The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Online

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The closing plenary presentation at Innovations in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at Liberal Arts College, at Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, given with Barbara Cambridge on March 6, 2009.

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The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Online

  1. 1. The
Scholarship
of
Teaching
and
 Learning
Online
 Darren
Cambridge

 Innova:ons
in
the
Scholarship
of
Teaching
and
 Learning
at
Liberal
Arts
Colleges
 Crawfordsville,
IN
 March
8,
2009

  2. 2. (Re)defining
Scholarship
 •  Work
 •  Genres
 •  Made
public
 •  New
grada:ons
of
 publicness
 •  Reviewed
by
peers
 •  New
processes
 •  Available
for
reuse
 •  New
venues

  3. 3. New
Genres:
The
Course
Por0olio
 Knowledge
Media
Lab
Gallery
of
Teaching
and
Learning

 hOp://gallery.carnegiefounda:on.org/

  4. 4. New
Genres:
Course
por0olios
at
San
Francisco
State

  5. 5. New
genres:
Online
“posters”
 Visible
Knowledge
Project
 hOp://cndls.georgetown.edu/crossroads/vkp/

  6. 6. Capstone
Course
PorVolio
 •  Composed
within
a
faculty
learning
community
 focused
on
the
senior
capstone
experience
 •  One
context
for
more
deliberate
collabora:ve
 scholarship
of
teaching
and
learning
 •  Working
porVolio
as
a
genre
and
wiki
as
a
tool
for
 collabora:ve
scholarship
of
teaching
and
learning


  7. 7. New
Grada:ons
of
Publicness
 Network
 Private
 Protopublic
 Public

  8. 8. WebCenter
as
Protopublic
Space


  9. 9. Inter/Na:onal
Coali:on
for
Electronic
 PorVolio
Research

  10. 10. New
forms
of
review:
MERLOT
 hOp://merlot.org/

  11. 11. New
forms
of
reuse:
OpenEd
PracGces
 hOp://openedprac:ces.org/

  12. 12. Electronic
Por,olios
2.0:
Emergent
 Findings
and
Shared
Ques;ons
 •  Collec:on
of
24
 chapters
detailing
 research
from
three
 cohorts
of
the
 Coali:on
 •  Out
next
week
from
 Stylus


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