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1 Campus Compact Online Carnegie Classification Community Introduction to online Carnegie Classification Community carnegieforum.compact.org

2 Goals Participants in today’s webinar will: Gain knowledge about the online Carnegie Classification Community Have a clear idea of how to speak with members about the Community

3 Carnegie Community Classification The Carnegie Classification Community will offer members an opportunity to connect online with each other, as well as experienced practitioners and guest contributors, throughout the (re)classification process. The Carnegie Classification Community is a peer-to-peer, virtual learning community that will provide a forum to ask questions, discuss challenges, give suggestions and advice, and receive valuable support from colleagues across the Campus Compact network. The Community will give members a place to connect and receive help from each other as they navigate the application process. Don’t Go Through It Alone!

4 Background Developed as part of ongoing training and support for members seeking (re)classification Conceived as a way to ensure access and quality Provides a member-specific service Engaged Campus workgroup support and throughout initial brainstorming and beta testing Complementary to ERCC Peer Development Network and other state/regional trainings

5 FAQs What is the purpose? – Campus Compact has developed and will administer an interactive, online learning community where members will share information, ask questions and learn from one another throughout the (re)application process for the Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement. What is it NOT? – Not meant to be content heavy. Participants will find that through other state and regional offerings. What is the timeline? – Sept 5, 2013 – carnegieforum.compact.org goes LIVE for registrations – Rolling registration throughout the (re)classification process – April 15, 2014 – application due

6 FAQ ctd Who are the primary moderators? – Dr. Ashley Farmer-Hansen, CSD at Buena Vista University – Dr. Elaine Ward, NERCHE scholar, faculty member at Merrimack College – Dr. Amanda Wittman Who can join? The Community will be open to individuals from Campus Compact member institutions. How many people from each member institution? – Unlimited number of individuals, but each will need to register to get log in and password What is the cost? – Free for individuals from Campus Compact member institutions

7 Registration process What is the registration process? – Participants will register at carnegieforum.compact.orgcarnegieforum.compact.org – Registrations will be checked for member status against the database – Once participants are approved they will receive an with their account login and password. If participants’ institutions are not in the database as members, they will be denied access. – Participants will need to register with their institutional How long will registration take? – 2 day response to confirm membership status and log-in information – Log in process and getting started pdf will be ed with confirmation

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9 Glossary of Terms Carnegie Classification Community – the official name of the online, moderated peer-to-peer learning community Forum – the online platform that supports the CCC Topic/topic thread – the conversations posted in each group Group – the space for participants to post Settings – upper right hand corner – allows you to change password, set notifications, etc Profile – upper right hand corner – about you Username – the name that shows up connected to your profile Avatar – your uploaded picture My favorites – bookmarks topics and conversations you like Mentions – tags other users in topic and group posts Activity – any of your posts, conversations, favorites or mentions

10 Home page Find out if you are a member Registration link

11 Get Started tab Update profile information Upload a profile picture (avatar) These will also be attached as a PDF to the registration

12 Groups tab All participants assigned to a general group and one institutional group Primary area of activity Moderated

13 My Group Activity tab All of your activity My favorites and mentions

14 Resources tab Resource list Post your own resource

15 Glossary of Terms Carnegie Classification Community – the official name of the online, moderated peer-to-peer learning community Forum – the online platform that supports the CCC Topic/topic thread – the conversations posted in each group Group – the space for participants to post Settings – upper right hand corner – allows you to change password, set notifications, etc Profile – upper right hand corner – about you Username – the name that shows up connected to your profile Avatar – your uploaded picture My favorites – bookmarks topics and conversations you like Mentions – tags other users in topic and group posts Activity – any of your posts, conversations, favorites or mentions

16 Outreach and Promotion Summer teasers Sept 5, 2013 – , social mediawww.compact.org September Presidents’ Update September national newsletter John Saltmarsh to send to those who requested an application TRUCEN Ongoing outreach through fall and winter semesters

17 Get Registered! Register directly: 4gsr8cab&oeidk=a07e7wz5ygt64b1ba8d 4gsr8cab&oeidk=a07e7wz5ygt64b1ba8d


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