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  • Story Board
    Heather Rogers
    EDUC 7102
    Collaboration in Distance Education
  • Collaboration : History
    Visual :
    Pictures of collaboration through out history
    Voice Over:
    Throughout history, development and even survival, have depended on collaboration.  
    When environmental conditions, opposition, or economic circumstances have made life complex or resources limited, great communities have been developed by people uniting together for a common purpose.
  • Definition
    Visual
    Collaborate (v.)-
    1: to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor
    2: to cooperate with or willingly assist an enemy of one's country and especially an occupying force
    3: to cooperate with an agency or instrumentality with which one is not immediately connected
    Voice Over
    Definition Collaborate is not just a verb it is an ongoing action…
  • Introduction
    Visual:
    Video of student holding poster containing a goal statement…fade to…
    Video of lone student working independently achieve goal…fade to…
    Video of student having a “light bulb” moment… fade to…
    Video of student approaching peers to work collaboratively to achieve goal.
    Final video of students high fiving to represent accomplishment.
    Voice Over:
  • Visual
    Text: “work smarter not harder”
  • Visual:
    Voice Over
    Collaboration in today's education, both in the traditional setting and the online setting, has become the norm.
    If implemented successfully, it can be the cornerstone in many student’s educational experiences (Palloff & Pratt, 2005).
  • Visual:
    Video clips of people sharing thoughts on collaboration.
    Voice Over:
    Question asked: What does collaboration in education mean to you?
  • Visual
    Voice Over:
    Collaboration does not stop at face-to-face interactions.
    In today's society, technology advances have given people the opportunity to collaborate despite their geographic location.
    Education and business ventures have been immensely impacted by collaborative tools.
  • Collaborative Tools
    Visual
    Voice Over
    Wikis, Document Sharing, Blogs, Skype, discussion forums, Social Networks are just some examples of technological tools that can be implemented to promote collaboration.
  • Visual:
    World visual …
    Voice over
    In a perfect world, all students in distance education will work successfully together and participate willingly to achieve a common goal.
    However, there are obstacles
  • Visual:
    Flash of visuals fade to…
    Voice Over:
    Both instructors and students face challenges when it comes to collaboration.
    So what are the challenges of collaboration?
  • Visual
    Video of people sharing challenges of collaboration
    Voice Over:
    Question: what are potential challenges of collaboration?
  • Visual:
    Speaker
    Voice Over:
    In his keynote address, ____________, will address aspects of collaboration in distance education along with overcoming probable challenges that many instructors and students may face while participating in a distance education program.
    It gives me great pleasure to introduce _________.