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A Decade in Digital Literacy:
A Case-Study of Student Writing in Online
Open Spaces
Amanda Licastro
Instructional Technolo...
Data-driven Evaluation of ePortfolios
in an Age of Increased Accountability
Prompts:
• What are the best practices for eva...
What are the best practices for
evaluating the "value-added” of a
particular course or program?
Which types of eportfolios are more
successful in measuring learning
outcomes?
Picture: The Walled Garden (http://www.watblog.com/2008/05/12/share-myspace-facebook-
data-with-other-sites-–-the-death-of...
Given the opportunity for extended encounters with difficulty
(rather than the software tools that route around it),
digit...
Making enables us to rethink how a different combination of
methods and practices could create different gadgets,
experien...
Effective methods of analysis
and evaluation?
Triangulation Method
Surveys
Data MiningInterviews
Reflexive Extensive
• Affective
• Exploratory
• Private
• Impersonal
• Reportorial
• Public
High
Stakes
Low
Stakes
What do we know so far from research?
What are the important questions
still ahead?
Interfaces are now an integral and dynamic part
of communication design as a whole.
(Synne Skjulstad and Andrew Morrison
“...
Positioning design as rhetoric calls attention to the ways in which the
built environment reflects and tries to influence ...
http://digitocentrism.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
Amanda Licastro
Instructional Technology Fellow,
Macaulay Honors College, CUNY
...
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
AAEEBL Presentation 2014
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AAEEBL Presentation 2014

  1. 1. A Decade in Digital Literacy: A Case-Study of Student Writing in Online Open Spaces Amanda Licastro Instructional Technology Fellow, Macaulay Honors College, CUNY @amandalicastro amanda.licastro@gmail.com
  2. 2. Data-driven Evaluation of ePortfolios in an Age of Increased Accountability Prompts: • What are the best practices for evaluating the "value-added” of a particular course or program? • Which types of ePortfolios are more successful in measuring learning outcomes? • Effective methods of analysis and evaluation? • What do we know so far from research? What are the important questions still ahead?
  3. 3. What are the best practices for evaluating the "value-added” of a particular course or program?
  4. 4. Which types of eportfolios are more successful in measuring learning outcomes?
  5. 5. Picture: The Walled Garden (http://www.watblog.com/2008/05/12/share-myspace-facebook- data-with-other-sites-–-the-death-of-the-walled-garden-imminent-soon/)
  6. 6. Given the opportunity for extended encounters with difficulty (rather than the software tools that route around it), digital writers can become specific intellectuals: people whose deep technological expertise rivals that of their command of rhetoric–who are therefore able to learn, teach, and build things that scare the living crap out of others. (Karl Stolley http://talks.karlstolley.com/cwcon-keynote/#/9)
  7. 7. Making enables us to rethink how a different combination of methods and practices could create different gadgets, experiences, and histories.… Making is not simply a way of understanding; it is also an investigation of what could have been. (Roger Whitson “Steampunk” forthcoming).
  8. 8. Effective methods of analysis and evaluation?
  9. 9. Triangulation Method Surveys Data MiningInterviews
  10. 10. Reflexive Extensive • Affective • Exploratory • Private • Impersonal • Reportorial • Public
  11. 11. High Stakes Low Stakes
  12. 12. What do we know so far from research? What are the important questions still ahead?
  13. 13. Interfaces are now an integral and dynamic part of communication design as a whole. (Synne Skjulstad and Andrew Morrison “Movement in the Interface” 415)
  14. 14. Positioning design as rhetoric calls attention to the ways in which the built environment reflects and tries to influence values and behavior and explicitly recognizes the capacity of people to design artifacts or systems that promote or thwart certain perspectives and agendas. (Carl DiSalvo et al “Toward a Public Rhetoric Through Participatory Design: Critical Engagements and Creative Expression in the Neighborhood Networks Project,” 48-49).
  15. 15. http://digitocentrism.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ Amanda Licastro Instructional Technology Fellow, Macaulay Honors College, CUNY @amandalicastro amanda.licastro@gmail.com

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