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1 The Critical Role of Faculty in Transforming Higher Education St. Mary’s University San Antonio, Texas May 13, 2013 Susie Henderson, Director, Online Strategies and Programs, EDUCAUSE

2 OUR AGENDA Highlight St. Mary’s University priorities Review Dr. Boettcher’s “learning experience framework” Change in our digital world Discuss teaching and learning opportunities in a digital world Q & A

3 ► Educate for formation in faith ► Provide an integral quality education ► Educate in the family spirit ► Educate for service, justice and peace ► Educate for adaptation and change

4 Learning Experience Framework Mentor Knowledge Environment Learners Faculty Mentor Content and Resources Context Boettcher 2003,2007

5 Do you believe there is a digital revolution in education now?

6 Sniff – sniffs out change early before others are aware of it Scurry – sees what is needed and takes action immediately (scurries into action) Hem – “hems and haws” in a new situation and wishes the change wasn’t happening. Haw – laughs at himself for not wanting to change, then moves on to explore the maze and comes to enjoy the taste of new cheese. That is, he learns to adapt in time when he sees changing leads to something better!

7 The has “Moved“! ANALOG DIGITAL

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11 Technology has “Moved“! sometimes always connected nice to have can’t live without limited big bandwidth

12 gadgets or tools?

13 Learning Experience Framework Mentor Knowledge Environment Learners Faculty Mentor Content and Resources Context Boettcher 2003,2007

14 insights + innovation = IMPACT

15 Take note! Fundamental Principle! Decide what your learning experience goal is If appropriate, select a technology or application that will support it Never use technology or a cool application just to use it!

16 HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT EFFECTIVE LEARNING? How do you know that you‘re being effective?

17 HOW CAN WE ENGAGE OUR STUDENTS IN NEW WAYS?

18 WHAT HELPS STUDENTS RETAIN AND APPLY INFORMATION?

19 What makes students more successful? on task?

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21 For more about OLI, visit: oli.cmu.edu/oli.cmu.edu/ For more about OLI, visit: oli.cmu.edu/oli.cmu.edu/ Free resource: EDUCAUSE on Campus Breakthrough Model:

22 Who is this person? Why should you know about him?

23 Salman Kahn, retired hedge fund analyst, creator of the Kahn Academy -- “Use technology to humanize the classroom”

24 Flipped classroom!

25 Repository – Referatory What’s the difference? Repository Content and metadata is stored, controlled and maintained by project Can offer special vocabularies i.e. The Orange Grove Digital Repository, Public Broadcasting Service, Referatory Metadata is stored and maintained by project Content is linked to i.e. MERLOT, The Orange Grove Digital Repository,

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27 Publisher eTextbooks ©

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29 merlot/index.htm

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31 Library of Congress MIT Open Courseware Smithsonian Public Broadcasting Service – national or local National Science Digital Library National Science Digital Library Locate High Quality “Open” (freely available) Content/Resources

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34 MOOCs

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36 To MOOC or not to MOOC? – Yes: we are working on or considering MOOC projects – No: we are not considering MOOC projects at the moment

37 Time Magazine Best iPad Apps The Essentials Adobe Reader Air Display Allrecipes Blogsy Calculator for iPad Free Catalog Spree Chrome CloudOn Comics Dropbox Evernote Facebook Fanhattan FastZip Feedly Find My Friends Pinterest Pocket Skype Spotify StumbleUpon TheScore Mobile Titan Downloader TripIt TuneIn Radio TV Guide Tweetbot Waze Weather Channel WebMD Wolfram Alpha Yelp YouTube ZenView Flipboard Google Earth Hipmunk IMDb Imo Interior Design IntoNow iTunes U Join.me Kindle LogMeIn Mint Newsy Paper Photo Editor by Aviary Pinnacle Studio

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41 Dr. Robbie Melton, TN Bd of Regents

42 9 hour DARPA Red Balloon Location Competition

43 Dr. Erik Christensen, South Florida State College Physics Professor, Chairman of Natural Sciences Department,

44 insights + innovation = IMPACT!

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46 “Technology is the campfire around which we tell our stories.” Laurie Anderson

47 The Critical Role of Faculty in Transforming Higher Education Thank you! Questions? Susie Henderson, Director, Online Strategies and Programs, EDUCAUSE

48 HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT EFFECTIVE LEARNING? How do you know that you‘re being effective?

49 HOW CAN WE ENGAGE OUR STUDENTS IN NEW WAYS?

50 WHAT HELPS STUDENTS RETAIN AND APPLY INFORMATION?


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