OP assessment services for CertHE

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Planning page for the local Otago Polytechnic short course and course summary approvals to offer assessment services for transcript credit for the Certificate of Higher Education in Business (OERu)

Project team

  • Becca Black, ‎Manager, OP Online, Otago Polytechnic
  • Cameron Campbell, OERF Consultant, Canada
  • Carol Cooper-Taylor, OERF Consultant, United Kingdom / Spain.
  • Christine Daviault, OERF Consultant, Canada
  • Mark Forbes, Business Systems Analyst, Quality, Data and Records, Otago Polytechnic.
  • Peter Harris, Innovation Facilitator, Otago Polytechnic.
  • Anna James, Quality Systems Analyst, Otago Polytechnic
  • Wayne Mackintosh, Director, OER Foundation and project manager for this initiative.
  • Gail Morong, OERF Consultant, Canada.
  • Liz Stewart, Manager, Quality Enhancement Centre, Otago Polytechnic

Project tasks

The aim of this project is to complete the Otago Polytechnic approval processes to offer assessment-only services for designated OERu courses to issue transcript credit for the CertHE in Business (OERu) to be conferred by the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI). Most of the micro-courses would qualify for Edubits micro-credentials. Otago Polytechnic is aiming to confirm an "agreement in principle" for signing the OERu Credit Transfer and Articulation Agreement with UHI as an assessing OERu partner for the approved courses by 15 May 2017. Consequently, this project is aiming to complete phase 1 by 10 May 2017. Phase 2 involves the development of the summative assessments and related moderation processes which we aim to complete by June 2017 or sooner.

Phase 1: Prepare documents for Academic Board at Otago Polytechnic

This phase comprises the preparation of the approval documentation for the Quality Approvals Committee and Academic Board at Otago Polytechnic. The following documents are required:

  1. Course outline for new short course (AcQual 114): To be completed for each micro-course
  2. Course summary (AcQual 105): To be completed for each OERu full-course so that Otago Polytechnic can issue transcript credit for articulation into the CertHE in Business (for both 12 Credit and 16 Credit options).

Phase 2: Develop summative assessments

  1. Develop summative assessments for each micro course aligned with the short course and course summary approvals for Academic Board above (Consultants or designated OP staff).
  2. Develop corresponding assessment rubrics using the approved grading schemes (Consultants or designated OP staff).
  3. Complete pre-assessment and moderation approval for Edubits (OP responsibility)
  4. Refine the assessments if required.

Communication and support technologies

Technology Purpose Details
OERu-Edubits list on Groups.oeru.org For all email communications.
(We don't use personal email - if its not on the list or the wiki, it doesn't exist!)
Address email to:

oeru-edubits@groups.oeru.org
(Note - from the email address you used to register and account.)

Kanboard Used for project management and allocation of tasks Team members are invited to join the Kanboard via email.
In the search field type tag:Edubit to filter cards for this project.
chat.oeru.org Used for support from the OERF You will need to register an account.

Recommend using the #oer-course-devchannel

Courses

Note:

  • The course titles in the table below link through to the course specification document which should be used as the starting point for preparing the approval documentation.
  • Links to the course materials are list on the MVP implementation page.
OERu code NZQA Credits NZQA Level OERu Course Micro-course title Lead Institution
IPM101 4 5 Project Management Role of the project manager Becca Black OP
IPM102 4 5 Project Management Initiating a project Becca Black OP
IPM103 4 5 Project Management Planning a project Becca Black OP
IPM104 4 5 Project Management Executing and closing a project Becca Black OP
LIDA101 4 5 Learning in a Digital Age Digital skills for online learning Becca Black OP
LIDA102 4 5 Learning in a Digital Age Digital citizenship Becca Black OP
LIDA103 4 5 Learning in a Digital Age Open education, copyright and open licensing in a digital world Becca Black OP
LIDA104 4 5 Learning in a Digital Age Critical media literacies and associated digital skills Becca Black OP
CCOM101 4 5 Corporate Comms Writing for business success Gail Morong OERF
CCOM102 4 5 Corporate Comms Creating effective business presentations Gail Morong OERF
CCOM103 4 5 Corporate Comms Intercultural communication, teamwork and leadership Gail Morong OERF
PMKT101 4 5 Principles of Marketing Core foundations of successful marketing Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF
PMKT102 4 5 Principles of Marketing Market research and customer insights Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF
PMKT103 4 5 Principles of Marketing Launching products and generating market demand Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF
PMAN101 4 5 Principles of Management Introduction to management Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
PMAN102 4 5 Principles of Management Leading and managing people Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
PMAN103 4 5 Principles of Management Planning and managing organisations Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
IENT101 4 5 Intro to entrepreneurship Becoming an entrepreneur Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF
IENT102 4 5 Intro to entrepreneurship Planning a business startup Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF
IENT103 4 5 Intro to entrepreneurship Financing and managing a business startup Carol Cooper-Taylor OERF
MIEC101 4 5 Principles of microeconomics Introduction to principles of microeconomics Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
MIEC102 4 5 Principles of microeconomics Production and consumption Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
MIEC103 4 5 Principles of microeconomics Market structures Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
MAEC101 4 5 Principles of macroeconomics Introduction to principles of macroeconomics Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
MAEC102 4 5 Principles of macroeconomics Aggregate activity and demand Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF
MAEC101 4 5 Principles of macroeconomics Monetary policy and international trade Cameron Campbell
Christine Daviault
OERF

References and resources

Documents for academic board approval

  1. Consultants should use the Google documents listed below.
  2. Users should log in using their own gmail accounts so we can track comments and edits.
  3. When suggesting changes, use "Suggesting" (track changes) or comment using the comment feature.

Google docs used for drafting approvals

Corporate communication

  1. Course summary for CCOM100 - Reviewed by QEC. Ready for Academic Board.
  2. Short course approvals
  3. Assignment pages

Principles of marketing

  1. Course summary for PMKT100 - Reviewed by QEC. Ready for Academic Board.
  2. Short course approvals
  3. Assignment pages

Principles of management

  1. Course summary for PMAN100 - Reviewed by QEC. Ready for Academic Board.
  2. Short course approvals
  3. Assignment pages

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

  1. Course summary for IENT100 - Reviewed by QEC. Ready for Academic Board.
  2. Short course approvals
  3. Assignment pages
    • IENT101 Assignment - Marking Rubric - To be written
    • IENT102 Assignment - Marking Rubric - To be written
    • IENT103 Assignment - Marking Rubric - To be written

Principles of microeconomics

  1. Course summary for MIEC100
  2. Short course approvals
  3. Assignment pages

Principles of macroeconomics

  1. Course summary for MAEC100
  2. Short course approvals
  3. Assignment pages

Introduction to project management

  1. Course summary for IPM100 - Copy of existing approved course at OP
  2. Short course approvals

Learning in a digital age

  1. Course summary for LIDA100
  2. Short course approvals