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Title: Educational Technology for Instruction: Everything a Dean Needs to Know


1
Educational Technology for Instruction
Everything a Dean Needs to Know
  • Jennifer D. Jones Bellingham Technical College
  • Michèle Royer Bellevue Community College
  • WEC April 30, 2008

Technology Rules for the Day
2
  • Some Technology Trends in the Workplace and in
    Education (Michèle 15 min)
  •  
  • Social Media for Learning (Jennifer 45 min)
  • Virtual Collaboration and New Office Applications
    (Michèle 45 min)
  • Demos of Groove, OneNote, Web Office Apps, Search
    Engines
  • Evolving Assessment and Roles of Faculty and
    Students (small group discussions 30 min)
  • Collaborative Faculty Development and Open
    Educational Resources (Jennifer 45 min)
  • Impact on Computing Services (Podcast Interview
    15 min)
  • Establishing New Technology Policies (small group
    discussions 30 min)

3
  • Some Technology Trends in the Workplace
  • and in Education

4
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The New World of Work
  • Mobile and Virtual Workplace
  • Collaboration across distances and organizations
  • Web-enabled business processes
  • Increased access to and management of information
  • Multiplicity of devices and applications/
    Integration
  • Continuous changes in technology tools and
    processes

8
New Work Skills
  • Beyond IT literacy
  • Comfort with technology
  • Information management skills (including
    information security)
  • Technology-enabled communication and
    collaboration skills
  • Adaptability and flexibility ability to learn
    new skills, new technologies and new processes

9
This slide is used by permission of Microsoft
only in the context of this presentation
Used by permission of Martin Bean, General
Manager, Education Products Group, Microsoft
Corporation
10
Technology Everywhere
  • Number of internet devices in 2006 600 millions
    (up from 1 million in 1992)
  • More than 70 of 4-year-olds have used a computer
  • Todays 21-year-olds in the US have
  • watched 20,000 hours of TV
  • played 10,000 hours of video games
  • talked 10,000 hours on the phone
  • sent or received 250,000 emails or instant
    messages

Shift Happens / Did You Know 2.0 http//youtube.co
m/watch?vpMcfrLYDm2U
11
Internet and Media
  • 48 of internet users have been to video-sharing
    sites such as YouTube and the daily traffic to
    such sites on a typical day has doubled in the
    past year - 1/9/08
  • 28 of internet users have tagged or categorized
    content online such as photos, news stories or
    blog posts - 1/31/07
  • 28 of online teens have blogs 12/19/07
  • Pew Internet and American Life Project Reports
    Technology and Media Use
  • http//www.pewinternet.org/PPF/c/4/topics.asp

12
Super Communicators
  • Content creation by teenagers continues to grow,
    with 64 of online teenagers ages 12 to 17
    engaging in at least one type of content
    creation, up from 57 in 2004.
  • 28 of teens are super-communicators using a
    host of technology options for communicating with
    family and friends, including traditional
    landline phones, cell phones, texting, social
    network sites, instant messaging, and email.
  •  Teens and Social Media 12/19/2007 Pew Internet
    and American Life Project Report
  • http//www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/230/report_displa
    y.asp

13
BusinessWeek June 2007 http//www.businessweek.com
/magazine/content/07_24/b4038405.htm
14
Student Technology Needs Assessment
Recommendations
  • SBCTC Report, 1-29-08
  • www.sbctc.ctc.edu/college/dl/StudentTechnologyNeed
    sAssessmentResultsfinal.ppt
  • www.sbctc.ctc.edu/college/dl/StudentTechnologyNeed
    sFocusGroupResultsBulletsver4.doc
  • More ways to interact and collaborate with other
    students
  • More technology resources, such as wireless
    coverage, tech support, computer hubs, electrical
    outlets
  • Cutting-edge technology
  • Online textbooks
  • A Vision of K-12 Students Today (YouTube V
    4min)
  • http//youtube.com/watch?v_A-ZVCjfWf8
  • Based on research by Michael Wesch, cultural
    anthropologist and media ecologist exploring the
    impacts of new media on human interaction at
    Kansas State University.

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This slide is used by permission of Microsoft
only in the context of this presentation
Used by permission of Martin Bean, General
Manager, Education Products Group, Microsoft
Corporation
16
"Connected" Part 2 Academic Uses (YouTubeV
7min) http//youtube.com/watch?vTLCTpX3tJEQfeatu
rerelated
17
  • Social Media for Learning
  • wiki

18
  • Virtual Collaboration and New Office Applications

SciVee an open community for scientists to share
videos and publications http//www.scivee.tv/
19
Project Collaboration
  • Microsoft Office Groove
  • Office Groove 2007 is a collaboration software
    program that helps teams work together
    dynamically and effectively, even if team members
    work for different organizations, work remotely,
    or work offline.
  • MS Groove vs Sharepoint
  • Can access info offline (peer-to-peer)
  • No network access security issues
  • Collaborative tools in the workspace
  • Text and audio chat
  • Microsoft Groove 2007
  • http//office.microsoft.com/en-us/groove/FX1004876
    41033.aspx
  • http//office.microsoft.com/en-us/suites/HA1016726
    01033.aspx?pidCL101732621033

DEMO
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Information Gathering and Organization
  • Microsoft Office OneNote
  • Office OneNote 2007 is a digital notebook that
    provides people one place to gather their notes
    and information.
  • Gather all digital file formats (text, graphics,
    photos, audio files, videos, office documents,
    internet and screen clippings, emails, calendar
    events…)
  • Integrate with other MS Office apps
  • Share and co-develop with others
  • Publish in other formats
  • Microsoft OneNote 2007
  • http//office.microsoft.com/en-us/onenote/default.
    aspx
  • http//office.microsoft.com/en-us/onenote/HA101672
    671033.aspx

DEMO
21
Microsoft Opens Free Online Workspace for
Student Collaborations
  • Microsoft wants to help students get their lives
    together (their learning lives, at least), and
    Tuesday it rolled out a product to help. As part
    of Live_at_edu, the companys free Web-based email
    and calendar suite, Microsoft unveiled Office
    Live Workspace, which lets students access their
    work online and share it with others. Live_at_edu is
    in use at more than 600 colleges.
  •  http//chronicle.com/wiredcampus/article/2795/mic
    rosoft-opens-free-online-workspace-for-student-col
    laborations
  • Google Docs and Calendar

DEMO
22
New Search Engines
  • Visual Search Engines
  • http//grokker.com/
  • Tafiti
  • http//www.tafiti.com/
  • Visual Medical Dictionary
  • http//www.curehunter.com/public/dictionary.do

23
Second Life
  • Gartner says that 80 percent of active Internet
    users will have a "Second Life" in the virtual
    world by the end of 2011
  •  http//www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id503861
  • Science Learning Opportunities in Second Life
    (YouTubeV 3min)
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vEfsSGBraUhcfeature
    related
  • NMC Campus Seriously Engaging (YouTubeV 5min)
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vS9VZKTT6gZ8feature
    related
  • Educational Uses of Second Life (YouTubeV 7min)
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vqOFU9oUF2HAfeature
    related
  • Corporate presence on SL (YouTubeV 4min)
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vtEGHJuCbGdofeature
    related
  • A Second Life in Second Life (YouTubeV 5min)
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vUV52WRXm1Cg

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Catch All
  • Ning in the Classroom
  • http//animation120.ning.com/
  • http//game110.ning.com/
  • http//animation230.ning.com/
  • Professional Networking
  • http//www.linkedin.com/
  • Camtasia Studio and JING Project
  • Screen video and audio capture
  • http//www.techsmith.com/ Camtasia Sample
  • http//www.jingproject.com/

25
Evolving Assessment and Roles of Faculty and
Students
  • What is the role of the teacher when information
    can be accessed through the net? When the
    students know more about the tools than the
    teachers do?
  • What is the role of the classroom when learning
    can be acquired anytime, anywhere?
  • How do you assess student learning in a digital
    and collaborative environment?
  • Is faculty assessment taking into account their
    ability to effectively use digital collaborative
    strategies?
  • (small group discussions)

26
  • Collaborative Faculty Development and Open
    Educational Resources
  • wiki

27
  • Impact on Computing Services
  • Interview of Agnes Figueroa
  • Director of Computing Services, Bellevue
    Community College

28
Establishing New Technology Policies
  • Which technologies will you allow and support in
    and outside of the classroom?
  • Which technologies will you promote to support
    the learning?
  • Which training will you make available to faculty
    and students?
  • How will you motivate and support faculty in
    exploring the use of new teaching/learning
    technologies?
  • (small group discussions)

29
Some Challenges
  • Administrative support
  • Evaluation of teaching by old standards
  • Access to technology tools
  • Technical support, resources and standards
  • Training of teachers
  • Bandwidth
  • Diversity of students in
  • Access to technology
  • Not all students are technology natives

30
  • Additional Resources

31
Resources
Open Thinking Wiki http//couros.wikispaces.com/em
ergingtechnologies
32
Blog Resources
  • http//edu.blogs.com/
  • Advisory Bored
  • Thoughts, resources, research and moral support
    for instructional staff trying to build relevant
    and interesting technology programs in Snohomish
    County high schools and colleges.
  •  http//advisorybored.blogspot.com/
  • EVA Blog
  • Education Virtually Anywhere.
  • Ramblings about teaching and learning in a
    web-enabled world.
  •  http//evablogged.blogspot.com/
  • SBCTC WikiSpace
  • http//ctcinsl.wikispaces.com/
  • http//carollager.wetpaint.com/
  • http//eci831.wikispaces.com/

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Blog Resources
  • WordPress http//wordpress.com/
  • Blogger https//www.blogger.com/start
  • Faculty member creates a "Website" (not a blog)
    using Wordpress to share the information for
    their trip to Trinidad with her students and
    their families. http//trinidad.umwblogs.org/
  • A student used tracks from a video another
    student shared with the class to make his own rap
    about the implications of Japanese internment.
    http//math.umwblogs.org/2007/11/04/rap-for-all-ya
    ll/
  • The University of Mary Washington is creating
    their own online, academic community using blogs.
    Whcih they are re-imagining as an educational
    publishing platform. http//umwblogs.org/
  • Alan Levine's More Than Cat Diaries
    http//cat-diaries.blogspot.com/ and links to
    sites using blog platforms for other purposes.
    http//del.icio.us/tag/notcatdiaries

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Social Bookmarking
Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users
to store, organize, search, and manage bookmarks
of web pages on the Internet with the help of
metadata.   From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_bookmarking
  • Social bookmarking
  • Blue Dot
  • BookmarkSync
  • del.icio.us
  • CiteULike
  • Connotea
  • Digg
  • Diigo
  • Fark
  • Furl
  • GiveALink.org
  • Social cataloging
  • Librarything
  • Shelfari
  • Social citations
  • BibSonomy
  • bibster
  • CiteULike
  • Connotea
  • refbase
  • Havadarha.com
  • Hugg.com
  • Ma.gnolia
  • My Web
  • Mixx
  • Newsvine
  • Propeller.com
  • Reddit
  • Simpy
  • SiteBar
  • StumbleUpon
  • http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_social_softwa
    re
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