Open SUNY COTE Professional Development

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Open SUNY COTE Professional Development by Mind Map: Open SUNY COTE Professional Development

1. Open SUNY COTE Program/tools communications

1.1. podcasts

1.2. screencasts

1.2.1. Jing

1.2.2. screencast-o-matic

1.3. twitter

1.4. COTE blog

1.5. facebook page

1.6. facebook group

1.7. diigo group of shared bookmarks

1.8. YouTube channel

1.9. Slideshare

1.10. diigo

1.11. issu

1.12. COTE Community of Practice: Learning Commons

1.12.1. profiles

1.12.2. Online social networking : online communications/online tools to support our Faculty & ID communities of Practice (Ning, Facebook, etc. ) shared resources library & repository: diigo/diigo groups minilogs COTE Community Networking site Topic specific community groups blog rolls Discipline-specific community groups Resources Forums mentoring contact/networking IM lists Skype lists

1.12.3. awards

1.12.4. Reasearch: Investigate/report/integrate trends and new media/technologies to enhance online instruction (e.g., SecondLife)

1.12.5. Advanced Fellow Roles Monthly conf. calls

1.12.6. Monthly Update

1.13. website

1.13.1. fellow application

1.13.2. fellow chat proposal

1.13.3. COTE information

2. Affiliated Memberships

2.1. NMC

2.1.1. Benefits:

2.2. OLC

2.2.1. Benfits:

2.3. NUTN

2.3.1. Benefits

2.4. UPCEA

2.4.1. Benefits

2.5. Second Life

2.5.1. Benefits:

3. ..

3.1. PD associate certification

3.2. OSCQR Course Quality certification

3.3. Online Faculty Development program certification

3.4. Open SUNY Campus Partnerships: Institutional Readiness Program

3.5. Migration support (ANGEL to Bb)

4. Competency Development: Open SUNY COTE PD Paths for online practitioners

4.1. Interested Role

4.1.1. fundamentals self-paced video webpages webinar informational website

4.1.2. N2OL (core competencies) Course Developers (for those designing an online course primarily f2f async online webinar selfpaced Course Deliverers (for those inheriting a course design by others selfpaced webinar async online primarily f2f

4.2. Experienced Online Practitioners (Experienced to Exemplar Roles)

4.2.1. Basic - improve online course design Applying the rubric & peer reviewer training review, revise, continuously improve your online course Peer review self-assess incorporate feedback from reviews Continuous improvement: COI self assessments Social Presence Teaching Presence Cognitive presence

4.2.2. Intermediate - improve online course management and teaching practices Online Teaching Rubric

4.2.3. Advanced Innovation and advanced topics

4.3. Expert ID Role

4.3.1. ID Certificate Helping Faculty with New Course Development Creating Useful Resources for Faculty Training Faculty; Strategy, Presentation and Follow-up Professional Foundations; Researching and Networking Conducting Online Course Reviews

4.3.2. ID Mentoring New ID orientation ID role Expectations guidelines program/process elements assigned mentor faculty development program review and certification self evaluation feedback check-in

4.4. Accredited Certification for advanced roles

4.4.1. UA path to COLT certificate and CDIT program

4.5. Events

4.5.1. symposia topical discipline specific

4.5.2. Roundtable discussions Course design course management

4.5.3. Open SUNY COTE summit

4.5.4. CIT Roundtable

4.5.5. Fellow Chats

4.5.6. show cases

4.5.7. special interest groups

4.6. Sloan-C

4.6.1. College pass program - 5 seats/yr

4.6.2. membership

5. COTE Innovation & Research

5.1. IIRC/IITG collection, dissemination & publishing

5.1.1. COI

5.1.2. Faculty Motivation, Identity, Transformation

5.1.3. Social Networking in Discusssion

5.1.4. class community

5.1.5. online course design/effective practices

5.1.6. supporting student success (efficacy, self-regulation, resilience) (at risk students)

5.2. Best Practices (collection & dissemination)

5.2.1. LMS features & functionality

5.2.2. Pedagogy/Andragogy Teaching Strategies Course management strategies Course design

5.2.3. social media/new media/instructional technology/emerging tech

6. COTE Online Practitioner Resources

6.1. Resources

6.1.1. access to a Support Server for training, practice, demonstration and documentation/resources

6.1.2. Registry of SUNY online practitioners via the SUNY Learning Commons (Fellows) Interested Experienced Expert IDs Exemplar Innovator/Researcher

6.1.3. Registry of certified peer course reviewers

6.1.4. Registry of badged fellows

6.1.5. registry of certificates of PD completion

6.2. Online Library/repository

6.2.1. COTE generated/maintained Best practices technical, training and pedagogical/adragogical objects Videos LMS tips/tricks Sample course reviews Course Quality Rubric Example course documents Module/course design examples Learning activity design examples Instructional cues/documents

6.2.2. Community generated maintained

6.3. Tool box

6.3.1. Open SUNY COTE PD program elements N2OL online (all faculty conference) x course templates courses for observation Links to exemplar online courses podcast interviews video course tours/interviews Tutorials documentation SLN101

6.4. Open SUNY research hub

6.4.1. repository for online practitioner research