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The Open SUNY Course Quality Review Rubric OSCQR

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The Open SUNY Course Quality Review Rubric OSCQR

  1. 1. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) The Open SUNY Course Quality Review Rubric OSCQR Alexandra M. Pickett Director, Open SUNY COTE OpenED  2016   November 4, 2016 #OpenEd16 #oscqr
  2. 2. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Presentation Goals •  Learn about the OSCQR Online Course Quality Review Process & Rubric. –  Earn a badge. •  Take home the Rubric. –  CC licensed –  Feedback? –  Opportunities for collaboration? •  Join our community. –  Become “Friend of SUNY” to network, access resources, and continue the conversation. And, earn another badge.
  3. 3. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR 64 Campuses
  4. 4. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR 1994:  Ini%ated  system-­‐wide   asynchronous  learning   network  with  grants  from   Sloan  Founda%on:  The  SUNY   Learning  Network   1995:  Launched  the  first  online  mul%-­‐ ins%tu%onal  Learning  Management   System  that  scaled  to  support  40+   ins%tu%ons   1996:  Launched  system-­‐ wide  online  faculty   development  and  online   course  design  processes   2000:  SUNY’s  SLN  became  the   second-­‐largest  asynchronous   learning  network  in  the  country   2012:  Online  faculty  developed  through  SLN   surpass  5,000  mark,  along  with  thousands  more   developed  by  campuses.    There  are  nearly  400   online  degree  programs  and  12,000  online  course   sec%ons   2013:  Announced   Open  SUNY  launch   challenge,  State  of   University  address   2010:  Ini%ated   Power  of  SUNY   &  Innova%ve   Instruc%on   Transforma%on   Team   2011:  SUNY  online  students  passed  the  85K   mark.    Established  Chancellor’s  Advisory   CommiVee  on  Online  Educa%on  (part  of  GeYng   Down  to  Business  Ini%a%ve)   A Rich History
  5. 5. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Who are we? How did we get here? SLN Application Support Online readiness assessment Open- SUNY.edu navigator Exploration course Student online experience SLN Education Research Faculty professional development in online education SLN Online Resources LMS Administrative Support LMS Hosting SLN HelpDesk
  6. 6. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Open SUNY Initiatives Campus and system-wide initiatives and supports Student Supports 24/7 service hotline Online academic tutoring Library and open educational resources Student computer program Academic initiatives Lab for new models in teaching and learning Affordable broadband for NYS Revenue and cost models Universal sign-on Online readiness assessment Policy architecture NY State SUNY Prior learning assessment High-needs disciplines General education Signature SUNY programs Skill remediation Offerings powered by Open SUNY Open SUNY infrastructure Educational resources Competency- based learning Credit- bearing third-party content Open SUNY Global ePortfolio Open- SUNY.edu navigator Credits and financial aid across campuses Student services hotline Experiential learning Exploration course Student online experience Faculty Supports Research & Innovation COTE Course Supports Community Of Practice Competency Development Open SUNY Learning Commons 24/7 service hotline Institutional pathways & readiness Student concierge Enrollment Marketing mgmt Monitoring and continuous improvement Stakeholder engagement and commu- nications Funders and partners Complete SUNY IT enablers Legal and compliance policies Identification & verification Workforce development
  7. 7. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Campus and system-wide initiatives and supports Student Supports 24/7 service hotline Online academic tutoring Library and open educational resources Student computer program Academic initiatives Lab for new models in teaching and learning Affordable broadband for NYS Revenue and cost models Universal sign-on Online readiness assessment Policy architecture NY State SUNY Prior learning assessment High-needs disciplines General education Signature SUNY programs Skill remediation Offerings powered by Open SUNY Open SUNY infrastructure Educational resources Competency- based learning Credit- bearing third-party content Open SUNY Global ePortfolio Open- SUNY.edu navigator Credits and financial aid across campuses Student services hotline Experiential learning Exploration course Student online experience Institutional pathways & readiness Student concierge Enrollment Marketing mgmt Monitoring and continuous improvement Stakeholder engagement and commu- nications Funders and partners Complete SUNY Open SUNY Center for Online Teaching Excellence IT enablers Legal and compliance policies Identification & verification Workforce development (COTE) Research & Innovation Competency Development Course Supports Community Of Practice Open SUNY Learning Commons 24/7 service hotline COTE Faculty Supports
  8. 8. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Open SUNY Center for Online Teaching Excellence Course Supports
  9. 9. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR  Course   Development/   Refresh   Learning   Review   Continuous Improvement Course Review & Refresh Course Supports Course   Delivery   Support   Course Delivery Course   Development   Support  
  10. 10. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Meet OSCQR! Open SUNY Course Quality Review Rubric
  11. 11. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Evolution of OSCQR
  12. 12. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Evolution of OSCQR
  13. 13. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Evolution of OSCQR
  14. 14. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Evolution of OSCQR
  15. 15. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Evolution of OSCQR QM Bb iNACOL
  16. 16. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR The OSCQR Rubric Customizable Non-evaluative Focused on improvement Research-based 50 design and accessibility standards
  17. 17. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Community  of  Inquiry   (Garrison,  Anderson,  &  Archer,  2000)   Pedagogical Influences
  18. 18. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Community  of  Inquiry   (Garrison,  Anderson,  &  Archer,  2000)   Blooms  Taxonomy   (Bloom  et  al.,  1956)   Pedagogical Influences
  19. 19. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Community  of  Inquiry   (Garrison,  Anderson,  &  Archer,  2000)   Blooms  Taxonomy   (Bloom  et  al.,  1956)   How  People  Learn   (Bransford  et  al.,  1999)   Pedagogical Influences
  20. 20. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Community  of  Inquiry   (Garrison,  Anderson,  &  Archer,  2000)   Blooms  Taxonomy   (Bloom  et  al.,  1956)   How  People  Learn   (Bransford  et  al.,  1999)   The  Adult  Learner   (Malcom  Knowles,  1973)   Pedagogical Influences
  21. 21. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Community  of  Inquiry   (Garrison,  Anderson,  &  Archer,  2000)   Blooms  Taxonomy   (Bloom  et  al.,  1956)   How  People  Learn   (Bransford  et  al.,  1999)   The  Adult  Learner   (Malcom  Knowles,  1973)   7  Principles  for  Good  Prac%ce  in   Undergraduate  Educa%on   (Chickering  &  Gamson,  1987)   Pedagogical Influences
  22. 22. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR The OSCQR Rubric DEMO
  23. 23. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR  Course   Development/   Refresh   Learning   Review   Course   Development   Support   Continuous Improvement Course   Delivery   Support   Course Review & Refresh Course Refresh Course Delivery
  24. 24. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Factors of Quality Instructional Design Program of Study Course Management Instructor Feedback Institutional Readiness Student Readiness Faculty Readiness
  25. 25. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Instructional Design Instructional Design •  Alignment of course objectives. •  Learning activities/assessments. •  Social Presence, Teaching Presence, Cognitive Presence. •  The Learner’s Perspective: •  Navigation •  Pacing •  Content presentation •  Accessibility.
  26. 26. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Online Course Review Models The Rubric is flexible and designed to be used in a variety of online course quality assurance approaches. •  Professional Development •  Self-Assessment •  Peer Review •  Collaborative Team
  27. 27. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Rubrichttp://bit.ly/oscqrselfassess
  28. 28. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Rubric DEMO
  29. 29. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Dashboard
  30. 30. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Dashboard Hyperlinks to each rubric Rubric completion percentage Estimated time to address issues Notes to help track progress and issues
  31. 31. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Analytics DEMO
  32. 32. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Center  for  Online  Teaching  Excellence  (COTE)   Campus and Program Implementation of the OSCQR Rubric
  33. 33. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Process Campuses create and manage their own OSCQR rubrics. Rubrics can be customized for particular programs. Activity can be tracked and aggregated. Reviews are conducted on copies of courses (no student activity).
  34. 34. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Process review and refresh on a regular basis. Through the OSCQR Process a fresh set of eyes or a fresh idea can lead to a better experience for students and faculty alike. In the process, courses are reviewed using the OSCQR Rubric, and viewed from three different perspectives: •  The online faculty perspective (a review by the course author). •  The online instructional design perspective (a review by someone with an online instructional design or faculty development background). •  The external reviewer perspective (a review by someone unfamiliar with the course, preferably a librarian, technologist, or other faculty member). Incorporated in this are additional opportunities for specific insights from the librarian and/or technologist perspectives. These perspectives combine to provide rich feedback on the design of the online course and inform a plan to refresh specific design elements, such Process supports multiple models and is flexible.
  35. 35. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR OSCQR Process 1.  Identify who will be part of the review team 2.  Provide access to the course 3.  Provide access to the OSCQR Rubric 4.  Have the course developer complete the profile 5.  Review the course 6.  Monitor the review progress 7.  Discuss the suggestions proposed by the review team 8.  Create a ‘refresh plan’ 9.  Refresh the course 10.  Provide reports on progress 11.  Conduct a ‘Learning Review’ to inform future reviews The focus remains on continuous improvement and is an iterative process.
  36. 36. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR •  Mobile Learning •  Virtual & Alternative labs •  Short Format Courses •  Large Enrollment Courses •  Foreign Language •  Blended Learning •  MOOCs •  Open Education Resources •  Course Delivery •  Experiential Learning Other Ideas? Interest in Collaboration?! New Standards
  37. 37. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Join our community as a “Friend of SUNY” •  http://bit.ly/friendofsuny - apply! •  http://bit.ly/cotecommunity - join! –  http://cotecommunity.open.suny.edu/group/oscqr - usergroup Connect!
  38. 38. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR •  https://credly.com/ - Create account •  DM me for the Claim Codes: •  Share them! Claim your badges! Friend of SUNY Community Participant
  39. 39. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Learn more about OSCQR: –  http://bit.ly/OSCQRlinks Get the Rubric: –  http://bit.ly/oscqrselfassess Get the Rubric!
  40. 40. Center for Online Teaching Excellence (COTE) #OpenEd16 #OSCQR Learn more about Open SUNY & COTE http://bit.ly/allthingscote –  http://commons.suny.edu/opensuny/faq/ –  http://commons.suny.edu/cote/ –  https://commons.suny.edu/cotehub/ –  http://open.suny.edu/gazette - subscribe Contact: –  Alexandra.Pickett@suny.edu - @alexpickett Thank YOU! Any Questions?

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