Henson and Sandry
Starting an OCW: A Case Study
Shelley Henson, Utah State University and Andrea Sandry, Weber State
Thursday, September 29, 2005, 10:00-10:45 am
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Starting an opencourseware project at an institution involves planning, resources and vision. It starts with a conversation and progresses to garnering faculty and administrative support, and locating resources to sustain the project. The Center for Open and Sustainable Learning (COSL) at Utah State University has created a support structure for schools that would like to participate in the opencourseware movement. This includes software, hosting services, training and consulting services. Weber State University has been working in collaboration with COSL to begin an opencourseware project. This session will describe their experience.