Monday, November 19, 2:00-3:30 PM, 402 Walter Library
(Recorded and archived in UMConnect)
All are welcome.
2:00-2:05 Welcome. Introduction and description of goals. Context with University initiatives. C. Cramer
2:05-2:20 First case study. Development of online learning in Nursing. Description of team approach, discussion of technologies employed, example content. Discussion of motivation. N. Salehi & M. Avery
2:20-2:40 Summary Information Technology support including faculty development, instructional design, tool exploration, production services, and assessment. Partnership opportunities. L. Marsh & C. Ament
2:40-2:55 Summary of digital content and other support to faculty for training, maintenance, etc. from Libraries. Partnership opportunities. J. Butler & K. Williams
2:55-3:00 Summary of Center for Teaching and Learning experience assisting faculty in digital development of course materials/content B. Rozaitis & D. Langley
3:00-3:05 Attention to copyright issues and details. Intellectual property issues as a function of development approach. G. Brown & N. Sims
3:05-3:20 Second case study. Development of online learning in CEHD. Description of team approach, discussion of technologies employed, example content. Discussion of motivation. S. Walker
3:20-3:30 Questions/Answers. Group discussion. Dissemination of contact details for future questions. C. Cramer
Presenters and others present for discussion: Chris Ament (OIT), Melissa Avery (Nursing), Greg Brown (OGC), John Butler (Libraries), Chris Cramer (CSE), Elizabeth Duykers (DEIT), Sandra Ecklein (DEIT), Sue Engelmann (DEIT), David Ernst (CEHD), David Langley (CTL), Lauren Marsh (OIT), Bill Rozaitis (CTL), Amanda Rondeau (DEIT), Bob Rubinyi (DEIT), Nima Salehi (Nursing), Chris Scruton (DEIT), Nancy Sims (Libraries), Susan Walker (CEHD), Karen Williams (Libraries)
Acronyms: CEHD (College of Education and Human Development); CSE (College of Science and Engineering); CTL (Center for Teaching and Learning); DEIT (Office of the Provost, Distributed Education and Instructional Technology); OGC (Office of the General Counsel)
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Professor Chris Cramer