23 Things: Discovery Learning Activity (Assignment comments from the course LIS506:INTRO TO INFO TECHNOLOGY)
by Sullivan, Roberta (Robin)
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These files relate to: 23 Things: Discovery Learning Activity This project was part of the course LIS506:INTRO TO INFO TECHNOLOGY offered at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York. And: Tools of Engagement (TOEP): Discovery Learning On-demand Professional Development A revision of the above assignment geared toward faculty professional development for the State University of New York at Buffalo.
|1||Video7 1/2 Habits of Highly Successful Lifelong Learners||The original "7 1/2 Habits of Highly Successful Lifelong Learners" tutorial was created by Lori Reed during her time at the The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenberg County as a part of the original 23 Things project. A link to the original version is at: http://www.slideshare.net/LoriReed/7-12-habits-of-lifelong-learners. The revised version was created with permission by the UB Libraries for the Tools of Engagement Project (TOEP): Discovery Learning On-demand Professional Development which can be found at: http://sites.google.com/site/sunytoep||9/21/2012||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||Video23 Learning 2.0 Things - Quotes from LIS506 students||Quotes from students from the course LIS506, Introduction to Information Technology, in the Department of Library and Information Studies at the University at Buffalo.||11/20/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoTool of Engagement: a Discovery Learning Activity||Tools of Engagement is a discovery learning activity that provides an opportunity to explore and learn about freely available online tools for use in today’s teaching and learning environments. Instructional technologies are constantly evolving and changing the way we collaborate, communicate and share information. It’s imperative that instructors learn to easily adapt to the rapidly changing landscape of instructional technologies. The self-directed activities encourage faculty to become familiar with blogging, wikis, podcasting, online collaborative applications, and the latest web-based instructional technology tools. Faculty document the completion of various tasks by reflecting on these activities in a personal blog. A main objective of this project is to enable faculty to successfully master new instructional technologies to be able to use them effectively in their teaching. The original idea for this project is a modification of a popular professional development activity for librarians. This activity was transformed into an assignment for the course, “Introduction to Information Technology,” in the Department of Library and Information Studies at the University at Buffalo. The overwhelming positive response from students inspired a new revision that is being tailored to the needs of faculty.||6/6/2012||Free||View In iTunes|