Appreciate the feedback in helping the team calibrate strategic targets.
You raise a valid point about the "maximum" number of network partners. A key strength of the OERu is the fact that the network is a collaboration of "like-minded" institutions and we are small enough to be agile and nimble.
In terms of the possibility of allocating surplus funds for commissioning the assembly of OERu courses to fill the gaps in the emerging programme of study, we would need approximately 3 new partners to cover the cost of developing one course. My gut feel estimate is that 70 - 75 partners would be ideal, more than that will introduce new scalability challenges.
Agreed - the 20% target for sigining off operational guidelines on QA, credit transfer etc is a bit low. I agree, 50% is a better target.
Full course equivalent is the course unit as a component part for building a degree programme. In Canada, a full course equivalent would be a 3 credit course. We use this nomenclature to distinguish from micro-courses.
Agree with your other points and will note these for the Strategic Planning working group.