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Thursday, November 12 • 11:00am - 11:25am
Building a High Impact Car as We Raced It: Developing a Multi-discipline, Large-scale OER Collection

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In May, 2020, the NC General Assembly awarded funds to the University of North Carolina System to fund a multi-pronged approach to support faculty and students transitioning to remote and online learning both during the summer and looking ahead to the upcoming academic year. Included in this effort was the development and launch of a multi-discipline resource of digital course enhancements curated and peer reviewed by over 150 UNC System faculty, librarians, and instructional designers from 17 institutions.

During this presentation, participants will learn about the genesis of the project -- where the idea originated and why it happened so quickly, how we connected development of agreed-upon student learning outcomes to outcome specific open educational resources, and the process of winning over faculty to OER in the process. We’ll share our experiences with nebulous licensing, a template for identifying meta-data used across the collection, and our next move to establish a repository for UNC System faculty to utilize in the future. Lastly, participants will experience equity and inclusion models incorporated into Chemistry course collections by two teams of faculty, and will gain ideas for their own equity and inclusion modules.

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and access the resource.


Learning Outcomes:
Participants will hear about launching a large-scale, discipline specific, fast-paced project; Participants will have the following takeaways: Process map; meta-data template; examples of incorporating diversity into open ed content; and access to the course collection.

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Soler

Michelle Soler

Director, Competency-Based Education & Assessment, UNC System Office
Michelle Solér is the research and development lead for competency-based education for the UNC System Office. Her work helps to clear the path for institutions across the University of North Carolina System's 17 campuses as faculty and staff consider, design, and implement innovative... Read More →
avatar for Enoch Park

Enoch Park

Quality Matters / Online Learning Specialist, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
avatar for Sarah Falls

Sarah Falls

University Librarian, UNC School of the Arts
I'm most interested in equitable access to information. Most recently, I've been working on the Course Enhancement project with the UNC System. 
avatar for Tonya Gerald-Goins

Tonya Gerald-Goins

Associate Professor, NCCU


Thursday November 12, 2020 11:00am - 11:25am EST
Concurrent 3
  Open Education 101, Presentation