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Sponsorship Opportunities

We are always looking for sponsors for TWSIA.  If you know of a company that  might also be interested in being a sponsor, please contact the Apereo Foundation at info@apereo.org.

 


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NOTE: This page is a working space for the award committee, not the actual application site. 
The application site is https://www.apereo.org/communities/atlas  
  

Sakai Project page about the award: https://www.sakaiproject.org/teaching-sakai-innovation-award

Sakai YouTube Channel  https://www.youtube.com/user/SakaiCLE

TWSIA Goals

  1. Recognize and promote best faculty practices and innovation in using Sakai for teaching and learning.

  2. Establish a faculty presence in the Sakai community and in particular at the international Sakai conference.

  3. Bring faculty in contact with Sakai developers and designers. 

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TWSIA 2016 Planning Timeline

For reference purposes, here is the TWSIA 2015 page

Call in information for committee meetings: 

Go to link: http://apereo.blindsidenetworks.net/apereo/

Choose Room 2

Password: apereo

To join this meeting by phone, dial:

 (352) 327-4267

 (855) 215-5935 (United States toll-free)

Then enter 27616 as the conference pin number.

 

Meetings

Date(s)/times

First Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

September 16, 2015  11AM ET

Second Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

September 22, 2015 11AM ET

3rd Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

September 29, 2015 11AM ET

4th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

October 6, 2015, 11AM ET

5th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes 

October 13, 2015, 11AM ET

6th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

October 20, 2015, 11AM ET

Xerte meeting

October 22, 2015, 10AM ET

7th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

October 27, 2015 10AM ET

8th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

November 3, 2015 11AM ET

9th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

November 10, 2015 11AM ET

10th Committee Meeting - Meeting notes

November 17, 2015 11AM ET

11th Committee Meeting - Meeting Notes

November 24, 2015 11AM ET

12th Committee Meeting - Meeting Notes

December 1, 2015 11AM ET

13th Committee Meeting - Meeting Notes

December 8, 2015 11AM ET

  
  
  
  

Meeting to finalize selection of ATLAS winners for 2016 

 
  
  
  

Activities

Date(s)/times

Official announcement of award, open date for application

Dec 15

Final application process closes 

March 15

Judging Committee reviews entries and selects winners in each category

2-3 WEEKS

Winners and other entrants notified of results


Winners Announced (formal announcement from Apereo Foundation)

Early April

Apereo (Sakai) Conference

May 22-25, 2016 hosted by New York University in New York.

Date of winners presentations at conference 

 

ATLAS 2016 Materials:

TWSIA 2015 MATERIALS:

Announcement about opening of competition  for 2015

Entry form 2015 (course & project entries)

Entry form 2015 (portfolio entries)

INFORMATION FOR JUDGES:

Download the information sheet for judges below:

 Information sheet for judges

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TWSIA 2016 COMMITTEE

Subject: Call for award committee members

We hope to continue the success of this award for 2016 and are looking for committee members that represent many different groups within our community, so please don't hesitate to sign up. Please contact Luisa Li luisa.li@marist.edu or Cheryl Brown cheryl.brown@uct.ac.za if you are interested in working on the committee.Thank you for your support!

Members

First

Last

Affiliation

Position

Email

Google Account
(for Docs)

Roles (please indicate which)

Expertise (tools, language, network, sector, region)

Cheryl

Brown

University of  Cape Town

Senior Lecturer

cheryl.brown@uct.ac.za

cherybrown@
gmail.com

  • Co-Chair 

  • Participate in meetings and planning 

  • Providing feedback on preliminary submission 

  • Marketing within your networks

  • Judging final submissions

Higher Ed – F2f, Online/Hybrid, African based networks, Opencast, Sakai, Xerte

Luisa

Li

Marist College

Instructional Designer

luisa.li@marist.edu

2004.fl@gmail.com

  • Co-Chair 

  • Participate in meetings and planning 

  • Providing feedback on preliminary submission 

  • Marketing within your networks

  • Judging final submissions

Higher Ed, training, course design, pedagogy and technology

Antoinette

Malgas

University of Witwatersrand

Learning Designer & Trainer

Antoinette.Malgas@wits.ac.za

  

development, course sites, pedagogy

Armanda

Lewis

New York University

Director, FAS Office of Educational Technology

al861@nyu.edu

al861@nyu.edu

  • Participate in meetings and planning 

  • Giving feedback to applicants 

  • Marketing twsia

  • Judging entries

  • Creating materials

Assessment, active learning, blended & online learning, curriculum and project development, K-16, PBL

David

O'Steen

Wellesley College

Instructional Technologist

dosteen@wellesley.edu

dosteen@
wellesley.edu

Will come back next year

Higher Ed - F2F, Online/Hybrid Courses

Project Sites & Other Uses of Sakai

Dina

Kurzweil

USUHS

Deputy Director

dina.kurzweil.ctr@usuhs.edu

dina.kurzweil.ctr@

usuhs.edu

  • Participate in meetings and planning 

  • Providing feedback on preliminary submission 

  • Judging final submissions

K12, Higher Ed, faculty support, andragogy, pedagogy, ed tech, curriculum development, blended, F2F, & fully online education.

Fawei

Geng

University of Oxford

Learning Technology Support Officer

Fawei.geng@it.ox.ac.uk

fwgeng@gmail.com

  • Participate in meetings and planning 

  • Provide feedback on preliminary submission 

  • promote and market the awards within my networks

  • Judge final submissions

  • Be aTWSIA ambassador

Guillermo

Rodríguez, Ph.D.

IRICE - Universidad Nacional de Rosario - Argentina

Professor and Researcher

rodriguez@irice-conicet.gov.ar

 

guillermocorreo@
gmail.com

  • Judging final submissions

  Higher Education: Face-to-Face

  Higher Education: Fully Online or Hybrid Course

  Project Sites & Other Uses of Sakai

Janice

Smith, Ph.D.

Three Canoes LLC

Portfolio Consultant

janice.smith@threecanoes.com

janice.smith@
threecanoes.com

 

Portfolios

 

Jennifer

Loudiana

Walsh University

Instructional Specialist

jloudiana@walsh.edu

   

Jim

Mezzanotte

Asahi Net International (ANI)

Sakai Functional Consultant

 

jmezz70@gmail.com

 

 

 

Jolie

 Tingen

Duke University

eLearning Applications Specialist

jolie.tingen@duke.edu

jolietingen@gmail.com

  • Participate in meetings and planning 

  • Providing feedback on preliminary submission 

  • Marketing within your networks

  • Judging final submissions

  • Course design (blended and online)

  • Portfolios

  • Faculty Support

  • Higher Education

  • Sakai

  • Language: English

Mary Jo

Carnot

Chadron State College

Director, Teaching and Learning Center

mcarnot@csc.edu

mcarnot@csc.edu

 

Higher Ed, various course formats, project and course sites

Mobie

Nwaokomah

University of Baltimore

e-Learning Specialist

cnwaokomah@ubalt.edu

   

Salwa

 Khan, Ph.D.

 Texas State University

Coordinator, IT Projects

 sk16@txstate.edu

 sk16@txstate.edu

 

Higher Ed Course & Project sites

Zora

Rizzi

Tufts

Senior Client Support Specialist

zora.rizzi@tufts.edu

zora.rizzi@tufts.edu