Teaching in the Age of Facebook

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Presentation given January 23, 2013 at ALISE 2013 (Seattle, WA), reporting select findings from the ALISE-funded study, Teaching in the Age of Facebook and Other Social Media: LIS Faculty and Students Friend'ing and Poking in the Social Sphere

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Teaching in the Age of Facebook

  1. 1. TEACHINGin the age of Facebook & other social mediaLIS faculty & students friend’ing & poking in the social sphere CAROLYN HANK ALISE 2013, SEATTLE, WA JANUARY 23, 2013
  2. 2. 2012 ALISE Research Grant Competition  WHOWHYHOWWHATinterviews
  3. 3. Carolyn  Hank   PI  (UTK)  Cassidy  Sugimoto   Co-­‐PI  (IUB)   Jeff  Pomerantz   Co-­‐PI  (UNC)  
  4. 4. Carolyn  Hank   PI  (UTK)  Cassidy  Sugimoto   Co-­‐PI  (IUB)   Fred   Jeff  Pomerantz   Stutzman,   Co-­‐PI  (UNC)   Advisor   (UNC)  
  5. 5. ✖   ✖   ✖   Carolyn  Hank   PI  (UTK)  Cassidy  Sugimoto   Co-­‐PI  (IUB)   Fred   Jeff  Pomerantz   Stutzman,   Co-­‐PI  (UNC)   Advisor   (UNC)  
  6. 6. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES1 Describe LIS faculty and student interactions via Facebook
  7. 7. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES2 Inform social network and communication policy decision-making at LIS programs
  8. 8. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES3 Inform future approaches and methods for other academic units, regardless of discipline, to investigate connections between pedagogy and social network tools, including Facebook
  9. 9. HOW?Develop   and   pilot   test   an  approach  to  studying  …
  10. 10. …  LIS  faculty,  students’  and   administrators’  percepMons,   experiences,  pracMces,  and   decision-­‐making  for  managing  communicaMons  with  one  another,   if  at  all,  via  Facebook;
  11. 11. …  their  expectaMons  for  such  communicaMons,  including  issues  related  to  disclosure  and  privacy;
  12. 12. …  and  the  impact  of  classroom  and  insMtuMonal  policies,  if  any,   on  such  interacMons.  
  13. 13. RESEARCH DESIGN MCGILL   IUB   SETTINGS   UNC  
  14. 14. RESEARCH DESIGN FOCUS FOCUS 1:1 POLICY WEB-BASED INTERVIEWS GROUPSGROUPS INTERVIEWS ANALYSIS SURVEYSFACULTY   ASSOC.  DEANS/   SYLLABI   Q1:  FACULTY  STUDENTS   DIRECTOR   SOCIAL  MEDIA   Q2:  STUDENTS  -­‐ UG   INST’L  POLICIES  -­‐ MLIS   -­‐ SCHOOL  -­‐ PhD   -­‐ FACULTY   -­‐ UNIVERISTY  
  15. 15. RESEARCH DESIGN FOCUS FOCUS 1:1 POLICY WEB-BASED INTERVIEWS GROUPSGROUPS INTERVIEWS ANALYSIS SURVEYS ONGOING   MARCH  ‘13   APP.  17    HOURS  
  16. 16. RESEARCH DESIGNFOCUS FOCUS 1:1 INTERVIEWSGROUPS GROUPS INTERVIEWS 4  PhD  FGs   3  ADMIN   8  FAC   3  MS  FGs   1  PhD   1  FAC  FG   1  UG  
  17. 17. QUESTION1 GENERAL USE PERSONAL PROFESSIONAL CASUAL “CONTEXT COLLAPSE”
  18. 18. QUESTION2 FRIEND’ING (FACULTY & STUDENTS) FACULTY & STUDENTS’ FRIENDS (?)
  19. 19. QUESTION2 FRIEND’ING (FACULTY & STUDENTS) UG | MS | PHD | FACULTY APPROXIMATIONS INITIATIONS ACCEPTANCE AND/OR ANGSTPERSONAL CODES OF CONDUCT
  20. 20. QUESTION2 FRIEND’ING (FACULTY & STUDENTS) UG | MS | PHD | FACULTY FACULTY & STUDENTS FRIENDLY
  21. 21. QUESTION2 FRIEND’ING (FACULTY & STUDENTS) consider …DUAL RELATIONSHIPS TEACHER MENTOR “… a professional tries SUPERVISOR to simultaneously fill EMPLOYER two or more differentCOLLABORATOR roles.” Rupert  &  Holmes,  1997,  p.  661   COLLEAGUE FRIEND
  22. 22. QUESTION2 FRIEND’ING (FACULTY & STUDENTS)consider … EVOLVING RELATIONSHIPS MS STUDENT PHD STUDENT PHD ADJUNCT YIKES! JUNIOR FACULTY The  “Grocery”  Store  Encounter  TENURED FACULTY ADMINISTRATOR
  23. 23. QUESTION3 EXPECTATIONS & POLICIES HONOR CODES/CODES OFCONDUCT SNS POLICIES (Metzger et al. (2010)
  24. 24. QUESTION3 EXPECTATIONS & POLICIESGUIDANCE & ADVICE HONOR CODES/ CODES OF CONDUCT
  25. 25. QUESTION3 EXPECTATIONS & POLICIES ✖   Facebook ✔   LinkedIn
  26. 26. COMING SOON …FINAL REPORTSUMMER 2013
  27. 27. SOURCESHampton et al. (2011). Social networking sites and our lives. Washington, DC: Pew Internet & American Life Project. http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/ Technology-and-social-networks.aspxMetzger, A.H., Finley, K.N., Ulbrich, T.R., & McAuley, J.W. (2010). Pharmacy faculty members’ perspectives on the student/faculty relationship in online social networks. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74(10), 1-5Moran, M., Seaman, J., & Tinti-Kane, H. (2011). Teaching, learning, and sharing: How today’s higher education faculty use social media. Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions. Retrieved from http://www.pearsonlearningsolutions.com/educators /pearson-social-media-survey-2011-bw.pdfRupert, P.A., & Holmes, D.L. (1997). Dual relationships in higher education: Professional and institutional guidelines. Journal of Higher Education, 68(6), 660-678.
  28. 28. THANK YOU …CAROLYN  HANK  Email:  chank@utk.edu  Phone:  865-­‐242-­‐7170  SlideShare:  hkp://www.slideshare.net/carolynhank/alise2013  Slideshow:    THANKS TO …ALISE  2012  RESEARCH  GRANT       QUESTIONS?  

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