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Title: TRIOWork: Technology Tools for Global Learning Using the Internet as a Learning Tool


1
TRIO_at_Work Technology Tools for Global Learning
Using the Internet as a Learning Tool
  • Angela Benson, Assistant Professor
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Romelia Madrigal, Director, SSS/UB
  • Santa Ana College
  • May 5, 2002

2
Introductions
  • Angela Benson
  • Assistant Professor
  • The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
  • abenson_at_uiuc.edu
  • Romelia Madrigal
  • Director, Student Support Services and Upward
    Bound
  • Santa Ana College, CA
  • madrigal_romelia_at_rsccd.org
  • Participant Introductions
  • Name
  • Program
  • Technology use in program
  • Expectations for this session

3
Relationship to Other Sessions
  • Discovering, Evaluating, and Utilizing Online
    Resources
  • strategies for finding and evaluating web
    resources
  • Multi-media Technology
  • run your multi-media projects on the Web
  • Utilizing Computer Labs
  • working arrangements for accessing the Web

4
Agenda
  • First Segment
  • Resources Review
  • Objectives
  • Getting Started with Internet Tools
  • Internet Tools for TRIO Instructional Activities,
    Part 1
  • Second Segment
  • Internet Tools for TRIO Instructional Activities,
    Part 2
  • Case Studies and Group Activity
  • Action Plans and Final Questions
  • Evaluation

5
Resources Review
  • Using the Internet as a Learning Tool
  • http//www.bensonink.com/trio/
  • Using the Internet as a Learning Tool
  • http//www.bensonink.com/trio/
  • Using the Internet as a Learning Tool
  • http//www.bensonink.com/OnlineLearningASPIRA
  • Resources for Online Learning
  • http//www.BensonInk.com/OnlineLearningTRIO
  • Summary Table Tools and Activities for Online
    Learning
  • http//www.bensonink.com/OnlineLearningTRIO/tool_s
    ummary_table.htm
  • Book Learning with Technology A Constructivist
    Approach by Jonassen, Peck and Wilson, ISBN
    0-13-271891-X

6
Objectives
  • After this session, you will be able to
  • Identify three ways the Internet can be used to
    complement your programs instructional
    activities
  • Identify resources that you can leverage to
    support the online learning objectives of your
    TRIO program

7
Getting Started - Plan
  • Develop a technology integration plan
  • Contributes to program objectives
  • Promotes active learning for students
  • Get computers into the hands of students
  • Reflects your vision for your program

8
Getting Started - Personnel
  • Build your knowledge base
  • Directors own and share the vision
  • acquire the knowledge yourself or secure a
    resource person with the knowledge (could be a
    TRIO client/student)
  • technical technology skills
  • learning technology skills

9
Getting Started - Partner
  • Leverage local resources (find partners)
  • Associated institutions may provide
  • Space for labs
  • Fully equipped labs
  • Internet/e-mail accounts for students
  • Technical support for equipment
  • Technology training for staff
  • Matching funds for any grant money received

10
Getting Started - Hardware
  • Purchase quality equipment first
  • fast computers with fast access
  • 256K RAM
  • CD-RW
  • 40 80 MB hard drive
  • 32 MB video memory
  • 17 monitor
  • Dell Computers at http//www.dell.com
  • consider portables/handhelds for student loans
  • Investigate wireless labs for field access

11
Getting Started - Software
  • Microsoft Office suite common, not required
  • Word for Word Processing
  • Excel for Spreadsheets
  • Access for Database
  • Powerpoint for Presentations
  • Frontpage for Web Development (or Netscape
    Composer)
  • Internet Explorer for Web Browser (Netscape
    Navigator)
  • Outlook for E-mail (or Netscape Messenger)
  • Free stuff at http//www.cnet.com

12
Getting Started - Access
  • Dial-up modem access - 28.8 slow, but prevalent
  • Cable modem / DSL - fast requires special wiring
  • Ethernet/T1 - fast requires special wiring
  • Wireless - newer technology requires special
    hardware
  • LowerMyBills.com
  • http//www.lowermybills.com

13
Getting Started - Internet Safety
  • What/who you allow your students to access
  • Who/what you allow to access your students
  • Acceptable Use Policies
  • http//www.monroe.lib.in.us/lchampel/netadv3.html
  • Computer Labs section of workshop binder

14
Getting Started Internet Basics
  • The Help Web
  • http//www.imaginarylandscape.com/helpweb/
  • The WebTeacher
  • http//www.imaginarylandscape.com/helpweb/
  • Discovering, Evaluating and Utilizing Resources
    on the Web
  • http//gih.suhsd.k12.ca.us/mis/web_resources_trio/
    default.htm
  • http//www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/Int
    ernet/FindInfo.html
  • http//www.google.com/

15
Internet Technology Tools (http//www.bensonink.co
m/OnlineLearningTRIO/tool_summary_table.htm
  • E-mail
  • Mailing lists
  • Newsgroups
  • Bulletin boards
  • Chat rooms
  • White boards
  • Streaming media
  • Web sites
  • Web Integrated Learning Tools

16
TRIO Instructional Roles
  • Instructional Assistants / Learning Facilitator
  • Study Skills Facilitator
  • Faculty Mentor
  • Academic Advisor
  • Technology Specialist
  • Counselor

17
Learning Facilitators (Tutors)
  • Discovery School
  • http//school.discovery.com
  • UNC Writing Tutor
  • http//www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/online.html
  • A Library Resource Page
  • http//www.multnomah.lib.or.us/lib/homework/
  • Ask Jeeves
  • http//www.askjeeves.com
  • Blackboard Web Integrated Learning System
  • http//blackboard.cet.uiuc.edu/

18
Study Skills Facilitator
  • Dr. Ah-Clem
  • http//thetwocrows.com/ahclem/index.html
  • Richland Community College
  • http//www.richland.cc.il.us/staff/sblahnik/studys
    kills.html
  • Virginia Tech
  • http//www.ucc.vt.edu/stdysk/stdyhlp.html

19
Faculty Mentor
  • Blackboard Web Integrated Learning Systems
  • http//blackboard.cet.uiuc.edu/
  • Yahoogroups
  • http//groups.yahoo.com/group/OnlineTRIO/
  • Groupboard
  • http//www.bensonink.com/OnlineLearningTRIO/GroupB
    oard.htm

20
Academic Advisor
  • Add webquests
  • Curriculum quest
  • Goal Reaching Process
  • Fact or Fiction
  • Mapping your future
  • AOL College and Careers / Study skills

21
Technology Specialist
22
Counselor
  • Getting Ready for College
  • http//www.embark.com
  • http//www.collegeboard.com
  • http//www.princetonreview.com (acquired
    embark.com)
  • http//www.ed.gov/

23
Internet Projects
  • Individual portfolios
  • http//students.ed.uiuc.edu/tcho1/
  • http//www.arches.uga.edu/adbenson/
  • http//www.embark.com
  • Student Presentations
  • http//www.BensonInk.com/OnlineLearning_NO_TRIO
  • Student Projects
  • WebQuests at http//edweb.sdsu.edu/webquest/webque
    st.html
  • TRIO Thinkquest at http//www.triothinkquest.org
  • Your Programs
  • http//www.uta.edu/ubmathsci/
  • http//www.uta.edu/upward/
  • http//www.trioprograms.org/council/trio/7_program
    s.html

24
TRIO Instructional Roles
  • Instructional Assistants / Learning Facilitator
  • Study Skills Facilitator
  • Faculty Mentor
  • Academic Advisor
  • Technology Specialist
  • Counselor

25
TRIO Instructional Roles
  • Instructional Assistants / Learning Facilitator
  • Study Skills Facilitator
  • Faculty Mentor
  • Academic Advisor
  • Technology Specialist
  • Counselor

26
Case Study 1
  • You need to provide career development
    information to your students to prepare them to
    enter college. This is a difficult task for you
    because you only meet with these students twice a
    month, at most. How can you increase your
    student/client interaction and help your students
    get the information they need?

27
Case Study 2
  • Your program office provides a great many
    resources for students. Unfortunately, students
    only have access to these resources during your
    office hours which are 8a 5p, Mondays through
    Fridays. Your students many times need academic
    support outside of these hours. How can you
    address their needs?

28
Case Study 3
  • As you look around your TRIO office, you can
    identify many technology needs to support your
    administrative work. For example, you would love
    to have a web page where you can display
    student/client work and make announcements for
    upcoming program events. How can you meet your
    administrative needs and also provide a learning
    opportunities for your students?

29
Case Study 4
  • You have identified a wealth of resources and
    support for your students but they dont have web
    access at home. What can you do to address this
    situation.

30
Case Study 5
  • Do you have one?

31
Action Plans
  • Plan
  • Personnel
  • Partner
  • Software
  • Hardware
  • Access
  • Safety
  • Basics

32
Wrap Up
  • QA
  • Evaluation

33
Additional Resources
  • Busy Educators Guide to the Web
  • http//www.glavac.com/updates.htm
  • Instructional Design for Online Learning
  • http//www.pitt.edu/poole/onlinelearning.htmldes
    igningOLactivities
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