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Curriculum and training-related activities. Margaret Murphy & Nicole Bunselmeyer. Topics. What we promised Key activities for the next 4 quarters Curriculum deliverables and events Open source content Creative Commons attributions Accessibility/508 compliance. Project launch.

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Curriculum and training related activities

Curriculum and training-related activities

Margaret Murphy & Nicole Bunselmeyer


Topics

Topics

  • What we promised

  • Key activities for the next 4 quarters

  • Curriculum deliverables and events

  • Open source content

  • Creative Commons attributions

  • Accessibility/508 compliance


Project launch

Project launch


Project planning

Project planning


What we promised curriculum

What we promised:curriculum


What we promised curriculum1

What we promised:curriculum


What we promised

What we promised


What we promised1

What we promised

EMR-STAR


What we promised student outcomes

What we promised: student outcomes


Curriculum projects

Curriculum projects

  • IT common core (all)

  • Health IT common core (all)

  • Health IT infusion into Nursing and/or allied health

  • New “X + Health IT” certificates


Curriculum deliverables and events

Curriculum deliverables and events


Winter 2013 key activities

Winter 2013 key activities

  • Curriculum

    • IT Common Core

    • Infusion curriculum and course materials

    • Certificate curriculum

  • Establishment of connections with military organizations, Workforce Development Center partners

  • Student recruitment planning

  • Student data collection planning

  • Identification of student employment resources


Spring 2013 key activities

Spring 2013 key activities

  • Curriculum

    • Certificate course materials

    • Institutional curriculum approval

    • Steps to advance Prior Learning Assessment

  • Students complete IT common core

  • Active student recruitment

    • TAA

    • Military veterans

  • Student employment assistance for graduates of infused programs


Summer 2013 key activities

Summer 2013 key activities

  • Development of technology-based e-learning activities

  • Active student recruitment

  • Review and revision of infusion course materials

  • Students complete IT common core

  • Meetings with students to review personal and academic goals (navigator/instructional support position)

  • Testing of EMR-STAR


Fall 2013 key activities

Fall 2013 key activities

  • Launch of new certificate programs

  • Student coaching

  • Review and report on student progress

  • Internship development

  • Establishment of relationships with employers


Content dissemination requirements

Content Dissemination Requirements

  • 100% of program materials will be developed as open educational resources

  • Federally-funded materials need to be accessible and Section 508 compliant


Curriculum and training related activities

Teaching, learning, and research materials in any medium that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license that permits their free use and

re-purposing by others.


Creative commons cc

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  • Focused on providing "institutional, practical and legal support for individuals and groups wishing to experiment and communicate with culture more freely.”


What cc licenses mean

What (CC) Licenses Mean

For Content Creators

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For Content Users

  • Millions of songs, images, videos, scientific and academic works for free and legal use

In this grant we will be both (CC) Creators and Users


Creative commons licenses

Creative Commons Licenses

  • Six, free copy-right licenses to general public

  • Licenses allow creators to communicate:

    • which rights they reserve, and

    • which rights they waive for the benefit of recipients or other creators


Cc by

CC BY

All resources created (new builds and revisions) using DOL grant funds must be released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license (CC BY).


Federally developed curriculum

Federally Developed Curriculum


Section 508 compliance

Section 508 Compliance

  • Accessibility of Electronic and Information technology (6 Categories)

    • Software applications and operating systems

    • Web-based intranet and internet information and applications

    • Telecommunications products

    • Video and multimedia products

    • Self contained, closed products

    • Desktop and portable computers.


Section 508 s impact

Section 508’s Impact

  • NTER site (Bellevue)

  • Word documents (all)

  • PDFs (all)

  • PowerPoints (all)

  • Graphics (all)

  • Videos (all)

  • Audio files (all)

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