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Thirty-eigth issue, Volume four
TLT Group TGIF 9.27.2011
|From TLT Group World Headquarters
||In a few weeks, we'll be highlighting the concept of Counterimplementation
in a FridayLive! on Oct 14. If you're unfamiliar with the concept,
please take the time to read Steve's blog post this week about it, "We can only hope for incremental change...",
as well as the full article "Information Systems and Organizational
Change" by Peter G.W. Keen, May 1980. I think you'll find it as
fascinating and useful as we have. It's great background for any of our
sessions that pertain specifically to new technologies and change - like
this week's FridayLive! on eTextbooks. Join us!
Steve seeks your opinion, experience, interest, and ideas. The TLT-SWG Blog is the perfect place to weigh in! UNISA, "pioneer of higher distance education in western world"
"Protect My Tweets" - Useful in courses? Examples?
BYOD - "outsource your IT department to Apple"
"Whatever you're doing now is wrong? - vis a vis centralize/decentralize tech support
CC Search - helpful way to find legally useable images
More always on the way...
Keeping Up: eTextbooks
Steve Gilbert with Lisa Star, Chuck Ansorge, Jane Harris, and Ilene Frank
This Friday, September 30, at 2:00pm ET
In this special FridayLive!,
our new "Keeping Up" Panel takes on eTextbooks. Chuck will describe his
use of a Digital Textbook in his online statistics class last spring.
Be prepared for open, insightful, hype-free discussion!
Registration for Sept 30
Upcoming FridayLive!s... Bringing TED to classrooms..........Extending Successful Teaching: From classroom to online..Working with Student Resistance to Active Learning...If evidence for changing pedagogies is so clear, why do my colleagues keep teaching the same way?FridayLive! full event calendar
Fall 2011 season FASTPASS is also available for registration for TLT Group Individual Members
| Members Only
From the vault:
TLT Group's Fundamental Questions Activity
Information technology can be the excuse and the means to make almost any kinds of change in education and elsewhere.
As you think about the kinds of change that might happen, try to answer
each of these Fundamental Questions for your students, your colleagues,
your institution, and yourself:
What do you most want to gain? What do you most cherish and want not to lose?
These two simple, powerful questions are the heart of the TLT Group's Fundamental Questions activities. Participants
identify their most important shared goals and commitments as well as
significant differences in their hopes and fears.
Members can access complete Fundamental Questions activity in our vault of resources. [If you're not sure of your membership status, our membership website has
the info you need. Faculty and staff affiliated with an Institutional
Subscription can register for an Individual Membership for free. Check here to see if your institution is a TLT Group subscriber.]