OERu/Planning/Credit transfer and course articulation advisory service working group
- To develop an implementation guidelines document to inform credit transfer and course articulation decisions for the OERu network drawing on the remix scenarios published in the Report on the Assessment and Accreditation of Learners using OER.
- To implement an OERu Transnational Qualifications Framework modelled on the Transnational Qualifications Framework developed by the Commonwealth of Learning for mapping OERu courses according to level and type of qualification.
- To establish foundations in the design of the OERu credit transfer and course articulation guidelines with future scalability in mind to enable the network to implement systems like the British Columbia Council on Admissions and Transfer (BCCAT).
- To specify the minimum requirements related to credit transfer and course articulation for inclusion into the quality standards for an "OERu designated" course (for example, acceptable OERu standards for validating student identity and assessment design and practice).
- Develop a glossary of terms to support clear OERu communication across national boundaries.
- Consultative development of OERu guidelines for credit transfer and course articulation.
- Christine Wihak (Convener) - Thompson Rivers University
- Ron McGivern (Co-convener) - Thompson Rivers University
- Wayne Mackintosh - OER Foundation
- Jo Smedley - University of South Wales
- Carina Bossu - University of Tasmania
- Marc Singer - Thomas Edison State College
- Mika Hoffman - Excelsior College
- Bev Moghrabi, Portage College
- Initial consultation with OERu partners
- Report on the Assessment and Accreditation of Learners using OER
- OERu TQF and articulation meeting report
- First draft for definition of concepts
- Draft report of the MITx subcommittee of the Faculty Committee regarding transfer credit for edX courses.
- Open Learning Recognition: Taking Open Educational Resources a Step Further - report of the OERTest project
- The Changing Role of NARICs (CHARONA) - Final report, with funding support from the European Community.