Thank you for attending ID Summit! Pictures of the summit, including Lego presentations, can be found on the USHE Canvas Users Group. Remember to contact Travis Thurston if you need access. Presentation slides are available on the ID Summit blog. Video of both presentations are available:
“Designing learning for social impact: Exploring the zone of pedagogical praxis.” by Dr. Bethany Alden-Rivers (Slides) (Paper)
“Service Learning: Traditional and Online.” by Dr. Marcy Hehnly (Slides)
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As announced, our next ID Summit will be hosted at Weber State. The tentative date is March 17. They are planning to send out a call for presentations in the next few months. We will announce it once we have more information.
The Fall 2015 ID Summit will be held on October 23 from 10-2. Our tentative schedule is as follows:
- 10:00 – 10:30 – Introductions and follow up on USHE collaboration discussion
- 10:30 – 11:00 – Activity
- 11:00 – 12:00 – Keynote speaker: “Designing learning for social impact: Exploring the zone of pedagogical praxis.” Dr. Bethany Alden-Rivers. Assistant Vice President for the Office of Teaching and Learning. Utah Valley University.
- 12:00 – 12:30 – Lunch
- 12:30 – 1:00 – Activity
- 1:00 – 2:00 – Speaker: “Service Learning: Traditional and Online.” Dr. Marcy Hehnly. Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice department. Utah Valley University.
We will be hosting it at UVU’s Orem campus. We will broadcast both speakers for people attending at a distance. Important: This time we will be hosting the summit in a different location on campus. The summit will be held in the Sorensen Student Center (SC building) in the Centre Stage room.
The best place to park is in the parking garage next to the Sorensen Student Center. Details about parking validation will be provided soon.
Please fill out this form
to register. We look forward to seeing you there!
Video from the Summer 2015 ID Summit is now available. Special thanks to SLCC for taking the time to record it.
“Busting Myths in Instructional Design”
(Highlights of the summit, introduction to the summit, and brainstorm results of the ID activity)
“STEM Online and Other Myths”
“OER Myths and Tall Tales”
Jason Pickavance and Paula Michniewicz
“The Myth of Multitasking”
“Working with Faculty: Unicorns, Holy Grails, and Other Myths”
We are working on the details of the Fall 2015 summit and will publish them soon. However, we can announce it will be hosted on Oct. 23. Mark the date in your calendars!
SLCC has provided a schedule and a little teaser for ID Summit:
10:00 – 10:15 — Welcome
10:15 – 11:00 — Instructional design activity
11:00 – 11:45 — Keynote address: STEM Online and Other Legends, Shawna Haider, Associate Professor of Mathematics, SLCC
11:45 – 12:15 — Lunch
12:15 – 1: 00 — Session 1: OER Myths and Tall Tales, Jason Pickavance, Educational Initiatives Director, SLCC and Paula Michniewicz, Instructional Designer, SLCC
1:00 – 2:00 — Mini-sessions: The Myth of Multitasking, Jeff Brandt, Instructional Designer, SLCC; Working with Faculty; Unicorns, Holy Grails, and Other Myths, Bob Lindsay, Assistant Director of Instructional Design and Development, SLCC
Here is a preview of some of the mythbusting that we’ll be doing: “When I talk to students about taking online courses, I advise them to think carefully about their strengths and areas of struggle, learning styles, and the discipline of the class they are considering taking online in order to ensure a good fit. I give them the example that I personally would feel confident taking any Humanities or Social Science class online, but would really hesitate to take a science or math class online; however, I would be willing to take THIS online math class and would feel very comfortable doing so.” — Reviewer of Math 1220 – Calculus II
We look forward to seeing everyone on July 17.
The Summer 2015 ID Summit will be held on July 17 from 10-2. Our theme for the summit is Mythbusters. The speakers and activities will focus on busting learning science and instructional design myths.
We will be holding it in the Oak Room of the Student Center (STC) at the Redwood Salt Lake Community College campus (4600 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84123). Attendees can park in visitor parking just north of the student center (see map). Parking validation will be provided. We will also provide an option to attend virtually.
If you are interested in attending, please register. We look forwarding to seeing you there!
This past summer Dr. Joel Gardener of Franklin University presented to ID Summit. We now have the video of his presentation available.
The University of Utah was kind enough to film the Spring 2015 ID Summit presentations and make them available. Slides for some presentations are also available:
Leveraging Content Repositories and Video in Instructional Design
What is really going on here? Discussing Kaltura Analytics with Faculty
Thanks to everyone who attended and presented. We look forward to seeing you at the Summer 2015 ID Summit at Salt Lake Community College.
We have more details on the Summit scheduled for March 20. The speakers and times will be as follows:
10:00 – 10:20 – Welcome and introduction of the university representatives and major projects at institutions.
10:20 – 11:00 – Instructional design activity
11:00 – 11:40 – Session 1. Leveraging Content Repositories and Video in Instructional Design
11:45 – 12:15 – Lunch
12:15 – 1:00 – Session 2. What is really going on here? Discussing Kaltura Analytics with Faculty
1:00 – 2:00 – Keynote. Assessing Rights and Risks: How to Help Faculty and Instructors Navigate Copyright Policies
If you have any questions about the summit, please contact seth.gurell [no space and no spam] at uvu.edu.
We are pleased to announce the next ID Summit will be held on March 20 at the University of Utah Marriott Library. The theme of this ID Summit will be leveraging media in courses. We are planning for the following speakers:
“Assessing Rights and Risks: How to Help Faculty and Instructors Navigate Copyright Policies”
Allyson Mower, Scholarly Communications & Copyright Librarian, University of Utah
Knowing just a few basics about your campus policy on using copyrighted works can help make course design and management easier. This session will cover the main elements of the U of U policy on copying, briefly discuss how it relates to other policies from Utah institutions of higher education, and address ways of incorporating fair use principles into the course design process.
“Leverage Content Repositories and Video in Instructional Design”
Nathan Sanders, Instructional Designer, University of Utah
Adam Stewart, Video & Events Manager, University of Utah
“What’s really going on here? Discussing Kaltura Analytics with Faculty”
Seth Gurell, Director – Instructional Design Services, Utah Valley University
Learning analytics is an active, emerging area of interest in our field. Although there have been advancements in the technology, integration into practice lags. This presentation will examine UVU’s efforts in discussing Kaltura analytics with faculty.
If you are interested in attending, please sign up. Parking will be available in the East Stadium parking lot (labeled “09” below).
If you have any questions, please contact Seth Gurell (801-863-7351; seth dot gurell @ nospam uvu.edu.
Thanks to everyone who attended our last ID Summit! We wanted to post the slides and papers from our presenters.
Sarah LeMire’s presentation on “Libraries and Online Learning”
Slides from lunch discussion on effective online lectures
Dr. Anne Arendt’s presentation and paper