Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Task force

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Aims

  1. The MVP task force is a dedicated group established on recommendation of the OERu Management Committee to focus on and facilitate the completion of a free first year of study for OERu learners.
  2. The task force will function as a community support and leadership group to ensure successful completion of the OERu MVP.

Key documents

  1. Terms of reference
  2. MVP implementation plan

MVP task force members

This self-selected group (others invited to join!) currently consists of key OERu stakeholders and developers working on MVP courses.

Member OERu position MVP Roles
Wayne Mackintosh Director and OERF Board member MVP co-ordinator
Dave Lane Open Source Technologist, OERF MVP Technology platform lead
Jim Taylor OERF Board member OERu Strategic Planning WG Chair
Marc Singer TESU OERu Focal Point OERu Standing Committee for Credit Transfer Chair
Rory McGreal OERF Board member MVP course: Micro-economics
Andy Brown UHI OERu Focal Point Exit Award: CertHE
Irwin DeVries TRU OERu Focal Point Exit Award: Certificate of General Studies
MVP course: Art Appreciation and Techniques
Linda Ward CSU OERu Focal Point MVP Course: Australian Indigenous Culture
JaneFrances Agbu NOUN OERu Focal Point MVP Course: History and philosophy of science
Brian Mulligan ITSligo OERu Focal Point MVP Course: C Programming 101
Cameron Campbell OERF Consultant MVP Course: Principles of Management
Christine Daviault OERF Consultant MVP Course: Principles of Management
Randy Fisher OERF Consultant MVP Course: Principles of Marketing
Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF Consultant MVP Course: Creating Sustainable Futures
Odette Murdoch Otago Polytechnic OERu Focal Point MVP Course: Creating sustainable futures
Gail Morong TRU OERu learning designer MVP Courses:
  • Art Appreciation and Techniques
  • Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
  • Corporate communication
Rajiv Jhangiani KPU OERu Faculty member MVP course:
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
Helen Partridge USQ OERu Focal Point Regional relations in Asia and the Pacific

Meetings

All meetings are hosted using the following Zoom meeting room: https://zoom.us/j/541899894

  1. Third meeting, 8 September 2017, 11:00AM NZST (Click on link for local time.)
  2. Second meeting, 8 June 2015, 10:00AM NZST (Click on link for local time.)
  3. First meeting (Friday 18 March 2016, Noon NZDST for Oceania and North America and Wednesday 23 March 2016, NZDST for Europe and Africa)