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Reducing the Cost of College: New Directions for Faculty eAuthoring

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An eAuthoring model that pairs instructional designers and librarians with faculty subject matter experts to create professionally designed, low cost, high impact, innovative course materials.

This slide show was presented at the Online Learning Consortium Emerging Technologies Conference in Dallas, TX in April 2015

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Reducing the Cost of College: New Directions for Faculty eAuthoring

  1. 1. Poll: What is your campus role? (instructional designer, librarian, faculty, IT, Dean, etc….) @nononi28 @gratzee
  2. 2. Reducing the Costs of College: New Directions for Faculty eAuthoring Nori Barajas-Murphy • Erin Gratz University of La Verne
  3. 3. AGENDA • Define eAuthoring course content taxonomy • Identify benefits of collaboration between instructional designers, librarians, and faculty in design and publication • Analyze cost savings to students • Review data of student learning using eAuthored content versus traditional textbooks @nononi28 @gratzee
  4. 4. “Does custom publishing work to improve attitude* and learning outcomes?” *Attitude= interest, appreciation of a discipline -Romine and Banerjee 2013
  5. 5. Poll: To what degree does your institution support eAuthoring?
  6. 6. eAuthored Text - A Taxonomy @nononi28 @gratzee
  7. 7. 6. eAuthored Responsive 5. eAuthored Interactive 4. e/Authored Textbook 3. Curated Resources 2. Compiled Resources 1. Custom Textbook @nononi28 @gratzee
  8. 8. Custom Textbook @nononi28 @gratzee
  9. 9. Compiled Resources @nononi28 @gratzee
  10. 10. CuratedResources @nononi28 @gratzee
  11. 11. e/Authored Textbook @nononi28 @gratzee
  12. 12. eAuthored Interactive @nononi28 @gratzee
  13. 13. eAuthored Responsive @nononi28 @gratzee
  14. 14. Poll: To what degree does your institution support eAuthoring?
  15. 15. Poll: To what degree does eAuthoring already exist on your campus?
  16. 16. Collaboration Faculty • Instructional Designers • Librarians
  17. 17. Faculty (SME) Librarian Instructional Designer This person’s expertise and learning outcomes lead the project The project will move at the rate of the subject matter expert This person’s knowledge of and accessibility to resources support the project This person’s technical skill and design knowledge support the project @nononi28 @gratzee
  18. 18. Faculty Librarians Instructional Designers TIME Collaboration between existing human resources
  19. 19. Poll: Where do you most need to establish collaborations? (ID-Library/Library-Faculty/Faculty-ID)
  20. 20. Human Connection Moment 1. Consider what has been presented so far 2. Make 3 bullet points of actions you can take on your campus in the near future 3. Select your favorite bullet point 4. Text to polleverywhere 5. Create groups of 3 6. Share favorite bullet point
  21. 21. Poll: Where are your strongest collaborations? (ID-Library/Library-Faculty/Faculty-ID)
  22. 22. Cost Savings to Students @nononi28 @gratzee
  23. 23. Poll: Increase in textbook prices from 2002-2012? 1.28% 2.89% 3.82 % 4.51%
  24. 24. EstimatedIncreasesfrom 2002to2012
  25. 25. Cost Savings in Research Methods = $219 – 94.49
  26. 26. Cost Savings in Music Appreciation = $88.75
  27. 27. Cost Savings in Human A&P = $72.30
  28. 28. Poll: What would impede a student purchase of a faculty authored text at your campus?
  29. 29. Impact on Student Learning @nononi28 @gratzee
  30. 30. Poll: To what degree do you believe faculty eAuthored books impact student’s learning and engagement?
  31. 31. “Reinforcing these findings, students in the baseline study who found their instructors’ annotations, highlights, and added e-text materials useful or whose instructors encouraged use of the e-textbooks were: ● significantly more likely to report that the e-textbooks helped them better understand the course ideas and concepts, ● allowed them to better organize and structure their learning, increased their engagement with course content, ● and made their study time more efficient.” Grajek 2013
  32. 32. Distracti… Tablet novelty Publication outputs Design standards
  33. 33. Significance of Instructor Modeling
  34. 34. Need for Empirical Research on Impact of Faculty Authored Course Content on Learning
  35. 35. “Three factors have held back instructors’ ability and willingness to publish custom materials. The first is the lack of technology; the second is rethinking of the economic model related to publishing and technological issues dealing with security, copyright, and patenting; and the third is the numerous erroneous assumptions and myths among instructors that accompany the idea of customization.” - Romine (2012) @nononi28 @gratzee
  36. 36. GAO-13-368, College Textbooks: Students Have Greater Access to Textbook Information - 655066.pdf. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2015, from http://www.gao.gov/assets/660/655066.pdf Grajek, S. (2013). Understanding What Higher Education Needs from E-Textbooks : An EDUCAUSE / Internet2 Pilot (p. 54). Retrieved from https://www.educause.edu/library/resources/understanding-what-higher-education- needs-e-textbooks-educauseinternet2-pilot Martin, C., & Aitken, J. (2012). Evolving definitions of authorship in Ebook. Information Services & Use, 31(2011), 139–146. doi:10.3233/ISU-2012-0643 Romine, W., & Banerjee, T. (2012). Customization of Curriculum Materials in Science: Motives, Challenges, and Opportunities. Journal of Science Education & Technology, 21(1), 38–45. Retrieved from 10.1007/s10956-010- 9278-8 Why textbooks cost so much. (2014, August 16). The Economist. http://www.economist.com/news/united- states/21612200-its-economics-101-why-textbooks-cost-so-much Resources

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