Ryerson FCS and digital media

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A presentation to the Faculty of Community services at Ryerson University. Trying to explain how digital media can be used in and out of the classroom for research, education, and so much more.

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  • Not my IQ, Not my experience – clearly I’m still a student A lot of this is experiential, hasn’t been evaluated.
  • I realize there is a separation between my way of thinking and interacting verse someone who does not know very much about computers. However, the one thing I can tell you is that both of myself, those that are more computer literate than I and the person who has to ask their son to turn a computer on, we all want to use technology that will help us.
  • We all want tools, we all want simple tools that work well with each other Specialized tool to meet every need Interoperability No duplication Clean Precise Effective
  • Openly available mediaedia (audio or video) for lessons Major course assignments contribute to public knowledge and personal portfolio FCS graduates are able to use advanced digital tools for Faculty are engaging publicly online
  • Examples: In plain english – simple ways of explaining complex topics Screencast – allow students to master computer tasks for assignments PINE – allow students to allow though making decisions Provide news, clinical tools, reference material, and industry leading info Why I as a student want these types of things? Podcasts/recording – miss lectures (professional involvement, family, illness, crisis) Spend time discussing application rather than skill acquisition Accessible for studying on the fly
  • Ryerson FCS and digital media

    1. 1. Thoughts of a Digital Native Faculty of Community Services Robert Fraser BScN RN Learn more, help others . Graduate Student, Nurse. [email_address] robertfraser.ca
    2. 2. Disclaimer
    3. 3. My Bias (Story)
    4. 7. My Dream for FCS and Digital Media <ul><li>Openly available mediaedia (audio or video) for lessons </li></ul><ul><li>Major course assignments contribute to public knowledge and personal portfolio </li></ul><ul><li>FCS graduates are able to use advanced digital tools for </li></ul><ul><li>Faculty are engaging publicly online </li></ul><ul><li>Openly available media for major lessons, concepts or skills </li></ul><ul><li>Major course assignments contribute to public knowledge and personal portfolio </li></ul><ul><li>FCS graduates have high level of digital skills : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>- Research, learn, organize, share, create and collaborate </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Faculty are present, accessible and engaged online </li></ul>DIGITAL DREAM
    5. 8. Unleash the classroom . .
    6. 9. . . Mobility Humanity Practicality Utility Marketing
    7. 10. Examples
    8. 11. Extend the life Of assignments
    9. 12. Improve online content Wikipedia
    10. 13. Post Work Online
    11. 14. Online Portfolios Google Sites
    12. 15. Choose transferable skills and tool sets
    13. 16. News Sources iGoogle
    14. 17. RSS Reader Gruml | Google Reader | NetNewsWire
    15. 18. How it works Paper.li
    16. 19. Websites, Wiki’s, and Blogs (oh my)
    17. 20. Bringing it together Mediated Cultures
    18. 21. Collaboration means more than group meetings
    19. 22. Researching
    20. 23. Creating Docs.google.com | Docs.com
    21. 24. Get faculty to drink the Kool aid (get them online)
    22. 26. Mendeley
    23. 27. Delicious
    24. 28. Delicious
    25. 29. Delicious
    26. 30. Tools of their Choosing
    27. 31. Robert Fraser BScN RN Learn more, help others . Graduate Student, Nurse.

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