[Portfolio] Reminder > Sakai Teaching and Learning Call TODAY (with Clay Fenlason)

Josh Baron Josh.Baron at marist.edu
Wed Dec 2 07:38:18 PST 2009


We will be having our regular weekly Teaching and Learning Sakai group 
call today at 12 Noon EST.  Call-in information is below.

As a reminder, the group has spent the past month or so working on 
populating the Learning Capabilities Google spreadsheet with simple 
user-centric goals.  At the present time (thanks in part of the work of 
Janice Smith over the last week who added a lot of portfolio-focused 
goals), we have 113 rows of goals documented. The spreadsheet is linked 
off the Teaching and Learning confluence site.

The group decided previously that we would take a "pause" at this point in 
the population process to assess what we've created and discuss how to 
begin to organize and group what has been documented.  As part of this 
effort, we have invited Clay Fenlason, Sakai Product Manager, to join the 
call again today so that we can engage in a discussion with him as to how 
the materials are currently being used and how they might be used in the 
future.  This discussion should help inform our next round of activities.

To help prepare for our conversation with Clay, I would like to suggest 
that folks take a few minutes prior to the call to read over his recent 
blog posting (see the Leading Design post at http://sakaipm.wordpress.com) 
 as it discusses how he had been using the materials to date and provides 
an example from Sam Peck, the designer he is working with, as well.

Talk with everyone in a bit,


Calls are currently taking place every Wednesday at 12:00 Noon ET (New 
York, USA).  To participate:

    * Dial 1-888-447-7153 (International callers: 1-719-387-1138)
    * Enter in passcode: 917798 (the hit #)
    * Listen to music until "moderator" starts the call
    * Need help? Call tech support at 1-877-807-0970

Joshua Baron
Director, Academic Technology and eLearning
Marist College
Poughkeepsie, New York  12601
(845) 575-3623 (work)
Twitter: JoshBaron
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