Changing the world one course at a time…. Melonie Rasmussen David Lippman Tyler Wallace Dale Hoffman Federico Marchetti. Open Course Library Discussion. What is the OCL Project?. Design 42 high-enrollment courses for face-to-face, hybrid, or online delivery
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Design 42 high-enrollment courses for face-to-face, hybrid, or online delivery
Reduce cost of course materials (< $30)
New resources for faculty to use in their courses
Creating ready-to-use course modules
An effort to force classes to go online
The courses will be digital and modular so faculty can take the pieces they want to use and ignore the rest
Finding, compiling, or creating* a low-cost book or book alternative for under $30
*writing a book is not what this grant is funding
Tyler Wallace, Big Bend CC
Introductory and Intermediate Algebra
Federico Marchetti, Shoreline CC
Intro Statistics, Math& 146
Melonie Rasmussen & David Lippman, Pierce CC
Precalculus 1 and 2, Math& 141/142
Dale Hoffman, Bellevue College
Calculus 1, 2, and 3, Math& 151/152/153
Planning on working with Carnegie Mellon’s Open Learning Initiative
What would make you want to use one of these OCL courses?
What kind of course supplement materials are important to you?
How important is the book itself? Could videos, Powerpoints / lecture notes, worked out examples, exercise sets suffice?