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Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment Ppt
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Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment by Andrew Broadhurst and Dr. Angela M. Gibson, American Public University System, Presented at the …

Virtual Open House: Facilitate Learning and Promote Collaboration in a Transparent Online Environment by Andrew Broadhurst and Dr. Angela M. Gibson, American Public University System, Presented at the 15th Annual Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, October 30, 2009

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  • Recruitment (Patterson Lorenzetti, 2008) UW-PlattevilleCommunity Outreach/Recruitment (McDaniel-Shaughney, 2006) AACCE-marketing tool (Daj & Chirca, 2009) European Univs.E-trade Show (Beckert, 2000)Announcements of upcoming online college or industry open houses for recruiting, admissions, and registrationOften a website with open chatAt times virtual guides or use of CMS/LMS tools
  • AgileTeam effort
  • Community of Inquiry
  • APUS IDD Process ModelContinuousSynergistic
  • - The Idea
  • IDEA – web promotions meetings at NBC25*Share – Not be the Expert!
  • How we come up with topics
  • IMPACTS- Conduct Live Virtual Open House- Examine partnerships created from APUS VOH Examine projects generated from APUS VOHRecord and Share
  • Live VOH DemonstrationIllustrate set upShowcase interactionFacilitation of discussionParticipation from audience membersRecorded Version of Live VOHIllustrate set upShowcase interactionInstructional strategiesOnline best practicesIllustrate use of Web 2.0 technologies
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    • 1. Andrew D. Broadhurst
      Dr. Angela M. Gibson
      American Public University System (APUS)
      15th Annual Sloan-C InternationalConference on Online Learning
      Friday, October 30, 2009
    • 2. Presentation Agenda
      Introductions
      Purpose of Presentation
      Objectives of Presentation
      Review of Literature
      Development of VOHs at APUS
      Demonstration of Live VOH
      Description of Impacts of VOHs at APUS
      Discussion on Topics & Applications of VOHs for Participant Utilization
      Questions & Answers
    • 3. Andrew D. Broadhurst
      Andrew serves as the Lead Media & Web Designer for the Instructional Design and Development Team at the American Public University System. He has a diverse background in graphic design, marketing, website development, college education, and mass communication.
      Angela M. Gibson, Ed.D.
      Angela serves as the Instructional Design Project Leader for American Public University System’s Instructional Design and Development Team. With a background in educational leadership, adult education, community colleges, and student affairs, her research interests include student engagement and success, the role of technology in course design and instruction, and Hispanic student success.
    • 4. Jessica Radlich
      Jessica serves as a Media & Web Designer for the Instructional Design and Development Team at American Public University. With a BA in Graphic Design, she has spent several years working in the creative field specializing in web & print design, as well as marketing.
      Thomas L. O’Keefe
      Thomas serves as a Media & Web Designer for the Instructional Design and Development Team at the American Public University System. Recently graduating with a BA in Multimedia & Graphic Design he has developed a background in graphic design, interactive media and web design. After hours he can be found riding mountains in the winter and floating down whitewater during the summer.
    • 5. Purpose
      Virtual open house concept is new
      To share experiences, successes,and challenges with audience
      Add to literature as there is a voidin the literature on this issue
    • 6. Objectives
      Understand current trends in virtual meetings
      Discuss opportunities a virtual open houseprovides to an institution
      Share best practices for hosting/facilitating VOHs
      Examine use of online technologies toprovide an open discussion forum
    • 7. Objectives
      Review creating, organizing, and marketing event
      Illustrate Livevirtual open house
      Review Web 2.0 technologies showcased
      Exemplify movement from event
      Discuss application of concept with participants
    • 8. “The Smartest person inthe roomisthe room”
      Dr. David Weinberger
      author of Cluetrain Manifesto
      @Government Innovations Conference (OGI)
    • 9. Literature Review
      VOHs in Literature
      Gap in the Literature
    • 10. Creation & Developmentof VOHs at APUS
      APUS IDD Team
      Grounded in a collaborative
      Constructivist view of
      Higher Education
      Community of Inquiry
    • 11. (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2000, p.2)
    • 12. Creation & Developmentof VOHs at APUS
      Assumes effective online learning requires the development of a community of learners that supports meaningful inquiry and deep learning (Shea & Bidjerano, 2009)
      APUS IDD Process Model
    • 13. I have an idea…
      Social Media Venn Diagram
      http://www.despair.com/somevedi.html
    • 14. Creation & Developmentof VOHs at APUS
      Networking
      Collaboration
      Communication
      Transparency
      Share Knowledge
    • 15. Creation & Developmentof VOHs at APUS
      Pick Topic(s)
      Organize
      Practice!
      Market
    • 16.
    • 17. Demonstration of APUS IDD VOHLIVE - VOH DEMONSTRATIONhttp://apus.na6.acrobat.com/sloan_c/RECORDED - VOH DEMONSTRATION http://apus.acrobat.com/p91659402/
    • 18. VOH Topics and Applications
      Application of VOH
      Potential Topics
    • 19.
    • 20. Thank You For Participating!
      Andrew D. Broadhurst
      Lead Media & Web Designer
      American Public University System
      111 W. Congress St.
      Charles Town, WV 25414
      o) 304-724-2830
      abroadhurst@apus.edu
      Twitter: @agilistine
      Dr. Angela M. Gibson
      Instructional Design Project Leader
      American Public University System
      111 W. Congress St.
      Charles Town, WV 25414
      o) 304-724-2804
      agibson@apus.edu
      Twitter: @AgilistaAG
    • 21. References
      Beckert, B. A. (2000). A virtual open house. Computer-Aided Engineering, 19(10), 7. Retrieved August 15, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database.
      Daj, A., & Chirca, A. (2009). E-marketing tools and the new dimension of integrated marketing communications in European higher education services. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 12, 36-45. Retrieved October 1, 2009, from Education Research Complete database.
      Garrison, D. R., Anderson, T., & Archer, W. (2000). Critical inquiry in a text-based environment: Computer conferencing in higher education. The Internet and Higher Education, 2(2-3), 87-105.
      McDaniel-Shaughney, D. (2006). Virtual education events a success at Anne Arundel Community College. Community College Week, 18(16), 8-17. Retrieved May, 7, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database.
      Patterson Lorenzetti, J. (2008). How to construct a virtual open house. Distance Education Report, 12(16), 1-7.
      Shea, P., & Bidjerano, T. (2009). Community of inquiry as a theoretical framework to foster “epistemic engagement” and “cognitive presence” in online education. Computers & Education, 52(3), 543-553. Retrieved October 1, 2009, from Academic Search Premier database.

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