The Presentations

Over the last 18 months, I presented aspects of my research a number of times for diverse audiences including

  • Undergraduate, graduate, and professional classes;
  • Administrative groups tasked with program-level curriculum design, general education and the quality enhancement plan (QEP) development and oversight;
  • Scholarly conferences focused on issues educational technology, digital pedagogy, and higher education assessment.

With each presentation I tackled my thinking from a slightly different angle.  Sometimes they were well received and I felt like I said what I needed to say. Other times, not so much. Here they are in reverse chronological order.

February, 2016: Openly Networked Learning Spaces (An Ignite Talk)
American Association Colleges & Universities General Education and Assessment Meeting, New Orleans, Lousiana

 

February, 2016: Building and leveraging social networks
Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

January, 2016: The theoretical and empirical foundations of connected learning as practiced at VCU
School of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

November, 2015: The Whats, Whys, and Hows of Social Learning Analytics or Annotation-Centric Assessment of Blogging in Higher Education
OpenEd Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia

 

October, 2015: Trailblazing and annotation systems: Documenting student connectivity through hyperlinking
Digital Learning Conference, Palo Alto, California

 

October, 2015: Personal learning networks: People, not search engines
School of Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University

August, 2015: Assessing student connectivity in the connected learning spaces of higher education
Prospectus Hearing, School of Education, Virginia Commonwealth University

December, 2014: Connected assessments for connected learning
General Education Taskforce, Virginia Commonwealth University