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OERI What's Next - Shared screen with speaker view
Lyndale Garner
12:49
Good Morning
Lyndale Garner
13:12
We start at 9:30am?
Andrew Patterson
42:55
Hello Chat!
Andrew Patterson
45:29
With Cengage and Mcgraw-Hill merging it will most likely get worse.
Shagun Kaur
46:40
https://hope4college.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/RealCollege-CCCCO-Report.pdf
Pat McClanahan
51:10
what is the Canvas site??
Shagun Kaur
51:59
Self-enroll in this course at https://ccconlineed.instructure.com/enroll/7RJL33. "Enrollment" is necessary to participate in Discussions and for OER Liaisons to submit their tracking information.Direct access to this page: https://tinyurl.com/ASCCC-OERI (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Shagun Kaur
55:38
The goal of this funding opportunity is to increase the adoption of open educational resources in the California community colleges by increasing the availability and adoptability of OER text-equivalents. “Adoptability” may be increased through the modification of existing resources or the development of ancillaries.This initial OER development funding opportunity is explicitly designed for projects of a limited scope that can be completed in a short period of time. The OERI anticipates funding projects with a broader scope and a longer duration in the future.The narrative elements of this application should be prepared in a word processing program and submitted in the space provided. The proposal template is available as a Word document to permit you to compile all necessary information and prepare all narrative responses. Please find the Proposal Evaluation Rubric that will be used to guide the scoring of applications at the end of the Request for Proposals.Applications are due May 30, 2019 at 5 pm PST.
Shagun Kaur
56:27
The link to the proposal: https://tinyurl.com/ASCCC-OERI-May2019App
Sheila Lynch
56:46
Whereas submitting a Letter of Interest is not a requirement for receiving support, will having submitted a Letter of Interest be used to prioritize proposals?
Pat McClanahan
57:08
Can we pay work study students with grant money??
Dan Crump
58:16
funds are for creation of OER, not just use of OER, correct?
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
58:19
How about a photographer?
Andrew Patterson
59:33
Do the resources have to be a complete shell or would a module work?
Dan Crump
01:00:12
lab manuals, test banks?
Andrew Patterson
01:00:43
Can you give an example of OER content that has been well received?
Shagun Kaur
01:01:18
Open Oregon and Oentextbook Libraray for comm studies
Shagun Kaur
01:01:26
oops Open textbook Librarary
Dan Crump
01:01:30
i have to hope that the open-math-lab work by larry green will be well received.
Andrew Patterson
01:02:04
can you send a link to the open math lab?
Andrew Patterson
01:02:15
please
Scott Hubbard
01:02:24
myopenmath.com
Dan Crump
01:02:28
i think lab manuals, especially for STEM disciplines, will be well received.
Shagun Kaur
01:02:35
Agreed
Scott Hubbard
01:02:47
We have Chem lab manuals that will be done by June
Shagun Kaur
01:03:05
That is wonderful Scott
Scott Hubbard
01:03:27
We'll upload it to LibreText and the OER Commons
Dan Crump
01:03:38
besides the rfp, what are the next steps that OERI will be doing in the fall? more webinars?
Dan Crump
01:06:20
kudos to ece/child dev faculty who are collaborating statewide to develop materials!
Shagun Kaur
01:06:47
Absolutely Dan
Sheila Lynch
01:07:11
Can you say something about the exoectations that the OER or ancillary materials will already use a digital platform?
Sheila Lynch
01:07:53
in other words, if I am creating a glossary, will it nneed to be linkable
Shagun Kaur
01:08:04
We are workign with Libretext, PressBooks, OER Commons to help us curate and create these resources
Shagun Kaur
01:08:23
May 30 – Curating and Publishing OER Resources - An In-Depth Look at Three Platforms - 9:00 am, 10:00 am, 11:00 am
Sheila Lynch
01:08:25
Yes, that's the question.
Shagun Kaur
01:08:39
9am -10am Pressbooks link to https://pressbooks.com/Register Now10am - 11am OER Commons link to https://www.oercommons.org/Register Now11am - 12pm LibreTexts link to https://libretexts.org/Register Now
Scott Hubbard
01:09:06
For the Action Plan, what's the hourly rate we should put in for faculty? $50/hour?
Shagun Kaur
01:09:20
Register here: https://asccc.org/directory/open-educational-resources-oer-task-force
Andrew Patterson
01:09:23
I understand this is a short term grant. Is there any possiblity you will offer this again next year?
Shagun Kaur
01:09:53
Michelle, questions: For the Action Plan, what's the hourly rate we should put in for faculty? $50/hour?I understand this is a short term grant. Is there any possiblity you will offer this again next year?
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:10:09
Each CCC has a hub on OER Commons, right?
Sheila Lynch
01:10:46
Can an individual faculty submit more than one propal (i.e. for quite separate projects)?
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:12:26
Thanks for the info!
Shagun Kaur
01:15:05
https://asccc.org/directory/open-educational-resources-oer-task-force
Pat McClanahan
01:16:34
AS some of the grant projects get done we ca perhaps hear about those
Sheila Lynch
01:16:39
More discipline-based summits at regional campuses
Taylor Cannon
01:17:05
Thanks for all the great resources and information to take back to our colleges. I appreciate all the work put into these efforts from the OERI team.
Sheila Lynch
01:18:10
Will we receive results from the surveys so we can help our own faculty?
Scott Hubbard
01:18:49
It'd be great to have an "OER Most Wanted" for the most needed books/resources for the high enrollment courses across the state.
lisa burgert
01:18:55
More Canvas shells needed across high enrollment costs
Sheila Lynch
01:19:16
Survey results?
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:19:27
Sheila, yes! I’d love to have my college’s faculty’s responses.
Josh Franco
01:19:34
How do we balance focusing on high enrollment courses compared to courses in disciplines that are not-as-high enrollment?
Scott Hubbard
01:20:23
It's hard to gauge "high impact across the state" for the RFP if we don't know what's needed/not needed. We only know our local situation, you know? Just a thought.
Sheila Lynch
01:20:33
Kitty and I would love to have results from our own college from the current survey.
Josh Franco
01:20:50
For example, the CSU American Ideals and Institutions requirement is being reconsidered as a requirement. This will undermine history courses at community colleges (and the CSU) as well.
Dan Crump
01:20:56
the repository aspect is really important. e.g., so i can find out who has a wonderful OER for medieval art, and i can go to it.
Josh Franco
01:21:28
Clearly, there is a trend that of targeted resources to non-humanities disicplines. (i.e. NSF funding being restricted for the social sciences, but increased for natural sciences and engineering)
Dan Crump
01:21:43
Any work/collaboration with Chancellor Office's Vision Resource Center?
Scott Hubbard
01:21:51
Yes, Josh, you're right. STEM is much more robust for OER right now
Micaela Agyare
01:22:02
Will survey results be shared out?
Anna Mills
01:22:06
I'm looking for the English resource on the Canvas OERI page and it says it hasn't been unlocked yet?
Shagun Kaur
01:22:54
Micaela, As soon as we compile the data, the data should be available on the OERI shell under the discipline's module
Dan Crump
01:23:18
Sorry, forgot about that aspect of the Vision Resource Center! my bad.
Micaela Agyare
01:23:22
thanks, Shagun.
Scott Hubbard
01:23:27
The Vision Resource Center is behind a locked login. It's not open, I don't recommend it
Sheila Lynch
01:23:29
Will the OER Liaisons learn how our colleagues on our own campuses have resonded to the survey that is due this month?
Jennifer Paris
01:23:58
The data is by discipline, rather by college. I know my discispline (ECE/CD) did not have responses from all campuses.
Anna Mills
01:24:56
Since OpenStax is so popular is there a way to build on it? It doesn't have much for English...
Shagun Kaur
01:24:59
Same for Comm Studies. Thanks Jennifer
Scott Hubbard
01:25:35
I'd love to hear how Enligsh departments across the state have solved the OER problem. We can't find new books that are good enough (and don't want to be stuck with 19th century books).
Dan Crump
01:26:27
check with your library about e-books that have simultaneous users.
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:26:46
Two literature anthologies that a lot of our faculty use just went out of print.
lisa burgert
01:26:50
Scott, English faculty here are using unlimited user license ebooks from the library
Scott Hubbard
01:26:50
Thanks, Dan. Our department wants physical books, for annotation in class
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:27:13
I’ve got a project in mind for summer with some English faculty!
Scott Hubbard
01:27:21
Yay, Kitty!
Dan Crump
01:27:44
re: e-books. we are working with an instructor who wants works by contemporary Latinx authors. yes, not in open domain, but there might be an e-book that can be available to more than one student at a time (i.e. simultaneous users).
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:28:13
Recent fiction and non-fiction with multiple-user licenses is so tough!
Dan Crump
01:28:38
re: lit anthologies. are they out of print or now in open domain?
Sheila Lynch
01:29:16
Thank you for your knowledge and support,. And also for your enthusiasm.
Shagun Kaur
01:29:25
looking forward to that RFP from English:)
Josh Franco
01:29:41
Thank you for hosting and organizing
Anna Mills
01:29:45
Thanks to everyone--it's so exciting to be learning about this!
Pat McClanahan
01:29:46
so are we taking the summer off??
Joey Merritt
01:29:56
thank you!!
Karla Gutierrez
01:29:57
Thanks!
Katherine (Kitty) Luce
01:29:57
Thanks for everything!
Thea Alvarado
01:30:00
Thank you!
Kate Williamson
01:30:06
Thank you!
Pat McClanahan
01:30:10
thanks so much...good stuff
Sheila Lynch
01:30:13
Bye!