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2:30pm PT Conference Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Tracy George
52:32
Welcome everyone!
CLAIRE DECRISTOFARO, FT, COHHSS
52:52
Let us know where you are if you haven't already
Amy May
53:10
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Khadija Bakrim
53:21
Lubbock, Texas
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
53:27
Hi folks, I work for Modern Languages in Vancouver, Canada
Tracy George
53:46
Welcome Deborah
Amy May
54:30
Hello, all. I am Amy from Washington State University. I am an instructional designer and former faculty.
Katherine Tanski - North Idaho College
55:00
All the time :)
Carol K iPhone
55:02
yes
Dana Dillard
55:03
I have been fortunate to engage in virtual collaborations.
carie
55:08
YES
Tracy George
55:09
Great!
Heather
55:10
Yes, this is very common in industry. I worked with other from all over the world. I am working on a book with people from various locations.
Amy May
55:15
Yes! It's part of my job :)
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
55:16
Yes, definitely
Eric Peloza - UW Extended Campus
55:16
Yes, all of the time as well
Michelle Rosser-Majors
55:18
Excellent!
Alaina Pascarella
55:34
Many of my colleagues are located at our California site while I am working in Iowa
Tracy George
55:59
Thank you for sharing!
carie
01:07:11
You're so right. Peer review can be very helpful for course design but here is not mandatory ... what are other institutions doing?
Heather
01:09:56
We created templates for our online courses and added the other instructors as 'users'. We can review what others are doing and copy things we like to our courses.
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:09:57
Absolutely!
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:10:48
That's great Heather, We try to certainly include all of our instructors as we update our courses. This collaboration helps us to have the best revisions possible.
carie
01:11:42
Nice - then you can also be consistent with design, plus (maybe) avoid curriculum overlap
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:12:21
Yes - Collaboration has also helped to assure scaffolding as well. Lots of pluses to working together.
carie
01:15:15
I think I'm a weekend Owl - weekday Lark!
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:15:32
Haha! I am a lark - no question. : )
carie
01:17:36
Yes - sort of like being a co-pilot - trust is a two-way street
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:18:03
I think it also takes longer to establish virtually so we must pay attention
carie
01:18:51
Plus the time differences to consider!
Heather
01:20:17
different languages
Carol K iPhone
01:20:18
unclear meeting outcomes
Katherine Tanski - North Idaho College
01:20:21
Time zones for sure.
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
01:20:29
I am right now trying to schedule around time zones
Tracy George
01:20:34
Thanks for sharing
Amy May
01:20:55
Yes, people who are reluctant to use some of the tecnology we use--
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
01:21:01
Skype meetings 8-10 hours away
Tracy George
01:21:11
Reluctance to use technology can be a definite issue
carie
01:22:41
a colleague told me no Zoom - she wanted to go to lunch so we could bond - that was a nice barrier
Amy May
01:22:57
No one likes to feel like they don't know how to do something, but we all are constantly learning. Building trust, so we can teach people how to use the technology available, is huge.
Tracy George
01:23:29
I work at a brick and mortar university so there are advantages to both in person and virtual collaboration
Heather
01:23:53
It is icy in KC today so we are doing everything virtual today!
Tracy George
01:25:56
That is a great advantage - you can still work even when the weather does not cooperate!
Amy May
01:28:42
Great points! We struggle with this all the time. We provide lunch for people on the main campus at various events, but other campuses are not able to participate in some of the ways we support campus staff and faculty.
Tracy George
01:29:08
Thank you for sharing, Amy!
Amy May
01:30:29
Great points! And phones!
Trevor Belcher
01:30:34
great point Claire
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:30:43
Oh YES! Phones. LOL
Amy May
01:30:49
:)
Trevor Belcher
01:32:00
love that Michelle ...same for me
Tracy George
01:33:00
Thank you- I also have to take notes during meetings!
carie
01:40:22
what is your LMS?
CLAIRE DECRISTOFARO, FT, COHHSS
01:40:35
Everyone submitted pictures of Halloween activities in costume and loved it -- full-time and adjunct faculty as well
CLAIRE DECRISTOFARO, FT, COHHSS
01:40:41
At Ashford we have Canvas now
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:41:06
Carie - CANVAS
carie
01:42:02
We use Blackboard - I like Google docs best for collaboraton!!
Lee Ash
01:42:09
I use Zoom to work with online students
Katherine Tanski - North Idaho College
01:42:21
I have a large collaboration group that uses Slack and it's changed our dynamic for the better so much!
Lee Ash
01:42:35
Canvas here
Amy May
01:42:43
Collaborate Ultra
Amy May
01:43:02
Google Docs
Pamela Murphy
01:43:09
I like Screencast-o-matic, too, Tracy.
Amy May
01:43:11
One Note
Amy May
01:43:15
One drive
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:43:15
Yes - the reason for our Halloween parade started because on-site were all showing off their costumes and they were sent out to all of us so I sent out an email that said Why should on=site have all the fun? We had a great particpation and it is now an annual even for our program.
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
01:43:23
We have D2L, we have shared development courses
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
01:43:33
(Brightspace)
Pamela Murphy
01:43:48
Thanks, Tracy!
CLAIRE DECRISTOFARO, FT, COHHSS
01:43:52
YAY Pam Murphy!!!
Pamela Murphy
01:44:38
Thanks, Claire!
Pamela Murphy
01:45:51
We are always learning things from each other!
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:46:19
That's because you are all amazing people!! I love learnng from you all!
Pamela Murphy
01:46:50
Thanks, Michelle!
Amy May
01:48:13
It sounds like one of the things you all have going, which may not have been mntioned on your earlier slide, is you highly value one another and the strengths in the group as well as one another's work styles.
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:49:03
I would agree - this leel of respect and trust is so important
CLAIRE DECRISTOFARO, FT, COHHSS
01:49:30
@Amy high degree of respect for each other for sure
Dana Dillard
01:50:20
I love the comment about practicing with a platform as well - in a last minute panic, I had my son log into Zoom so I could practice screen-sharing with him. :)
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:50:45
That's awesome Dana!
Amy May
01:50:58
Great idea, Dana!
Tracy George
01:51:13
Author order is so important!
Tracy George
01:52:15
It's great to have collaborators who complement each other- works well
Amy May
01:52:19
Thanks, all! It was a pleaure listening to your presenation and watching your collbaoration style in process! On my way to another meeting.
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:52:30
Thanks Amy. Take care!
Lee Ash
01:52:51
thanks for a great presentation. Many good ideas.
Tracy George
01:53:21
I am not an owl! But Dr. D. and I work well together! Often I'm yawning as we meet at 10 pm!
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:53:40
Thanks to all who attended. Much appreciated!!!
Tracy George
01:53:49
Thank you for attending!
Laura Sliwinski
01:54:12
Great presentation!
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:54:24
Thanks Laura!
Sandra Rebeor
01:54:24
I am sorry that I was so late but this was a great presentation! Loved it!
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:54:34
Thansk Sandra!
Dana Dillard
01:54:38
Fantastic discussion - I always love hearing about these collaborations!
Pamela Murphy
01:54:46
Thank you for the great presentation!
Deborah Moniuk, Langara College
01:54:54
Thank you everyone
Michelle Rosser-Majors
01:55:01
Thanks Deborah!