Community 2.0 Seminar Agenda
15 June, 2011
10:00-10:30: Discussing Online Privacy
Please read Considering Internet Privacy, making notes as you read. We will use this document as a starting point for discussing whether or not LAGCC should have an internet privacy and interaction statement for faculty, staff, and students and, if so, what it should entail.
On your own, you may also want to read Considering How to Evaluate Online Interactions when putting together your courses for 2011-12.
10:30-11:30: Exploring Tools in Connection to Bloom’s Taxonomy
There are many online initiatives that attempt to tie the objectives in Bloom’s Taxonomy to digital/online tools(see print handout). We would like for you to explore the tools on one such initiative at “Bloom’s Web 2.0.” on Symbaloo. Also, at Dr. Sanchirico’s suggestion, you may want to check Go2Web2.0.
Please post a report on the tools you have explored as a comment on today’s agenda in the Community 2.0 blog.
Optional: check Bloom’s Taxonomy in RadioJames Objective Builder, a great tool for creating course objectives; we recommend you watch the tutorial first.
11:45-12:30 Thinking and Writing about Final Reflections
Use the Contributor Tags on the right hand menu to locate the final reflections of the three participants assigned to you HERE. Read each reflection and respond to it (via the Comment function) by listing the three main ideas/concepts/issues that you see in the three reflections (this will help us with the large-group discussion). Of course, feel free to add any other comments of your own. You will have 45 minutes to read and respond to the three reflections.
12:30-01:15 Round-up Discussion on Reflections and more
01:15-02:00 Lunch and further discussion
Please complete the Faculty Post-Survey
Reminder: if you did not have your students complete the student post-survey as requested, please email them the link (perhaps using the Blackboard class email function). The link is HERE.
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