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  1. 1. BECOMING OPEN EDUCATION LEADERS Open Education Advocacy and Design for Librarians Quill West, MLS, MAIS Open Education Project Manger Pierce College @quill_west
  2. 2. Presentation Goals • Define Open Education • Recognize how OE and course design are interrelated • Describe the role of an open education advocate • Construct a definition of open education librarianship
  3. 3. OPEN EDUCATION: DEFINED "Joel speaks on open software" by opensource.com is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
  4. 4. “Hand” by Golan Levin is CC-BY 2.0 Modified by Quill West, CC-BY 4.0
  5. 5. OER made possible by… PD
  6. 6. OER Not OER ©
  7. 7. Learn Licensing • Faculty concerns over licensing and copyright documented in multiple studies • Theoretical understanding of licenses makes advocacy easier • Students use open licensing too
  8. 8. Brief Review Two of the 5Rs are revision and remixing. Which of the Creative Commons licenses don’t allow for remix? A. B. C. D. Use the polling feature in Blackboard Collaborate to select the most appropriate answer. & & &
  9. 9. OE AND ID: TRAVELING COMPANIONS "luggage on a rolls royce" by jiva is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0
  10. 10. "Who are your Learners?" by Giulia Forsythe is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  11. 11. “Copyright Course Materials and You” by Giulia Forsythe is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0, Modified from the original by Quill West.
  12. 12. Brief Review If A is all the time and D is never, select the most appropriate description of how often you’ve helped a faculty member select a textbook. A. I do that all the time. B. I’ve done it 3-5 times this year. C. It happened once or twice in the past ten years. D. Textbook selection? Only for my own courses. Use the polling feature in Blackboard Collaborate to select the most appropriate answer.
  13. 13. Learn to Make Course Maps • Often textbooks have too much information • Organized course maps help you to see what is missing • Define all of the skills students need to complete assignments and achieve outcomes • Helping to design – bigger chance to be involved • Make the process explicit to yourself and the faculty member
  14. 14. OE ADVOCACY
  15. 15. Advocacy • Plan for success • Develop message • Identify challenges and opportunities • Collect allies
  16. 16. The term advocate is a little misleading. Most library advocates are planners, designers, content supporters, champions, project managers, developers, and experts who support open education at multiple levels and in many guises.
  17. 17. Brief Review If A is all the time and D is never, select the most appropriate description of the last time you had a strategic conversation about how your library messages open education. A. OE is part of our strategic plan. B. 3-5 times this year, it’s a developing plan. C. We really want to, but we’re way too busy for that. D. I’m on a fact-finding mission. Use the polling feature in Blackboard Collaborate to select the most appropriate answer.
  18. 18. OE LIBRARIANSHIP "Why incentives don't work" by opensource.com is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.5
  19. 19. "Education Reform" by opensource.com is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
  20. 20. Skills Identified • Licensing/Copyright • Planning and Project Management • Strategic Planning • Professional Development Outreach • Instructional Design, Iterative Design • Searching for Open Materials • Institutional Research, Evidence Based Change • Student Motivation Outreach • Information Literacy • Teaching • A lot of moxy and grit
  21. 21. Article References • Chae, B. and Jenkins, M. (2015). A qualitative investigation of faculty open educational resource usage in the Washington Community and Technical College System: Models for support and implementation. SBTCT. Retrieved 27, May 2015 from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4eZdZMtpULyZC1NRHMzOEhRRzg/view. • Allen, I.E. and Seaman, J. (2014). Opening the curriculum: Open educational resources in US higher education, 2014. Babson Survey Research Group. Retrieved 27, May 2015 from http://www.onlinelearningsurvey.com/oer.html. People and Projects to Follow • Opencontent.org • BC Open Textbook Project • Open Education Group • Organizations that Help • Creative Commons • CCCOER • SPARC The proceeding presentation by Quill West for Pierce College is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 international license. Some materials used have more restrictive licenses. Please note those licenses when you use my presentation. Work License

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