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    I Don't Have Your Ph.D. : Working with Faculty and the Web I Don't Have Your Ph.D. : Working with Faculty and the Web Presentation Transcript

    • I Don’t Have Your Ph.D. Working with Faculty & the Web Amanda Costello, B.A. (English Lit) College of Education and Human Development University of Minnesota @amandaesque
    • Hello My name is Amanda
    • How we Work
    • Here’s one way to do it
    • The Specialist Snowflake
    • Levels of Specialization • Overall Field
 (Family Social Science) • Sub-Field
 (Couple & Family Therapy) • Specific Topics
 (Relationship Decision-Making)
    • Ego + Specialization = Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/30744708@N00/320161805/
    • Ph.D. People Problems Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/30744708@N00/320161805/
    • “This semester…” “My research…” “Too Busy!”
    • We Generalists, We happy generalists
    • Make This work A Step By Step Guide
    • 1: Meet Everyone
    • Welcome to the Web Team! Not as scary as it sounds, I promise
    • 2. Solo Meetings Photo Credit: Tojosan http://www.flickr.com/photos/28069288@N00/438126971/
    • Create Demand Photo Credit: Lotus Carroll http://www.flickr.com/photos/11248435@N04/9720369538/
    • http://pixabay.com/en/llama-light-llama-banana-ears-195797/ 3. Listen
    • Type One: You have great ideas! Here is all my content on time. You do what you think is best.
    • Type two: We need to be on facebook.
    • Involved? Good. Photo Credit: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b2/Iron_Man_statue_%284840270076%29.jpg
    • www.theconversationprism.com
    • specialist homework 1. Who is this site for? 2. Who is this site not for? 3. Are there other sites 
 like this?
    • Type three: Internet? NOPE
    • Bring out the big listening guns
    • It’s not you It’s someone like YOU Photo Credit: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/ff/Cat_on_laptop_-_Just_Browsing.jpg
    • Understand Their Specialty Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/austinevan/1225274637/
    • improv listening guns 1. “Yes”
 2. “Yes, and”
 3. Make statements
    • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Doctoralhood.png 4. you’re a pro
    • Do not tolerate Incivility Respect needs to happen, even if you don’t like someone or agree
    • Pick your battles Is this a hill worth dying on?
    • Work with Grad students and feed them
    • Let’s Do this
    • Thank you! Let’s be in touch amandac@umn.edu ! I can drink lattes forever.