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... 4 universities band together to share and protect digital resources 53269 This is a significant conversation that ComETS will monitor We understand that the TLT MAG group will be discussing this issue and we will do our best to help summarize and pass that information along We ll also be talking with Bruce Jeff and Linda to explore possibilities to engage with the ComETS community in a dialogue reminder Virtual Worlds Wednesday meeting Submitted by James Lloyd on Wed 05 21 2014 12 45 This afternoon there is a meeting of the Virtual Worlds SIG more of an open house really Everyone is welcome to bring questions and ideas for exploration The meeting is planned in two parts 2 3pm is in a classroom real life setting 3 4pm will be in the virtual world of Second Life which can also be observed in the classroom Details can be viewed at this url on the ComETS website https comets wisc edu event virtual worlds wednesday Upcoming Learning Analytics Outreach Event with David Shaffer Submitted by Kyle Jones on Tue 05 13 2014 11 25 As part of an outreach initiative stemming from the learning analytics pilot project that UW Madison is participating in DoIT Academic Technology cordially invites you to attend the upcoming event Date Wednesday May 21st Time 12 00 PM 1 00 PM Location Union South check TITU the day of the event for the room Title Epistemic Network Analysis Presenters David Shaffer and others Professor Educational Psychology University of Wisconsin Madison Abstract of the Presentation Learning in the 21st century means thinking in complex and collaborative ways that are situated in a real world context This session will describe epistemic network analysis ENA as a technique for modeling complex thinking ENA was originally designed to assess epistemic frames collections of skills knowledge identities values and ways of making decisions in virtual game environments The technique is now being used broadly to quantify the structure of connections that constitute complex thinking in logfiles and other records of discourse such as social media and email as well as in networks like brain scans or social network data The session will introduce users to this method which was developed at UW and is available for instructional and research purposes If you know of any exceptional learning analytics broadly defined projects here on campus please share them with me so that I may speak with the involved individuals about presenting their work with the campus at future outreach events Questions Please feel free to e mail me Kyle M L Jones kmjones8 wisc edu Earn 500 and redesign your course Submitted by johnmartin on Wed 05 07 2014 15 05 Earn 500 and redesign your course Interested in redesigning a unit of your course in a blended format Please see the program website for more information about the Blend UW summer engagement and its 500 professional development stipend The application deadline has been extended to Friday May 9 Embodied Learning of...

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