Cascadia Open Education Summit

269

Registered participants

17

Institutions represented


Hosted at Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, Vancouver, B.C.

Facilitating Learning Online (FLO)

796

FLO participants to date
(2013-2020)

97.6%

Satisfaction

87%

Ranked this as high-quality professional development

Symposium 2019

145

Registered participants

16

Institutions represented


Hosted at Coast Mountain College, Terrace, B.C.

ETUG 25th Anniversary Conference

123

Registered participants

22

Institutions represented


Hosted at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, B.C.

Open Education Grants

BCcampus invested $303,600 through:

20

Open education grants

24

Recipients in post-secondary


$7,500 x 10

Adult Basic Education Open Educational Resource grants

$32,250 x 6

Open Education Sustainability Grants for Institutions

$10,500 x 2, $500, $7000

OER Trades grants

Resources

We now have over

100

Accessible Open Educational Resources available for learners throughout the province and around the world.

Student savings

$18,269,693

Savings

Number of B.C. students using Open Textbooks

153,683

Province of BC

B.C. institutions currently adopting Open Textbooks

36

36 Institutions

Known B.C. faculty adopting Open Textbooks

520

Pulling Together: A Guide for Indigenization of Post- Secondary Institutions; A Professional Learning Series

1728

Visits each month to our most popular guide: Pulling Together: A Guide for Curriculum Developers since its release

4804

Average number of visits each guide has had since publication

57,651

Combined visits

67%

Visits from outside Canada


Known B.C. Open Textbook adoptions

3261

Top 5 adopting institutions
(in order)

1. Douglas College

2. Kwantlen Polytechnic University

3. Langara College

4. University of British Columbia

5. Thompson Rivers University

Open Textbook adoptions

The totals for May 1, 2019-April 30, 2020 are:

$3.8mil

In student savings

602

Open textbook adoptions


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