OER Success Framework

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Start your exploration of the OER Success Framework (OSF) with the Overview of OER Success Framework Documents which guides you to all the other documents in this collection. The OSF is a process of assessing institutional readiness that allows you to explore the benefits your institution can experience from implementing open educational resources (OER). A successful OER implementation requires a strategy that includes addressing the following criteria: financial and human resource commitment from campus leadership; infrastructure and support; accessibility; sustainability; copyright and licensing. The provided rubric, process, and assessment tools will help you identify the resources you already have and what you may need to move forward with OER.

The OSF is the product of an OER task group charged by the State University of New York (SUNY) Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology (FACT2). The OER task group chairperson is Tony DeFranco, Coordinator of Learning Technology Services at Tompkins Cortland Community College.

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    Presentation - Template for Campus-specific Slide Show
    (Open SUNY Textbooks and SUNY OER Services, 2016) DeFranco, Tony; McBride, Mark; Scalzo, Kim; Brown, Allison; Pickett, Alexandra
    Template for a campus-specific slide show.
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    Implementation Plan Template
    (Open SUNY Textbooks and SUNY OER Services, 2016) DeFranco, Tony; McBride, Mark; Scalzo, Kim; Brown, Allison; Pickett, Alexandra
    Shared during session 3 as a suggested outline for the campus implementation plan and used by the campus to create their implementation plan after session 3.
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    Example List of Resources
    (Open SUNY Textbooks and SUNY OER Services, 2016) DeFranco, Tony; McBride, Mark; Scalzo, Kim; Brown, Allison; Pickett, Alexandra
    Shared during session 2 for the campus to consider for actions to close their gaps relating to professional development and university-wide and shared service opportunities.
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    Summary of Actions for Closing the Gaps
    (Open SUNY Textbooks and SUNY OER Services, 2016) DeFranco, Tony; McBride, Mark; Scalzo, Kim; Brown, Allison; Pickett, Alexandra
    Summary report representing the compilation of suggested actions for closing the gaps used during session 3 to facilitate the discussion about which actions make the most sense for the campus and to prioritize short term and long term actions.
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    Tool for Collecting Inputs on Actions for Closing the Gaps
    (Open SUNY Textbooks and SUNY OER Services, 2016) DeFranco, Tony; McBride, Mark; Scalzo, Kim; Brown, Allison; Pickett, Alexandra
    Spreadsheet used for each individual to submit suggestions for actions the campus can take to meet the criteria in indicators where they have a consensus score of 0, 1, or 2 between sessions 2 and 3.