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Leslie Kennedy's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Shelli Wynants
27:23
CSUF going to apply for round 2.
Bryan Berrett - Fresno State
27:24
Fresno State will be applying
susan wilson
27:25
San Marcos - yes
Suzanne Wakim
27:25
Butte is applying
Amanda Taintor
27:28
Reedley College is and brining along our sister Fresno City College!
LWoods SDSU
27:29
Yes, SDSU plans to apply for round 2 I believe
amylynwiley
27:29
SLO is!
Mary McMillan
27:36
El Camino Colleges is planning to apply.
Jenny Yap
27:40
Berkeley City College is applying!
De-Laine Cyrenne
27:44
Sac State will be applying
Ron Oxford
27:45
West Hills College Lemoore will be applying for round 2. Individual not partnering
Kevin Bontenbal
27:45
Cuesta College is applying for round 2
jchaudh5
27:47
Could you please explain the round 2 ? Cal Stat LA. Sorry for my ignorance...
Laura Sederberg
27:48
Chico State plans to continue.
romana
27:53
San Bernardino CC is applying for round two.
camerin poulson
27:55
Santa Barbara City College will apply with Cuesta College as a partner
Meghan
27:59
I'm planning to apply (LAVC) and partnering with West LA College. Is it accurate that we have submit our final report by June 1 if we plan to partner?
Susan Glassett Farrelly
28:02
HSU is planning to apply
Brian Beatty
28:18
SF State yes
Amanda Taintor
28:24
our grant person can't find how to submit
jchaudh5
28:27
Could you please explain the round 2 ?
Larry Green
28:33
Lake Tahoe is still Looking if there are enough courses left to turn to OER to apply.
Meghan
28:35
Is it accurate that we have submit our final report by June 1 if we plan to partner?
amylynwiley
28:47
To confirm, the RFP hasn’t yet been released, correct?
Dan Crump
28:52
Too bad that you can't hear my whining---"I don't know...but "I'm thinking about it."
jchaudh5
29:19
What would be the parterning institution's responsibility?
susan wilson
29:22
San Marcos discussing a partnership. We need clarification on how that works - application process, do both campuses need letter from Academic Senate, how are funds distributed?
jchaudh5
29:36
I'm looking for an institution to partner with Cal State LA
camerin poulson
30:17
In the second round could we apply for less sections if the partner campus takes up the remaining?
Jenny Yap
30:21
Can we apply for the max amount (50k) and our partners apply for the original amount that we received (20k)?
Larry Green
30:44
Are we allowed to double dip with the courses that are listed on our ZTC grant if we have both grants?
Amanda Taintor
30:54
Jenny I read the answer is yes in the FAQ's
Jenny Yap
31:37
Amanda, thank you! I've asked this question before but hadn't received a clear answer.
Meghan
32:27
Jenny and Amanda, my understanding is that ebven as partners, you're only eligible for the total amount from the first round. So you're essentially splitting with the partner. Where is the FAQ?
Jenny Yap
34:14
FAQ is here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RD2niP7GptMrg6X54hjOZicuO5ccCGpS9mwHHthGFxI/edit
amylynwiley
34:25
I suddenly can’t hear anything
Que Dang
34:32
Is it over?
Que Dang
34:43
ok sound is back
Meghan
35:46
So, we then both campuses would be eligible for a combined 100K if both did the max?
Amanda Taintor
35:52
Jenny and Meghan here is what I'm looking at "Currently, the partner guidelines are that the partner campus will need to match the number of courses of the Round 1 grantee campus. So, if your campus, as a Round 1 grantee, requested $20K, then the partner campus would need to do so as well. You can request more funding for Round 2, and the partner campus can do so as well; however, they only need to request the amount ($20K) you requested during the first round."
Amanda Taintor
36:17
I could totally be misunderstanding too!
Leslie Kennedy
36:52
@Jenny. Thank you for sharing the FAQ.
Meghan
38:09
ah, but here from the "Bonus funding" page: Whether Round 2 proposals are from a single institution or partnering institutions, the maximum total request is $50,000.
Meghan
38:19
http://www.cool4ed.org/ab798_bonus_rfp.html
Amanda Taintor
38:51
ohhhh that is confusing. I think I'm sticking around for the office hour :)
Leslie Kennedy
38:53
Susan asked that I share the link to the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qj1eFiBd86o_EzVFJILut0fI3ZNrSb_adoWxX5KHX7A/edit?usp=sharing
Jenny Yap
39:33
Meghan, thanks. That's pretty clear.
Leslie Kennedy
40:17
Meghan. You are correct. Thank you.
susan wilson
42:53
Cyril, do the faculty receive $300 for the workshop, or do they need to adopt OER and reduce thier textbook cost by some %?
Laura Sederberg
47:15
HSU sounds like a great plan to target and work within departments willing to do this work. I like it!!!
amylynwiley
48:39
Would it be possible to share the Google doc for that Evaluating Course Materials form?
Cyril
48:52
Yes
Cyril
50:07
$300 stipend goes to each faculty that participates in the workshop
amylynwiley
50:52
What’s the criteria for a department to receive the 5k?
Terri Georgopoulos
51:08
@Laura Thank you! It has been a lot of fun, too :)
Cyril
51:43
Criteria for the department to receive $5K is they participate in the whole program, QA & AL$, and that they develop a plan from their experience.
Leslie Kennedy
52:58
QLT http://courseredesign.csuprojects.org/wp/qualityassurance/qlt/
Leslie Kennedy
53:16
It's free and open for everyone in the universe. :)
Terri Georgopoulos
53:59
Evaluating Course Materials Google Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ESFMn1-yydyg6OfkQvGOiS8AV4cjdcd0Q_NStKE-esE/viewform?edit_requested=true
Leslie Kennedy
54:56
Thank you Terri.
Sandra Bozarth
59:33
Great job Humboldt! Thanks for sharing. Hi Sarah Fay!
Erin Walker
59:38
Thanks so much HSU!
Bryan Berrett - Fresno State
59:43
Yes … Great work!
Terri Georgopoulos
01:00:21
Susan Glassett Farrelly email: sgf@humboldt.edu
Shelli Wynants
01:00:43
Awesome info shared by HSU!
Larry Green
01:02:10
I will have to log out in five minutes to get prepared for the OER math webinar that takes place at 1:00 pm today. The login to this is: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/684830356 All are welcome to join.
Leslie Kennedy
01:02:38
Thank you Larry.
Bryan Berrett - Fresno State
01:12:26
What is the cost of this?
Bryan Berrett - Fresno State
01:12:38
Is this AL$ or OER open source?
Nic Rebne
01:13:32
The prices vary a little but most courses cost $40/student. It is built with OER and faculty/Designers can customize or add their own content.
Bryan Berrett - Fresno State
01:13:55
thank you
Nic Rebne
01:15:02
There is also options for faculty and IDs to build their own courses on the platform using OER or the content source of their choosing. The pricing model differs a bit there depending on if or how much support is needed from CogBooks.
Ben Gresh
01:19:00
Ben Gresh 971-347-6258 bengresh@cogbooks.com
Bryan Berrett - Fresno State
01:19:57
Thank you for another great session!
Jennifer
01:19:59
Gotta go, thank you all very much!
Shelli Wynants
01:20:28
Gotta run, as well. Thank you for everything!
romana
01:22:36
Thank you!
Theresa Dykes
01:23:11
https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/684830356
susan wilson
01:23:42
Thanks everyone.
SRICKSAL
01:23:48
Thank you the the great info.
Jenny Yap
01:31:32
Here it is:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16YvwiSdjj8AB_tUyE0vJr0hdtox2Tfv3snDg6EbmCuw/edit#gid=1203550734
Theresa Dykes
01:31:35
Campus Plan: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16YvwiSdjj8AB_tUyE0vJr0hdtox2Tfv3snDg6EbmCuw/edit#gid=2113149231
amylynwiley
01:47:33
Thanks so much for these office hours—sooo helpful!
Jenny Yap
01:52:08
Thank you for everyone's questions and thanks to Theresa for answering them.
Suzanne Wakim
01:52:33
Thank you Theresa - this is super helpful!