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1 Rebekah K Nix Senior Lecturer, UTD Terry Barksdale Digital Librarian, UTTC may 23-25, 2007 austin, tx MEETING in the MIDDLE GROSS injustice The formula for water: H to O How are arithmetic and a telephone alike? What is H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O? WOWOLFOL just144ice mid dle

2 Presentation Objectives To talk about the difference between instruction and integration (focus) To share insights on how faculty/staff perspectives changed (design) To show examples of how course design supported the new model (implementation) To report on student outcomes and faculty/staff satisfaction (evaluation)

3 Participant Backgrounds

4 Program Design 36-hour degree thesis-only option completely online 100% asynchronous

5 Goal: Lifelong Learners Harris, S. (1991). Can't you guys read? Cartoons on academia. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION. To teach someone any subject adequately, the subject must be embedded in all the elements that give it meaning. People must have a way to relate to the subject in terms of what is personally important (Caine & Caine, 1994, p. 64).

6 Focus: Instruction v Integration

7 Focus: Educational Technology Technology-based and Distance Learning Strategies. The Condition of Education in Rural Schools. Dede, C. (in press). Washington, DC: Center for Rural Education, U.S. Department of Education IOL 2005 Keynote Address

8 Focus: Information Technology Librarian on Board: Why You Shouldn't Develop an Online Course Without One C. Laverty and D. Stockley Journal of Library and Information Services in Distance Learning, Vol. 2(4) 2005, pp

9 Focus: Information Literacy Information Literacy as a Liberal Art: Enlightenment proposals for a new curriculum J.J. Shapiro and S.K. Hughes Educom Review, Sequence: Volume 31, Number 2

10 Design: Outcomes + Satisfaction LiteracyResourceResearch CourseSCE 5305SCE 5308 ProjectLiterature Review Persuasive Presentation Research Study Proposal Research Report Conference Presentation IRB Forms EfficacyResearch Competency (ALA) UTD Policy Memorandum (NIH) AttitudeLibrary Awareness Skills (NETS) Improving Educational Research (NRC) SkillsInformation Literacy Competency Stds (ACRL) Science Culture/Educational Research (AERA) Learning Environment Constructivist Learning Environment Survey (PR, US, CV, SC, SN) Constructivist Learning Environment Survey (PR, US, CV, SC, SN)

11 Design: Faculty v Staff PerspectivesAdministrators Leverage advances in information technologies Staff Members Transition interactions to expand on the differences between information technology and information literacy Faculty Members Deal with new dynamics associated with emerging practice All of the above… Keep up with our own professional development!

12 Design: The 3 Cs Communication | Collaboration | Creativity T & R starting talking at IOL C & R outlined course design grids T & R met with M at UT Austin R discovered S on meeting with L C & R added library column with Ts ideas Project Team review meeting C, R, & S reviewed course sequence, discussed resources, shared textbook T visited UTD to meet with R, C, and S S added content; R added disclaimer SCE 5305 launched in Fall semester C, R, & S celebrated semester success and discussed new ideas for SCE 5308 May 05 June-July 05 August Jan May 06 July 06 August 06 December 06

13 Design: Ideas + Examples Course ideas –Roles (Instructor/Student) –Design (Announcements) –Discussion board (forum) –Course menu (external link) Library examples –Web resources (UTTC/UTD) –Student inquiries ( /chat) –Learning Resources (organization) –Future trends!

14 Implementation: Course Roles Instructor –Content Student –Context Instructor –Delivery

15 Implementation: Course Design Announcements

16 Implementation: Discussion Board Library forum

17 Implementation: Course Menu External link

18 Implementation: Web Resources UTD –About –Resources –How tos –Services UTTC –Materials & Resources –Contact a Librarian –UTTC Digital Library FAQs –Faculty Services

19 Chat Implementation: Student Inquiries

20 UTTC Organization Implementation: UTTC Organizations

21 Grokker search Pariture FAQ Seamless access TDL project Implementation: Future trends!

22 No Significant Difference (0T1 v 501) Student Differences –Learning Style –Teaching Style –Personality Profile Student Achievement –Textbook Reading Quizzes –Midterm Project Summary –Final Course Grade Student Performance –Literature Review Paper –Persuasive Presentation –Research Study Proposal Student Perceptions –Resource Literacy Efficacy –Resource Literacy Attitude –Resource Literacy Skills –Learning Environment

23 Rating of Library Liaison (0T1) The REFERENCE LIBRARIAN provided timely and accurate information in support of my coursework. I have seen a broader and more legitimate set of references in the research papers than in previous classes. -Dr. Cynthia Ledbetter, Fa06/Sp07 (has taught sequence since 1987) N = 9 Fa06 students 3 = no response given

24 Faculty/Staff Accesses

25 Faculty/Staff Collaboration Distance – Science Education – Reference – Teacher Development – Literacy

26 mid dle Rebekah K Nix Terry Barksdale may 23-25, 2007 austin, tx FOCUS DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION


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