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Leslie Kennedy's Personal Meeting Room
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:19:08 tdykes: I agree, great to see many of you last week in person.
Jim Julius
19:09
I didn’t know So Cal had something called “fall” … we have “fire season” although Nor Cal unfortunately got that this year.
Fred Neely
21:08
We will also have a Partner Sticker available in teh future. Fred
Jinan Darwiche
22:05
No
LWoods SDSU
22:07
no
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:22:11 De-Laine Cyrenne: no
Jinan Darwiche
23:12
meetings with 2-3 faculty at a time showing them some OER’s for their department
Heather Dodge
23:52
We are partnering with the soc. sci. department chair, and a lead in psych to plan a spring institute to create plans for converting to low-cost or OER.
Jim Julius
24:01
The faculty lead for our ZTC degree development is trying to meet with faculty and departments in key areas of GE where we need more ZTC classes to enable a ZTC GE pathway.
LWoods SDSU
24:37
We’ve been pretty scatter-shot so far; but are trying to start focusing at a departmental level and have a shell of some sort ready to go showing OER in the course. Music/Dance is scheduled for Nov 15
Heather Dodge
24:45
Initial lists of OER will be curated by librarians to give them a starting point. Similar to Jinan.
Larry Green
24:46
Our college is very small, so I just chat with them in their office when I see them in the repro room. There are only a couple of dozen full time faculty, so I can easily speak with every one of them often.
Mary McMillan
24:46
Grass roots discussions whenever and wherever possible.
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:25:28 Susan Glassett Farrelly (Humboldt): Our department call for our joint AL$ and QA initiative. https://library.humboldt.edu/about/sustainable.html
Ron Oxford
25:52
We have our adjunct librarian work individually with GE faculty. They are integral to our ZTC degree work
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:26:54 De-Laine Cyrenne Sac State: training new faculty and faculty doing redesign about OER/AL$ materials...why to use and how to find.
Cherylee Kushida
27:00
Like Jim, we haev a faculty lead encourage usage by their colleagues. But, we have found we need to be involved to push this into action. Creating a "model" course helps for faculty to visually see how the OER material looks in Bb/Canvas.
LWoods SDSU
27:19
We are also going to align with the Course Redesign Institute in Spring much as Susan is saying.
Jim Julius
27:41
Our librarians definitely are becoming more and more aware of ZTC efforts and are thinking about ways to connect faculty with resources that are provided through the library and could serve to replace some course materials.
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:28:20 Susan Glassett Farrelly (Humboldt): OpenED presentation http://tinyurl.com/collaborateopenly
Suzanne Wakim
28:50
I focus on asking if faculty want "free resources for their class". Who could turn this down. Then we ease into these as a potential textbook replacement.
Cherylee Kushida
29:08
WooHoo! They did a great job! So proud!
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:29:26 Susan Glassett Farrelly (Humboldt): They really did!
LWoods SDSU
29:43
Students made me think about other groups on campus that might be useful — financial aid, EOP, married student groups, etc
Shelli Wynants
29:57
This was one of my favorite presentations at the conference! Definitely motivated me to get students more involved in OER growth on campus.
Jared Ceja
30:13
We seek evey opportunity to connect with LBSU faculty including 1:1 meetings, departmental presentations, becoming an agenda item at an Academic Senate meeting, and similar.
Jaime Hannans
32:58
CSU Channel Islands openED presentation slides: https://goo.gl/qK7uZR
Erin Walker
33:08
Thanks, Jaime1
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:33:56 Susan Glassett Farrelly (Humboldt): Humboldt also announced our Open Access Scholarship of Teaching and Learning - Innovated Pedagogy Journal, http://digitalcommons.humboldt.edu/sotl_ip/
Erin Walker
34:40
Thanks, Susan!
Erin Walker
35:13
There was an amazing student advocacy session on Wednesday
Suzanne Wakim
36:07
I agree Jaime - the unconference was quite interesting
Erin Walker
37:28
yes!
Cherylee Kushida
37:50
Thank you! It's nice for us all to remember why we're working so hard on OER!
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:38:17 tdykes: SB 1359 FAQ: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HalVK62Id423GOWQiDWTQftvvblIuZHudDYrZgjFAkw/edit#heading=h.5406jrb8hx2g
Heather Dodge
38:20
Can you provide links for the two hyperlinks in this slide: NEW SB 1359 FAQ and All SB 1359 Resources?
Heather Dodge
38:25
Thanks, theresa.
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:38:29 tdykes: SB 1359 Resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BwwwGySNSAF_d0ZrUjlBSEk2N1k
Mary McMillan
39:56
Could you confirm whether or not the designation needs to be in both the printed and online schedules? There is some confusion on our campus.
Shelli Wynants
40:09
law says online
Jim Julius
40:17
I’m curious to know how many CSUs/CCCs have decided to go beyond SB 1359 and also do an official designation for low-cost course materials.
Jim Julius
40:29
(Low cost course material classes)
Suzanne Wakim
42:31
We are trying to get our bookstore program (MBS) to talk to our scheduling program (Colleague). Has anyone had success on getting those to work together?
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:44:21 tdykes: From Sandy: @Suzanne Bookstores all are already working with scheduling due to 2010 HEOA. Must show text costs in schedule.
Jim Julius
44:57
SB 1359 is great because it is the law. Designating low-cost classes could be controversial with some faculty so maybe a future meeting could discuss how colleges might deal with that if there is interest but also resistance in designating low-cost classes ...
Jared Ceja
45:23
Suzanne: We are writting a simple program to push the information from the Bookstore to Enollment Services. However, we do not use MBS or Colleague.
Jinan Darwiche
45:40
Santa Monica College has an online schedule with a link that shows the cost of textbooks
Heather Dodge
46:07
Jared, I'd be interested in this.
Jim Julius
46:09
For us we just link from the schedule over to the bookstore system. I think that’s compliant with the law. The two systems really don’t talk to each other though.
Larry Green
46:39
We are only showing zero textbook cost courses in our schedule (both online and in print). We highlight these courses so that they truly stand out in the schedule. We also use the icon, but the highlighting is what shouts it out the most.
Heather Dodge
46:39
We also rely on the bookstore. and it's been scattershot in terms of what is provided from faculty and the bookstore.
Jared Ceja
46:40
jared.ceja@csulb.edu
Suzanne Wakim
46:47
That's correct @Jim - that is the issue. We are compliant with the old law but not the new
Heather Dodge
46:49
Thanks, Jared.
Jim Julius
46:55
For SB 1359 our faculty will need to self-designate any of their classes that are ZTC - that’s been programmed as a new function in our SIS.
Jared Ceja
47:04
My pleasure!
Cherylee Kushida
47:43
A low-cost disscussion would be wonderful. We had disagreeement on the amount.
Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:48:57 tdykes: Next Webinar: Tuesday, 11/14 @ 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Sandra Bozarth
51:18
Arey any of the participating campus' Follett bookstores?
Jim Julius
52:03
Sandra, I know all the colleges right in our area - MiraCosta, Palomar, and CSU-SM are Follett
Jim Julius
52:19
But I don’t know if any of them are doing this program.
Sandra Bozarth
52:31
Thank you Jim.
Ben Compton
53:01
San Marcos has been in contact with us at SDSU but im not sure how it is going.
Sandra Bozarth
53:11
Would this be similar to Follett on Demand?
Ben Compton
53:14
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Unknown Speaker
00:00
00:53:47 tdykes: @Sandra Yes
Sandra Bozarth
54:33
Thank you Theresa.
Leslie Kennedy
55:41
Sandra. We believe you are close to 100% correct. we will confirm for you offline.
Jaime Hannans
01:03:06
Can the modules or layout of the modules be shared?
Suzanne Wakim
01:03:55
Thank you :) I will look up the hero program.
Jared Ceja
01:04:50
We are using tools through Verba
Jared Ceja
01:05:32
It feeds into our NBC Prism system
Fred Neely
01:05:59
Hero is an adoption tool from Sidewalk which Fy=ullerton does have a partner realtionship with.
Ben Compton
01:06:22
We are using our Verba Collect tool. We will be using a shared google doc to send no text required courses to the campus.
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:06:29 tdykes: sehrhorn@calstate.edu
Shelli Wynants
01:07:40
Hi Jaime - I'm working on getting OER#1 openly available online in the near future. Will share out when it is ready. Right now it's in our LMS.
Fred Neely
01:08:50
Georgia ALS http://www.affordablelearninggeorgia.org/
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:09:38 tdykes: OER Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BygtG_s2udQFFx3zhhYD103DzodBmuSM7OfUXgL_2Bs/edit#gid=0
Jaime Hannans
01:10:46
Yes, please share
Jared Ceja
01:10:57
I am interersted as well
Sandra Bozarth
01:11:03
Theresa - Should we also include items that are created by fauclty..for example when they select a few chapters and/or articles instead of apopting and acultay OER text
Jared Ceja
01:11:04
interested
Sandra Bozarth
01:11:25
Ok
Sandra Bozarth
01:11:57
is that cool4ed eportfolios
Sandra Bozarth
01:12:50
Kathy Swift is awesome!
Jared Ceja
01:13:43
Thanks!
Shelli Wynants
01:14:05
swynants@fullerton.edu
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:14:07 tdykes: Thanks for attending and sharing, everyone!
Larry Green
01:14:10
Thanks :)
Terri Georgopoulos
01:14:11
Great information and ideas! Thank you!
Jim Julius
01:14:16
Thanks all!
Cherylee Kushida
01:14:40
Thank you!
Unknown Speaker
00:00
01:14:43 De-Laine Cyrenne Sac State: thanks!