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PALCI ALPa Webinar - Affordable Learning PA: A Progress Report - Shared screen with speaker view
Charlotte Droll
35:20
Welcome, everyone! As you join, please introduce yourselves, where you are from, and your involvement with OER.
eevans
35:54
Liz Evans, Point Park University, fighting the uphill battle to get faculty to listen.
bells
36:27
Hi everyone. Steven Bell here. A member of the ALPa steering committee. We conduct a textbook affordability project here at Temple Libraries.
Charlotte Droll
36:30
Charlotte Droll, Bloomsburg Univ, working with bookstore and faculty and president to inform/engage on lower cost textbook options.
Matthew Jones
37:25
Matthew Jones, Duquesne University, Campus Partner for Affordable Learning PA.
Melody Diehl Detar
38:05
Hi everyone! Melody DIehl Detar - Instructional Design Librarian at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. I am also an OER Specialist and am working with Matthew to build enthusiasm and support for OERs on campus.
Rebecca Miller Waltz
38:34
Hi all! Rebecca Waltz at Penn State, and a member of the ALPa Steering Committee. We have a whole host of open and affordable projects going on here, and I get to co-chair our working group that manages and facilitates those projects!
Lisa McDaniels
38:55
Hello! Lisa McDaniels, Dean at Juniata College and currently campus partner here
Bill Hemmig
39:21
Hi everybody! Bill Hemmig, Bucks County Community College and one of the ALPa OER Specialists.
bells
42:05
great to be a part of this first ALPa webinar
Jill Morris, PALCI
48:05
Yes! Hi, Everyone!
Lisa McDaniels
48:24
I would like to know if there is a template for surveying students and faculty about their experience with textbooks
Messiah College-Sarah & Linda
49:01
Messiah College is interested in knowing more about ideas that we could try on campus to increase awareness of OERs
Sarah Appedu
49:54
Gettysburg is intersted in learning more about supporting faculty who want to create their own OER.
Bill Hemmig
50:28
Lisa, at Bucks we did a simple student survey a few years ago. Happy to share.
bells
50:49
thanks for sharing your desired outcomes for our session - i think you'll hear some of this in the session today
bells
51:18
these are also great ideas for future webcasts - like supporting OER publishing on your campus
bells
57:58
Those who have experienced it find that having a faculty member from another institution speak to your faculty about adopting OER and why it matters - find that can be an effective way to engage faculty who are new to OER
bells
58:32
That's why one of our projects is to identify "faculty champions" who will be able to visit campuses around the state.
bells
01:06:49
This year the focus of the OTNSI will be diversity and inclusion in open education (the first two days of OTNSI is a bootcamp for newcomers; the last three days is a summit for all OTN member representatives)
Shanna Hollich
01:07:53
ah, that is so great to hear, diversity and inclusion is such an important topic
Sarah Appedu
01:10:03
I'm doing a presentation to intro to Women and Gender studies students on OER, intersectionality, and social justice next month. Glad to hear this important topic is being honored! I'm especially interested in learning about more decolonization and accessibility.
Jill Miller
01:12:03
Hopefully, all of the campus partners received emails yesterday from their OER Specialist!
Shanna Hollich
01:14:17
Got your email, Jill - excited to work with you!
bells
01:14:27
Would there be interest in a future webinar on "keeping up with new developments in OER and open ed" or something like that - we can share how we find out what's happening in open ed (reports; listservs; networks, etc)
bells
01:15:38
i do believe there are spots in this state where it is still snowing in mid-April
Dan Stafford
01:16:29
https://www.cognitoforms.com/KutztownUniversity1/_2019TeachingAndLearningSymposiumOpenEducationalResourcesOERs
Shanna Hollich
01:16:31
I like the idea of that "keeping up with new developments" webinar - or even if it were something like an email list or a wiki
Jill Miller
01:17:19
Shanna, I look forward to working with you, too! Thanks for confirming you received the email!
Chris Barnes
01:19:02
Under the heading of keeping up with new developments, SUNY just announced a webinar series on Open Pedagogy with Robin DeRosa and Rajiv Jhangiani
Jill Miller
01:19:28
Awesome! Thanks for sharing that, Chris!
Bill Hemmig
01:19:44
The Open Ed Week website: http://www.openeducationweek.org
Jill Miller
01:19:44
Robin DeRosa and Rajiv Jhangiani are open pedagogy heroes!
Melody Diehl Detar
01:20:18
They will also be speaking at the Northeast OER summit. They're great!
Melody Diehl Detar
01:21:07
https://neoer.umasscreate.net/
Chris Barnes
01:23:45
+1 on OTN Publishing Coop
Lisa McDaniels
01:23:59
Juniata no longer has a brick and mortar bookstore, moved to Akademos. I'd be interested in hearing from others about their experience with a third-party, online-only vendor.
Jill Miller
01:24:18
Rebus Group's guide: https://projects.rebus.community/project/t6B4EwNxUeC3x4DhVX1Hy6/how-to-publish-an-open-textbook
Jill Miller
01:25:30
The OTN's Publishing Cooperative open curriculum: https://canvas.umn.edu/courses/106630
Jill Miller
01:27:27
Nicole Finkbeiner, who Steven just mentioned, shared these survey results (ongoing survey) that show what various institutions are doing in terms of grants: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17fHrzdsNpF0bYdlJ-lk_-JRRHFSt9N5YzfSUrdMNZig/edit?usp=sharing
Susquehanna University
01:27:49
We'd like to show a video about open education to faculty during Open Ed Week. Any suggestions?
Chris Barnes
01:28:22
Paywall: The Business of Scholarship if looking for a movie
Melody Diehl Detar
01:28:32
I was also going to suggest Paywall
Chris Barnes
01:28:35
Or The Internet’s Own Boy
Jill Miller
01:28:41
Check out Millersville's Open Ed Week recordings from last year!
Susquehanna University
01:29:32
Thanks everyone! We're going to show PAywall for OA Week
Jill Miller
01:30:58
I talk to everyone about Affordable Learning PA :)
Lisa McDaniels
01:32:01
I will mention it to some directors in ACLCP during our phone meeting this Friday
Lisa McDaniels
01:32:23
Maybe 40?
Lisa McDaniels
01:32:31
Yes, all Central pa
bells
01:36:46
Thanks everyone for joining us today - look forward to sharing more about ALPa - and some great future webinars.
Lisa McDaniels
01:36:59
Thanks for this. I have a long to-do list!
Dan Stafford
01:37:06
Thank you!
Rebecca Miller Waltz
01:37:08
Thank you!
Melody Diehl Detar
01:37:09
Thanks!
bells
01:37:11
@lisa....you are not alone
Jill Morris, PALCI
01:37:21
Thank you everyone!!
Bill Hemmig
01:37:36
Thanks everyone!