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If They Build it, Will You Come? Utilizing 3 rd Party Content. Terri Rowenhorst Partner Development: National Repository of Online Courses (NROC) Monterey Institute for Technology and Education Lisa Cheney-Steen Co-Executive Director for Learning Technology

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If they build it will you come utilizing 3 rd party content

If They Build it, Will You Come? Utilizing 3rd Party Content

Terri Rowenhorst

Partner Development: National Repository of Online Courses (NROC)

Monterey Institute for Technology and Education

Lisa Cheney-Steen

Co-Executive Director for Learning Technology

Colorado Community College System


What is a 3 rd party learning object ww ii example

Graphics

Text

Documents

Interactive Exercise

Documentary Video

Newsreel

What is a 3rd Party Learning Object? WW II Example

NROC History Demo


Why learning objects customization and reassembly

Advanced or

Remedial Study

Instructor

Presentation

Offered Course

Why Learning Objects?Customization and Reassembly

NROC

Course


Faculty perspectives why use 3 rd party content

Faculty Perspectives: Why Use 3rd Party Content?

  • High-quality and diverse usually beyond the means of institutions

  • Multi-modal learning experiences

  • Allows instructor to focus on designing the learning experience

  • Saves time and money

  • You wouldn’t write a textbook would you?


If they build it will you come utilizing 3 rd party content

Research on Faculty Perspectives: How Faculty Prepare Online Courses (from Bob Threlkeld’s Conversations with the Field)

  • Similar to Classroom Instruction

  • Textbook is still the backbone of most courses

  • Faculty as Artist

  • Satisfaction and Success: 3 C’s

    • Convenience

    • Clarity

    • Communication

    • What about Content?


Faculty perspectives evaluating 3 rd party content

Faculty Perspectives:Evaluating 3rd Party Content

To achieve course learning outcomes

  • What content adds value?

    • Multi-modal or media-rich

    • Activities, assignments, assessments utilizing CMS

    • Simulations and interactivity

  • And is appropriate?

    • Bandwidth and Accessibility

    • Support and Reliability

    • Design and Usability

    • Rights of Use and Costs


Sources of 3 rd party content

Sources of 3rd Party Content

  • Commercial

    • Print publishers (ePaks and Course Cartridges)

    • Course vendors (Thinkwell)

    • Supplement providers (WebAssign)

  • Non-Profit & Open Educational Resources (OER)

    • Course Developers (Telecourse providers)

    • Repositories (Wisc-Online)

    • Referatories (Merlot)

    • OERs (NROC, OCW, SOFIA)

  • Institutions/Communities of Practice

    • Local Initiatives (Maricopa Learning Exchange, Orange Grove)


Just do it examples of nroc objects in courses

Just do it!Examples of NROC Objects in Courses

  • American Government at SPC (ANGEL)

  • American Government at ICCOC (ECollege)

  • US History at CSTC (WebCT CE)

  • Environmental Science at CCCO (WebCT Vista)


Just do it central repositories

Just Do it!Central Repositories

  • History in The Orange Grove

    • Florida Statewide Initiative

    • Equella Software from Learning Edge

  • Physics in the MODE Repository

    • MNSCU System-wide Initiative

    • D2L Repository Software


  • Just do it contribute through social authoring

    Just Do it!Contribute through Social Authoring

    • CCCOnline Digital Textbook Project

    • UT TeleCampus Course Redesign

    • NROC Network

      • Non-majors Biology

      • General Psychology

      • Elementary Algebra


    Continuous improvement evaluating effectiveness

    ContinuousImprovement: Evaluating Effectiveness

    • Student Engagement Levels and Performance

    • Learning Outcomes and Achievement

    • Using CMS Tools

    • Networking and Sharing in Communities

    • Feedback loop with the developer

    • Course evaluation tools like OCEP or cEval


    Start here www nrocnetwork org

    Start Here!www.nrocnetwork.org

    • Join the Network: Faculty, Administrators, Instructional Technologists

    • Participate in Social Authoring

    • Results shared with students at OER site: www.hippocampus.org

    • Additional benefits for supporting institutional members


    If they build it will you come utilizing 3 rd party content

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