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Visualizing Your Network Activity

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Visualizing your Network|
Background Info|
21st Century Skills|
Building our Network|Example
Successes|
Your Successes & Challenges|
Check out the handout at your table to begin brainstorming
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA

Evan Friss @evanfriss
Elaine Kaye @robertef09
Nicole Wilson @rnicolewilson
Building Our Network
Evaluating Networks
Librarians
Leadership Team
Public Services
Graduate Assistants
Learning Centers
Academic Departments
Student Affairs
Instructional Designers
Programmers
Media Production Services
Classroom Technology & Support
Student Employees

Instructional Designers
Librarian
Faculty Associate
Graduate Assistant

Resources|

Partnership for 21st Century Skills:
http://www.p21.org/our-work/p21-framework

The Glossary of Education Reform:
http://edglossary.org/21st-century-skills/

Mallon, M. N., & Gilstrap, D. L. (2014). Digital Literacy and the Emergence of Technology-Based Curriculum Theories. In D. Loveless, B. Griffith, M. Bérci, E. Ortlieb, & P. Sullivan (Eds.) Academic Knowledge Construction and Multimodal Curriculum Development (pp. 15-29). Hershey, PA.

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Kelly & Hess, (2013). Beyond Retrofitting: Innovation in Higher Education. Hudson Institute Initiative on Future Innovation

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Dornisch (2013) The Digital Divide in Classrooms: Teacher Technology Comfort and Evaluations, Computers in the Schools: Interdisciplinary Journal of Practice, Theory, and
Applied Research, 30:3, 210-228,

Seimens, G., (2005). Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age. International Journal of Instructional Technology & Distance Learning. 2(1). http://www.itdl.org/journal/jan_05/article01.htm


Connors & Sullivan, (2012). “It’s that easy”: Designing assignments that blend old and new literacies. The Clearing House,Routledge 85: 221–225,

Watson,J. & Pecchioni, L., (2011). Digital natives and digital media in the college classroom: assignment design and impacts on student learning. Educational Media International. (48)4, 307-320


Urban History in Latin America
Creating & Assessing Authentic Learning Environments
James Madison University
dLRN2015
October, 16th 2015
Let's get real....Is the effort worth it?
Challenges|
YES!!!!
Time
De-centralized units
Buy-in
Discipline Specific Expectations
Maintaining Network


How do we assess this?
Bring it back around...
http://sites.jmu.edu/jmutlt/
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