|Clint Lalonde||Project Manager|
July 2018 - June 2020
Timeline sent to Ministry (December 2019)
|Agnes d'Entremont||UBC||Senior Instructor, Mechanical Engineering|
|Michelle Harrison||TRU||Instructional Designer||Mharrison@tru.ca|
|Kyle Maddox||Douglas||Student (Computer Science)|
|Levente Orban||KPU||Psychology Instructor|
|Will Engle||UBC||Strategist, Open Education Initiatives|
|Brendan Hunter||Langara||Course Materials Supervisor, Bookstore|
|BCNET||Business Analyst, BCNET|
|Josie Gray||BCcampus||Coordinator, Open Textbook Collection & Accessibilityemail@example.com|
Development of, or technical contributions to, a FIPPA compliant Open Homework System or Systems, exact features and functionality to be determined by Advisory Group in early stages of the project.
Development of, or contributions to, training materials to support the OHS.
Development of, or contributions to, technical deployment guides for the OHS.
Development of, or contributions of, content (ie questions) for the OHS.
Out of scope:
Formal summative assessment functionality. Examples include; development of summative testing materials that require extensive protection and/or release processes to ensure integrity of a formal assessment. While OHS should provide formative feedback for self-assessment and/or additional instructor guidance, developing a formal summative assessment tool and/or summative content is out of scope.
Replace high use, high cost commercial homework systems used within the BC post-secondary system with open source alternatives.
Develop discipline champions and communities who can further steward the open source options once the project ends
Inform and educate system about financial costs of homework systems on students.
An open homework software system or systems that can be used to replace commercial publishers systems.
Target audience for initiative includes those who make decisions around what homework systems are used, including;
Additionally, if we are dealing with open technologies, an important secondary audience includes those responsible for the deployment of IT at their institutions, including;
|Risks and Planning||Requirements||Budget|
Key risks include;
Overall budget is $700,000.00 over 2 years including all administrative fees and staffing costs.
See budget details below.
High Level Project Budget
|Salaries and Benefits||$230,000|
|Travel and Meals||$57,900|
|Meetings and Events||$62,000|
|Printing & Promotions||$7,500|
|Technology - Infrastructure||$20,000|
|Office & Supplies||$900|
|Project Staffing Recovery||$200,000|
|Project Admin Fees||$70,000|
|2||4||Jan 2021-March 2021|
|3||1||April 2021-June 2021|
Deliverables Completed & In Progress
|Product||Owner||Lead Institution||Funding Amount||Final Project Links|
|Carnap: Philosophy Open Homework System||David Gilbert||UBC||$13,000.00|
TRU: Comparison of Math Open Home Work System
Alan Levine and TRU
Commercial Homework System Use in BC
|External Contractor||$5000 (was originally $10k)|
|Accessibility Review of Math OHS||Josie Gray and Clint Lalonde||BCcampus||n/a (in ternal)|
|BioMech WeBWorK questions||Robynne Newell||UBC||$3000||In progress|
Round 1 H5P
|Vital Signs H5P adaptation||Kymberley Bontinen||Douglas College||$10000||In BCcampus Open Textbook Collection|
|Psychology H5P adaptation||Simon Lolliot||UBC||$10000||In final editing|
|Introduction to Writing H5P adaptation||Brenna Clarke-Gray||TRU||$10000||Due Feb 28|
|Introduction to Biology H5P adaptation||Michelle Nakano & Charles Molnar||KPU & Camosun||$10000||In final editing|
|Intro to Tourism H5P adaptation||Rebecca Wilson-Mah||RRU||$10000||Due Feb 28|
|Round 2 H5P|