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1 Copyright Carole Turner, Jim Kerkhoff 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 author. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the authors.

2 Solutions to the Digital Disconnect Carole Turner, Asst. Director, UW Academic Technology Jim Kerkhoff, Asst. Dean, UT Fine Arts

3 Introduction

4 Why bother? recruit and retain students Improve student’s information fluency align alumni services with Net Gens

5 What did we do? Lit survey on today’s students Survey data Student interviews Reality Check

6 What did we do? Lit survey on today’s students Survey data Student interviews Reality Check Andrew:

7 To our surprise... Students are generally happy enough technology comfortable spaces wireless coverage

8 To our surprise... Students are generally happy enough technology comfortable spaces wireless coverage Deborah and J.P.

9 To our surprise... Students are generally happy enough technology comfortable spaces wireless coverage Mary Katherine:

10 Informal Learning Spaces campuses are good at facilities one example: 11% increase in Fine Arts Library usage after renovation Gap: the need for more diverse study spaces with technology

11 Informal Learning Spaces

12 Zach:

13 Mary Katherine:

14 Classroom Instruction Gap: students prefer active learning many classrooms have presentation technology wireless in the classroom faculty awareness and acceptance is needed

15 Classroom Instruction Gap: students prefer active learning many classrooms have presentation technology wireless in the classroom faculty awareness and acceptance is needed Mary Katherine:

16 Classroom Instruction Gap: students prefer active learning many classrooms have presentation technology wireless in the classroom faculty awareness and acceptance is needed Chue

17 Classroom Instruction Gap: students prefer active learning many classrooms have presentation technology wireless in the classroom faculty awareness and acceptance is needed V.H.:

18 Classroom Instruction Gap: students prefer active learning use more wireless in the classroom help faculty develop interactive applications

19 Online Resources Gap: students want classes with online components.

20 Online Resources Gap: students want classes with online components. Andrew:

21 Online Resources Gap: students want classes with online components. Zach:

22 Online Resources Gap: students want classes with online components. Americo:

23 Online Resources Gap: students want classes with online components. Chue:

24 Online Resources Gap: students want classes with online components. simplify online applications provide more support for using online components

25 Promoting and Using Technology Gap: students and faculty don’t know what already exists Gap: How best to support a discipline with Technology?

26 Promoting and Using Technology Gap: students and faculty don’t know what already exists Gap: How best to support a discipline with Technology? Andrew:

27 Promoting and Using Technology Gap: students and faculty don’t know what already exists Gap: How best to support a discipline with Technology? Sarah:

28 Promoting and Using Technology promote existing services develop partnerships ask faculty and students what they want

29 Conclusions/Comments Students have the technology they need Improve faculty comfort with technology Promote existing services Build faculty and technology partnerships

30 Conclusions/Comments Questions or Comments? Carole Turner - Jim Kerkhoff - u u u

31 References The ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, Millennials Go to College, Neil Howe and William Strauss, 2005, LifeCourse Associates; “Five Things for a CIO to Consider about Today’s (and Tomorrow’s) Students,” Strategic Project Paper by Cam Beasley, David Greenbaum, Jim Kerkhoff, Todd Litzinger, Brian Rust, and Carole Turner, April Fine Arts Library Unit Annual Report for 2005/06, UT-Austin. “Students and Libraries on the Madison Campus,” Focus Group Results, September 2006, UW Wisconsin Campus Computing Survey, The Campus Computing Project, Kenneth C. Green, Director.


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