Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award 2010 Planning
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Subject: Call for award committee members
The Sakai Teaching and Learning Group is forming the 2010 Award Committee to oversee this year's Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award. Each of the past two years we've had a strong applicant pool and selected two outstanding finalists. If you missed the winners' 2009 presentations in Boston, you can watch Andrea Crampton at http://www.vimeo.com/5610058 and Edith Sheffer at http://www.vimeo.com/5623121.
If you would like to view last year's entries they are available on the OpenEdPractices.org web site http://openedpractices.org/courses. The evaluation rubric used for the award is located at http://openedpractices.org/files/TWSIA_Rubric.pdf.
We hope to continue the success of 2008 and 2009 and are looking for committee members that represent many different groups within our community, so please don't hesitate to sign up even if you don't have a teaching and learning background. Please contact Kate Ellis (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Susan Roig (email@example.com) if you are interested in working with us.
Thank you for your support,
Sue Roig?TWSIA 2010 Committee Co-Chair?Director Academic Technology?Claremont Graduate University?SunGard * Higher Education?150 E. Tenth Street, Claremont, CA 91711?Tel 909-607-8412 * Fax firstname.lastname@example.org?www.sungardhe.com
Kate Ellis ?TWSIA 2010 Committee Co-Chair ?Indiana University Bloomington?Instructional Technology Consultant ?Teaching and Learning Technologies Center?Wells Library 305 West Tower ?email@example.com ?http://www.indiana.edu/~tltc?
NOTE: The TWSIA Committee will meet twice monthly time will be determined by group.
Claremont Graduate University
Director Academic Technology
Co-Chair of the TWSIA '10
Indiana University Bloomington
Instructional Technologies Consultant
Co-Chair of the TWSIA '10
Director, Academic Technology and eLearning
Sakai Board Liaison
Janet de Vry
University of Delaware
Manager, IT-User Services
2008 year Chair
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Educause, Denver CO
Novemebr 4-8, 2009
Online application becomes available
Nov. 30, 2008
Application process closes
Orientation for committee for voting process
Committee review of applications begins
Committee review, deadline
Committee conference call to select finalists
Finalists selected, interviews arranged
Technology orientation for finalists and judges
Web conferences with finalists
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TWSIA 2009 Final Sponsorship Plan - Updated 10-22-2008
Enter your ideas/actions here. Make sure you send an email to Josh and Sue with any progress.
Who's Contacting Them?
Company Contact Person
Why this sponsor would be a good fit?
Last year's sponsor.
David Wu firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently integrating w/ Sakai
Sakai CA, active in the community
Content of our Plan (tentative)
- Front Page
- Table of Content
- What is Sakai?
- What is the TWSIA?
- Profile of our Last Year's Award and Winners
- Letter of Support from the Sakai Board or Executive Director
- A Word From the 2009 Committee
- Profile of the Sakai Community and Target Audience of the Award
- Tentative Budget and Required Sponsorship Contribution
- Levels of Sponsorship and Expected Exposure
- Committee Members and Contact Information
NOTES from Debrief:
- Updates/changes to application process on OpenEdPractices.org
- Do we need to change the application itself
- Allow for easier screenshots
- Address issues of setting word count
- Should we re-think OpenEdPractices in terms of how things are entered and displayed? UI changes?
- Could we use this for capturing "functional visioning" or other use cases
- How could we make the information more useful to developers and designers
- Look at workflow and how it might be improved in terms of improving interactions between developers/designers
- Could be used locally for institutions to record best practices
- End-user-support might be interested in using it as well, they are interested in engaging more on T&L issues/needs
- John will talk with Nate about improvements
- Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award feedback
- How do we encourage folks who are not extreme innovators to submit award application
- Should we create an "exemplary" category that provided a lower bar
- We could use the current rubric but not ask for significant innovation
- Sloan has an award that is aimed at "effective practice"
- We could consider bringing student from the 1st and 2nd place winners classes to the conference
- This would be great for ePortfolio projects
- We only had two active judges this year but had wanted three
- Maggie Lynch may be interested in being third judge
- Keep Karen and Ken if they are interested
- We would not have an international representative, but we could try and get folks involved in the first round of judging
- Moving some of the work to the Foundation
- Getting the word out internationally has been a challenge, Foundation could likely get the word out better
- Sue would be open to chair but could also co-chair
- Pre-conference workshop
- We might want to shift the focus from a lot of short presentations to a few in depth hands-on activities
- Workshop on how to create a course and leverage tools for innovation
- Approaches would be grounded in teaching and learning theory
- Problem-based courses, active learning, student-centered, etc.
- We need to consider the audience, are the faculty or instructional technologist/designers
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Come Join the 2009 Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award Committee!
If you were at the Paris Conference you hopefully got a chance to see the 2008 Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award Winners present how they are using Sakai to transform the teaching and learning process at their institutions. If you missed these wonderful presentations you can view them online at http://www.cpm.jussieu.fr/CPM/activites/visioconf/sakai_conf.htm (see the Wednesday morning sessions in Durand).
The Teaching and Learning Group hopes to build on this year's success and is in the process of forming the 2009 Award Committee. If you are interested in working on the committee you can sign up on this page (see the next point below). Add your name to the list and take note of our meeting time on Wednesdays.
If you would like to view last year's entries they are available on the OpenEdPractices.org web site http://openedpractices.org/courses. The evaluation rubric, which will be updated for next year's award program, is also available from this web site http://openedpractices.org/files/TWSIA_Rubric.pdf.
We hope to have representation from many different groups within the community so please don't hesitate to sign up even if you don't have a teaching and learning background!
TWSIA 2009 Committee Chair
Director Academic Technology, Claremont Graduate University * SunGard * Higher Education * 150 E. Tenth Street, Claremont, CA 91711 * Tel 909-607-8412 * Fax 909-607-7285 * email@example.com * www.sungardhe.com
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