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ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest
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ePirate: Using Web 2.0 Tools To Capture Faculty Interest

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Presentation given at NEConnect and NJEDge, November 2008.

Presentation given at NEConnect and NJEDge, November 2008.

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    • 1. Using Web 2.0 Tools to Capture Faculty Interest Presented By: Danielle Mirliss, Associate Director & Melissa McDowell , Senior Instructional Designer
    • 2. About Seton Hall University
      • A mid-sized, private, catholic affiliated university in central New Jersey
      • Main Campus in South Orange, NJ
        • Law School in Newark
        • Over 40 off-campus sites
      • 10,000 Students
        • 4,400 Full Time Undergraduates (50% residential)
      • Blackboard Course Management System
      • 400 Full-time faculty
    • 3. Laptop Initiative
      • Laptop Program for all Undergrads and Faculty
      • Technology Fee
      • 1:1 Laptop Program (Student & Faculty)
      • 2-Year Laptop Refresh
    • 4. The Teaching, Learning & Technology Center
      • 5 Instructional Designers
      • 2 Senior Instructional Designers
      • 1 Computer Training Center Manager
      • 1 Training Coordinator
      The TLT Center at Seton Hall University promotes and supports the use of information technology in teaching and learning, including support for information technology in the classroom. Instructional Design Team
    • 5. Faculty Development at Seton Hall The TLT Center offers a variety of faculty development opportunities for the Seton Hall Community to support the use of technology in teaching and learning. The Instructional Design team acts as liaisons to the various departments and is instrumental in teaching, guiding, and supporting faculty in their project endeavors. This includes working with faculty on Faculty Innovations Grants (FIGS), Large Course Redesign Initiatives (CDI’s). The ID team regularly hosts technology workshops and seminars on innovative technology topics through the academic year. The TLT Center also provides an ongoing schedule of software training and one-on-one support through the Computer Training Center.
    • 6. Workshops
      • Summer Series
      • Boot Camp
      • Reading Days
      • Winter Workshops
      • Half-day Sessions
      • Themed Series
      • WebEx
      • Computer Training Center
    • 7. ePirate: The Brand
      • Seton Hall Pirates
      • Represents Teaching, Technology & Learning
      • Faculty Development
      • Brand Recognition
      • Developing Consistency
    • 8. Faculty Outreach
      • Build it and they will come?
      • Assessment & Statistics
      • Develop marketing campaign
      • Meet faculty where they are
      • Food
      • Incentives
      • Faculty Showcase
    • 9. Web 2.0 Tools
      • Blog
      • Electronic Newsletter
      • Facebook Page
      • Flickr
      • Twitter
      • Wiki *
      • * In development
    • 10. Blog
      • Instructional design team
      • Scheduled entries
      • Contribute every other week day
      • Linked to newsletter
      • Advertise events and workshops
      http://tltc.shu.edu/blogs/projects/epirate/
    • 11. Newsletter
      • Email Newsletter
      • Published
        • Fall
        • Summer
        • Spring
      • Linked to ePirate Blog
      • Highlights
    • 12. Facebook
      • “ Fans” versus “Friends”
      • Information
      • Events
      • Notes
      • Discussion Board
      • RSS Blog Feed
      • Wall
      http://www.facebook.com/pages/ePirate/24356802799
    • 13. Flickr
      • Training Events
      • Showcases
      • Second Life Initiative
      • Presentations
      • Moo Cards
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/76564238@N00/
    • 14. Other ways we advertise
      • Personal email invites
      • Broadcasts
      • Email signatures
      • Posters
    • 15. Poster Ads
    • 16. Poster Ads
    • 17. Statistics
    • 18. Statistics
    • 19. Statistics
    • 20. Statistics
    • 21. Statistics A total of 97 unique faculty attended the Summer Series 2008
    • 22. Statistics
    • 23.
      • As of April 29 th :
      • 2,449 Visits
      • 1,467 Absolute Unique Visitors
      • 4, 546 Page Views
      • 00:01:54 Time on Site
      Blog Statistics
    • 24. Upcoming Web 2.0 Tools
      • Twitter
      • Wiki
      http://twitter.com/epirate In Development
    • 25.
      • Q & A
      Thank You

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