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1 That Was Then, This Is Now Next Generation Course Management Systems Colleen Carmean, Patricia McGee, Ali Jafari Next Generation Course Management Systems Colleen Carmean, Patricia McGee, Ali Jafari

2 Moving from the Course to the Learner: Beyond Accidental Pedagogy  s.htm s.htm  s.htm s.htm

3 Who is Listening?  provosts, IT administrators, TLC staff, instructional designers, faculty, students …

4 Session Goals, Research Goals  To identify best learning principles within CMS that can support deeper learning  To develop a rubric to help evaluate CMS-base learning designs with current CMS functionality  To identify what we need to know about institutional use (from all stakeholders) that will further CMS development.  To identify best learning principles within CMS that can support deeper learning  To develop a rubric to help evaluate CMS-base learning designs with current CMS functionality  To identify what we need to know about institutional use (from all stakeholders) that will further CMS development.

5 Rubrics  Rationale  Characteristics  Criteria  Rationale  Characteristics  Criteria

6 Principles  Principles for: Assessment, evaluation, standards, library, faculty development, curricular change (section 1)  Principles for: Authentic learning, curriculum design, open knowledge, interdisciplinary learning, portfolios (section 2)  Principles for: Enterprise systems, system development, interface design, communities of learners (section 3)  Principles for: Assessment, evaluation, standards, library, faculty development, curricular change (section 1)  Principles for: Authentic learning, curriculum design, open knowledge, interdisciplinary learning, portfolios (section 2)  Principles for: Enterprise systems, system development, interface design, communities of learners (section 3)

7 Deeper Learning  Active  Social  Engaging  Contextual  Requires Ownership  Active  Social  Engaging  Contextual  Requires Ownership

8 Creating the Container Think of a memorable learning experience you have had. Identify 3 things about the experience that made it effective for you. How can you describe the degree of effectiveness of this experience? How might these be applied to learning in a CMS? What kinds of things might prevent these from occurring?

9 Describing the Container Small group activity: Take one row of the rubric and describe the optimum experience, what CMS functions might support the experience and the criteria you would use to evaluate the effectiveness of the experience

10 Next Steps: Research  What data do we need to push the NGCMS forward?  Questions that need to be asked of stakeholders?  What data do we need to push the NGCMS forward?  Questions that need to be asked of stakeholders?

11 Thank You!  Colleen Carmean  Patricia McGee  Ali Jafari  Colleen Carmean  Patricia McGee  Ali Jafari


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