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Mary Wiseman
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Here is my Wiseman Evaluating Digital Media Tools Rubric. I reserve the right to make further edits.

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My initial thoughts when reviewing the tools on these lists is-I feel overwhelmed.
As my ‘students’ –for the most part are instructors teaching online- I see some tools my ‘students’ have and are using.  I also see many tools that would be helpful to me in enhancing my own teaching.  

At this point in time, I am looking at Voki to help me make a meme [of sorts]. I plan to review the website to help me determine how to use this tool.

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ljbalckwell@baypath.edu

ljblackwell@baypath.edu

Hello,
I am preparing a Test Course, for Public Access, that will 'showcase' a new program of studies at our college.  My Program Director wants to 'share' an overview and 2 modules of content-enough to attract prospective students to this new graduate program. This Test Course, would be a marketing tool as well. 

I am including: an overview of the program, a run-down of the faculty photos and bios, FAQs about the program, a sample syllabus, an online learning overview, FAQs about online learning, tech requirements for online learning, 2 sample discussion topics and 2 assignments. I am building this in a Canvas LMS and because this is open to the public, I can not just open the discussions and assignments-thus I am 'creating videos' instructing visitors how the discussions & assignments work.

I wonder if anyone of you has ever created this type of Test -Public Course?  If so, what else would you insist goes into this course? Do you have any words of wisdom, from your experiences, in monitoring this type of course? 

In turn, I am also thinking of creating another Test-Type Course, for those prospective students who were intrigued with the Public Test Course and want to really try a fully functioning course [including actually submitting  discussions & assignments]. In order to gain access to this course, prospective students would need to be enrolled and the course very closely monitored. Again, there would only be 2 modules of content-enough to get the idea and not give away the 'goods'. 

Your thoughts and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Mary

 
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