This webinar is hosted in English
Dr. Janet Salmons will discuss Designing and Evaluating Online Collaborative Projects.
About the Presenter
Independent scholar at www.Vision2Lead.com and Core Faculty in the PhD program at Capella University School of Business
About the Presentation
Collaboration online offers many possibilities: we can bridge time and distance, share resources, and engage using verbal, visual or written communications. However, collaboration online also offers many challenges. How do we decide on shared goals and ways to achieve them? What technologies should we use? How do we decide who does what? And for instructors using collaborative projects, how can I know who contributed and how can I evaluate students individually and collectively?
The session will offer practical tips and resources for developing a clear design for the collaborative project, organization of the process and evaluation of the outcomes. Three conceptual frameworks will be introduced: the theory of e-social constructivism (Salmons, 2009), Taxonomy of Online Collaboration and the Typology of Collaborative Assessments (Salmons, 2006, 2007, 2014).
Doctor of Education
Janet Salmons has served on the online graduate faculty of the Capella University School of Business since 1999. She is an independent researcher, writer and consultant through <a href="http://www.vision2lead.com" > her website </a>.
Dr. Salmons’ inquiry into emerging online methods has resulted in development of numerous books, models including the new QualitativeOnline Interviews available from Sage Publications or your favorite bookseller.