive grants, offered through and/or managed by the SBCTC, will carry a Creative Commons Attribution License. – _Licensing_Policy.pdf
  15. 15. Title Here Support to TAACCCT grantees • For college leadership and trustees – How to create and support open and performance- based funding policies – How to encourage adoption of open content • For faculty and staff – How to find and create open content – How to support and manage open content
  16. 16. Title Here Open Policy • What is your college policy? • What is your consortium policy?
  17. 17. Title Here Find OPEN Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free.
  18. 18. Title Here Build OPEN • What tools are best? • Are you sharing curriculum, content or delivery? • Are you using a learning management system? What does that enable or prevent? • How can you collaborate in your consortium?
  19. 19. Title Here Share OPEN • Where to keep your open content? • Who manages your open content? • How do you make sure you are not violating someone’s copyright? • How do you keep your open content updated?
  20. 20. Title Here SBCTC Materials