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Conflicted Identities: Reconsidering the Roles of Faculty

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Presented with Jill Leafstedt at the 2015 New Media Consortium Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

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Conflicted Identities: Reconsidering the Roles of Faculty

  1. 1. Conflicted Identities: Reconsidering the Roles of Faculty http://tiny.cc/facultyroles
  2. 2. Michelle Pacansky-Brock @brocansky Teaching and Learning Innovations @CI TLInnovations.cikeys.com Jill Leafstedt @jleafstedt Jaimie Hoffman @JaimieLHoffman
  3. 3. Activity #1 What is your interest in the changing role of faculty? http://tiny.cc/identities Activity #1 Activity #1 What is your interest in the changing role of faculty? http://tiny.cc/identities photo by Lukas Kastner CC-BY
  4. 4. Background Why do we care about changing faculty role?
  5. 5. ““Lecture halls will disappear, the role of the professor will transform, and technology will help make a college education much more attainable than it is today, and much more valuable. Indeed, a number of institutions may shut down.” -Hullinger, Fast Company, 2015
  6. 6. “The explosion of all the different things that aren’t universities, their presence in the learning ecosystem, will force and allow universities to recenter themselves around the kind of learning that can’t take place in other kinds of settings. -Randall Bass, Vice Provost for Education and Professor of English
  7. 7. “It is not a faculty-less world, but I think that one struggle of the next 20 years is figuring out what it looks like to have a highly trained PhD-ed faculy that is still central to this recentered, more project-focused world. --Randall Bass, Vice Provost for Education and Professor of English
  8. 8. How are faculty adapting and changing in the digital/connected age? Guiding Question
  9. 9. Methods how - who - what
  10. 10. What
  11. 11. Data Collection
  12. 12. Data Collection
  13. 13. What did we learn?
  14. 14. Digital Identity Transformation of Pedagogy add bullet points Pedag 1. Pedagogical Transformation (n=16) 2. Personal Learning Networks (n=10) 3. Identity (n=18) 4. Student Contact (n=18) 4 Major Themes
  15. 15. content/ resources shift in methodology interdependence 1.Pedagogical Transformation
  16. 16. 1.Pedagogical Transformation
  17. 17. 2. Personal Learning Networks continuous, informal learning with interdisciplinary peers virtual extension of formal connections formal: on- campus/ conferences
  18. 18. 2. Personal Learning Networks
  19. 19. No Impact Cool Factor “I’m cutting edge” Interdependence 3. Identity
  20. 20. 3. Identity “Technology has given me my identity. “ -Lori
  21. 21. Challenges Extending the Classroom Improved Community Response Time 4. Student Contact
  22. 22. 4. Student Contact
  23. 23. Digital Identity Transformation of Pedagogy add bullet points Pedag 1. Pedagogical Transformation (n=16) 2. Personal Learning Networks (n=10) 3. Identity (n=18) 4. Student Contact (n=18) 4 Major Themes
  24. 24. What are your conclusions after hearing about this data? What follow up research questions do you want to see answered about faculty roles? http://tiny.cc/identities Idea Sharing
  25. 25. Thanks! Any questions? You can find us at: @brocansky @jleafstedt
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