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Using Change Theory to Motivate OER Adoptions - Shared screen with speaker view
Dave Dillon (he him his)
24:53
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Jim Julius
24:54
2
Meghan Cason
25:04
we've gone from 3 to 1 in the last few years
Jim Julius
25:25
Lol, Meghan, I can relate. As it grows it’s less controlled!
Dave Dillon (he him his)
25:34
Welcome Tamar!
Meghan Cason
25:55
having grants help. we don't currently have any grants so faculty are less motivated
Tamar Khajadourian
26:19
Hello :)
Jim Julius
26:24
The money is coming!
Meghan Cason
27:01
that's what i keep telling people!
Meghan Cason
35:21
in the chasm
Dave Dillon (he him his)
35:27
3-4
Jim Julius
35:29
I think we are into 3.
Jim Julius
36:02
I should have a percentage figure for how many of our faculty are using OER! But I don’t.
Tamar Khajadourian
37:19
Mine is leaning towards late majority.
Jim Julius
37:57
The money coming that focuses on ZTC programs I think will help with that majority group since it will be very departmental / program level pushing/adoption (as opposed to individual courses with individually motivated faculty)
Jim Julius
41:50
I think #3 is huge - having OER/ZTC not be its own “silo” but something people link with other key student success initiatives such as equity, guided pathways, etc.
Dave Dillon (he him his)
42:16
Concur Jim!
Meghan Cason
54:54
we have an academic senate subcommittee (that i sit on) -- Affordable Text and OER (AT-OER) -- and there's real lack of engagement, unfortunately.
Jim Julius
01:00:39
OERI will have student impact tools coming soon - survey and video examples
Jim Julius
01:04:14
Wow, that is a robust stipend and set of expectations! What is the funding source?
Meghan Cason
01:06:01
Yes, I'm curious too!
Meghan Cason
01:06:48
Yep
Meghan Cason
01:07:21
But our student services division is disinclined to use it for academics at our institution
Jim Julius
01:08:29
Does your faculty union have to sign off on these programs?