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  • Interactive Online Dual Enrollment Courses in Engineering Technology and Advanced Manufacturing at

    Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College

  • PRESENTERS

    Stephanie PhillipsElectronics Engineering Technology Instructor, PLTW Program Coordinator, and Summer Programs Coordinator

    Leah JonesGrants Coordinator and SACSCOC Institutional Liaison

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  • DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAREER

    TRAINING (TAACCCT) GRANT

    OCtechs Accelerating Advanced Manufacturing and Global Logistics Careers Partnership (AAMGLCP)

    $2.5M award focused on Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation, and Logistics

    Round 2 Project that leveraged student support services created in Round 1 Consortium project (ASSIST)

    Created new stackable credentials for Mechatronics, Industrial Engineering/Instrumentation, Industrial Electronics, and Industrial Maintenance Technology, as well as a new certificate program in Logistics.

    26 interactive modular courses created for the Project in conjunction with subcontractor Central Carolina Technical College

  • 26 INTERACTIVE COURSES

    Robotics and Automated Controls (AMT 105) Engineering Programming/LabVIEW (EGR 112)AC/DC Circuits (EEM 117) PLC Modules (EEM 251)Programmable Controllers (EET 235) Electrical Machines (ELT 108)Introduction to Robotics (ELT 208) Schematics (IMT 104)Hydraulics & Pneumatics (IMT 131) Mechanical Applications (IMT 161)Statistical Process Control (IMT 170) MSSC Certified Production Technician I (IMT 171)MSSC Certified Production Technician II (IMT 172) MSSC Certified Production Technician III (IMT 173)MSSC Certified Production Technician IV (IMT 174) MSSC Certified Logistics Associate (IMT 175)MSSC Certified Logistics Technician (IMT 176) Troubleshooting (IMT 202)Introduction to Logistics (LOG 110) Warehouse & Distribution Center Operations (LOG 111)Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (LOG 112) Materials Handling Technology (LOG 113)GPS & GIS Applications in Trans. and Logistics (LOG 114) Introduction to Process Control (IMT 229)Hydraulics & Pneumatics (MET 224) OCtech Interactive Projects Handbook

    Courses are housed: FESTO E-Learning System available for use to partners in

    South Carolina for free

    OCtechs LMS (D2L)

    DOLs Repository www.skillscommons.org

  • COURSE CREATION STANDARDS

    CAST Universal Design for Learning (UDL) methodology

    Open Education Resources (Creative Commons copyright licenses) (www.open4us.org)

    Section 508 Compliance (Workforce Rehabilitation Act)

  • CAST UDL GUIDELINES

    Multiple Means of Engagement - learning environments include multiple avenues that effectively capture interest and sustain deep, meaningful interactions with core material.

    Multiple Means of Representation - convert sensations into meaningful information by including different perceptions, language, expressions, symbols and comprehension.

    Multiple Means of Action and Expression plan, organize and initiate purposeful behavior by providing multiple means of physical action, expression and communication, especially with assessments.

  • COURSE DEVELOPMENT TEAM

    The Collaborative Process between OCtech Instructors (Content Experts) and Microburst Learning

    Dr. James Payne served as the Project Director and managed all grant activities, including course development

    OCtech faculty were paired with content creation specialists at Microburst to ensure that existing and new course materials were OER and met UDL guidelines.

    Microburst recorded hundreds of hours of footage in OCtech classrooms and laboratories.

  • COURSE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

    The Collaborative Process between OCtech Instructors (Content Experts) and Microburst Learning

    Each course was split into three deliverables:

    A - Course Outline and Storyboard

    B - Course Development

    C - Content Review/Pilot

  • INSTRUCTOR APPLICATION OF NEW COURSES

    Each Instructor at OCtech has the freedom to use the interactive modules in a way that best suits their course and program:

    Hybrid Format increases access for adult students who work or have limited time during the day

    Flipped Classroom Format allows students to be fully prepared for laboratory exercises and make the most of their time in lab

    Supplemental Activities in Face-to-Face Courses various modules used to support lab activities and diversify lecture in traditional format courses

    Middle College increases the flexibility for Middle College students taking courses at Cope Area Career Center and on the OCtech campus

  • OCTECHS MIDDLE COLLEGE

    OCtech's Middle College allows ambitious high school students in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties the opportunity to earn college credits before they graduate. Courses count toward high school requirements and translate into college credit hours for a two-year or four-year degree.

    Middle College students make up 19% of the Colleges overall enrollment

    Classes are offered at high schools, online, and on campus

    Middle College Pathways increase enrollment in OCtech and serve as an early feeder program to serve new and emerging industries in our area

  • MIDDLE COLLEGE ENGINEERING AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PATHWAYS

    The use of these interactive courses has been especially valuable for students in our Middle College program. Middle College students can choose one of four Engineering Pathways:

    Engineering Technology (PLTW)

    Mechatronics

    Biotechnical Engineering Technology

    Machine Tool Technology

  • MECHATRONICS MIDDLE COLLEGE PATHWAY

    Increased enrollment in Mechatronics through Middle College pathways and full-time adult students

    Volvo and Boeing and their feeder industries are heavily automated and will require Mechatronics technicians.

    Mechatronics Middle College pathway is already helping to meet the needs of new and emerging industries that will need workers to fill these high-skill jobs.

  • MECHATRONICS AT COPE AREA CAREER CENTER

    Students in the Mechatronics Pathways can take Robotics and Automated Controls (AMT 105 and AMT 205) which can jumpstart students Associate Degree at OCtech

    The labs at Cope Area Career Center are equipped with computers, VEX robots, Lynx Motion robots, CNC machines, and other support equipment to provide high-skill training

    The new interactive online courses provide supplemental instruction for Middle College students

  • MECHATRONICS AT COPE AREA CAREER CENTER

    Basic Industrial Skills I was created under the Round 1 DOL TAACCCCT project.

    Basic Safety Skills

    Construction Math Skills

    Craft-related Math Skills

    Use of Basic Hand Tools

    Hybrid Course using multi-media resources including videos and online assessments. The face-to-face component consistedof performance exams for vital lab skills.

  • MECHATRONICS AT THE MAIN CAMPUS

    The new interactive courses have allowed Mechatronics instructors to enhance laboratory activities for existing courses, as well as create new courses. The courses also allow more varied activities involving the FESTO Modular Production System (MPS Line)

    OCtech is the only FESTO Authorized and Certified Training Center (FACT) Center in the United States

    In Spring 2016, senior Middle College students had the opportunity to attend classes on the OCtech campus

    Each semester, Middle College Mechatronics pathway students take field trips to visitOCtech labs for various Advanced Manufacturing activities

  • SUMMER CAMPS AND INSTITUTES

    Grant-supported summer camps and professional development workshops are available to students and area teachers (elementary, middle, and high school) to help encourage Middle College enrollment:

    PLTW Summer InstituteVEX Robotics CampTen80 Racecar CampAlternative Energy CampLEGO Robotics Camp

  • ONLINE COURSE DEMONSTRATION

    OCtechs FESTO E-Learning System http://festo/classroommanager/login.php

    EET-235Programmable Controllers

    Access FESTO E-Learning

    http://festo/classroommanager/login.php

  • NAVIGATING THE ONLINE REPOSITORY

    All coursework created under the four rounds of DOL TAACCCT are housed at www.SkillsCommons.org

    Visit SkillsCommons.org

    http://www.skillscommons.org/

  • USING THE SKILLS COMMONS DATABASE

    Please refer to the handout entitled: How to Download Courses from SkillsCommons.org

    The handout is also available on the OCtech website (octech.edu) under About - Grants

  • THANKS FOR ATTENDING OUR SESSION!

    The slides and handouts from todays presentation are available at:

    http://www.octech.edu/about/grant-resources#

    Leah Jones Grants Coordinator and SACSCOC Institutional [email protected]

    Stephanie Phillips EET Instructor, PLTW Program Coordinator, and Summer Programs Coordinator [email protected]

    Download Presentation Materials

    http://www.octech.edu/about/grant-resources