OERu/OERu 16.10 Meeting/CEOs agenda

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  1. Welcome and introductions
  2. Aims of the meeting
  3. Review of the Terms of Reference and office bearers.
  4. Decision proposals
    1. Launch the OERu MVP 1st year of study - 15 March 2017 including:
      • Due diligence steps
      • Course outline templates for academic course review and bilateral credit transfer and articulation agreements for nominated MVP exit awards
    2. Establish and implement the OERu Ambassadors initiative based on guidelines proposed during the partners' meeting
    3. Progress the implementation of the staff development proposals
    4. Renew the call for partner representation on the OERu technology working group.
    5. Reconfigure the proposal for OERu Academic Board into a Programme Advisory Group based on notes from the partners' meeting.
    6. Progress the implementation of Academic Volunteers International and related student support recommendations.
    7. Initiate consultation on the OERu Strategic Plan 2018 - 2020 (drawing on the strategic goal recommendations from the meeting) to be tabled at the 6th International Meeting of OERu partners.
    8. Technology roadmap:
      • Implement SSO as a priority
      • Progress Open Badge Backpack ("blockchain-ready") as a shared service for OERu partners
      • Consider authoring and course site publishing alternatives drawing on the MVP experience
      • Create an open, safe place for partner representatives to express technology needs and to get feedback on open source tool options.
  5. Issues tabled for CEOs meeting
    1. Partner recruitment
      • Improve geographical representation - how can existing partners assist?
      • Validate and communicate costs, benefits and advantages
    2. Learner recruitment
    3. Articulate what OERu success looks like for partners represented at the CEO's meeting
    4. Clarify the longer term goal (Full degree? Other?)
    5. Accelerate limited scope pilots by a small group of partners (e.g. an open boundary course pilot (LiDa), Other?)
    6. Delineate partner costs / budget implications, and consider crowd funding for shared projects?
    7. Prioritise research and evaluation
    8. Consider the balance between work on OERu architecture and work on OERu courses
    9. Develop a risk register for review.