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OERL Webinar - Faculty Incentives and OER Grants - Shared screen with speaker view
maggie frankel
17:51
Good morning everyone! I’m here from City College of San FRancisco
maggie frankel
17:59
Area B! Yeah!
Michelle Oja
18:08
I'm from Taft College, outside of Bakersfield (Area A!)
Lindsey Shively
18:15
Its because we love you Heather
Cristina Moon
18:37
Cristina Moon from Chabot College. Area B!!!
Megan Ozeran
19:05
Hello from Folsom Lake College! Librarian, Area A
Andi Adkins Pogue
19:36
I'm Andi from Cosumnes River College, Librarian, Area A
Megan Ozeran
19:52
We have been told we might be able to use COVID relief funds for an incentive program, so hoping to see what we might be able to do
Andi Adkins Pogue
20:06
What Megan said :)
Roberto Hurtado
20:07
I teach Spanish in Valencia College in Florida. We don't use OER but I'd like to start
Michelle Oja
20:44
I'm looking for general ideas around funding for OER searching, compiling, and/or release time for a position, but also non-financial resources.
Scott Hubbard
20:49
@Megan and @Andi: That's what Lindsey and Maritez were able to do. It's exciting!
Anthony Lin
21:53
Good morning! Tony Lin, Librarian from Irvine Valley College.
Michelle Oja
22:36
*non-financial incentives!
Scott Hubbard
26:04
Great update to the Governor's proposed 2021 budget: There's going to be $115 million dollars for ZTC!
Lindsey Shively
26:48
Nope
Cristina Moon
26:50
Yes
maggie frankel
27:15
Wow!
Heather Dodge, Host
27:26
Go, Cristina!
Lindsey Shively
27:29
Congrats!
Michelle Oja
28:36
Student government is such a good idea! Our student government used their funding to buy clubs tablets.
maggie frankel
29:48
Yes pls!
Scott Hubbard
30:37
http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/2021-22/pdf/Revised/BudgetSummary/FullBudgetSummary.pdf
Scott Hubbard
30:55
On Page 69
Melissa Archibald
33:17
Forgive me if this is a "dumb question," but how are these funds meant to be used? Are we asking for fund to pay faculty to CREATE OER or can we use these funds like a stipend. Adopting OER is unpaid labor after all.
Michelle Oja
34:12
Adopting might be easy, but FINDING the resources can be difficult.
Cristina Moon
34:35
Do we know how this money will reach the colleges?
Maritez Apigo
40:51
“Districtwide OER Council” is our name.
Heather Dodge, Host
44:15
Amazing!
Megan Ozeran (she/her)
46:44
So it was up to $3000 even for creation?
Melissa Archibald
47:37
Did part-timers partake in this?
Cristina Moon
47:49
How are you recruiting faculty?
Lindsey Shively
48:13
Yes part timers are included
Jane Ishibashi
48:44
Thanks
Megan Ozeran (she/her)
48:49
Is your Tableau dashboard public?
Scott Hubbard
49:19
@Megan: Unfortunately, no. We can't even access it off-campus without a VPN.
Megan Ozeran (she/her)
49:34
Ah okay. Just wondering what kinds of things you're showing there
Scott Hubbard
50:20
@Melissa: Yes, we had some classified professionals help get paid, as well. For instance, our chem lab coordinator for two of our chemistry courses.
Melissa Archibald
50:30
I'd point out that those sites also see bumps in book costs when the semesters start
Maritez Apigo
54:44
At CCC, we have an Accessibility Specialist who will support.
Cristina Moon
55:03
Would you be able to share the Canvas training site once it is done?
Lindsey Shively
55:56
I'd have to check with the accessibility team- it's getting built over the summer. Please feel free to follow up with me at lshively@dvc.edu
Sally Potter
56:14
Thanks, Lindsey.
Cristina Moon
56:29
Thank you
Scott Hubbard
58:04
A good admin/manager makes all the difference. That's why DVC and CCC are getting so much success.
Lindsey Shively
58:16
I wouldn't recommend our application
Maritez Apigo
58:51
@Heather Could you please share your slides so we could click the links?
Sally Potter
59:01
@Cristina, here is the OERI Accessibility Basics course https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/courses/7893
Cristina Moon
59:35
Thank you Sally. Anything on equity?
Sally Potter
01:00:22
OER Basics has some equity in it https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/courses/7709
Scott Hubbard
01:00:44
@Cristina: Here's a good one made by Aloha Sargent for the last state grant:https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/1688159
Heather Dodge, Host
01:02:04
https://berkeleycitycollege.libguides.com/OER4BCC/minigrant
Heather Dodge, Host
01:02:36
https://skylinecollege.edu/ztc/earlyadoptersprgm.php
maggie frankel
01:09:18
This was so good! Thank you— gotta head to another meeting!
Anthony Lin
01:10:21
Thank you, Heather! This was very helpful!
Lindsey Shively
01:12:23
@Sally- we don't pay them till it's done
Scott Hubbard
01:13:27
@Sally: LMC, too. We only pay if they make their section ZTC in our schedule. So, they have to have the work done by then.
Jane Ishibashi
01:13:27
Thanks! That's a great idea.
Melissa Archibald
01:13:27
@ Jane, you might use OpenEd Week to do a raffle. Those who've already adopted can win a prize or seomthing
Melissa Archibald
01:13:56
I'm basically THE oer person on my campus and still very green about admin stuff. What organizations on campus do you suggest I reach out to for assistance and information. Should I contact Curriculum about creating ZTC certificates/degrees.
Scott Hubbard
01:14:38
@Melissa: yes, that's a good start. Academic Senate, student senate, curriculum, department chairs, admin council/cabinet, etc.
Sally Potter
01:14:53
Academic Senate, yes
Scott Hubbard
01:15:15
Email me if you want any more details, it's no fun being the only one on your campus.shubbard@losmedanos.edu
Sally Potter
01:16:20
We don't either!
Lindsey Shively
01:16:28
Don't we have to send the OERI email as liasions? Is that optional?
Sally Potter
01:16:38
Also email deans
Lindsey Shively
01:17:30
Got it. Thanks!
Sally Potter
01:18:04
Or send it to an OER friendly person in the department, be strategic