2010 SCoPE Seminars Summary Wiki
2010 SCoPE Seminars Summary Wiki
2010 SCoPE Seminars Summary
SCoPE Seminars Summary 
- What does motivation mean to you?
- What are the factors that can affect your motivation while taking online class?
- How do you handle the ones that are less involved? Have you found any strategies to motivate them?
- For those entirely new to blogs, what are your impressions and perceptions about the usefulness of blogs?
- should we get students to blog?
- How do you think blogs work as a networking tool? What features do you think are important?
- Are we transitioning more and more from the push of education toward the pull of learning?
- Can we successfully develop for the iPad so that learning management becomes more intuitive while preserving the authenticity of learning?
- More than just LMS, iPad has potential to be developed as learning technologies. What about institutions also looking at developing apps themselves ie not just technical but curriculum design, communication, as you have mentioned, and even collaboration?
- In the classroom that is what we are used to. Think back on your own classroom experiences and the quality of your own teachers. What qualities did those that had the biggest impact on you possess?
- Have you ever got students/participants to do this as well? What was their reaction to creating them and to viewing their peers? Were they also posted in the open web or under restricted access?
- Do we do enough to acknowledge the contributions of SCoPE members? For example, would more formal recognition for SCoPE facilitators (letters, certificate of appreciation, etc) help to enhance their portfolios at home institutions?
- What is the place for SCoPE in the Web 2.0 community?
- How can we continue to evolve SCoPE so that learning and knowledge can continue to emerge in meaningful ways - using these very same tools we discuss and experiment with and have brought into regular use?
- The whole issue of reflective practice and reflection is interesting isn't it? Many people say reflection is just another word for thinking. So what do we think about even the word reflection?
- What do you think successful online dialogue should be like?
- What does sharing reflection mean? What do we gain or lose if it is done with peers?
- What is often missing in your students' reflective writing?
- What tools are you using for ePortfolios? What influenced your choice? Can you share a link to an example of an eportfolio with this platform?
- What did you find most beneficial about using ePortfolios in your teaching?
- Do you have examples of situations where diversity inhibited access to learning?
- If we're going to be encouraging our students to use Creative Commons sources - do we encourage them to then re-share the material?
- What drove us to Google Docs?
- Is a discussion on a forum collaboration, or merely a discussion? Suppose that leads then to a shared conference paper?
- what do you see as the advantages of Google Wave for online collaboration?
- what's the best conversation starter you've experienced, either as a teacher/facilitator or a learner?
- How can we help faculty to see the impact of their messages on learners, and to understand the value of being more "knowable, present and human"?
- I'd like to speak a bit more on the second part of this question: why use synchronous online interviews in research?
- How do researchers normally record this type of information while concentrating on the questions and responses?
- What are the key differences between in person versus online interviews? What are the advantages of online interview other than its convenience and broader geographical reach?