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Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaborating to Create Collaborative Learning Environments Kent E. Miller, Libraries Thomas Roderick,

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1 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaborating to Create Collaborative Learning Environments Kent E. Miller, Libraries Thomas Roderick, Information Technologies Susan M. Zvacek, Instructional Development and Support University of Kansas

2 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 HVC 2 at the University of Kansas High Velocity Change, High Volume Collaboration Program-Oriented Task Forces Multiple Campus Agencies Sought Achievable Solutions

3 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaborative Learning Environments (CLE) Committee Exploring a New Model Beyond the Computer Commons and Group Study Requiring Collaboration of Faculty, Librarians, and Technology Specialists

4 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Players Collaborating Library Instructional Support Students “TLC” Staff IT Staff University Architects Faculty

5 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 CLE Committee Recommendations Develop a Plan for Introduction of CLEs in Libraries, Computer Labs, and Other Campus Spaces Develop a Program to Introduce Collaborative Learning Strategies to Faculty

6 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Library Services Foot traffic down, but Network traffic up Ramifications for Service Models, Space Utilization, and Staff Allocation

7 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Instructional Research & Theory Collaboration Gains Ground Workforce/Societal Demands for Teamwork, Communication Skills, and Problem Solving Re-thinking Concepts of Teaching, Learning, Classroom, Assessment, etc.

8 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaborative Learning Basic Tenets Positive Interdependence – Mutual Goals, Mutual Rewards – Interdependent Roles – Structured Tasks Individual Accountability – Slackers and Workhorses – Helping Others Learning

9 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaborative Learning Basic Tenets (cont.) Appropriate Grouping – Assigned, Heterogeneous Groups – 4-5 per Team Group Processing – Reflecting on Process and Outcomes – Building Team Skills – Feedback to Team and to Teacher

10 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Information Technologies Ubiquitous Computing Anytime, Anywhere Connectivity Hardware Upgrades – Multimedia Labs, Classrooms, etc. Student Expectations

11 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Things We Learned Combinations: – Individual and Group Work Areas – Classroom, Informal Learning, Workstation Areas – Support Staff: Technology and Research Based

12 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Things We Learned (cont.) Technology – PC and Mac, Wireless Access, Multimedia Stations, Presentation Hardware (e.g., SMARTboard, Projectors, Dry Erase Boards) Furniture – All Mobile: Chairs, Tables, Walls – Comfortable and Inviting

13 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Things We Learned (cont.) Centrally Located on Campus Amenities – Coffee and Food Available Nearby – Parking Close by for Off-Campus Students – Long Hours of Operation

14 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Budig Computer Lab – Before Typical Computer Lab/Info Commons – 75 PC’s in Long Rows – 1 PC Classroom with 25 Stations – 1 Mac Classroom with 15 Stations – 2 Student Staff

15 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Before …

16 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Before …

17 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Prototype Environment – After Divided into Three Sections – Individual Workstations – Collaborative Learning Environment – Classrooms (PC and Mac)

18 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaborative Learning Environment Teaching Space – Laptops, White Boards, SMARTboard, Easy-to-Move Furniture Group Work Area – Movable Tables and Chairs, White Boards, Desktop Computers, Wireless Access Informal Study Area – Wireless Access, Comfortable Seating

19 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 After …

20 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 After …

21 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Collaboration Continues … Promotion of Space to Users Faculty Development Staffing Decisions Thematic Learning Community Involvement Architecture Student Involvement More CLEs On the Way

22 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 For More Information: Kent Miller, Thomas Susan M. Zvacek,

23 Miller, K., Roderick, T., & Zvacek, S. – Educause, 2004 Copyright [Miller, K., Roderick, T., Zvacek, S., 2004]. This work is the intellectual property of the authors. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of the authors. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the authors.


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