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ASCCC OERI Resource Showcase - Shared screen with speaker view
Jane Ishibashi
30:39
What was the funding spent on when making these resources?
Jennifer Paris
31:15
Up to $20,000. It varied on the proposals.
Michelle Pilati
31:19
Primarily, we were funding people to do the work.
Jennifer Paris
31:39
Oops! Misread the question. :)
Jane Ishibashi
31:58
Yes, but it technical support, stipends for faculty time, etc??
Amy Garcia
31:59
Where did the funding come from?
Michelle Pilati
32:22
Stipends for faculty time - from our funds.
Michelle Pilati
32:40
Our funds came from our governor/s budget.
Michelle Pilati
33:57
We offered limited technical support. The videos were also support by the college - we did not provide resources to get to that.
Jane Ishibashi
33:59
For faculty who needed more technical support to adapt and create ancillaries, did any college get to fund technical support positions?
Amy Garcia
34:11
Can you share your proposal form that you sent out to faculty?
Michelle Pilati
34:39
If they wanted to do use funds for someone other than faulty, the could do so. Happy to share the RFP.
Josh Franco
34:39
Hi, yes, I am happy to answer any questions
Amy Garcia
35:20
Thank you
Deborah Gustlin
36:09
What publisher is this through? Is it LibreTexts?
Josh Franco
36:46
Yes. My discipline's national association, American Political Science Association, is interested in hosting the textbook
Deborah Gustlin
44:48
When is the next RFP due out for letter of intents?
Jane Ishibashi
45:04
Is there going to be another round of funding for 2020-2021?
Deborah Gustlin
49:59
The attributions finding CC photos took the most time from our project.
Josh Franco
52:15
It should be noted that each Project Award had an ASCCC Contact (Amanda Taintor was mine) and it was helpful to have a 3rd party be in contact with and accountable to
Deborah Gustlin
53:10
Shagun was the best adviser!
Dave Dillon
53:36
We also continue to learn some of the specific needs of disciplines and projects - and how to be able to support them.
Josh Franco
54:01
Related to OER, this has spurred my campus (Cuyamaca College) to include OER in their Accreditation Report. The College is now looking to institutionalize OER through a committee/workgroup and Coordinator role.
Josh Franco
55:57
https://www.cuyamaca.edu/college-info/accreditation/2019/Cuyamaca%20ISER%202019%20Final.pdf See Page 339 ("Project #2: Expand OER/Low Cost Course Materials)
Jane Ishibashi
56:38
So the approximate date for the next letter of intent might be in Dec. 2020?
Karen Sabbah
56:44
Where can we see all the projects funded?
Deborah Gustlin
56:58
How many projects did complete from the May 2019?
Jennifer Paris
58:55
tinyurl.com/ASCCC-OpenEd
Fawzi Baroud
01:01:04
Greetings from Beirut Lebanon... www.ndu.edu.lb ,Thank you all for an interesting Webinar