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Transparency in student teamwork

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Lisa Rapple, Linda Treinish, and Kevin Dean discuss early adopter's experiences in using GoogleDocs for student collaborative work.

Lisa Rapple, Linda Treinish, and Kevin Dean discuss early adopter's experiences in using GoogleDocs for student collaborative work.

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  • 1. Transparency in Student Teamwork: Walking around the classroom using GoogleDocs
    Lisa Rapple
    Kevin Dean
    Linda Treinish
  • 2. What we will be sharing?
    What is GoogleDoc , what is it good for? Lisa Rapple
    What are some simple uses, complex uses? Lisa Rapple
    How does GoogleDocintegrate with LMS? Lisa Rapple
    An example of a simple use: Class collaboration to edit a document - Kevin Dean
    An example of a more complex use: Teams collaborate to create a new document - Linda Treinish
    Housekeeping items such as where to get instructions and tutorials, what to consider for archiving student work - Lisa Rapple
  • 3. What is a GoogleDoc?
    (click on the image) 3 minute video
  • 4. Collaborative work in a F2F classroom
    Discussions originated in F2F classrooms, they were either undocumented or scribed. The team could share the document, but can not view at the same time, unless…. They used a flipchart.
    A true collaboration of the document was awkward.
  • 5. Collaborative work in an online classroom
    Discussion Board provides order and a place to discuss, BUT how does the group share a document? Usually by e-mail or by posting chunks of data. There is no shared workspace synchronous or asynchronous. Usually a “leader” will collect input and collate the document. Students tend to chunk the assignment into smaller individual assignments.
  • 6. Collaborative Document in an online classroom
    Individual work blends with other individuals to become collaborative. Editing and original work overlaps. Discussion may take place on the document or in a discussion board, however students tend to want to discuss in the same space that they collaboratively work.
  • 7. Collaborative Document in an online classroom: how do we do it?
    The owner initially creates the document, spreadsheet, or PowerPoint.
    (Instructor or student representative)
    The owner shares the document, spreadsheet, or PowerPoint with collaborators.
    How do we do this in a secured Learning Management System??
  • 8. Sharing a Collaborative Document in an online classroom
    A simple page link or “embed”
  • 9. Sharing a Collaborative Document in an online classroom
    A simple page link or “embed” Team controlled- in a folder
  • 10. Kevin Dean’s online course:Class collaborates to edit a document
  • 11. Linda Treinish’s online course:Teams collaborate to create documents
    WITHIN ANGEL, each image and link is controlled by team enrollments, so when a student is assigned to a team will they see the link and image:
    Team 1 view: Team 2 view: Team 3 view:
  • 12. The students first attempt at collaboration using GoogleDoc
  • 13. Using GoogleDoc to write a team paper
    https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=17SuAc3l7fgZBL3jxhLVS2YUklS9WzwGX9O0w9obc3pg&hl=en&authkey=CN3o16sI#
  • 14. Organizing: Creating a Template
    https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AeoGIqKjz9G2ZGY0bjNybTZfMGhkZ200dnQ5&authkey=CKTuj5ME&hl=en
  • 15. Using GoogleDoc to gather information
  • 16. Collating Survey Data
    Survey Results:
    https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Ahg3gWdJBA9kdG03N3F2NUo5ZFAwYmhGamQxcTBlenc&hl=en#gid=0
  • 17. What are the classroom implications?
    (click on the image) 4 minute video