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Friday, October 22 • 9:30am - 10:10am
Collaborative Test Bank Development: Multi-institutional and Pandemic-Style

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Note: Presentation slides and supporting materials are available at http://hdl.handle.net/10919/105385

During 2020-21 two business faculty from different institutions together with OER librarians, undergraduate students, and graduate assistants conspired to create a faculty-access-only testbank aligned to senior undergraduate-level open textbook, Strategic Management (2020) and AACSB Standards. Testbank development followed instructional and ethical practices for non-disposable assignments including faculty development of assignments, student ownership of student work, student “opt in” to go public, choice of no or some student attribution, financial incentives for various project participants, project MOUs, professional copyediting, and public release to vetted requestors. This presentation will describe our respective motivations, process, how we found one another, why the collaboration worked so well, and practices we believe are worth emulating. We plan to reserve a significant amount of time for discussion.

After participating in this session, attendees will be able to:
  • Conduct an informed discussion of why standards-aligned testbanks for OER are helpful
  • Describe one group's testbank development method or process
  • Articulate several "success conditions" for multi-institutional collaborations
  • Apply existing knowledge of institutional characteristics into practices which may be helpful for projecting project success, including project design, motivation, incentives, and administrative culture/support

Speakers
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Anita Walz

Assistant Dir of Open Ed and ScholComm Librarian, Virginia Tech
Anita Walz is the Assistant Director for Open Education and Scholarly Communication Librarian at Virginia Tech. She works with faculty, administrators, and staff on local, state, national and international levels to inspire faculty to choose, adapt, and create learning resources which... Read More →
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Mandi Goodsett

Performing Arts & Humanities Librarian, Oer & Copyright Advisor, Cleveland State University
I am the OER & Copyright Advisor at Cleveland State University in Ohio. I would love to chat with others about incentive programs, publishing, professional development, and course markings. 
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Eli Jamison

Assistant Profession of Management Practice, Virginia Tech
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Candice Vander Weerdt

Assistant College Lecturer, Cleveland State University

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Friday October 22, 2021 9:30am - 10:10am EDT
Room A