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Fostering Student Engagement:

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by Cindy DiMascio on 18 October 2013

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Transcript of Fostering Student Engagement:

Fostering Student Engagement:
Partnership of Library and Instructional Technology & Design Departments Flips Faculty

Working Group
Started with two "new" employees
Similar missions
Librarian role in Sakai
Workshops
Poll Everywhere
Ebooks
Mendeley
Endnote
Previous Summer Faculty Institutes
Originated in 2007 with the development of IT&D
$7,000 annual budget for keynotes, food, & faculty stipends ($500)
No SFI 2012
Small cohort track with no general track
Historically more technology focused
Collaboration/SFI
Holistic approach
Partnership with Library, IT&D and CTE
Goals:
Serving the faculty, giving them more tools in the pedagogy toolbox
Become more comfortable with IT&D, Library, CTE - see us more as partners
Process
Library, IT&D, and CTE created framework
"Educause on Campus"
Multi-prong marketing
Results
Summer Faculty Institute
After the Institute
Keynote speakers - Michael Wesch talks
Apple presenter
Daily cohort workblocks
Experienced faculty presentation
Roundtable lunch discussions
Afternoon breakout workshops
Mendeley
Google Apps
Ebooks
Google Hangouts
Panel discussion
Cohort presentation of work
Relationship building with faculty
Library gate count is up
More attendance at IT&D events/workshops
Formerly disenfranchised faculty member, now is a cheerleader for Library/IT&D
Cohort outcomes (and it's all okay!)
Some flipped lessons have been delivered
Some are still in progress
Other faculty decided not to use approach
Increase in collaboration - Library/IT&D/faculty at the same table (at the same time)
Lessons Learned
Library and IT&D collaboration created an engaging faculty institute experience
Peer faculty collaboration increased
Good instructional design combines library and instructional technology resources
Flexibility is key
Initial faculty opinions:
Format of Institute helpful
Creating lessons is time-consuming, but worthwhile
Working with support staff & other faculty enables more collaboration
Mimi Guessferd & Cindy DiMascio
Library
IT&D
Head of Reference worked with IT&D & CTE Directors to plan event
3 Reference Librarians: supporting roles
Reviewed proposals
Worked with cohort to find content resources
Created Flipped Classroom Resources Geisel Guide for Cohort
Presented at Cohort workblock & several breakout sessions
http://geiselguides.anselm.edu/flip
Administrative pieces
Organization
Food
Funding
Cohort track
Design
Selection
Facilitation
General track
Speakers
Workshops
Twitter
Endnote
Prezi
Poll Everywhere
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