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HEA/JISC Project Plan

                                                   Project Information
Project Identifier                OMS1
Project Title                     Teesside Open Learning Units
Project Hashtag
Start Date                        17-10-11                        End Date       19-10-12
Lead Institution                  Teesside University
Project Director                  Jill Armstrong
Project Manager                   Gill Janes
Contact email                     Jill.Armstrong@tees.ac.uk
Partner Institutions              N/A
Project Webpage URL               https://eat.scm.tees.ac.uk/blog/jisc-open-educational-resources-oer-project/
Programme Name                    UKOER Phase 3
Programme Manager                 Sarah Cutforth


                                                 Document Information
Author(s)                         Jill Armstrong
Project Role(s)                   Director
Date                              16.11.11                   Filename           Teesside Open Learning Units-1
URL                               https://eat.scm.tees.ac.uk/blog/jisc-open-educational-resources-oer-project/
Access                            This report is for general dissemination


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Table of Contents

1.      Project Overview ............................................................................................................................................ 3
     1.1         Project Summary ................................................................................................................................... 3
     1.2         Objectives .............................................................................................................................................. 3
     1.3         Anticipated Outputs and Outcomes...................................................................................................... 4
     1.4         Overall Approach .................................................................................................................................. 5
     1.5         Anticipated Impact ................................................................................................................................ 6
     1.6         Stakeholder Analysis ............................................................................................................................. 6
     1.7         Related Projects .................................................................................................................................... 7
     1.8         Constraints ............................................................................................................................................ 7
     1.9         Assumptions .......................................................................................................................................... 7
     1.10        Risk Analysis .......................................................................................................................................... 8
     1.11        Technical Development ......................................................................................................................... 8
     1.12        Standards .............................................................................................................................................. 8
     1.13        Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................... 8
2       Project Resources ........................................................................................................................................... 9
     2.1         Project Management ............................................................................................................................ 9
     2.2         Project Roles ......................................................................................................................................... 9
     2.3         Programme Support .............................................................................................................................. 9
3       Detailed Project Planning ............................................................................................................................. 10
     3.1         Evaluation Plan .................................................................................................................................... 10
     3.2         Quality Assurance ............................................................................................................................... 10
     3.2         Dissemination Plan .............................................................................................................................. 11
     3.4         Exit and Embedding Plans ................................................................................................................... 11
     3.5         Sustainability Plans.............................................................................................................................. 11
Appendices ........................................................................................................................................................... 11
     Appendix A. Project Budget .............................................................................................................................. 12
     Appendix B. Workpackages .............................................................................................................................. 13




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1. Project Overview
Teesside University has been producing high quality publications for its learning and teaching
enhancement work for a number of years. It has ten Rough Guides currently published, and three
that are due to be completed during 2011-12. These are substantive texts that introduce key issues,
key ideas and sign posting to further readings. Teesside also produces Quick Guides which are only
two sides of A4 but highlight key ideas and ‘top tips’ for consideration. None of these publications
are currently available to a wider audience. The project will work in conjunction with the Our
Friends in the North Group (a collaborative network of PG Cert Leaders and other senior staff who
are engaged in developing learning and teaching) to produce at least three ten credit open learning
units mapped to UKPSF descriptors using the Rough and Quick Guides as initial resources. It will
update the current Rough and Quick Guides and make them available as open educational
resources.


1.1       Project Summary
The project will update and make available at least ten Rough and Quick Guides as OERs in
institutional and external repositories.
At least three open learning units using the Rough and Quick Guides as initial resources will be
developed. The open learning units will be standalone units and will be accredited within Teesside
University’s HEA accredited CPD framework. Other universities involved in the Our Friends in the
North Group will be enabled to join the development work and/or take the mapped open learning
units and use them locally for accredited or non-accredited CPD. This is part of the dissemination
strategy of the project. We will seek to work with the Our Friends in the North Group to secure
interest in engaging in this development, including sharing the learning from mapping units to the
new UKPSF descriptors.
Teesside University is developing its own CPD opportunities beyond its current PG Cert. and MA in
Education. This project is part of that development and these proposed open learning units will be
mapped into the Teesside accreditation framework as well as our HEA accredited framework. Each
unit will be at least 10 credits. As the Units are built into ongoing CPD developments they will be
sustained and further developed beyond the project period.
During 2011-12 Teesside University will pilot at least one of the open learning units to understand
better how to enhance this approach. We will share our learning about this whole approach directly
with the Our Friends in the North Group and at the Annual Three Rivers Conference on Learning and
Teaching (March 29, 2012) which this coming year is being hosted at Teesside University, and
nationally at the SEDA or OER Conference.


1.2       Objectives
The proposed project will:
     Make 20 high quality publications available as open educational resources with a staggered
       release as productions are updated and all by the completion of the project.
     Develop a minimum of three open learning units that use these resources and are mapped
       to the new UKPSF descriptors.
     Provide enhanced CPD opportunities for staff working towards Associate/PG Certs and HEA
       fellowships through the mapping activities associated with the resources and units.
     Work throughout the year with interested members of the Our Friends in the North Group
       to collaborate on the developing units and mapping exercises.
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         Produce a report to help others map resources to the new UKPSF descriptors by the end of
          the project.
         Use open on-line discussion/resources space for development and dissemination of the
          project work to the wider community of PG Cert L&T teachers.
         Explore the potential for shared use of the open learning units on a regional basis for
          enhanced CPD opportunities for all Friends in the North institutions.
         Work with other OMAC projects to enhance formative evaluation work.

1.3       Anticipated Outputs and Outcomes

      Output / Outcome Type                                        Brief Description
(e.g. report, publication, software,
         knowledge built)
 Minimum of ten Rough Guides                 The Rough Guides are already produced in pdf format but
 made available as OERs.                     need some checking and slight amendments for external
                                             audiences. The Rough Guides will be made available under
                                             creative commons licence for use by the wider academic
                                             community and will be released once they are finally checked.
                                             Those Guides that are due for completion this academic year
                                             will come on stream towards the end of the project.
 Minimum of ten Quick Guides                 The Quick Guides are two sides of A4 and need some checking
 made available as OERs.                     and slight amendments for external audiences. The Quick
                                             Guides will be made available under creative commons licence
                                             for use by the wider academic community. Those Quick
                                             Guides that are due for completion this academic year will
                                             come on stream towards the end of the project.
 Minimum of three open learning              The Rough and Quick Guides provide potential resources for
 units created and made available            development around themed open learning units. The
 as OERs.                                    decision on which open learning units will be produced is part
                                             of the development work to be undertaken with the Friends in
                                             the North PG Cert Leaders’ Group. The units will all be
                                             mapped to the new UKPSF descriptors as appropriate and will
                                             provide a model for the production of further units.
 Piloting of at least one open               A pilot of at least one unit will take place to evaluate its
 learning unit to develop quality            appropriateness for the audience and outcomes.
 enhancements.
 Conference paper/workshop to                The five Universities that constitute the Three Rivers are
 Three Rivers Learning and                   potentially a user group for CPD open learning units, possibly
 Teaching Conference.                        creating an ‘open teaching’ set of opportunities for the sub
                                             region. The workshop offered will showcase and help further
                                             develop the work of this open learning approach. We will also
                                             promote our resources for their use.
 Report on the learning from the             A report will be produced to share the learning that emerges
 project on the mapping of OERs              from the development of the units, the exercise of mapping to
 onto UKPSF descriptors and the              UKPSF descriptors and the evaluation of the pilot use of the
 development of open learning                open learning unit.
 units.
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 Blog site developed with/for                A blog will be developed to keep the institutional and wider
 wider community engagement                  community up to date with developments and opportunities to
                                             engage in the project.
 Project website pages created.              A web site project page will be developed to ensure the wider
                                             communities can find the project Blog and follow the
                                             development of the project.
 Dissemination to HEA and other              As various aspects of the project are developed and delivered
 normative routes.                           opportunities for sharing the learning from the work will be
                                             offered to the sector in traditional manner through conference
                                             workshops, papers and seminars.
 Evaluation blog site                        A separate blog for sharing with the other Phase lll OMAC
                                             projects will be used to share developments and think
                                             creatively between the projects to enhance evaluation
                                             strategies and activities.
 Final report                                This will be produced to the specification of the JISC approach.
 Greater understanding at                    The project will attempt to work with the wider community at
 Teesside about the generation of            Teesside to build capacity and understanding about OERs and
 OERs and open learning units                how they can be used effectively in an HE context.
 Stronger network of activities for          Working closely with this community through project work will
 use of OERs amongst the Friends             aid the development of new relationships for sustaining
 in the North PG Cert Leaders’               collaborative working into the future.
 Group.


1.4       Overall Approach
Strategy and/or methodology and how the work will be structured
There will be three areas of focus within this project:
    1. Work being undertaken on updating and making easily accessible by the wider sector the
        guides developed by Teesside University. An editorial board is responsible for the guides
        and they will lead this development on behalf of the project.
    2. Work on the development of the initial three open learning units which will use the
        resources and map outcomes to the new UKPSF descriptors. This work will be led by the
        project team but in conjunction with interested parties within the Friends in the North
        Leaders’ Group. This will be the main dissemination for engagement approach. The open
        learning units will also be made available as OERs.
    3. Working with the other projects within this OMAC strand to help develop effective
        evaluative approaches and share learning. This will also be part of the dissemination work of
        the project. This will be pursued through a blog and when opportunities to meet allow.
        http://omacevaluation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/

Important issues to be addressed
   1. Making open resources easily discovered by others. Careful consideration as to where and
       how the resources are exposed will be made and advice sought on the best ways to ensure
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      2. Development within a community of users for greatest uptake. Experience shows that
         resources tend to be used when they are in part developed within that community and so it
         is essential to seek that engagement from the outset.

Scope and boundaries of the work, including any issues that will not be covered.
The project is in part developmental and has ambitions to use the resources and open learning units
as models for a much wider CPD framework of shared activities. It will, however, keep focussed on
the promised deliverables whilst exploring the creative space of reciprocal evaluation.

Critical success factors.
Critical success factors include:
     1. The effective conceptualisation of a mapped open learning unit that both captures the
          imagination of users and is simple and easy to engage with. Then creating this as an OER
          that is both discoverable and transferable to other contexts.
     2. No real issues re IPR and copyright emerge that make it impossible to make available the
          whole range of guides.

1.5       Anticipated Impact

           Impact Area                                            Anticipated Impact Description
Maintain teaching & learning                    The project will raise awareness of the guides both within the
excellence                                      University and within the wider community of Our Friends in
                                                the North Group. These OERs are all aimed at enhancing L&T
                                                but additional impact will come through both their wider
                                                availability/visibility and because we will attach their use to
                                                open learning units developed as part of the project.

Be more effective/save money                    If the ambitions of the project are fulfilled the wider
                                                community of users will benefit from others’ developments
                                                and possibly lead to greater sharing of resources and CPD
                                                events in a more cost efficient way for all our academic and
                                                support staff.

1.6       Stakeholder Analysis

           Stakeholder                                 Interest / stake                 Importance (H/M/L)
Academic and learning support                The potential audience                 As users of the units their
staff at Teesside University                 undertaking the PG Cert and other      engagement is essential
                                             aspects of the CPD programme for       and will be fostered by the
                                             learning and teaching.                 staff development unit
                                                                                    High
Project team                                 Effective completion of the project.   Essential to completion of
                                                                                    project
                                                                                    High
Learning and Teaching                        Use of effective material and          Opportunity to select and
                                             courses to lead on quality             lead the focus on issues of
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Coordinators.                                enhancement                     importance to School L&T
                                                                             quality enhancements.
                                                                             Medium
Teachers of PG Cert and CPD                  Use of effective material and   Essential as will teach the
for L&T                                      courses to lead on quality      units. Involved in
                                             enhancement and understanding   consultation on their
                                             of the new UKPSF                content.
                                                                             Medium
Friends in the North PG Cert                 To use the outputs and have     Provide useful input on
Leaders’ Group                               opportunity to engage in the    contents and trial the work
                                             development work.               at other sites
                                                                             Medium
Wider educational                            Use of high quality resources   Ultimate beneficiaries,
development community                        attached to customisable open   beyond the project
                                             learning units.                 Low
HEA, TechDis and the JISC                    Funders                         Project will add to the
                                                                             development of
                                                                             opportunities for these
                                                                             communities.
                                                                             Medium

1.7       Related Projects
None

1.8       Constraints
Possible constraints may include:
    1. Time of team members. Most team members are absorbing the additional work of this
        project within the constraints of their current workloads (other than the Learning
        Technologists, some of whom have part of their work covered by project costs). This needs
        careful management to ensure crucial developments are kept on target to ensure delivery of
        all outputs.
    2. Ability to communicate quickly and regularly with a distributed community. It is uncertain
        yet how well and effectively we will be able to communicate with our distributed
        community.


1.9       Assumptions
The project is working with the following assumptions:
    1. The Our Friends in the North Group will maintain an interest and engage with the project.
    2. Open learning units will be of interest to those seeking CPD opportunities both within
        Teesside University and beyond.
    3. The HEA UKPSF framework will be appropriate for use.
    4. The University community will engage with CPD as open learning units.



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1.10 Risk Analysis
      Risk Description            Probability   Severity (S)        Risk    Detail of action to be taken
                                       (P)         1–5             Score     (mitigation / reduction /
                                      1–5        (1 = low          (PxS)      transfer / acceptance)
                                    (1 = low     5 = high)
                                    5 = high)
Copyright of existing             1             3              3           Replace any copyright images
material precludes their                                                   with CC images or gain
release as is                                                              permission. We also have
                                                                           alternative rough guides if any
                                                                           of the existing ones cannot be
                                                                           released.
Failure to attract                1             4              4           Work with existing staff
students to pilot unit                                                     studying for their PG Cert.
Community engagement              3             1              3           Early active engagement will
causes delays in                                                           lead to consensus. If this fails
determining foci for open                                                  we will pick three that
learning units                                                             consultation show to be
                                                                           useful.
IPR issues emerge with     2                    3              6           Early exploration of IPR issues
regard to Guides and/or                                                    with legal and specialist advice
planned open learning
units
Strike action on 30        5                    1              5           Seek other means of
November preventing                                                        establishing necessary
early knowledge for                                                        intelligence.
issues in the project
concerning UKPSF and
accreditation factors
Failure due to pressure of 2                    3              6           Careful management of key
workloads to get pilot set                                                 targets to be kept on time.
up in time for a realistic
evaluation for impacting
on our final products.

1.11 Technical Development
N/A

1.12 Standards
N/A

1.13 Intellectual Property Rights
IPR issues will be explored early on to ensure we can mitigate any problems that might arise either
with our Guides or open learning units as OERs.



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Members of the University have expertise in clearing copyright and identifying third party copyright
content. Content will be produced to ensure it can be licensed under Creative Commons
Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

2 Project Resources
2.1       Project Management
      The project will be managed by a Steering Group that includes:

      The Project Director                                  Jill Armstrong
      One external L&T specialist who is part of the        Mandy Asghar from York St John
      Friends in the North PG Cert Leaders’ Group
      Learning Technologist                                 Paul Durston
      University E-Learning Coordinator                     Barbara Wilford
      LIS representative                                    Denise Turner
      Leader of PG Cert L&T                                 Jonathon Tummins
      Leader of University HEA CPD programme                Gill Janes
      Chair of the Rough and Quick Guides Editorial Board   Dianne Nutt


      The Steering Group will meet on a regular basis to oversee the strategic direction and advise on
      project development. They will receive regular updates from the operations team and ensure
      the project is kept to schedule. They will be responsible for leading on the internal
      dissemination and promotion of this work and the strategy for external promotion. Steering
      Group members will engage with the HEA and the JISC in a number of ways, including the
      management of the project, and to contribute to the wider efforts of the programme.
      The project will be managed on a day to day basis by Gill Janes who will lead those involved in
      operational work. She will liaise with the HEA and will follow standard JISC management
      guidelines. This includes allocating 10 days to programme level activities.

2.2       Project Roles

     Team Member                      Role                  Contact Details        Days (overall) to be
        Name                                                                       spent on the project
Jill Armstrong               Director                  Jill.Armstrong@tees.ac.uk 23
Gill Janes                   Manager                   G.Janes@tees.ac.uk        40
Di Nutt                      Chief Editor of Guides    Diane.Nutt@tees.ac.uk     15
Paul Durston                 Learning Technologist     Paul.Pinkney@tees.ac.uk 15
Paul Pinkney                 Learning Technologist     Paul.Durston@tees.ac.uk 12
Russell Smeaton              Learning Technologist     R.Smeaton@tees.ac.uk      12
Graduate trainee             tbc                                                 52

Above are the main project team but there are many others involved with various parts of this
project work, and as a developmental project, others may be called upon who are not yet identified.
This project forms a major driver for change within our University CPD framework developments.
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2.3       Programme Support
A critical friend has been nominated for the project and the Programme Manager, who we see as
support and a broker to other necessary expertise within HEA and the JISC when required. The team
has substantial project expertise within its membership.

3 Detailed Project Planning
3.1       Evaluation Plan
          An evaluation plan will be developed and implemented at the beginning of the project. This
          will be formative in approach to support the development of the project work and this will
          involve engaging with the different sets of stakeholders. We will seek reciprocal
          engagement with the other OMAC projects to enhance evaluative activities (see
          http://omacevaluation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/). The audience for this evaluative work will
          largely be the project team, the other projects and the JISC synthesizers. Evidence will also
          be collected to generate an analysis for the wider institutional and external community on
          mapping the new UKPSF descriptors and designing and running open learning units. This will
          be shared in the final report, but also throughout with appropriate stakeholders. It will also
          help to shape our continuing work beyond the end of the project.

3.2       Quality Assurance

Output / Outcome          Quick and Rough Guides
       Name
 When will QA be          Who will carry out the QA     What QA methods / measures will be used?
    carried out?                    work?
Throughout the            Guides’ Editorial Board     Peer review
drafting stages of
each guide and
before the final
version is agreed
by the Editorial
Board
Output / Outcome          Open Learning Units
       Name
 When will QA be          Who will carry out the QA     What QA methods / measures will be used?
    carried out?                     work?
On completion of          Programme team/Subject      Peer review
each unit                 Board for PG Cert
                          accreditation and
                          University Teaching
                          Fellowships’ Conferment
                          Committee




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3.2       Dissemination Plan
Dissemination will occur at different levels. Dissemination for engagement will be pursued internally
though working with the Schools’ Learning and Teaching Coordinators and PG Cert teaching staff and
steering group. The project Steering Group will be responsible for identifying opportunities for
dissemination internally. Dissemination for engagement will be sought with the Our Friends in the
North Group, dissemination for understanding will also be pursued with this group. Dissemination
for awareness will be undertaken with and through the HEA, the JISC and other community agencies
e.g. SEDA. Conference papers and workshops will be offered to relevant communities.

3.4       Exit and Embedding Plans
All work carried out for the project will continue to be embedded in the CPD development work of the
University. We will continue to make the new publications in the Guides series available as OERs. The model
for the open learning unit will be used to develop new units for CPD programmes leading to Associate, Fellow,
Senior and Principal Fellowship routes


 Project Outputs/Outcomes               Action for Take-up & Embedding               Action for Exit
Rough and Quick Guides             Continued promotion of use through
                                   wider PG Cert community and continued
                                   use within open learning units.
Open Learning Units                The open learning units will become
                                   part of the ongoing programme of CPD
                                   at Teesside University and we hope in
                                   other universities with the Our Friends
                                   in the North community.



3.5 Sustainability Plans
See above




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Appendix A. Project Budget
 Appendix A. Project Budget
 Directly Incurred Staff                     Year 1          Year 2          Total
 HEA Funded                                  £     7,162.00  £     5,163.00  £ 12,325.00
 Institute Funded                            £           -   £           -   £         -
 Total Directly Incurred Staff                        £7,162          £5,163       £12,325


 Non-Staff                                   Year 1              Year 2             Total
 Travel & Expenses                                      £2,000              £700               £2,700
 Hardware/Software                                      £3,200                 £               £3,200
 Dissemination                                           £400               £475                 £875
 Evaluation                                              £500               £400                 £900
 Total Directly Incurred Non-
 Staff                                       £     6,100.00      £     1,575.00     £       7,675.00

 Directly Incurred Total                     £     13,262.00     £     6,738.00     £       20,000.00

 Directly Allocated                          Year 1              Year 2             Total
 Staff                                       £ 10,995.00         £ 11,296.00        £ 22,291.00
 Estates                                     £      400.00       £      475.00      £     875.00
 Other                                       £      500.00       £      400.00      £     900.00
 Directly Allocated Total                    £ 11,895.00         £ 12,171.00        £ 24,066.00

 Indirect Costs                              Year 1              Year 2             Total
 Indirect Costs                              £     9,445.00      £     9,446.00     £ 18,891.00

 Total Project Cost                          £     34,602.00     £   28,355.00      £       62,957.00
 Amount Requested From                                 £10,000            £10,000             £20,000
 JISC/HEA
 Institutional Contributions                           £24,602            £18,355             £42,957


 Percentage Contributions over               Academy             Partners           Total
 the life of the project.                                 32%                68%                100%

                                             No.FTEs             Which Staff
                                                                 J. Armstrong (0.05)
 No. FTEs used to calculate                                      G. Jane (0.1)
                                             0.7
 indirect and estates charges                                    D. Nutt (0.1)
 and staff included.                                             D. Grosvenor (0.05)



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Appendix B. Workpackages


 Work    Development and release of Rough and Quick Guides
 Package
 One
 Objective            To update, develop and release under creative commons license a minimum of ten
                      Rough Guides and ten Quick Guides during the lifetime of the project.
 Schedule             Tasks                                 Milestones              Outputs           Res
 Begin by -
 end by
 Start Nov            Editorial Board for Rough and         First Guides            Rough and         DN
 and                  Quick Guides to meet to agree the     released by middle      Quick Guides
 complete by          initial publications to be released   December 2011
 mid                  as OERs and a timetable for
 December             updating and release of others.
 2011                 Project web pages developed to                                Project web       PD
                      announce details of OERs.                                     pages
                      OER processes explored using OER                                                GJ
                      Infokit.
                      Our Friends in the North Group        Our Friends in the      Project Blog      JA
                      alerted to information about OERs     North Group
                                                            invited to join blog.
 December             Decision reached for which open       Identification of                         JA
 2011                 learning units to develop and their   focus for open
                      associated potential resources.       learning units
 By end               Finalising work on two more                                                     DN
 January              Rough Guides that will be made
 2012                 available as OERs during 2012.
                      Up-loading all adapted Guides on
                      external sites.
 By end June          Finalising final Quick Guide          Uploading two final     Complete 10       DN
 2012                 production.                           Quick Guides to         Quick Guides
                                                            the open access         created as OERs
                                                            repositories.
 By end               Finalising final Rough Guide          Uploading finalised     Complete 10       DN
 September            production.                           2012 Rough Guides       Rough Guides
 2012                                                       to the open access      created as OERs
                                                            repositories.




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Rough Guides
Being completed during 2011-12:
         Rough Guide to Module Design
         Rough Guide to Induction
         Rough Guide to Managing Religious, Cultural and Ethnic Diversity in the Classroom
         Rough Guide to on-line Learning


Published between 2004 and 2011:
         Rough Guide to Employability
         Rough Guide to Assessment
         Rough Guide to Designing, Delivering and Assessing Practicals
         Rough Guide to Formative Work and Feedback
         Rough Guide to Inclusive Assessment
         Rough Guide to Learning Outcomes
         Rough Guide to Progress Files
         Rough Guide to Retention and the Curriculum
         Rough Guide to Supporting Students through Mentoring
         Rough Guide to Work-based Learning


Quick Guides (2 pages of A4 each)
Being completed during 2011-12:
         Quick Guide to Action Learning
         Quick Guide to Programme Leadership
         Quick Guide to Assessing Group Work
         Quick Guide to Student Engagement
         Quick Guide to Inclusivity
         Quick Guide to Programme Approval and Review
         Quick Guide Becoming an HEA Fellow


Published between 2009 and 2011:
         Quick Guide to Programme Leadership
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Document title: JISC Project Plan Template
Last updated: Feb 2011 – v2.0
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 Work                 Development and piloting CPD Open Learning Units
 Package
 Two
 Objective            To develop and release three open learning units of 10 credits each that are
                      mapped to the UKPSF descriptors as appropriate, and trial at least one of the
                      units.
 Schedule             Tasks                           Milestones                 Outputs           Res
 Begin by -
 end by
 End                  OER processes explored using         Clear understanding of                    GJ
 November             OER Infokit.                         creating and releasing
 2011                                                      OERs
                      Sharing project with Our                                                       JA
                      Friends in the North Group
                      through a closed site list.

                      Project team engagement for          Release of new UKPSF                      All
                      understanding new UKPSF              descriptors
                      descriptors and the Teesside
                      accredited framework

 Beg. to end          Agreement on initial three                                                     JA
 December             areas for development of open
 2011                 learning units

                      Initial consideration of level for                                             GJ
                      the new UKPSF descriptors
                      mapping into the open learning
                      units.

                      Consultation with internal           Agreement with buy-in                     GJ
                      stakeholders to foster               from at least one other
                      engagement with the                  Our Friends in the
                      development of open learning         North Group member
                      units.                               of areas for open
                                                           learning units
 End          Initial open learning unit                   Open learning unit        Open learning   GJ
 February2012 developed for piloting and                   created                   unit produced
              shared with wider audience                                             (OLU)
              from Our Friends in the North
              Group

                      Set up pilot for first open          First pilot launched      Pilot of OLU    GJ
                      learning unit

 March beg.           Development of two further           Open learning units                       GJ
 to end May           open learning units following        created and uploaded
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 2011                 stakeholder consultation.        for sharing with wider
                                                       stakeholders
                      Produce interim report/paper     Presentation/workshop    Paper on         JA/GJ
                      on developing open learning      at Three Rivers          open learning
                      units with OERs and mapping      Conference on learning   development
                      to UKPSF descriptors.            from project.            and mapping
                                                                                of UKPSF.
                      Consultation on open learning                                              JA
                      units with wider stakeholders.

 June 2012            Initial pilot of open learning                                             GJ
                      evaluation.

 By end July          Final production of all three                             Two further      GJ
                      open learning units                                       open learning
                                                                                units
 By end               Release of all open learning                              Three open       GH
 September            units as OERs.                                            learning units
                                                                                available as
                                                                                OERs




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 Work    Project Management
 Package
 Three
 Objective            To deliver a successful project on time and with all deliverables and outcomes.

 Schedule             Tasks                                        Milestones       Outputs        Res
 Begin by -
 end by
 Mid October          Set up project operational team and          Meetings held                   JA
 to end of            steering group to consider project plan      and schedule
 November             and actions.                                 agreed.
 2011
                      Project plan fully detailed and work         Project plan     Project plan   JA
                      packages completed.                          agreed by        and three
                                                                   steering group   work
                                                                   and              packages
                                                                   Programme
                                                                   Manager.
                      OER processes explored using OER Infokit.                                    GJ

                      Liaison with Our Friends in the North        Project shared
                      Group through their closed list to share     with Friends
                      project and potential interest in            Group.
                      development work.

                      Set up website page                                           Website        PD
                                                                                    page
                      Set up project blog                                           Project blog   PD
                      Set up collaborative evaluation blog                          Evaluation     JA
                                                                                    blog
                      http://omacevaluation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/

                      Engage with project Critical Friend                                          JA

 Beg Dec to           Evaluation processes fully established to    Agreed                          JA
 end Dec              enable the project learning to be            evaluation
 2011                 identified in a formative manner.            method and
                      Collaboration with other OMAC projects       plan.
                      for formative developments.

                      Consultation with the Our Friends in the                                     JA/GJ
                      North Group to establish co-development
                      processes and other interests specifically
                      arising from this project.

                      Dissemination processes and plan                                             JA
                      established.
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                      Consultation with internal stakeholders to                                      GJ
                      foster engagement with the development
                      of open learning units.
                      Proposal made to Three Rivers                                    Workshop       JA
                      Conference for development
                      workshop/sharing project learning.

                      Second Steering Group.                                                          JA

 End March            Third Steering Group.
 2012
                      Dissemination activities and formatives        Presentation or                  JA/GJ
                      evaluation activities undertaken.              workshop at
                                                                     Three Rivers
                                                                     Conference on
                                                                     learning from
                                                                     project.
 End May              Produce interim report/paper on                                  Interim        JA/GJ
 2012                 developing open learning units with OERs                         Report
                      and mapping to UKPSF descriptors.

                      Fourth Steering Group                                                           JA

 July to end          Pulling together evaluative work and                             Draft report   JA/GJ
 August 2012          producing first draft of final report on the
                      development of open learning units and
                      mapping processes for UKPSF descriptors.

                      Fifth Steering Group                                                            JA

 September            Dissemination activities and evaluation
 2012                 activities undertaken.
 End October          Completion of final report following
 2012                 analysis of findings from pilot work.
                      Final steering group for continuation
                      planning and to agree Final Report.

                      Production of final report.                    Final report.     Final Report   JA



JA February 2012




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