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Presentation at the Charleston Conference, Nov. 7, 2013 in panel with Meredith Schwartz, Senior Editor at Library Journal, and Rick Anderson, University of Utah.

Presentation at the Charleston Conference, Nov. 7, 2013 in panel with Meredith Schwartz, Senior Editor at Library Journal, and Rick Anderson, University of Utah.

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A mooc of our own A mooc of our own Presentation Transcript

  • A MOOC of our Own Lynn Sutton Wake Forest University Charleston Conference, Nov. 7, 2013
  • “We have so much more to offer to the MOOC discussion than locating public domain images or providing copyright assistance.” Kyle Denlinger, May 10, 2013
  • Timeline • • • • • • • • Online sections of Lib 100, Fall 2011 Board of Visitors presentation, Feb. 2012 MOOC mania, Spring 2012 Hired E-learning librarian, Summer 2012 ZSRx brainstorm, Fall 2012 ZSRx build, Winter 2013 ZSRx live, March 18-April 14, 2013 Deacon Development 101, Oct. 1-Nov. 4, 2013
  • Week One: Search strategies Week Two: Advanced searching Week Three: Privacy and filters Week Four: Information management
  • ZSRx: Cure for the Common Web • • • • • • Google Sites Google Groups Google + Community 700 registrants 6 continents! Many happy alumni and friends
  • Deacon Development 101 • • • • Canvas platform 200+ parents 3 continents 5 weeks, 5 modules Required orientation Generation Y: A field guide Making the Grade: Supporting your student’s academic development Person, place and community: Supporting your student in their search for identity o A delicate web: Supporting your student’s search for holistic well-being o A parent’s toolkit o o o o
  • Testimonials • “Just wanted you to know that I've learned a lot from the course--and since at 81, I'm what you could call a computer dinosaur, no one is more surprised than I am about that!” • “Kudos to you and Wake for doing this, and I hope you will offer other courses in the future--how about a short course on desktop publishing?” • “ It is exciting for me to connect to other WFU parents in this way. I am so impressed with Wake’s focus on well being, personal growth and development and its culture that I am now just as committed to the school. I am passionate about helping this age group discover how they will make their mark in the world. Being connected to the school through this course is meaningful to me.”
  • Future plans • Digital publishing – Winter 2014 • Social media – Spring 2014 • Genealogy – investigating partnerships • Business information – longer term • Health information- longer term
  • Contact info • Lynn Sutton, Ph.D. • Dean, Z Smith Reynolds Library • Wake Forest University • Winston-Salem, NC 27109 • 336.758.5090 • suttonls@wfu.edu