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Leslie Kennedy's Personal Meeting Room
Suzanne Wakim
37:07
Question - can we add additional rows for additional classes?
Jinan Darwiche
38:02
We had a campus workshop with 40 participants
Linda Woods
38:08
SDSU: awareness lunches, departmental meetings, offering stipends to review OER materials
Jinan Darwiche
38:18
Santa Monica College
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00:38:40 Laura Sederberg, Chico State: Advisory Board has met to get a plan for a Campus-Wide Meeting to inform all about both AB 798 and our TAP (AL$) program, both at Chico State.
Aline Soules
38:48
CSUEB: we held a workshop in Dec. with Maryann Hight as our guest speaker. We will participate in a large event at the end of May that involves scholarship of teaching, our faculty learning communities, and our ALS/OER efforts. This will include our celebration.
M Michelle Moore
38:57
CSUDH - we have a webinar (open to everyone!) coming up on 4/5 going over some of the features of Cool4Ed so our faculty can become familiar with the site and what it offers.
Suzanne Wakim
39:07
We developed a 1 unit OER-Basics Course
Jinan Darwiche
39:11
To date, we have over 50 sections - Santa Monica College
Jinan Darwiche
39:30
Sure. I can speak…
Unknown Speaker
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00:39:36 Dr. Shelli Wynants: CSUF: development of an online certificate program on OER for our faculty to complete - helps introduction OER options, curation, creative commons licencing, etc.
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00:39:40 ronoxford: At West Hills College Lemoore we are dovetailing our Achieving the Dream Teacher Preparation AA - T and Chancelor's Office AS - in Psychology. Summer Innovate workshops, Teacher Trade and Talks, lots of travel and networking
adriana poo
39:46
We have had two faculty that are implementing OER materials this Spring and who are eagerly waiting for the semester to end to receive their funds. We have begun our workshops for the second cohort starting this Spring and we are still supporting faculty from cohort 1 with finding OER material and auxiliaries during writing workshops coming up next week.
Deb Perry
39:49
We’ve held 3 OER workshops so far with approx 50-60 faculty attendees.
Erin Barnthouse
40:09
College of the Canyons had an OER Summit Day. We had over 125 attendees from all over CA.
Aline Soules
40:11
CSUEB again: I will contact Teresa about budget, but I couldn’t do what I wanted this year because I didn’t get the $ until March 24, 2017.
Deb Perry
40:15
We’ve recruited 5 OER Faculty Ambassadors to help us expand our reach and mentorship!
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:40:27 Romana: OER Basic Skills Project (stipends), OER Hackaton scheduled next month, OER Senate meeting tomorrow for Open Ed week, workshops, meetings on Creative Commons and searches.
Aline Soules
40:32
CSUEB: Date of major event: May 26 (I think). I’m working with our office of faculty development on that.
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:40:35 Larry: We have full departments going OER for all of its classes. We are a very small college with only a couple dozen faculty. Almost all are on board and Tahoe is becoming a mostly OER college. The work as all been one to one.
Suzanne Wakim
40:38
Yes - it's in the open version of Cavas: https://canvas.instructure.com/courses/1123092
M Michelle Moore
40:50
ty, Suzanne!
Suzanne Wakim
41:00
Although we are still working on a few pieces for the course. It will be done this summer
Theresa Dykes
41:40
great. thank you Suzanne for sharing the link
Unknown Speaker
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00:41:45 Romana: OER Hackathon - open lab during flex day to help faculty search for OER in disciplines and assist each other.
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00:41:46 Antonio López: SCC: We've had several workshops for faculty around finding and adopting OER.
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00:41:55 Laura Sederberg, Chico State: It is great to share resources with each other's campus.
Theresa Dykes
41:56
cool. romana
Theresa Dykes
42:20
SMC oer page
Aline Soules
43:21
CSUEB: The big problem with much of this is finding out from faculty what they’re using, but, in most cases, it’s not a book at all. It’s websites, learning objects, self-created things.
Unknown Speaker
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00:43:36 Cyril: HSU: publishing 3 open textbooks for fall; OER strategies in our Unconference, and want to finish the semester by focusing on departmental workshops.
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00:43:41 Romana: www.valleycollege.edu/oer
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00:43:46 Larry: Lake Tahoe CC: http://www.ltcc.edu/campusresources/oer.php
Jinan Darwiche
43:47
for santa monica college: www.smc.edu/oer
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:43:57 Antonio López: http://www.scc.losrios.edu/oer/
Suzanne Wakim
44:03
http://butte.edu/services/library/learning/open_textbooks.html
LWoods SDSU
44:17
SDSU: ITS page: https://its.sdsu.edu/als/ and Library page: http://libguides.sdsu.edu/als
Aline Soules
44:58
CSUEB: We’re undergoing a trial of IntellusLearning at the moment—another activity. I understand that the company will talk with Leslie sometime this week. We are also interested in looking at Leganto because it’s connected to Alma. We want to drive up library use as well as OER use.
adriana poo
44:59
http://libguides.sjsu.edu/openresources
Jinan Darwiche
45:35
Are we allowed to pay their fees from the grant?
Erin Barnthouse
45:57
http://www.canyons.edu/Offices/DistanceLearning/OER/Pages/default.aspx
Aline Soules
46:25
The challenge of that is that the grant is finite and we can’t promise continuation.
Brian Beatty
47:24
General cost for Intellus Lerning?
Brian Beatty
48:09
Thanks
Jinan Darwiche
48:23
They told us its $10K for pilot or $20K for full campus
Aline Soules
48:34
They’ve been cagy about this. I should also say that part of the cost is the base cost plus a certain additional amount for each database you add as a “link” to Intellus.
Aline Soules
48:45
Agreed. I only has 12.
Unknown Speaker
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00:48:50 Romana: Has anyone used the OER Commons authoring tools?
Jinan Darwiche
48:51
Will do
Aline Soules
49:25
I’ve been getting great advice from our ALS Subcommittee of the Senate. They get more and more on board as we go.
LWoods SDSU
50:06
Z degree @ Fullerton - Did you provide a big stipend for the department?
Barbara Taylor
50:19
We are looking at certificates and/or masters programs that could be “z-degree” programs.
Unknown Speaker
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00:51:19 Cyril: We teach faculty about that in the workshops
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00:52:27 Romana: I saw this option in the OER Commons website - there are faculty who are interested in developing and curating materials and it might be a nice option to use as a digital learning platform.
Maria Noelia
52:29
SSU: We have an OER/AL$ Discovery event scheduled on May 23. Our Faculty Associate and Library Faculty member from our Affordable Learning/AB798 Committee will lead the training. We also are closing our Textbook Student Survey with about 1k responses .
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00:52:47 Romana: Thank you!
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00:52:51 vangv: with the student tutition passing.. our president has stepped up the AL$/OER initative. We are in meeting now to develop it as a Fresno State "whole" program that all faculty must implment to help off set the cost of the raise.
Unknown Speaker
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00:52:58 Dr. Shelli Wynants: MSIDT Fullerton is student instructional cost free - many faculty were AL$ ambassadors as part of the AL$/AB798 grants and they convinced their entire department to go OER and library ebooks, and our IT dept supported software purchase students needed with site licences. We stipended individual faculty from each main core course in their program.
Unknown Speaker
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00:52:59 Cyril: Google slides
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00:53:12 Cyril: Yes, I owe a few people that...
Maria Noelia
53:20
That would be great! Thanks Cyril.
Aline Soules
53:56
That’s a great idea.
Theresa Dykes
54:50
cool voices http://voices.merlot.org/group/cool-voices
Theresa Dykes
56:31
cool4ed@cdl.edu
Suzanne Wakim
57:33
Those webinars are just for AL$ ?
Jinan Darwiche
57:43
Gott a go to class. Thank you for this meeting.
Erin Walker
57:48
They are for both ALS and AB798 coordinators
Erin Walker
59:09
ALS MERLOT Voices link: http://voices.merlot.org/group/affordable-learning-solutions-community
Maria Noelia
59:13
What date specifically for ALS RFP?
Maria Noelia
59:27
nevermind
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:05:27 Cyril: HSU's Hands on Workshop Slides... suggestions welcome: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wK88edvCZ4PoXBIs0xRwMmYglc8fs9Vi7Mahlh9BosY/edit?usp=sharing
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:05:51 Cyril: Yay!
Theresa Dykes
01:05:55
Thanks, cyril
Suzanne Wakim
01:07:06
In addition to the recording, could we get a copy of these data slides?
Theresa Dykes
01:07:23
yes, suzanne
Suzanne Wakim
01:07:45
Thank you
Maria Noelia
01:07:48
The slides from this survey would be very useful
Theresa Dykes
01:08:49
great noelia
Erin Walker
01:10:38
Link to faculty survey in case you'd like your campus ALS adopters to participate: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2684281/AL-2016-Survey-Faculty-Adopters
Theresa Dykes
01:11:00
thanks erin
Erin Walker
01:14:56
Link to ALS Campus Events toolkit: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NRvfLqvB1XWWZGUFoxVXBjVUE
Luanne Fose
01:18:19
What is the typical amount that your campus gives as a stipend to faculty for going to an OER workshop and attempting to adopt a textbook?
susan wilson
01:18:25
Do you have an idea of your total faculty attendance over the 3 hours, other than the Ambassadors?
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:20:32 Cyril: $300 for 3 hour hands-on workshop, next we are trying $100 for 1 hour at department meetings.
Luanne Fose
01:21:39
Thank you!
Sandra Bozarth
01:22:15
Erin, did you ask me a question?
John Lee
01:22:47
thanks
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:22:51 SRICKSAL: thank you
M Michelle Moore
01:22:57
thank you
Deb Perry
01:22:59
thanks everyone!
LWoods SDSU
01:23:06
Yes, it was almost too much to gather in one shot. I need the recording!
Sandra Bozarth
01:23:17
Yes, please share your slides. I am totaly copying what you all did! Great stuff