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Remember to submit this form to save your work. You can return to edit your course/site profiles at any time by clicking on the course/site profile title in the My Contributions list at the right. If you mess up, prior versions of each course/site profile are saved and can be viewed or recovered under the revisions tab.
Each course/site profile has an area for threaded comments at the bottom where you (and other registered users, if it is published) may post comments about your profile.
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  • Wiki MarkupA. Site Title \ [Text Field\] Wiki Markup
  • B. Site ID or Name \ [Text Field\] Wiki Markup
  • C. Modality of Delivery: \ [Drop Down\]
    • a. Face to Face
    • b. Blended/Web Supplemented
    • c. Fully Online
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  • D. Audience/Level: \ [Drop Down\]
    • a. K-12 (Primary/Secondary)
    • b. Undergraduate (College/University)
    • c. Graduate
    • d. Portfolio
    • e. Technical/Vocational
    • f. Other
  • Wiki MarkupE. Average Number of Enrolled Participants: \ [Drop Down\]
    • a. Less than 10
    • b. 10 to 30
    • c. 30 to 60
    • d. 60 to 100
    • e. over 100
  • Wiki MarkupF. Delivery Length:  Please describe  \  Please describe  [Text Block\]
  • Wiki MarkupG. Description of Site\[Text Block\]
  • H. Contributing Institution
  • Wiki MarkupI. Contributors (Select all that apply) \ [multiple selections possible\]
    • a. Instructor
    • b. Instructional Team
    • c. Instructional Designer
    • d. Educational Technologist
    • Wiki Markupe. Other \ [Text Block\]
  • Wiki MarkupJ. Additional Information (Thoughts/Insights/Driving philosophy/Strategies) \ [Text Block\]
  • Wiki MarkupK. Attachments \ [Uploads\] (Will be Linked to Resources)
  • Wiki MarkupL. Tags \ [Taxonomy\]
  • M. Related URLS:

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Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award

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Select your course/site from the drop-down list. If your course/site is not yet in the list, first create a new course/site profile. When you return to the application, you will then be able to select your course or site from the list. (Drop-down of course/site profiles)

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Category: (required)

Wiki Markup<span style="color: green">Pick only one category in which to enter your Pick only one category in which to enter your course/subject/site.. Please note: The preliminary judging committee reserves the right to request that you change your category if the committee believes an alternate category might be a better fit.</span> \ [Radio buttons\]

A. Higher Education: Face-to-Face

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In the check-boxes below, select the categories in which you believe your course/site is innovative. Please note, it is not necessary that your course/site be innovative in EVERY category. As you complete entering information in the Self-Assessment (Rubric) categories below, describe how your site is innovative in those categories that you selected.

Wiki Markup\[Check-boxes for rubric categories--allow for multiple selections\]

  • Student Engagement & Community Building

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Screenshots/Links (Optional, but Highly Recommended)

Screenshots or a link to site examples is optional but highly recommended in order to assist the judges in evaluating the implementation of the course/site criteria.  You can upload other types of files (eg, MS Word or Powerpoint documents, video or sound files, etc, under File attachments below. Any uploaded screenshots or files must be no more than 4MB each and all your uploaded files must be no more than 100MB total. An alternative to uploading is to provide a link to these items on your server (either internal or external to your site). Please keep in mind that finalists will be asked to present their courses/sites online via a web conference "interview" with a panel of judges.

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