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Social authoring breakout session

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Slides from the Social Authoring breakout group at the NROC Network Member meeting March 2009.

Slides from the Social Authoring breakout group at the NROC Network Member meeting March 2009.

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  • For the past few years the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE) has been collaborating with member schools to develop online courses using a collaborative development approach that we branded ‘social authoring.’ Simply put, social authoring is a networked course development group that brings together authors, teachers, learners, technologist, designers, producers and project management. Social authoring allows individuals to put their best skills on display while working together with a team of other individuals possessing unique skills that enhance and advance the project.
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    • 1. Authors Designers Producers Teachers Learners Technologists Continuous Improvement Cycle Why Social Authoring? Collaborative Development
    • 2. Social Authoring Models Mash- up Original Scripts Continuous Improvement
    • 3.
      • Online workspace opened by NROC Team
      • Content outline posted for discussion
      • Assignments and scripting templates distributed among author team
      How We Worked Together Author Teams
    • 4. 1. Technology 2. Content 3. Media 4. Design 5. Pedagogy 6. Interaction 7. Assignments 8. Assessment 9. Access 10. Support NROC Course Quality Guidelines Collaborative Development
    • 5.
      • Authors post their scripts and trade for peer review / NROC review
      • Status changes to show next stage
      Collaborative Development s Reviews
    • 6.
      • The team synchs up for real time discussions and visual reviews through Elluminate as needed.
      Collaborative Development Synch + Asynch Collaborating
    • 7.
      • NROC team reviews scripts for design & production plan
      • Work with students and campus media centers when available for producing art work
      • Feedback given to authors and artists for revisions and additions
      Collaborative Development Designers, Artists
    • 8.
      • NROC produces learning objects with text, visual media and/or activities - using our new multimedia player.
      Collaborative Development Producers Biology
    • 9.
      • Quality Assurance – content and technical check
      • Mastering and Dissemination – NROC team distributes to authors’ institutions, OER, HippoCampus and Network members
      Collaborative Development Technologist
    • 10.
      • NROC Network members and users provide continual feedback through online community comments, forums, and webinars.
      Collaborative Development User Feedback
    • 11. Social Authoring Successes
    • 12.
      • There was confusion and a basic misunderstanding over the right to use published material when creating an online course
      • There was a reluctance for instructors/subject matter experts to work for free
      • We needed to add a layer to the process to ensure quality, add visuals and captions for those visuals
      Initial Effort – What we Learned Social Authoring Lessons Learned
    • 13.
      • While we learned some lessons along the way, our basic process for social authoring still seems sound.
        • With member support, we intend to continue with the social authoring process and fine-tune the process as we learn from our experiences.
        • We think working together is more effective than working independently.
      Future of Social Authoring