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Why Should You
Care about
Open Educational Resources
Una T. Daly, Director of CCCOER
DE Coordinator’s Meeting Mar 18, 2016
Open Educational Resources
Openly licensed learning materials that can be
used for teaching, learning, and assessment
with...
Open vs. Free
Lumen Learning, 5Rs, http://lumenlearning.com
Creative Commons, http://creativecommons.org
Student Learning
Faculty Choice
Taxpayer Cost
Funding Now Available
Current and Future Funding
• California College Textbook
Affordability Act 2015
• Achieving the Dream: OER
Degree Initiati...
#1: California Textbook
Affordability Act 2015
• Incentive grants to CCC and CSU to
accelerate adoption of OER to save
stu...
OER Adoption
Incentive Program
• Apply for $10,000-$50,000 by June 30,
2016
• Bonus grants available in 2018 for
successfu...
Let’s Do the Math
• $3 Million Dollars is available
– up to 100 applications will be accepted.
– Average grant award: $30,...
Getting Started
http://cool4ed.org
Minimum requirements
• Local academic senate OER resolution.
• Faculty plan to adopt OER or low cost
materials in at least...
#2: Achieving the Dream:
OER Degree Initiative
• Two-year public higher education institutions in
U.S. or Canada may apply...
Project Elements
• Targeting 20-30 colleges or college systems
to develop one or two-year fully OER-based
degrees
• Techni...
What awardees commit to?
• Develop OER-based Degree with at least one OER
section of courses with plans to scale up.
• Est...
Application Timeline
Term of Grant: June 1, 2016 – Dec 31,2018
Event Date
Announced RFP Feb 24, 2016
ATD OER Degree Webina...
#3 California State
Budget Proposal 2016-17
• Governor proposes $5 Million (One Time) for creating
“Zero–Textbook–Cost Deg...
LAO Analysis
Budget Proposal 2016-17
• Zero–Textbook–Cost Degrees at CCC is a Reasonable
Next Step building on the COOL4ed...
• Expand access to high-
quality open resources
• Support faculty choice
and development
• Improve student success
Communi...
250+ Colleges in 21 States
& Provinces
California
Community
College
Chancellor’s
Office
Collaboration Opportunities
• Monthly webinars
• Monthly advisory meetings
• Access to online community of OER
practitione...
Free Webinars Spring 2016
• Mar 9: OER Adoption to Scale: Highlights from
4 States
• Mar 10: OER Student Panel & Faculty
D...
Professional Development
• Face-2-face or online workshops at your
college
– Find and adopt high quality OER
– Understand ...
Join our Community
• Access to a community of OER experts
• Online advisory email list
• Collaboration opportunities
• OER...
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OER Grant Opportunities for California Community Colleges
1. AB 798 Textbook Affordability Act of 2015
2. Achieving the Dream's OER Degree Initiative
3. California State Budget Proposal 2016-17 for OER Degrees

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Why Should You Care About Open Educational Resources?

  1. 1. Why Should You Care about Open Educational Resources Una T. Daly, Director of CCCOER DE Coordinator’s Meeting Mar 18, 2016
  2. 2. Open Educational Resources Openly licensed learning materials that can be used for teaching, learning, and assessment without cost. They can be modified and redistributed without violating copyright laws. U.S. Department of Ed, Office of Ed Technology
  3. 3. Open vs. Free Lumen Learning, 5Rs, http://lumenlearning.com Creative Commons, http://creativecommons.org
  4. 4. Student Learning
  5. 5. Faculty Choice
  6. 6. Taxpayer Cost
  7. 7. Funding Now Available
  8. 8. Current and Future Funding • California College Textbook Affordability Act 2015 • Achieving the Dream: OER Degree Initiative • California State 2016-17 Budget Proposal: OER Degrees
  9. 9. #1: California Textbook Affordability Act 2015 • Incentive grants to CCC and CSU to accelerate adoption of OER to save students money. • Follow-on from SB 1052, 1053 – California OER Council – California Open Online Library (COOL4Ed)
  10. 10. OER Adoption Incentive Program • Apply for $10,000-$50,000 by June 30, 2016 • Bonus grants available in 2018 for successful grantees if $$$ remain.
  11. 11. Let’s Do the Math • $3 Million Dollars is available – up to 100 applications will be accepted. – Average grant award: $30,000 • 113 colleges + 23 CSU = (136) campuses • Chances of being selected are VERY GOOD if minimum requirements met.
  12. 12. Getting Started http://cool4ed.org
  13. 13. Minimum requirements • Local academic senate OER resolution. • Faculty plan to adopt OER or low cost materials in at least 10 course sections, saving students at least 30% • Identify campus coordinator, professional development plan, distribution for print • Complete budget expenditures plan http://cool4ed.org
  14. 14. #2: Achieving the Dream: OER Degree Initiative • Two-year public higher education institutions in U.S. or Canada may apply for up to $100,000 by April 8, 2016 • Other partners: Lumen Learning, CCCOER, and SRI International
  15. 15. Project Elements • Targeting 20-30 colleges or college systems to develop one or two-year fully OER-based degrees • Technical assistance provided • Community of practice to support sharing of strategies, content, and expertise • Research and evaluation of impacts http://achievingthedream.org/oer
  16. 16. What awardees commit to? • Develop OER-based Degree with at least one OER section of courses with plans to scale up. • Establish cross-functional teams: faculty, student services, communications, leadership, etc. • Measure student outcomes, high level financials; opt-in for advanced research • Up to 25% in matching funds, hardships may apply. http://achievingthedream.org/oer
  17. 17. Application Timeline Term of Grant: June 1, 2016 – Dec 31,2018 Event Date Announced RFP Feb 24, 2016 ATD OER Degree Webinar Mar 10, 2016 @3pmEST Grant Proposals due Apr 8, 2016 Interviews with finalists End of April/Early May Award Notification May 15, 2016 First Grant Installment June 3, 2016
  18. 18. #3 California State Budget Proposal 2016-17 • Governor proposes $5 Million (One Time) for creating “Zero–Textbook–Cost Degrees” at the California Community Colleges (CCC). • Zero–textbook–cost degrees allow students to complete a degree entirely by taking courses that use only free instructional materials, called open educational resources (OER). • Targeting: 25 degrees • Timeline: Estimated RFP Available early 2017
  19. 19. LAO Analysis Budget Proposal 2016-17 • Zero–Textbook–Cost Degrees at CCC is a Reasonable Next Step building on the COOL4ed and College Textbook Affordability Act of 2015. • Recommend: modifying the proposal by: – (1) enhancing technical assistance to help CCC campuses build capacity for continuing to expand use of OER; – (2) reducing grant amounts from $500,000 per degree to no more than $100,000 per degree; and – (3) prioritizing the use of existing OER, which are broadly available in most subjects, over the creation of new OER.
  20. 20. • Expand access to high- quality open resources • Support faculty choice and development • Improve student success Community College Consortium for OER (CCCOER) http://oerconsortium.org Come In, We're Open gary simmons cc-by-nc-sa flickr
  21. 21. 250+ Colleges in 21 States & Provinces California Community College Chancellor’s Office
  22. 22. Collaboration Opportunities • Monthly webinars • Monthly advisory meetings • Access to online community of OER practitioners and experts • Panel presentations at conferences • Support for open education grants
  23. 23. Free Webinars Spring 2016 • Mar 9: OER Adoption to Scale: Highlights from 4 States • Mar 10: OER Student Panel & Faculty Development • May 11: Faculty Perspectives on OER • June 8: Designing for Open Pedagogy
  24. 24. Professional Development • Face-2-face or online workshops at your college – Find and adopt high quality OER – Understand open licenses and how to apply. – Ensure that OER selected is accessible (ADA, Section 508 compliance) – Build an advocacy plan to promote open education at your college.
  25. 25. Join our Community • Access to a community of OER experts • Online advisory email list • Collaboration opportunities • OER Professional development services Email: cccoer@oeconsortium.org Twitter: @unatdaly, @cccoer http://oerconsortium.org

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