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A co-presentation with Landon Pirius, Emerging/Innovative Technology Certificate programs at Central Lakes College and Inver Hills Community College

A co-presentation with Landon Pirius, Emerging/Innovative Technology Certificate programs at Central Lakes College and Inver Hills Community College

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  • All courses are approved to count towards the AA degree and be accepted in the mn transfer system to 35 schoolsThis certificate will help students to package this learning in a way that demonstrates their knowledge and skills in various digital media areas. It would help students both in a personal sense and provide a value-added component to their technical or liberal arts degree.How developed: economy, anecdotal.
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  • Students have been asking for more specific classes to help them to understand, navigate, and use the ever-expanding world of emerging digital media. This certificate will help students to package this learning in a way that demonstrates their knowledge and skills in various technologies and integrate them in to subject areas. It would help students both in a personal sense and provide a value-added component to their technical or liberal arts degree.
  • Explores current technology tools for collaboration, entertainment, professional development, system security, and networking.sites (Friendster, Facebook, LinkedIn)(3D chat, avatars, and online meetings)integration (RSS feeds, wikis, blogs, mashups, podcasts)video (VoIP, TokBox, Skype, Twitter, Windows Live Mesh, Live Meeting, Animoto)(firewall tech, anti-spyware, anti-virus, anti-spam, phishing and identity theft, netiquette), many others.
  • Course will provide basic skills including functions of the following:internet security, password security, applications, functions of the toolbar, windows desktop, file structure, saving, formatting and managing word documents
  • This course covers some of the advanced features and formatting options available in the Lots of returning students older terrified of computers so stressed
  • Instructor comments: In CYBER ETHICS, it seems that the students are readily able to apply concepts from complicated ethical theories, such as utilitarianism - "what's in the best interest of the group" fairly easily. I suppose because so many of them use digital technologies frequently, daily, hourly, by the minute sometimes, they seem to grasp that moral standards have a place in their world. They have been able to apply a concept from Kantian ethics - doing an action because it is RIGHT, regardless of the consequences - and see how it works in areas such as downloading illegal files - etc pretty well. Many of them have finally conceeded that downloading songs for free without regards to the rights of artists - (one of my pet concerns, as I have many musician friends) is probably not in the best interest of everyone - so that's pretty cool......hope this helps. Copy right Tweet unto others as you would have them tweet unto you golden rul
  • PROJECT OD MOVIE audioFlickr, tagging, maps, students seem very motivated, interested, engaged, hungry to learn and experience the new innovations being taught and they delve into the creative assessment projects yielding results beyond expectations.
  • Ning,Steep, shelfariService Learning Credit Go to twitter twubuptownfortworth
  •   As an acting instructor who has witnessed almost-paralysis with first-time acting monologues or scenes, it surprised me that the students seem to have a type of "permission" about video - to just go for it. I am LOVING teaching this class as I realize what a powerful tool for exposure, catalyzing, prodding, video clips from You Tube can be.   They ARE learning about theatre technique, the roles of the 'players' in a production, how difficult acting really is - they are learning.    When some report that they are resolved to go see some live theatre... yah...  I get a little misty-eyed.    The medium of the "now" generation via You Tube is a truly viable way, in 2010, to reach people about the arts


  • 1. Michael amick
    Dean of Academic and Tech. Services
    Central lakes College
    Landon K. Pirius
    Dean of Students
    Inver Hills community College
    Emerging and Innovative Technologies
  • 2. What is Web 2.0???
    Web 1.0 1990’s
    Web 2.0 2000’s
    Web 3.0 2010 + ?
    Created by Dion Hinchcliffe, used with permission CC
  • 3. Social Networks
    73% of teens use social networks (Pew, 2010)
    9 million users in 2006; 400 million today
    3 billion photos uploaded each month
    Average use is 55 minutes per day
    Inver Hills Community College
    100 million in 2006; 250 million in 2009
    Champlain College
  • 4. Social Networks
  • 5. Blogs and Vlogs
    14% of teens blog; down from 28% in 2006 (Pew, 2010)
    Inver Hills Community College (blog)
    St. Thomas University (blog)
    Kansas State University (vlog)
  • 6. Message Updating
    Send event and assignment reminders
    Text messaging
    58% of teens have a cell phone; up from 18% in 2004 (Pew, 2010)
    66% of teens text message (Pew, 2010)
    8% of teens use Twitter (Pew, 2010)
    Inver Hills Community College
  • 7. Message Updating
  • 8. YouTube and Podcasts
    “57% percent of online adults have used the internet to watch or download video” (Pew, 2007).
    Inver Hills Community College
    Sait Polytechnic
  • 9. Virtual Worlds
    A virtual world is a world that exists entirely online
    Virtual avatar (user) interactions
    Ohio University Second Life Campus
    World of Warcraft, Inver Hills Community College
  • 10. Emerging Digital Technology Certificate
  • 11. Emerging Digital Tech Certificate
    Program Requires 16 credits.
    Required Course: Comp 1120 3 cr.
    Survey of Web-Based Tools
  • 12. Emerging Digital Tech Certificate
    13 credits from 2 disciplines (cont)
    Immersive Worlds- Etec 1120 2
    Digital Photography - Arts 1420 3
    Cyber Ethics - Phil 1420 3
    Online Social Networking- Spch 1472 3
    You Tube is a Stage - Thtr 1430 3
  • 13. Emerging Digital Tech Certificate
    13 credits from 2 disciplines (cont)
    Intro to Computer Apps- Comp 1120 3
    Adv. Computer Apps - Comp 1121 3
    Software Evaluation - Comp 2127 3
  • 14. How do you..
    So many new applications with so many possibilities.
    Students asking for learning opportunities that include new technologies.
    Post a video to You Tube?
    Get going in 2nd Life?
    Host a webinar meeting?
    Is Windows 7 better?
  • 15. Survey of Web-Based Tools
  • 22. Computer Basics-Applications
    How a computer works
    Managing files
    Utilization of help and support feature within apps.
  • 23. Advanced Computer Applications
    Microsoft Office suite applications of Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
  • 24. Software Evaluation
    Evaluation of emerging product technologies. Content varies with new releases and software betas.
  • 25. Immersive Worlds,
    Second Lives, and Avatars
    Introduces immersive 3-D virtual environments
    Explore Wonderland, Second Life, and massive multi-user gaming worlds
    Learn to enter worlds
    Travel from place to place,
    Communicate, host a meeting, and, create objects.
    Must be 18 years or older.
  • 26. Examines philosophical theory and digital technologies.
    Critique ethical theories and how they would impact the digital world.
    Cyber Ethics
    Or If Aristotle had a Laptop
  • 27. Digital Photography
    Photo Essay
    Basic skills involved in creating and understanding Digital Photography.
    Gain ability to use digital media as a vehicle of artistic expression.
  • 28. Online Social Networking
    Introduce students to examples of current online social networking platforms.
    Explore evaluate communication choices for purpose, appropriateness, and effectiveness of message development.
    cc turtlemom4bacon flickr
  • 29. You Tube As a Stage
    Successfully locate videos that show elements of theatre production and performance.
    Do good use of Theatre elements help make videos viral?
    Produce videos showing theatrical elements and techniques.
  • 30. Emerging Digital Tech Certificate
    Other/Future Courses
    Webinars, web meetings
    Digital video
    Digital audio
  • 31. Innovative Technology & Instruction (ITI) Certificate
  • 32. ITI Certificate
    This program is designed to prepare educators and trainers for using innovative technologies to engage students and improve their learning experiences. Students will learn about innovative instructional technologies and strategies and how to apply them immediately to their classrooms.
    Landon Pirius, Dean of Students
    Melissa Landin, Communications Faculty
  • 33. ITI Certificate
    K-12 instructors
    Higher Ed instructors
    Corporate trainers
    9-15 credits
    2 required courses
    4 elective courses
  • 34. ITI Certificate
    Required Core Curriculum (5 credits)
    ITI 1100: Introduction to Innovative Technology and Instruction, 3cr
    ITI 1105: Evaluation Strategies, 2cr
  • 35. ITI Certificate
    Electives (must choose 4 courses)
    ITI 1110: Online Instructional Tools and Strategies, 3cr
    ITI 1115: Using Technology with Groups, 2cr
    ITI 1120: Use of Multimedia, 2cr
    ITI 1125: Use of Games and Simulations, 2cr
    ITI 1130: Use of Social Networks, 1cr
    ITI 1135: Use of Wikis, 1cr
    ITI 1140: Use of Blogs and Vlogs, 1cr
    ITI 1145: Use of Podcasts, 1cr
    ITI 1150: Designing for Online, 2cr
    ITI 2250: Special Topics, 1-2cr
    COMM 1150: Computer-Mediated Communication, 3cr
  • 36. ITI 1100: Intro to ITI
    Learning theories
    Learning styles and strategies
    Generational differences
    History of teaching technologies and strategies
    Overview of current technologies
  • 37. ITI 1105: Evaluation Studies
    Evaluation methodologies
    Evaluation tools and methods
    Assessment of student and group performance
    Assessment of program effectiveness, outcomes, and quality
    Rubric development
    Selection of teaching strategies and technology
    Generating evaluation questions
  • 38. ITI 1110: Online Inst Tools and Strategies
    Designing a course
    Course Management Systems
    Course Management System Tool Techniques
    Web editing
    Multimedia integration
  • 39. ITI 1115: Technology with Groups
    Group process theory
    Strategies for facilitating groups
    Use of technology
    Group activities
    Evaluation of group learning
  • 40. ITI 1120-1145: Topics Courses
    Games and Simulations
    Social Networks
    Special Topics
    Technology use
    Analyze use in education
    Develop module
  • 41. ITI 1150: Designing for Online
    Learning theories and strategies
    Learning environments
    Course and lesson design process
    Technology strategies
  • 42. ITI Certificate
    Outlook for the future
    Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
    Summer workshops on campus
    Corporate partners
    Adding additional courses
    Cyber Law
    Use of Mobile Learning
  • 43. Michael Amick
    Landon Pirius
    Questions? Comments?
  • 44. Resources
    American Assoc. of Community Colleges
    Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
  • 45. Resources
    Distance Education and Training Council
    Council for Higher Education Accreditation
    National Center for Education Statistics
    Pew Internet and American Life Project
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