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    ETUG Spidergram report ETUG Spidergram report Document Transcript

    • CONTEXTCOMMUNITYCULTIVATIONINDIVIDUALPARTICIPATIONCONTENTPUBLISHINGPROJECTSRELATIONSHIPSACCESS TOEXPERTISEMEETINGSOPEN ENDEDCONVERSATIONS12345from panel individual post panel
    • Connecting to outside expertise, e.g presenters foran interest group.Facilitating the development of interest groups. Soself organized people with same interest can cometogether.Connecting with subject experts.Profiles with info about member expertise, to makeexperts visible.Facilitation knowledge sharing, so expertiseis exchanged through: Arum, etc...Agenda building: tools like wiki to create, share ordistribute using dropbox or evernote, blog, etc...Scheduling: using tools like doodle or mtg wizard orusing institutional calendaring tools like Entourageor Outlook.Meeting space: collaborate like tools to captureknowledge nad communicating that actHow do we participate in Etug beyondthe workshops?Who is Etug for?What is the mandate of Etug? Internaland External?Is Etug a community of individuals or ofrepresentitives?Historical strength of Etug, interpersonaland organizational.Dynamic come and go nature. Foundation forit all. Self-defined outcomes of relationshipsMultilevel opportunities, open doors,meaningful connection.e.g faculty development strategies: tools, leaningdesigns, ed tech related research projectsMulti-institutional collaboration on projects that arerelevant to all of our institutions.1. Identify project need2. Find Etug partners3. Share resources to get project done.
    • Picking up on themes from Twitter, workshops, etc...and bringing people together online.International audience/participants? - broader baseto draw from.Tools need to be low barrier (tools for communitydiscussion e.x Skype?).Listserv may be useful.Informality important - pub night once a month?Arranged by people in each locale.SCoPE is a good model - can we use for openended conversations?Theme based conversations - you can choose whatinterests you.Publish: copyright issues + relevence (after themeeting).Capture: online seminars, workshops, meetings.Keep building activities, hopefully people that areinterested get involved.Faculty, many of them dont see themselves aseTech people.Make sure there are always means to push and pull.Different members need different things.Communication within institutions is difficult. Hardto get members.Great to have sessions/workshops recorded andavailable afterwards allow people to access whenthey can.Find different ways to get people in, need to findother pathways.Need to create a sense of ownership - to feel youare a member.Institutional support for participation.Requirement (incentive) to share what youre doing(active participant).Meetings are important for community cultivation.Tools: Twitter (Facebook like?), Collaborate (spacefor real time), Linkedin (professional group). Why orwhy not?So many places to fo - it would need to be compel-ling. Time is an issue. Someone to createliaisons/relationships?An important node in our networks.Projects/events may be an important way tocultivate community.