Supporting Students Cross-Campus Collaboration Through Educational Social Networking [Sloan-C, San Francisco: June 18, 2009]

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The presentation features two innovative approaches utilizing educational and professional social networking sites to support instruction in the classroom, engage students in extracurricular …

The presentation features two innovative approaches utilizing educational and professional social networking sites to support instruction in the classroom, engage students in extracurricular activities, and showcase student work to potential employers.

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Christoph Winkler: http://www.linkedin.com/in/christophwinkler
Edgar Troudt: http://www.linkedin.com/in/troudt

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  • 1. International Symposium Emerging Technology Applications San Francisco, CA - June 17-19, 2009 Supporting Students’ Cross-Campus Collaboration Through Educational Social Networking Christoph Winkler [email_address] Edgar Troudt [email_address]
  • 2.
    • Third-Largest Public University System
    • Nation’s Largest Urban University
    • 480,000 Students (46% of New York’s College population)
    • 23 Institutions
    • 11 Senior Colleges
    • 6 Community Colleges
  • 3.  
  • 4. A Closed Social Network for Teaching and Learning
    • The CUNY IVE Leadership Program
    • Emerging Technologies and Program Evolution
      • Discussion Boards
      • CMSs/LMSs
      • Social Networking
    • Social Networking Beyond Graduation
      • LinkedIn as e-Portfolio for CUNY students?
    • Discussion
  • 5. The CUNY IVE Leadership Program
    • Started in 2003
    • 550 Student Participants
    • Students work on self-identified projects
    • Problem Identification and Problem Solving (IT, Environmentalism, Social Activism, Health)
    • Teamwork & Networking
    • Communication & Coaching
    • Certificates & Awards
    • Summer Stipends & Internship Opportunities
    • IVE Alumni & Senior Mentorship
    • 3 Credits (!!!)
  • 6. The CUNY IVE Leadership Program
  • 7. Emerging Technologies and Program Evolution
      • Discussion Boards (phpbb)
      • CMS/LMS (Moodle)
      • Social Networking (Ning)
  • 8. The Millennial Generation
    • Known as Gen-Y, Internet- or Digital-Generation
    • Born 1981-1993, now entering college.
    • Embrace technology: gaming, rich media, social networking.
    (References: Deloitte, 2006 and Facebook.com)
  • 9. Source : Measurement and Analysis of Online Social Networks Mislove, Marcon, Gummadi, Druschel, Bhattacharjee Saarbrucken, Germany; UMD College Park Social Network Graph Size
  • 10. Ning Social Network [ Visit IVE Ning ]
  • 11. Ning Social Network Blogs Groups Photos Videos
  • 12. Ning Social Network [ Visit IVE Ning ]
  • 13. Ning Social Network [ Visit IVE Ning ]
  • 14. Ning Social Network [ Visit IVE Ning ]
  • 15. Ongoing Recruitment
  • 16. Total Membership
  • 17. Membership by College
  • 18. Membership by College and Cycle
  • 19. Levels of Participation 2008-09
  • 20.
    • Community Projects
    • CUNY Projects
    • The Jeneba School Fundraising Project
    • Metropolitan Summer Day Camp
    • Accessible New York
    • A Piece of the Dream
    • Lupus Foundation of Pennsylvania Wolf Pack Kit
    • Bridge to College
    • NixyFlixy
    • Hunter College Learning Center
    • More Affordable and Efficient Transportation for CUNY Students!
    • Slow Food KCC Chapter
    • InYourClass TM
    • Hunter College Service-Learning Center
    • The Young Vote
    • Best Buddies
    Sample Leadership Projects
  • 21.
    • Linking e-Portfolios to Social Networking?
    • Many Approaches to e-Portfolios
    • e-Portfolios: Online Representation of (Learning) Outcomes for a Selected Audience with a Specific Purpose
    Social Networking Beyond Graduation
  • 22. LinkedIn as e-Portfolio Showcase [ Visit LinkedIn]
  • 23. LinkedIn as e-Portfolio Showcase [ Visit LinkedIn]
  • 24. LinkedIn as e-Portfolio Showcase [ Visit LinkedIn]
  • 25. Discussion Supporting Students’ Cross-Campus Collaboration Through Educational Social Networking
  • 26. International Symposium Emerging Technology Applications San Francisco, CA - June 17-19, 2009 Supporting Students’ Cross-Campus Collaboration Through Educational Social Networking Christoph Winkler CWinkler @ive.cuny. edu [email] http ://www.linkedin.com/in/ christophwinkler [linkedIn] Edgar Troudt ETroudt @kbcc.cuny.edu [email] http ://www.linkedin.com/in/ troudt [linkedIn]