Your Digital Personality

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This is the presentation given at the Innovations 2008 conference in Denver.

This is the presentation given at the Innovations 2008 conference in Denver.

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  • 1. YOUR DIGITAL PERSONALITY the real you in your online class
  • 2. DO WE AGREE:
    • Instructor’s personality impacts student learning
    • There is more that is learned in a class than “the content”
    • Online instruction makes a “personality” difficult to develop or create
  • 3. THE ENVIRONMENT WE LEARN IN
    • What does face-to-face classroom “ambiance” look like?
    • How is it created?
      • art/furnishings/plants
      • sounds/music
      • the tone/humor/friendly/serious
      • the instructor’s personality
    • Does it impact student learning?
  • 4. THE ROLE OF THE ONLINE INSTRUCTOR
    • Pedagogical Role
    • Social Role
    • Managerial Role
    • Technical Role
    • These roles originally came from: The Role of the Online Instructor/Facilitator by Zane L. Berge, Ph.D.
  • 5. TRANSACTIONAL DISTANCE?
    • Do we “get” more from those we “feel” close to?
    • How does this apply to the F2F classroom?
    • The online class?
  • 6. ONLINE AMBIANCE?
    • What is the ambiance of an online class?
    • What role does the instructor play?
    • How do instructors create a “learning” environment online?
  • 7. THE ONLINE FACULTY PROFILE
    • Lets look at some examples
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  • 13. IS THAT ENOUGH?
    • Is there more that can be shared?
    • To what end?
  • 14. A “CLICKABLE” INSTRUCTOR
    • What do students want to know about you?
    • Where will they look?
  • 15. FACULTY WEBSITES
    • Some from Yavapai College
      • Larry M. Frolich
      • David Dolatowki
    • A Few Others
      • Valencia Listing
      • From very simple: R. Enger
      • To something more complex: D. Dyer
  • 16. BLOGGING
    • A Princeton Blog
      • Faculty Paul Starr
    • Technology at Albany Law School
      • Here is a site for students
  • 17. USING YOUTUBE
  • 18. IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PERFECT
  • 19. IMAGE RESOURCES
    • Picasa Web
      • Here is mine
    • Flickr
    • Webshots
      • A Yavapai Faculty
  • 20. HOW ABOUT THIS
    • Here is an example of how some simple additions can help make the course have personality.
  • 21. THANKS FOR BEING HERE