For all our disciplines, except for Computer Science, OpenSkill has created a course content package and several ready-to-use assignment guides that incorporate the tools.
Instructors teams curated existing OER to create each Course Content Package. Each package includes the content needed for the course and interactive, ready-to-use assignments using the OpenSkill tools. The content included for each course was chosen by synthesizing the course requirements from three partner institutions to create universal competencies with a goal that each course addresses the major concepts from multiple college’s perspectives.
OpenSkill Course Content Packages are designed to offer instructors flexibility and ownership over the content and materials they teach with. OpenSkill content can be used as a whole package or a la carte, where an instructor can take specific elements to supplement their own existing material. Customization is also offered within the content and assignments, so you can tailor it to your course needs.
English Composition I was created by Matthew Bloom from Scottsdale Community College of the Maricopa County Community Colleges.
English Composition II was created by Professor Tricia Foster and Professor Marisol Varela from Miami Dade College, Professor Gerald Maki from Ivy Tech Community College, and Professor Kelly Romirosky from Gateway Community College.
This Course Content Package for non-majors Biology is 14 chapters. It was created by Professor Catalina Aristizabal and Professor Juan Morata from Miami Dade College, Professor Jeffrey Miller from Estrella Mountain Community College, and Professor Kevin Law from Ivy Tech Community College.
The Chemistry Course Content Package has 16 chapters. It was developed by Dr. Noor Hussain from Ivy Tech Community College and Dr. Alan Rodriguez-Santiago from Miami Dade College.
The Student Success Course Content Package has 9 chapters, and it was developed by Professor Jim Rubin of Paradise Valley Community College.
The Interpersonal Communications Course Content Package has 11 chapters. It was developed by Professor Stephanie Hill Alexander and Professor R. Ann O'Connor-Whaley from Ivy Tech Community College, Professor Janea Judge-Hemans and Professor Terri Johnson from Miami Dade Community College, and Professor Azra Mahmood from South Mountain Community College.
We have worked with the Computer Information faculty to iterate on the four tools. We also have some assignment guides using the tools coming soon. CIS does not have a Course Content Package.