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Community-Engaged Signature Work
in the Digital Ecosystem
Rebecca Frost Davis
2017 Institute on Integrative Learning & Sig...
Participatory Culture
Emerging Digital Ecosystem
•  Shaped by networks, which are fundamentally
social;
•  Characterized by horizontal access to...
THINK. PAIR. SHARE.
•  How does your institution give students practice
in the emerging digital ecosystem?
–  Networks
–  ...
@frostdavis
Agency and Self-Direction
All students should be active participants in
creating an educational plan that enables them to
...
@frostdavis
What Is Signature Work?
Signature work asks students to
1. integrate and
2. apply their learning
3.  to complex problems a...
Signature Work
•  A significant project—extending across an entire
semester or more—that represents the student’s
own best ...
Applied Community-Based
Learning



active involvement with
diverse communities and real-
world challenges
	@frostdavis
@frostdavis
@frostdavis
Situating the Global Environment
•  Lewis & Clark College
•  https://sge.lclark.edu/
•  Jim Proctor,
“Situated Social
Lear...
Social learning
•  Document research process
•  Share research resources
•  Share references
•  Aggregate projects on blog...
Principle 1: Proficiency
Colleges and universities should provide clear
statements of desired learning outcomes for all
stu...
Scaffolding Community-
Engaged Signature Work in
the Emerging Digital
Ecosystem
	@frostdavis
Critical Reading through Social
Annotation
	@frostdavis
Citizen Science
•  iNaturalist app: http://www.inaturalist.org/
	@frostdavis
Wild Basin Biodiversity
	@frostdavis
Community-Engaged
Annotation
	@frostdavis
Journals: Online Community Participation
	@frostdavis
Wikistorming &
Networked
Learning
	@frostdavis
Storymapping

http://storymapping.blogs.muhlenberg.edu/
	@frostdavis
Global Digital Learning Ecosystem
•  Networks, fundamentally social
•  Participatory Creation
•  Data, Algorithms, Artifici...
Integrative Learning and
Problem-Based Inquiry
Students should develop and demonstrate
proficiency through inquiry into uns...
Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities:
Concepts, Models, and Experiments
•  General Editors
–  Rebecca Frost Davis, St. Edwar...
Keywords
•  Community
•  Digital Divides
•  Fieldwork
•  Online
•  Public
•  Race
•  Social Justice
	@frostdavis
Slides, References,
Instructions
•  http://rebeccafrostdavis.wordpress.com/
•  Twitter:
–  @frostdavis
	@frostdavis
Evaluating Community-Engaged
Signature Work
1.  Use Integrative Learning Rubric to identify
aspects of integrative learnin...
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What skills, abilities, and habits of mind do today’s graduates need for their careers and to solve complex problems in a constantly changing, globally-connected world? How do we integrate liberal education and authentic learning experiences with our digitally-networked context? What does community-engagement look like in a virtual community? In this session participants will consider case-studies of technology-enhanced community-engaged learning drawn from Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments (co-edited by the session leader) with a focus on digital pedagogy keywords such as, Community, Digital-Divides, Fieldwork, Public, Race, and Social Justice. Participants will develop a curriculum that scaffolds self-directed digitally-augmented problem-solving from introductory to capstone level courses. Participants will explore innovative pedagogies, interrogate effective models for integrating authentic learning opportunities shaped by digital tools and resources at all levels, and work collaboratively to develop a toolkit and to-do list for encouraging this type of learning on their own campus.

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Community-Engaged Signature Work in the Digital Ecosystem

  1. 1. Community-Engaged Signature Work in the Digital Ecosystem Rebecca Frost Davis 2017 Institute on Integrative Learning & Signature Work @frostdavis
  2. 2. Participatory Culture
  3. 3. Emerging Digital Ecosystem •  Shaped by networks, which are fundamentally social; •  Characterized by horizontal access to creation and production; and •  Increasingly driven by data, algorithms, and artificial intelligence that personalize information for users and inform human judgment Bass & Eynon, “Open and Integrative”, (AACU, 2016) p. 13
  4. 4. THINK. PAIR. SHARE. •  How does your institution give students practice in the emerging digital ecosystem? –  Networks –  Digital creation –  Data •  2 minutes per person @frostdavis
  5. 5. @frostdavis
  6. 6. Agency and Self-Direction All students should be active participants in creating an educational plan that enables them to understand the intellectual and personal capacities they are developing and act in principled and constructive ways. @frostdavis
  7. 7. @frostdavis
  8. 8. What Is Signature Work? Signature work asks students to 1. integrate and 2. apply their learning 3.  to complex problems and projects 4.  that are important to the student 5.  and important to society
  9. 9. Signature Work •  A significant project—extending across an entire semester or more—that represents the student’s own best work on a problem that matters to the student and society •  Builds on many prior efforts across educational experience •  Reflects and demonstrates cumulative and integrative learning
  10. 10. Applied Community-Based Learning
 
 active involvement with diverse communities and real- world challenges @frostdavis
  11. 11. @frostdavis
  12. 12. @frostdavis
  13. 13. Situating the Global Environment •  Lewis & Clark College •  https://sge.lclark.edu/ •  Jim Proctor, “Situated Social Learning” •  Interdisciplinary environmental research •  Situated research –  Local focus on global issues @frostdavis
  14. 14. Social learning •  Document research process •  Share research resources •  Share references •  Aggregate projects on blog –  Maps –  Tags –  Concept maps –  Mashups @frostdavis
  15. 15. Principle 1: Proficiency Colleges and universities should provide clear statements of desired learning outcomes for all students, as well as design curricula and experiences that lead to the development of proficiencies that are demonstrated at progressively higher levels. @frostdavis
  16. 16. Scaffolding Community- Engaged Signature Work in the Emerging Digital Ecosystem @frostdavis
  17. 17. Critical Reading through Social Annotation @frostdavis
  18. 18. Citizen Science •  iNaturalist app: http://www.inaturalist.org/ @frostdavis
  19. 19. Wild Basin Biodiversity @frostdavis
  20. 20. Community-Engaged Annotation @frostdavis
  21. 21. Journals: Online Community Participation @frostdavis
  22. 22. Wikistorming & Networked Learning @frostdavis
  23. 23. Storymapping
 http://storymapping.blogs.muhlenberg.edu/ @frostdavis
  24. 24. Global Digital Learning Ecosystem •  Networks, fundamentally social •  Participatory Creation •  Data, Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence @frostdavis
  25. 25. Integrative Learning and Problem-Based Inquiry Students should develop and demonstrate proficiency through inquiry into unscripted problems, combining and integrating curricular, cocurricular, and community-based learning as well as prior learning experiences. @frostdavis
  26. 26. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments •  General Editors –  Rebecca Frost Davis, St. Edward's University –  Matthew K. Gold, City Tech & Graduate Center, City University of New York –  Katherine D. Harris, San José State University –  Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria •  https://github.com/curateteaching/ •  #curateteaching
  27. 27. Keywords •  Community •  Digital Divides •  Fieldwork •  Online •  Public •  Race •  Social Justice @frostdavis
  28. 28. Slides, References, Instructions •  http://rebeccafrostdavis.wordpress.com/ •  Twitter: –  @frostdavis @frostdavis
  29. 29. Evaluating Community-Engaged Signature Work 1.  Use Integrative Learning Rubric to identify aspects of integrative learning. –  Category –  Level 2.  Scaffold: –  What comes before this? –  What might come after this? 3.  Challenges & Strategies @frostdavis

What skills, abilities, and habits of mind do today’s graduates need for their careers and to solve complex problems in a constantly changing, globally-connected world? How do we integrate liberal education and authentic learning experiences with our digitally-networked context? What does community-engagement look like in a virtual community? In this session participants will consider case-studies of technology-enhanced community-engaged learning drawn from Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments (co-edited by the session leader) with a focus on digital pedagogy keywords such as, Community, Digital-Divides, Fieldwork, Public, Race, and Social Justice. Participants will develop a curriculum that scaffolds self-directed digitally-augmented problem-solving from introductory to capstone level courses. Participants will explore innovative pedagogies, interrogate effective models for integrating authentic learning opportunities shaped by digital tools and resources at all levels, and work collaboratively to develop a toolkit and to-do list for encouraging this type of learning on their own campus.

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