|OZOERu 14.04 Meetup||Homepage | Agenda | Guiding questions | Planning the meeting | Report|
- 1 Pre-meetup preparation
- 2 Agenda
- 2.1 Session 1: Video conference - OERu: From vision to reality
- 2.2 Session 2: The OERu context
- 2.3 Session 3: OERu strategy and planning
- 2.4 Session 4: OERu operations: Design, pedagogy and delivery
- 2.5 Session 5: OERu technology options
- 2.6 Session 6: Australian proposals for action for course development
- 2.7 Session 7: The way forward
Each OERu partner institution attending the meetup must prepare the following before the meeting:
- Institutional, 5 minute rapid-fire presentation uploaded to slideshare (maximum three slides) sharing open education activities and future plans at their respective institutions. You decide who presents from your team (and you can share the load if you like).
- Identify a minimum of two possible candidates for OERu course nominations from your institution including a candid assessment of the probability for successful completion.
Background note: The agenda was constructed from a list of brainstorm questions posted in the wiki and email communications posted to the list of OERu partner attendees.
Session 1: Video conference - OERu: From vision to reality
- Attendees: Staff at OERu partner institutions
- Conference link:
|Welcome, aims & participant introductions||Sandra Wills, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning), Charles Sturt University
Sandra welcomes participants and confirms the aims of the meetup. Participants introduce themselves using the one-breath rule.
|OERu: From vision to reality||Wayne Mackintosh, UNESCO, COL and ICDE Chair in OER
Wayne will summarise the journey of the OERu international partnership as an exemplar of low cost, low risk but high impact innovation in the world of open online education. (15 minute presentation followed by 15 minute Q&A)
|The first OERu prototype: USQ's Regional relations in Asia and the Pacific (AST1000)||David Bull, Director, Open Access College, University of Southern Queensland
David will report on the experiences from the AST1000 prototype which has successfully resulted in a student applying credit towards a degree conferred by Thompson Rivers University.
|Question and answer discussion||Sandra Wills
Sandra invites questions from the floor and remote participants.
Session 2: The OERu context
|OERu partner rapid-fire presentations||Facilitator: Carina Bossu, Lecturer (Learning and Teaching), Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching, UTAS
Each OERu partner is given 5 minutes and maximum of 3 slides (to be prepared in advance) updating the group on their university's (potential plans) for open education. Followed by short Q & A session for clarification.
|The missing OERu questions||Facilitator: Carina Bossu, Lecturer (Learning and Teaching), Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching, UTAS
|Refreshment break||Morning tea and virtual coffee.||10.50am||25 mins|
Session 3: OERu strategy and planning
|Distinctively open: Open planning the OERu way||Facilitator - Wayne Mackintosh
|Introduction to deciding on Australia's contribution to the OERu programme of study||Facilitator: Sandra Wills, Convener of the OERu programme of study working group
|Preparing for proposals for action for OERu course contributions||Facilitator: Sandra Wills
During this session participants will:
Session 4: OERu operations: Design, pedagogy and delivery
|Anatomy of an OERu course: Design for multiple reuse scenarios to maximise return on OERu investment||Facilitator: Wayne Mackintosh
Interactive session exploring examples of the design of OERu courses. The purpose of this short session is to provide examples to inform decisions and generate ideas for the Australian proposal for action for course design and development.
|Lunch break||OERu partner networking||1.00pm||30mins|
Session 5: OERu technology options
|OERu technology infrastructure: Opportunities and challenges||Facilitator: Timothy McCallum, University of Southern Queensland
Presenter: Jim Tittsler, Lead Technologist via web conference.
Interactive session exploring the OERu technology infrastructure.
|Plenary Q&A to clarify implications for design and development of Australian course contributions.||Facilitator: Timothy McCallum, University of Southern Queensland
Jim stays online to answer any technology questions. Wayne will assist with pedagogy related questions.
Session 6: Australian proposals for action for course development
|Negotiating group divisions||Facilitator: Natalie Brown, Head, Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching, UTAS
Discussing optimal groups for developing proposals for action taking into account opportunities for collaboration.
|Developing proposals for action||Teams work on proposals for action
Proposal for action template (On Google Docs)
|Afternoon refreshments||OERu partner networking||3.30pm||30mins|
Session 7: The way forward
|Next steps for the way forward||Sarah Lambert, Manager Open Education, University of Wollongong