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    Publicadminpresentation2 Publicadminpresentation2 Presentation Transcript

    • In the 20 century th In the 21 Century st we were defined by we are defined by what we owned. what we share. In the 21th Charles Leadbeater, 2008 century we are defined by what we share
    • Current School of Public Administration Online Presence includes: • Website • Course Management Systems • Utilium
    • Website Includes: • Vision Statement • Program Descriptions • Course Descriptions • Research Descriptions • Description of Collaborations • Recent Publications • Thesis Defense for MPA PhD Candidates
    • Challenges for the website: Maintaining content so that it is current
    • Challenges for Online Learning Using an online system beyond the current function as a repository for content and communication with a limited audience
    • Making Learning Relevant • Beyond the confines of the course audience • Beyond the time frame of the course term
    • Nurture and Sustain Connection With Learners • With on campus and online students • With graduates after they complete the program
    • Your Professional Footprint An online environment where students and graduates can develop their professional brand and their professional networks.
    • Your Professional Footprint • Linked to the School of Public Administration website. • Student determine level of public access – Students share writing, research, postings, ideas, presentations, work/co-op experiences – Students receive ratings/recognition for their postings
    • Moodle is just a tool among many Each student would have a personal learning environment that would look something like this:
    • Social Networking is Radical -redefines the expert -authority is earned one connection at a time -knowledge is co-created -no permission to publish - working with people rather than for them