Vegas Tech Keynote08

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Technology Keynote delivered at end of APCA Advisors' Institute in Las Vegas 2008

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Vegas Tech Keynote08

  1. 1. 900 Million Gyslain Raza
  2. 2. Is the world a better place with providing video entertainment? Or ? Why?
  3. 3. Control:
  4. 4. Control: one source many sources
  5. 5. Control: top down bottom up
  6. 6. Control: dictatorship anarchy
  7. 7. Control: centralized decentralized
  8. 8. Control: administration student controlled controlled Technology Change
  9. 9. Your Institution: Administration Advisors Students
  10. 10. Administration Advisors Students Technology Change
  11. 11. Just heard of it Scared of it Love it Technology Change
  12. 12. Just heard of it Scared of it Love it Technology Change
  13. 13. Just heard of it Scared of it Love it Technology Change
  14. 14. Not Fun:
  15. 15. None Anger Fear Appreciation Ignorance Rejection Acceptance Use Computer X Cell Phone X Email X Instant Messenger X Facebook X Blogs X Wikis ? Digital Footprints X Photosynth X Social Optimization X X
  16. 16. None Anger Fear Appreciation Ignorance Rejection Acceptance Use } Zone of Change
  17. 17. None Anger Fear Appreciation Ignorance Rejection Acceptance Use } Zone of Change Reflection and Case Study
  18. 18. Goal: Increase educational engagement by increasing social capital. Tactics: Help find folks with common attributes Help find educationally relevant people Ice breaker Facilitate free time socializing (make it easier.)
  19. 19. Help find folks like you. Help find educationally relevant people. 60%
  20. 20. 60%
  21. 21. Cassie Gilmore + Retention Dennis Koch [] Diversity Edna Jones Mark Brouwer [] Leadership
  22. 22. Help find folks like you. Help find educationally relevant people. In what ways was this method a success or a failure?
  23. 23. Ice Breaker The Clock Face
  24. 24. Ice Breaker In what ways was this method a success or a failure?
  25. 25. Facilitate Free Time Socializing +
  26. 26. Facilitate Free Time Socializing + 20ish / 42 / 105
  27. 27. Facilitate Free Time Socializing + In what ways was this method a success or a failure?
  28. 28. Which method was most effective for you?
  29. 29. Goal: Increase relevancy of education sessions. Tactic: Involve more people in the discussion and planning process.
  30. 30. Involve More People in the planning
  31. 31. Involve More People in the planning What needs to happen for this method to be more effective?
  32. 32. Goal: Build and maintain community and continue learning in between conferences. Tactic: Get education content online in searchable format. Encourage sharing of new ideas and best practices.
  33. 33. Searchable Content / Best Practices
  34. 34. How would you spend your chips? Why?
  35. 35. Goal: Increase involvement, engagement, and connectedness to increase retention, satisfaction and achievement. (Astin 1985, Tinto 1993, Upcraft 1995) Tactic: Orientation on Facebook and Myspace.
  36. 36. Students are the center “The focus of education must shift to identity development.” -Learning Reconsidered
  37. 37. Students are the center
  38. 38. Athletics s ic C em ar ad ee Special Ac r Interest Social a l Po u r lit lt u ic C al Spiritual
  39. 39. Diversity
  40. 40. All about Connections Soccer (Around +’s)
  41. 41. Ma rke tin g
  42. 42. Identity profiles will become the gateway for everything.
  43. 43. Real Time Assessment Everything clickable is trackable.
  44. 44. Real Time Assessment Individual Student Student Group Class School Region Nation
  45. 45. Control: administration student controlled controlled Technology Change
  46. 46. What is the “Hot Goal” on your campus right now?
  47. 47. How can you make your school more like youtube?
  48. 48. Stay Connected Kevin Prentiss kevin@swiftkickonline.com

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