Monday, July 26, 2010 12:00pm Eastern / 9:00am Pacific
Call in Information:
Phone: 605-990-0111 218-862-1000
Welcome and Introductions (Introduce Yourself)
- Rob Coyle, Johns Hopkins
- Maggie Lynch, College of the Redwoods
- Salwa Khan, Texas State University
- Sue Roig, Claremont Graduate University
How do we want to work and communicate?
- Frequency of calls/meetings
- Alternate Communication Methods
- Sakai Site
- Using OpenEd Practices site?
During Conference Sakai site would be offered to help multiple T&L subgroups. One site is a better
May have links out to various sites, like etherpad, but as long as there is one site.
Organizing a little better. Best Practices by Categetories: By Tools, by Practices.
How quickly can we get something set up?
Spread out the responsibilities for editing sections - training the various people
Areas of Focus (What do we want to work on)
- Gives us a chance to compare Apples to Apples
- First Define Categories, then Define Innovation (add into rubric)
- K-12, Community College, Undergrad, Grad?
- Fully online, hybrid, web-enhanced
- How to combine needs?
- Does outsides tools placed in Sakai count? even if strong in pedagogy
- Design Lenses - maybe look at Lenses to help define some criteria
- Originally Designed with Fully Online Courses in Mind
- Maggie: One Rubric that serves all categories
Checklist for what makes a good course - maybe from existing rubric
Then where in those items is/are the innovation
2011 Brainstorming Page http://confluence.sakaiproject.org/display/PED/TWSIA+2011+Brainstorming
- TWSIA 2011 Planning2011 Planning Outline - Tentative http://confluence.sakaiproject.org/display/PED/TWSIA+2011+timeline
Rob: Mtg with Kim, Josh, etc., about OpenEd
Come up with a definition of innovation
Determine categories - lenses or other?
Use of lenses - definition of innovation vs categories?
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TWSIA 2010 winners interviews: