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ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
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ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
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ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
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ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
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ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities
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ITS Forum 2008: Connecting Communities

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A view into how we are using face to face and the web to engage with our growing communities at Penn State.

A view into how we are using face to face and the web to engage with our growing communities at Penn State.

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  • 1. Engaging our Communities Cole W. Camplese Director, Education Technology Services cole@psu.edu http://www.personal.psu.edu/cwc5/blogs/updates
  • 2. Definitions
  • 3. en gage cause someone to become involved in (a conversation or discussion)
  • 4. com mu ni ty a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals
  • 5. con ver sa tion the informal exchange of ideas
  • 6. Our Communities 3 Groups http://www.flickr.com/photos/f-r-a-n-k/515745060/
  • 7. Students
  • 8. Short eTtention Span?
  • 9. Short eTtention Span?
  • 10. Student Challenges “Technology is only technology to those born before technology.” --Alan Kay
  • 11. This Changes Everything • How they access information • How they connect with media • How they control media • How they create media
  • 12. This Changes Everything Search is research • How they access information • How they connect with media • How they control media • How they create media
  • 13. This Changes Everything 40% of our students watch TV on their • How they accessinformation computer • How they connect with media • How they control media • How they create media
  • 14. This Changes Everything • How they access information DVR/TiVo is the way to • How they connect with media consume • How they control media • How they create media
  • 15. This Changes Everything • How they access information • How they connect with media at PSU create media 32% • How they control media • How they create media
  • 16. This Changes Everything • How they access information • How they connect with media • How they control media • How they create media
  • 17. 23% spend more than 5 hours a week in online social spaces
  • 18. So we know they’ll engage given the right set of opportunities.
  • 19. Faculty
  • 20. Faculty • More than ever, faculty are expecting new opportunities to engage students • As soon as we embraced a more open culture, they started coming to us • Our focus has been on the first two thirds of the curve
  • 21. Systematic Approach to Faculty Engagement
  • 22. Driving Adoption
  • 23. Driving Adoption
  • 24.  All sorts of ways to make our audiences aware of opportunities:  Hot Teams  Engagement Initiative  Face-to-face  Online  Podcasts
  • 25.  Smallteams dedicated to exploring a single technology or approach for use in teaching and learning  Short time cycles – about 5 weeks  Deliverablesinclude white papers, presentations, and recommendations on further investigation
  • 26.  Outcomes are shared with interested faculty  We work alongside them to provide:  Guidance  Support  Assessment  Equipment/Funding  Welearn so much more by watching them
  • 27.  Readone of our Hot Team white papers on podcasting  Thought she’d be interested in trying it out  Proposal asked for a handful of iPod Nanos with voice recorders
  • 28.  Newspaper story pointed us to her blog  Therewe came across links to podcasts … cool enough
  • 29. They produced enhanced podcasts & interactive tours of each entry She took her students to D.C. for the Solar Decathlon Students investigated every house and plotted them in Google Earth
  • 30. New ideas + Faculty Engagement = New Learning Environments
  • 31. Learning Design Community
  • 32. Who? • People just like all of us working to enhance teaching and learning with technology • Getting out in front has given us the potential to excite new parts of our community • Open invitations encourage participation
  • 33. (in)Formal Opportunities • Tweet Meet • BS Breakfasts • BS Bookclub • ETS Talk Podcast
  • 34. (in)Formal Opportunities By the community • Tweet Meet • BS Breakfasts • BS Bookclub • ETS Talk Podcast
  • 35. (in)Formal Opportunities Every Friday at 9 • Tweet Meet AM at Irving’s • BS Breakfasts • BS Bookclub • ETS Talk Podcast
  • 36. (in)Formal Opportunities • Tweet Meet Wiki Decisions • BS Breakfasts and Discussions • BS Bookclub • ETS Talk Podcast
  • 37. (in)Formal Opportunities • Tweet Meet • BS Breakfasts Recorded and • BS Bookclub Shared in an Hour • ETS Talk Podcast
  • 38. Technology’s Role
  • 39. Do you remember the first Internet?
  • 40. Web 1.0 • The first time around the web was: • Very static • Hard to create for Photo Credit: Gregory Williams via Flickr
  • 41. HTML
  • 42. Web 1.0 • The first time around the web was: • Very static • Hard to create for • A one way platform (except for commerce) Originally built to allow scientists and researchers to share and collaborate at a Photo Credit: Gregory Williams via Flickr distance.
  • 43. Web 1.0
  • 44. Web 1.0
  • 45. Web 2.0 “architecture of participation” --Tim O’Reilly
  • 46. Let’s just simplify ...
  • 47. Web 2.0 • For our conversation, Web 2.0 is: • Easy • Available • Collaborative • Web 2.0 is participation • Web 2.0 is people
  • 48. So, why not tap into this space?
  • 49. How ETS is Taking Advantage of Web 2.0 A few examples
  • 50. Social Spaces • Environments that enable: • Profile creation • FOAF opportunities • Ad hoc group formation • Connections and collaboration
  • 51. FaceBook • Nationally 75-85% of College students are in the FaceBook • 83% of PSU students are in the FB 8% are starting in High School ... today • 60% log in daily and 80% update their profiles several times a month!
  • 52. “I just can’t be a college student without Facebook”
  • 53. What other brands have this loyalty?
  • 54. Social Opportunities
  • 55. PSU Library FB Application • First day available nearly 900 students added the application • About 2,000 current users • Dozens of searches a day out of the FB
  • 56. Public Information
  • 57. Fresh Content • Everyday a TLT Coffee Read is posted by Jamie
  • 58. Fresh Content • Everyday a TLT Coffee Read is posted by Jamie • Every Friday Jamie posts the TLT BuzzLion
  • 59. Fresh Content • Everyday a TLT Coffee Read is posted by Jamie • Every Friday Jamie posts the TLT BuzzLion • Fresh content everyday fills up subscribers RSS readers and powers google results
  • 60. Love to say we’re number one, but I’ll take second place in a crowded space! #2 out of 64,400,000 results
  • 61. Fresh Content • Everyday a TLT Coffee Read is posted by Jamie • Every Friday Jamie posts the TLT BuzzLion • Fresh content everyday fills up subscribers RSS readers and powers google results • Twitter takes over from there
  • 62. Followers • People that follow you see all your updates • Can send direct (private) messages • Can send a public message using @username
  • 63. So what? (mash-up)
  • 64. Analytics
  • 65. Analytics
  • 66. Real Time Woopra
  • 67. Real Time Woopra
  • 68. Connected communities are changing the speed in which conversations are shared.
  • 69. Another Example
  • 70. Internet users watched 10 billion videos online in December 2007. http://www.comscore.com/press/release.asp?press=2051
  • 71. New conversations.
  • 72. Mashed up over 2,000 times.
  • 73. Mashed up over 2,000 times.
  • 74. 33% of PSU faculty use YouTube as a classroom technology.
  • 75. http://youtube.com/psutlt
  • 76. New Support Models
  • 77. Maybe the notion of Web 2.0 is important
  • 78. The Community Hub • Each major initiative is supported by an online Community Hub space • Every member of the Penn State community is free to access and create content • Open access for anyone to read
  • 79. ANGEL Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel
  • 80. Opportunities to Engage ANGEL Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel
  • 81. Podcasts Videocasts Town Hall ANGEL Shorts Meetings Opportunities to Engage ELSS Program TLA Program ANGEL Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel
  • 82. ANGEL Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel
  • 83. Some First Year Stats ANGEL Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel
  • 84. Over 1500 Over 200 members unique posts Over 1500 Some First Year Stats Over 150 RSS subscribers unique comments ANGEL Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel
  • 85. Connect Community Hub http://meeting.psu.edu
  • 86. Recent Milestones Connect Community Hub http://meeting.psu.edu
  • 87. Nearly Launched on 10,000 April 1, 2007 registered users Over Recent Milestones Multiple posts 10,000 reads a per day month Connect Community Hub http://meeting.psu.edu
  • 88. Educational Gaming Community Hub http://gaming.psu.edu/
  • 89. Learning Design Community Hub http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/learningdesign
  • 90. Digital Commons http://digitalcommons.psu.edu
  • 91. Podcasting Community Hub http://podcasts.psu.edu
  • 92. Blogging Community Hub http://blogger.psu.edu
  • 93. Symposium Community Hub http://sympsoium.tlt.psu.edu/
  • 94. Community Aggregator http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/communities
  • 95. Online Driving Face to Face
  • 96. Learning Design Summer Camp • Two day event at UP bringing together over 100 members of the learning design community • Open design with huge contribution by the community • Wiki planning, registration, organizing, marketing, and everything in between
  • 97. http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/wiki
  • 98. Original Agenda
  • 99. Community Contribution
  • 100. Agenda Set Openly
  • 101. No Forced Planning Community
  • 102. Self Registration
  • 103. Identity Building
  • 104. Community Logos
  • 105. Face to Face
  • 106. TLT Symposium
  • 107. TLT Symposium • Viewed as a flagship event • We are working on driving attendance for next year • Blogging, photo sharing, podcasts, and so much more used to extend the event across PSU
  • 108. April 19, 2009
  • 109. Discussion

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