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Learning Network Competencies for Student Affairs Professionals

Learning Network Competencies for Student Affairs Professionals



Learning Network Competencies for Student Affairs Professionals

Learning Network Competencies for Student Affairs Professionals
#ACPA11 Convention
Monday, March 28, 2011
5:45-6:45 pm
Session Program #320
Room #341



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    Learning Network Competencies for Student Affairs Professionals Learning Network Competencies for Student Affairs Professionals Presentation Transcript

    • Emerging Technology forEmerging Leaders: Online Tools for Professional Development Julie Larsen, Academic Advisor II, University of Texas at Dallas Laura Pasquini, Academic Advisor II, University of North Texas
    • Networks have always existed.
    • If we need the extra push over the cliff, you know what we do? Spinal Tap, 1984
    • “... networks reconfigure themselves in real-time, on a global local scale, andpermeate all domains of social life. This iswhy we live in a network society, not in an information society or a knowledge society.” Castells, 2004
    • The Personal Web "...a growing set of free and simple tools and applications... a personal web — that explicitly supports one’s social, professional, learning and other activities via highly personalized windows to the networked world. Online material can be saved, tagged, categorized, and repurposed without difficulty and without any special knowledge of how web pages are put together...creating and distributing content, to organizing one’s personal and professional time, to developing a library of resources that constantly refresh and update themselves... The 2009 Horizon Report http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2009
    • Learning Network Competenciesfor Student Affairs Professionals 1. Explore the Network 2. Establish Your Identity 3. Personalize Your Learning Experience 4. Connect & Collaborate 5. Challenge Yourself
    • 1. Explore the Network
    • The Ol’ Skool Way to Connect
    • Social Media/Web photo c/o socialmedialinkedmedia Flickr• community• share• collaborate• web-based• interaction• user-centered• design• social
    • What does your Student Affairs Network look like? 5K Twitter Browser
    • “Community cannot for long feed on itself; it can only flourish with the comingof others from beyond, their unknown and undiscovered brothers [and sisters].” Howard Thurman
    • Let Us Google That For You...
    • Search on LinkedIn
    • What’s in a Hash Tag?
    • Other Places To Search 35 wordle.net
    • 2. Establish Your Identity
    • Where do you log in on social web? [Discuss.]
    • In the Beginning...[Ooh. Ooh. Let me try!]
    • The LinkedIn ProfileCustomized URL e.g. linkedin/in/YourName
    • A Few Good Twitter Profile Bios
    • Google Profile Anyone? profiles.google.com
    • Are there other socialnetworks for SA Pros? Mendeley.com Academia.edu SlideShare.net Others?
    • 3. Personalize YourLearning Experience
    • Overwhelmed Yet?Personalizing Your Learning Allows You to: • Maintain online presence • Filter & organize information • Create categories • Archive & save for later • Share learning resources
    • Organizing The Streams hootsuite.com
    • What’s In A List?
    • Save It For Later delicious.com
    • Collect & Read List google.com/reader
    • Professional Reflection http://josephginese.wordpress.com/
    • Personal Learning Networks (PLNs)• Mentors• Challenges• Listens• Educates• Shares• Engages YouTube Video: PLN Functions
    • 4. Connect & Collaborate Flickr photo c/o furiousgeorge81
    • Do You Have a Tech BFF? [Tell Us About It.] Flickr photo c/o hoodlumper
    • Making Connections1. You do not have to know it all.2. Start the conversation3. Respond to others4. Give thanks5. Pay it forward6. Social web = be social
    • What motivates you to engage online?Do you prefer specific web platforms? [Discuss.]
    • LinkedIn Groups•Discussions: like, comment, reply, or flag•Groups You May Like•Group Directory•Create a Group•Active Members•Connect to Others
    • The The SA Affairs Collaborative Student Bloggers http://thesabloggers.org/ • Group of peers & pros • RSS - Blog resources • SA Forum & Directory • #SAChat Weekly Discussion • Twitter: @The_SA_Blog Hashtag: #SAChat
    • BreakDrinkhttp://breakdrink.com • Student Affairs Podcast • Campus Tech Connection • Jamie & Ed On Duty • FREE Online Conferences • Bookstore • StudentAffairs.tv • Twitter: @BreakDrink • Hashtags: #CTCX & #BreakDrink
    • 5. Challenge Yourself
    • Have A Bit of Chat Flickr photo c/o UrbanMuser
    • A Friendly Sounding Board
    • And Just Because... Flickr photo c/o thomashawk
    • But we need to...B’MORE!
    • Don’t Be A Fail Whale
    • You Have To Leave The Hive Map Your Own: inmaps.linkedinlabs.com
    • Signal vs. Noise
    • Get Your Learn On Together @SAGradMOD
    • Empower + Inspire = Sharing #WLSalt
    • Contributions to the Field @tomkrieglstein @micala @tjoosten @reyjunco
    • Q&A
    • Thanks!Stay Connected:• Julie Larsen Flickr photo c/o souvenirsofcanada • http://www.linkedin.com/in/julieclarsen• Laura Pasquini • http://about.me/laurapasquini