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Wednesday, November 6 • 3:30pm - 3:55pm
The Maricopa Millions Project: Scaling Up OER to Save Students Money and Increase Access

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The Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) is a large community college district, consisting of ten autonomous colleges. The MCCCD plans to scale OER usage throughout the district by remixing and adapting current models of implementation from across the nation. To this end, a task force and steering committee have been established to develop and implement a comprehensive strategic plan to accomplish the goal of saving our students $5 million over 5 years in course materials. The project includes a strategic, sustainable OER infrastructure consisting of building awareness, professional development opportunities for faculty, technical support, marketing, and technical structure. The project will help create a culture that actively encourages, supports, and sustains the use of OER for all course levels across all ten colleges. The course materials will be a mix and adaptation of existing OER course materials as well as development of new content. Our district leaders are committed to OER and the potential it holds to improve student access to materials. Participants attending this session will learn about the beginnings of MCCCD adoption of OER, the Maricopa Millions plan and what has been done to date to achieve this goal.

Speakers
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Paul Golisch

Dean, Information Technology, Paradise Valley Community College
I want students in developmental math courses to be successful in achieving their academic goals without paying for textbooks or online homework programs. I also want them to have some fun and get to know other students as they move through the math course sequence.
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James Sousa

Math Faculty, Phoenix College
As a math instructor, I enjoy helping students reach their goals and improve their lives. I believe a part of this is providing students quality instructional resources free or at a very low cost. | | | | Personally, I enjoy early morning exercise, staying active, and making the most of each day.
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Lisa Young

Faculty Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Scottsdale Community College
I serve Scottsdale Community College as the Instructional Design and Educational Technology faculty member. | | I am passionate about helping our students learn whether it be through excellent instructional design, the use of educational technology to resolve and mitigate instructional needs, and/or providing open educational resources to eliminate barriers to access and provide more relevant and useful learning materials


Wednesday November 6, 2013 3:30pm - 3:55pm
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