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Preparing Digitally Savvy Future Faculty

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Britt Watwood

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Preparing Digitally Savvy Future Faculty
Digitally Savvy ?
GRAD 602
Part of Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program
Course structured to introduce new media in context of teaching & digital scholarship
Our interest - the ways future faculty engage in new media environments
Learning Journal (blog) functioned as space for reflection dialogue
Build community of practice & networked conversations
The Study
Assumptions
NML's have altered social interaction
NML's influence on learning in the modern era
Need to investigate multiple topics
What are Future Faculty NML's at baseline?
What are the ranges?
If PFF participation correlated with high NML anyway?
Does the course influence participant NML's?
The Data
Britt Watwood, Jeffrey Nugent and David McLeod

Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Oklahoma
Center for Teaching Excellence School of Social Work
Intro
Our Pedagogical Approach
Intersection
New Media Literacy
VCU Preparing Future Faculty Program
GRAD 602
Perceived faculty roles
Future Faculty New Media Literacy
Access to course
Teaching, Learning & Technology in Higher Education
17 originally
N=10
after cleaning
Gender
Female (7)
Male (3)
Mean age (34.5)
Degree
Masters (4)
PhD (4)
Post Doc (2)
Modest increases in overall digital consumption pre/post (time spent)
blogging
social media
digital tools
etc.
12 skill domains
Domains
Emergent Cluster
Accepted Cluster
Hunches
Clusters
Accepted digital culture (Collective Intel, Negotiation, Judgement, & Distributed Cognition)
Higher entry points
More familiar with these practices
Emergent digital culture (Appropriation, Performance, & Networking)
lower or ambivalent entry points
Questions ?
http://wp.vcu.edu/grad602
http://wp.vcu.edu/grad602
Thoughts ?
There continues to be a need to engage future faculty in EdTech
Future faculty indicate a wide range in perspectives around NML
NML instrument may be useful way to explore perspectives
The clusters suggest new approaches for exploring specific domains
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Emergent
Emergent
Emergent
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