Friday, September 14, 2012

"Nuggets/Nudges/Nexts: Share/shape good ideas,resources,steps" Slides, Chat Transcript #TLTGFrLv 20120914 TLTGroup

"Nuggets/Nudges/Nexts" FridayLive! Sept14 2pmET
Join us every/any week as we continue to share good ideas, resources, suggestions, and specific [small] next steps in the TLT Group's FridayLive! free weekly online sessions   

Please find below: Text chat transcript (including many links shared by  FridayLive! participants) and links to other resources (slides, archives)
Call for Proposals - Draft (for future FridayLive! sessions and other TLT Group online events) 
Digital Archive  Full recording of this online session, which includes audio, slides, and text chat. If you registered in advance for this FridayLive! session you will automatically receive a copy of the link to the archive at the same email address you used to register. if you are a member of the TLT group you can always use this link to access the full  collection of available archived sessions.
Slides for this session available published separately
Text Chat Transcript...
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Welcome!  Take a look at the draft Call for Proposals for the TLT Group's online events 2012-2013:

  Lou Zweier:yes, but you are kind of loud and distorted
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Loud and clear!
  Lou Zweier:no  about the same
  Lou Zweier:yes, a little better
  Maida Tilchen:Sure I can hear thanks.
  Maida Tilchen:I'm getting echoes on every word
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Maida  are you logged in twice
  Maida Tilchen:yes
  Lou Zweier:no
  Lou Zweier:no
  Eric Werth:no echos
  Maida Tilchen:yes that's probably it
  Lou Zweier:you sound fine
  Maida Tilchen:ok now sorry
  Lou Zweier:yes it does
  Lou Zweier:I've found that very useful too
  John Munro:no mike sorry
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Virgin Islands!
  John Munro:yes, we don't usually wine, we rum.... :-)
  Lou Zweier:Just FYI - I will need to leave the session today at 11:50
  John Munro:make a module of earlybird "session" for asynch access/info
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:good idea John
  Eric Werth:I really like the afterthoughts segment.
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:thanks
  Lou Zweier:meant for many years
  John Munro:it's been continually refining... what doesn't work, doesn't survive/continue
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:they also tend to depart quickly when its memorial day weekend!
  John Munro:maybe a beforethoughs session (separate day? but not too far before)
  John Munro:thoughts
  Maida Tilchen:I thought the Enders Game ones were the most engaging for me.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Rotate day of week for them sessions. Anything but Mondays might help.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:I agree, every session is not right for every one every time
  John Munro:agree re: Mondays, but FriLive is nice to count on.
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Lou - help people enter with well-matched expectations for session
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:We would really truly welcome recommendations for sessions and presenters.  Yourself included.
  Lou Zweier:very useful tidbits
  George Guba:ideas
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:GAIN:  more volunteers
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Keeping up with technology relataed to teaching and learning.
  John Munro:perspectives and ideas from valued/vetted  virtual colleagues
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Best practices; new resources, liked ender's game too; tips on engaging the seasoned online educator, new & evolving technology
  Eric Werth:I like the low threshold applications portion.  I would like more of these as they are great tidbits to look into.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Learning about best practices related to technology and teaching.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Case study
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:There's an app for that session,.
  Lou Zweier:I don't have anything specific here
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Use of iPad or similar devices in teaching.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Design, implementation
  Eric Werth:I would also like more about how different technologies can be integrated into traditional classes to improve student engagement and learning.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Connectrions with friends.
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:CHERISH:  friendly open approach
  Maida Tilchen:You're very welcomnig.
  Alicemac:The 'Live' part!
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Hearing your voice each week.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:You have great guest speakers
  Lou Zweier:Interactions among participants
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Listening to your ideas related to teaching and learning.
  John Munro:'tone' - gentle, welcoming, considerate and considering
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:CHERISH:  variety of topics/presenters
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:You are our resident guru.
  John Munro:somehow it's harder to 'listen' when talking vs reading when typing
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:I like the mic option.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:One issue is related to the echo feedback that often occurs when others speak.
  Eric Werth:I always have a mic on but normally it is faster for me to just type in the chat windo.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Some individuals have better mics than others.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Not me, I rather speak!
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Typing doesn't have to be "called on"
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Lou - confirms our experience with infrequency of partricipants using mics
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Mics on laptops do not work well for voice for sessions like this.
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Lou - need better mechanisms for queing for taking turns
  John Munro:typing seems less intrusive, but still allows statements to be made
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:I use my tablet with headset pretty often, works great!
  Eric Werth:Also, as a Presenter now I can turn on my mic as needed but if I were just a particopant I would have to ask and wait for permissions to be granted.
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Sally suggested something like additional roles - designated vocalizers;  model participnats
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:The voice converesation is different from a telephone conveersation.
  Alicemac:two things: I need to think through what I gave ti say and the time is short, and secondly, it is being recorded.
  John Munro:plants?
  Lou Zweier:I think so too
  Lou Zweier:another advantage of chat is that everyone can speak at once.  So a lot more can get said in some ways.
  John Munro:parallel multitasking
  Lou Zweier:I can see that.  But I can type so much less than I can type in the same amount of time.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:The headset that Steve mentions is excellent..
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Headset Logitech USB H530  (Order this way and we get a little cut.)
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:The "APP" session.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Yes, the app session was great!
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:The copyright series
  Lou Zweier:I might be able to do that.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Yes, I would be interested too
  John Munro:maybe a topic-based blog structure?
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:We should have someone on the lookout for the latest apps that are available related to teaching and learning and share these.
  Lou Zweier:ok
  Eric Werth:Do you use the same Connect meeting room for each session?  If so maybe we could have a persistent chat window where we could write ideas that we have found useful.
  John Munro:is there a recording of audio -- often implies in text
  Lou Zweier:great question
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Community of inquiry series might be of value. Lots of chatter at the colleges where I do adjunct work
  Eric Werth:I liked the session on hybrid courses and would like to see more on this!
  Lou Zweier:those all sound very good.
  Maida Tilchen:open education resources
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Use of tablets to support teaching and learning.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Digital textbooks.
  Maida Tilchen:I'm very glad you will have the MOOC workshop.
  John Munro:BYOD classrooms/students
  John Munro:device
  Lou Zweier:device
  Kyle Songer:device
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:COI : socila presence, cognitive presence, teaching presence,
  Lou Zweier:project-based learning
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:social
  Eric Werth:Maybe use of all of the Google apps that are available?
  Maida Tilchen:A big issue for our faculty is upgrades such as for the LMS that originate with the vendor.  No one wants to relearn.
  John Munro:more than 60% of my students have/bring smartphones/tablets to class -- take photos of chalkboard, access google docs etc
  Lou Zweier:yes, as opposed to the institution haveing to provide devices
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:RELEARNING
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Technology resources used in assessment of students.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:I just signed-up for a MOOC through Google: Power Searching at Google Starts on 9/24
  Kyle Songer:People have a tough time making the transition from designing learning the way they were taught (rote memorization ) to designing active learning.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:I'd like to have Steven Bell back to talk about ways he uses to "keep up."  He's an engaging speaker.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:It would be good to have Phil Long back some time.
  Lou Zweier:No, nothing more.  It's been a good session
  John Munro:after a case/courseactivity etc is presented, get responses from students who used it
  Lou Zweier:Thanks All.  Bye
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:
  John Munro:good idea
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:yes
  George Guba:Good idea
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:It would help for planning
  Eric Werth:I think that it is a good idea too.
  John Munro:although 'spontaneous' sessions happen too
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Have you ever done this before?  If yes, was it successful.
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:proposals for fridaylive or workshops? or both?
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:If not done before I think it is worth doing.  Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:It would be a nice avenue for folks who did not get into conferences but have great things to offer
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:good thopught
  John Munro:google forms help focus and reduce 'overhead'
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Distribute through member schools
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:would any of you be willing to help read?
  Kyle Songer:I like the Google form idea
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Any way to provide an incentive?  Not money but something else to encourage contribution.
  John Munro:just got called for town trip     sorry -- thanks for thoughtful session today!
  John Munro:bye all
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:CU soon John!
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:We're in extermission
  Maida Tilchen:I am signed up for four MOOC courses this fall. I don't know if I'll do all of them all the way, but I would like to compare experiences with others on Friday Live, and hope that will happen. Im taking them in part for the experience, not just the content.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Maida, it would be fun to compare notes. I have taken 3 so far.
  Maida Tilchen:You just inspired me to sign up for that Google power searchng one, thanks.
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Maida - That's terrific!  Can you and Nancy come to the planning sessions?
  Maida Tilchen:I won't know anything until the courses run.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Yes, I would participate with others on this
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Thanks Nancy
  Maida Tilchen:Planning sessions for the MOOC thing next week?
  Maida Tilchen:Tuesday ok
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Monday best for me; Tues am
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:ET
  Maida Tilchen:Sorry Monday is a Jewish holiday
  Maida Tilchen:So is your second MOOC session
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Yes 11:15 ET works
  Maida Tilchen:11:15 EDT on Tuesday? Yes
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Tues 11:15ET planninbg for the Mock MOOCs?   session  adobe - frlv fall 2012
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:sure
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:OK will be there
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:I'm concerned about the jewish holidays conflict
  Maida Tilchen:they both are, but I'm ok for tuesday
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:Yom Kippur is the date for the second MOOQ
  Maida Tilchen:Rosh Hashana is next week, Yom Kippur is the 26th
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:we need to change that
  Kyle Songer:Sure
  Eric Werth:I would like hints, suggestions, etc.  for working with faculty who are resistent to integrating technology into their teaching.
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Kyle - you sound very good
  Eric Werth:Another interesting topic might be how an instruction in a larger online course could still interact with students.
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Kyle:  Finds faculty who are trying to teach online are prone to not use more interaction, active learning, ....  HOW MAKE THAT TRANSITION?
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Kyle - online physics session using simulations....  [remote labs too?]  Enders Game
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Nancy:  Lots of courses where mostly first-time teaching online and lots of students who are close to beginning in college and close to beginning courses
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:Nancy - asked student )(online) attitudes about interacting with instructors - esp. FEAR of interacting with instructors ... FEAR OF PROMINENT RECORD
  Kyle Songer:I am willing.
  Sally Gilbert, TLT Group:when could you do it?
  Steve Gilbert, TLT Group:KYLE & NANCY FRLV  FEBRUARY 2013
  Kyle Songer:yes.
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:February is good!
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:How nice.
  Eric Werth:I would be interested in some of the information that is emerging from brain research on learning.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:No.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Still hoping.
  Kyle Songer:Steve, use the pod menu to make a new share pod.
  Kyle Songer:then use the share buttn and then choose document (even though it is a picture).
  Kyle Songer:oh, I see, you put it in the file share pod.
  Kyle Songer:sorry.
  Eric Werth:Sounds great.  Maybe he could put in the brain information and we all could discuss how it could impact learning??
  Eric Werth:Great picture!
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Very nice.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Thanks for sharing.
  Kyle Songer:Very cute.  Great smile.
  Charles Ansorge, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:Happy grandparenting.
  Eric Werth:Nampa Idaho, Northwest Nazarene University
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Sorry All, I have to go. Looking forward to Tuesday's meeting.
  Kyle Songer:Bye
  Nancy Calsolaro Smulsky:Welcome!
  Kyle Songer:You are quite welcome.

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