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Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
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What impact do Web 2.0 technologies have on faculty development? From the perspective of the Center for Teaching and Learning, the uses of blogs, wikis, podcasts and social bookmarking has the …

What impact do Web 2.0 technologies have on faculty development? From the perspective of the Center for Teaching and Learning, the uses of blogs, wikis, podcasts and social bookmarking has the potential to radically transform the landscape of professional development. Harnessing these technologies may be one challenge. Those involved in teaching and learning and faculty development will leave with real-world examples of these technologies and see their uses in teaching, learning and faculty development.

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  • CIT-S-152 David M Peter 06/05/09
  • Transcript

    • 1. Session Information S-152
      • Key Presenter: David Peter, Director, CTL Vincennes University
      • Session Format: Forum
      • Session Title: Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools
      • Track: Emerging and Future Educational Technology
      • Date and Time: Monday, Oct 20, 2008 (4:30 PM - 5:30 PM)
      • Scheduled Location: 150 B, Lower Level
    • 2.
      • What impact do Web 2.0 technologies have on faculty development? Harnessing these technologies may be one challenge. From the perspective of the CTL, the use of blogs, wikis, podcasts, and social bookmarking has the potential to radically transform the landscape of professional development. Educators involved in teaching, learning, and faculty development discuss real-world examples of these technologies and see their uses in teaching, learning, and faculty development.
    • 3. Frontline Faculty Development Technology Tools David Peter, Director Center for Teaching and Learning Vincennes University
    • 4. Guiding questions
      • What impact do Web 2.0 technologies have on faculty development?
      • Do these tools provide more meaningful experiences and better educational outcomes than traditional methods?
    • 5. Common terms, common definitions
    • 6. Common terms, common definitions
      • Define instructional technology
        • From the faculty perspective
      • Define information technology
        • From the faculty perspective
      • Define educational technology
        • From the faculty perspective
    • 7. Role and use and integration of technology
    • 8. Role and use and integration of technology
      • Compare and contrast views of and uses for technology
      • Define or list Web 2.0 technologies
        • Social
        • Collaborative
        • Transparent
        • Networking
    • 9. Compare and contrast views of and uses for technology
    • 10. Views of and uses for technology
      • Institutional, teaching (instruction), learning (learner)
      • Instruction paradigm versus learning paradigm
      • Role of technology versus content versus intended use
    • 11. Define or list Web 2.0 technologies
    • 12. Web 2.0 technologies
      • Social technologies - creating, developing, sustaining communities
      • Networking technologies - providing connections to shared interests
      • Collaborative technologies - providing platform for shared space, creating focused deliverables
      • Transparent technologies - no interference in daily, typical life, extension of normalcy
    • 13. What impact do Web 2.0 technologies have on faculty development?
    • 14. Why use technology?
      • To improve processes (uniformity and standardization)
      • To develop skills (exposure and awareness)
      • To MEET the students’ expectations and,
      • To IMPROVE THE QUALITY of instruction, teaching, and learning
    • 15. How can technology develop faculty?
      • Provide ‘just-in-time’ training
      • Focus on breadth and depth (as needed or required)
      • Demonstrate PEDAGOGICALLY appropriate uses of technology
      • Infuse technology into the classroom through modeling
    • 16. What impact does Web 2.0 have on faculty development?
      • Overview of professional/faculty development
      • Focused, timely
      • Topical development
      • Technology and faculty development - key elements for success
    • 17. Advantages/strengths of Web 2.0
      • Role of use in teaching and learning
      • Ubiquitous, pervasive, mobile, flexible, social, scalable
      • Mimics student uses of technology, student perceptions of role of technology and student expectations
      • Almost commonplace for students, shifting to faculty
    • 18. Multiple modalities of delivery part of technology
      • Audio
      • Video
      • Multimedia
      • Print
      • Interactive
      • Simulations
    • 19. Flexible delivery enhanced by technology
      • Just-in-time (on demand)
      • Individual focus (individualized)
      • Small group focus, or (focus on process)
      • Large group focus (general focus on process)
    • 20. Next Steps
    • 21. The greatest barrier or impediment to faculty development is TIME … time available for attending a 2 hour workshop, once a month, for one semester. We need to rethink TIME in faculty development.
    • 22. Uses of technology
      • Informational
      • Pedagogically based, classroom strategies
      • Teaching resources
      • Just-in-time delivery
      • Review
    • 23. Impact of technology on faculty development
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Podcasts
      • Social bookmarking
    • 24. Focus
      • With blogs, wikis, and podcasts
        • Provide focused training
        • Provide topical training
        • Provide just-in-time training
        • Provide refresher/sustainment training
      • New technologies match new demands on faculty
    • 25. Concluding Thoughts Regardless of the size of the impact, impact is made EVEN if only ONE faculty member is reached … the new technologies will ENCOURAGE faculty to return … we should PROVIDE professional development for ALL faculty, at ALL times, and at ALL locations … and Web 2.0 allows us to do this
    • 26. David Peter, Director Center for Teaching and Learning Vincennes University Email: [email_address] Phone: 812-888-5815 URL: www.vinu.edu/ctl

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