Innovation and Student Affairs

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Innovation and Student Affairs Courtney Brown Linda Jameison Emily Moore Cathy Stevens Clemson University February 13, 2004

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Introduction Proposed new class on innovation and understudy issues Course avocation Objectives Student Affairs Learning Outcomes Course Structure Assignments Weekly Outline

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Course Justification Technological development has, presently is and will keep on occurring: Technology is the upset about which we must choose between limited options (Gates, 1995). Mechanical progressions request that our schools plan taught laborers who can utilize innovation viably in the worldwide commercial center (Harnisch, 1999).

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Course Justification Technology is definitely affecting advanced education: Technology is problematic… Colleges and colleges… must thoroughly consider issues and their effect on advanced education, and must commit adequate assets and speculation to advance beyond the bend in this new time (Jackson, 2004).

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Graduate understudies need an indistinguishable premise of mechanical learning from the understudies they will work with once experts When proficient improvement is outfitted to a particular reason, instructive innovation can achieve its maximum capacity (Serim, 2003). Course Justification

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Course Justification Incoming undergrads are more innovatively sharp than their ancestors: by and large, innovation has changed the way of correspondence and correspondence designs among understudies and between understudies, personnel and heads (Gatz, 2000).

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Student Affairs Objectives Enhance understudy learning and self-improvement: In a learning worldview researchers no longer assume that each understudy takes similarly or that broadly acknowledged practices essentially result in ideal levels of learning for understudies (Anderson & Colvin, 2003).

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Student Affairs Objectives Understand assets accessible The mechanical learning environment, time administration, programming sagacious, PC "comfort", individual inspiration, and union might be as critical as abilities required in a conventional classroom (Upcraft & Goldsmith, 2000).

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Student Affairs Objectives Collaboration … the gathering can know and fulfill more than the individual,… the individual can be progressed through the assets accessible in the gathering,… the gathering propels at rate quicker than the total of individual exertion,… this expanded gathering headway thusly progresses the person in an extraordinarily quickened way (Anderson & Colvin, 2003).

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Student Affairs Objectives Be the master SA experts ought to be the power on their understudies innovative environment and their learning procedure The potential outcomes are unfathomable; just constrained by instructors' creative energy and eagerness to "think" in the new medium (Dadabhov, 2001). Research and audit Respond to the idea that distinctive conditions give diverse learning openings

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Learning Outcomes Foster move from assortment to relativism, as indicated by Perry's hypothesis of scholarly and moral advancement Knowledge is currently seen all the more subjectively; it is logically characterized, in light of confirmation and supporting contentions (Evans et al, 1998).

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Learning Outcomes Understand challenges, restrictions, advantages, impediments and moral issues postured with new innovation Understand how innovation can upgrade instruction, cooperation, talk, joint effort. Pick up information of different particular employments of innovation to upgrade territories of understudy undertakings

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Learning Outcomes Challenge and support: Knefelkamp and Widick's Developmental Instruction Model Experiential learning identifies with the solidness, unequivocal quality, and inclusion contained in learning exercises… (L)earning's motivation is to help understudies make associations with the topic. (Evans et al, 1998)

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Learning Outcomes Experiment with different employments of new innovation and distinctive learning methods Gain general information on gateway innovation and the conceivable outcomes of its application and use in understudy undertakings

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Course Structure 14 week course, meets one day for every week for a three hour class Experience wide cluster of innovation The syllabus is sketched out week-by-week, highlighting: Weekly subjects Justification for themes Assignments

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Assignments Email decorum extend Small gathering talk board Weekly 10-minute presentations Article postings Research part Portal advancement venture and presentation Final exam

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Email Etiquette Project During five star, address flow innovation Email IM Assign contextual investigation that requires proficient email reaction Due inside the week by means of email to educator

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Small Groups During five star, partition into collective learning bunches (2-3 understudies) Groups will cooperate all semester on all assignments Assigned online gathering examination board Each gathering relegated one of ten divisions of understudies issues for semester

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Housing Admissions Career Services Health/Counseling Services Financial Aid Multicultural Services Judicial Services Recreation Services Student Affairs Faculty Orientation Staff Small Groups will every attention on one of the accompanying territories:

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Small Group Discussion board appointed to each synergistic gathering Used to examine week after week presentation points Venue for growing long haul look into venture Instructor screens for nature of dialog

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Weekly Technology Topics Each week teacher examines new innovation subject relevant to higher ed. Little gatherings investigate the week's point as identified with their division of Student Affairs Report back amid one week from now's class How is region right now utilizing innovation How might they be able to be Supply one supporting article

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Weekly Technology Presentations 3-4 bunches show every week Not anticipated that would be formal 10-15 minutes long Research and report include: Articles Conversations with personnel, staff, understudies Observation

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Article Postings Articles referenced amid week after week presentations ought to be presented on Class database of articles Database is a piece of web space allocated to class Articles to be recovered by invested individuals in class

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Research Component Semester-long research in little gathering zones Determine how every division could turn into an effective piece of gateway group Research instrument can be study, meet or other sort Present results in definite venture amid most recent three weeks of semester Supplement comes about with composed research report

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Portal Development Project

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Portal Development Project To comprehend the entryway idea and how it could apply to advanced education Gain information on gateway innovation Small gatherings then take a gander at gateway idea in connection to their range of Student Affairs Conduct look into with workforce, staff and understudies What innovation is working What is not What is required

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Final Exam One paper address requiring amalgamation of materials Individually finished outside of class and submitted by means of email

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Week-By-Week Syllabus

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Week 1 - Introduction Purpose: To acquaint understudies with the way of innovation inside Student Affairs and to arrange them to the system of the class. Center: History of Technology in Student Affairs Overview of Current Technology in Student Affairs (Email, IM)

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Introduction Assignments: Divide understudies into venture bunches which they will work with all semester. Gatherings will concentrate on a particular territory of Student Affairs and innovation's part around there. These gatherings will be in charge of brief presentations all through the course and a last total presentation.

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Week 2 - Intro to Portal Concept Supports vision of learning administration in advanced education Single, completely coordinated, venture wide framework (Taggart, 2004) Unifies get to point for establishment's administrations and assets Provides the best support of date Allows for client personalization of assets

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Financial guide administrations Orientation Registration Chat rooms Access to workforce Purchasing tickets Library Resources Health Center E-mail Instant Messaging Data stockpiling Assignments Virtual advising sessions Distance learning classes Portal Concept - Services

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Portal Personalization Must give feeling of group to clients View customized to every client Requires outlook change for colleges Should be essential wellspring of data (Taggart, 2004)

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Portals and Student Affairs Unites all aspects of an association Should help in mission to grow entire understudy (Student Personnel Point of View, 1937) Should build understudy learning (Student Learning Imperative, 1994) Reinforces association with understudy body

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Portals and Student Affairs Twenty years back, conventional classroom guideline was the standard. Presently it's not uncommon to discover an understudy taking two conventional courses, one course on TV and two on the PC. Today a single parent can take a class at 10 p.m. at the point when her youngsters are snoozing. We've made some amazing progress, yet the main issue is that learning starts things out and we need to improve that procedure at whatever point we can. (Cox, Matthews & Associates, 2003)

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Week 3 - Cyber Ethics The good and bad of PC and Internet utilize (Kruger, 2003) Easy to carry out wrongdoings Crimes include: File-sharing Plagiarism Software Piracy Students must comprehend the results.

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Cyber Ethics Teach by case Raise issues with understudies Opportunity for understudy improvement Developing uprightness Moral advancement

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Week 4 - Technology Changes in Student Affairs Purpose: Review the effect innovation is making on desires for Student Affairs divisions Focus: Provision of Services Creation of Community Develop