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Scholarship of engagement and scholarship of eXtension

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    Scholarship of eXtenison Scholarship of eXtenison Presentation Transcript

    • Scholarship of eXtension Rangelands Community of Practice Meeting March 17, 2009 Boise, Idaho
    • Scholarship of eXtension The focus is to discuss and provide guidelines for the multifaceted scholarly aspects of work done by faculty and other professionals in the eXtension environment. http://about.extension.org/wiki/The_Scholarship_of_eXtension
    • Reporting – Promotion and Tenure My Contributions (Date & type of activity/contribution for any action) Metadata Description Language Coverage Technical description Rights description Type Typical age range Contributor role Peer-review role
    • Reporting – Promotion and Tenure My Contributions (Date & type of activity/contribution for any action) FAQ/AaE Individual, FAQ’s Authored Edited Peer reviewed Peer published Number of questions answered from AaE
    • Reporting – Promotion and Tenure My Contributions (Date & type of activity/contribution for any action) Public and Internal sites Number of Web conferences or On-line chats conducted Number of participants per session How many times each session recording was accessed
    • Metrics – Promotion and Tenure Google Analytics Use/coverage CoP topic use/coverage
    • State and Institutional Reports 2008
    • Discussion