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New Faculty Roles in the
Emerging Digital Ecosystem !
Rebecca Frost Davis, July 16, 2015!
Unscripted Problem:

What are new faculty
roles and how do we
support them?!
What are the old roles?!
Evaluation!
•  Scholarship!
•  Teaching!
•  Service!
Scholarship Reconsidered (Boyer) !
•  Discovery—new knowledge!
•  Integration—synthesis !
•  Application—applying discipli...
Ages of Faculty Development!
•  Age of the Scholar (1950’s-60’s)!
•  Age of the Teacher (1960’s-70’s)!
•  Age of the Devel...
Future Priorities Faculty
Development!
•  Balancing multiple roles!
•  Changing faculty roles!
•  Student-centered teachin...
Emerging Digital Ecosystem!
•  Networked, participatory!
•  Data-driven, algorithmic!
•  Change driven by globalization an...
Content	
  
Expert	
  
Master	
  
Learner	
  
What new roles have you
seen at the institute?!
Designer.!
Designer!
•  Individual: student-centered, active learning
environments!
–  POGIL: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learnin...
Technologist.!
Technologist!
•  Individual: Dancing with robots!
–  Digital Productivity & Pedagogy!
•  Profhacker: http://chronicle.com/...
From Campus Technology!
Collaborator.!
Collaborator!
•  Individual: Team-teaching!
•  Department: Integrative Learning!
•  Institution: Transfer Pathways!
Collaboration Strategies!
•  Networking!
•  Coordinating!
•  Cooperating!
•  Collaborating!
•  Integration!
From NITLE Col...
Networking!
•  Exchanging
information!
•  For mutual benefit!
Coordination!
•  Exchanging
information!
•  Altering program
activities !
•  For mutual benefit
and to achieve a
common pur...
Cooperation !
•  Exchanging
information!
•  Altering program
activities !
•  Sharing resources!
•  For mutual benefit
and t...
Collaboration!
•  Exchanging
information!
•  Altering program
activities !
•  Sharing resources!
•  Enhancing capacity
for...
Integration!
•  Completely merging
two organizations in
regards to client
operations as well as
administrative
structure. !
Collaboration Case Study

Global Team Teaching!
•  Find the Right Partners!
–  Shared challenges and goals!
–  Complementa...
Process for Developing
Collaboration!
•  Choosing proper
content!
•  Exploring institutional
context!
•  Finding & getting...
Networker!
Global Networks!
Experimenter.!
•  Mentor & Model!
•  Designer!
•  Technologist!
•  Collaborator!
•  Networker !
•  Experimenter!
•  Challenges?!
•  What ...
Thank you!
St. Edward’s University!
Thank you.!
St. Edward’s University!
Thank you.!
St. Edward’s University!
Thank you.!
...
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If all information is available online and the best professors are giving their lectures away for free, do we really need so many faculty members? This questioning provides an important opportunity to redefine the faculty role in a way that advances the goals of liberal education. Rather than merely being repositories of content knowledge, faculty must help students progress along the path to mastering life-long learning. Terminal degrees indicate not only content expertise, but also the transferable learning skills of a master-learner, including synthesis, analysis, evaluation, and creativity. The key faculty roles, then, are mentoring and modeling learning, collaborating with students as they build learning networks, and helping students learn to self-evaluate as they develop the agency to become life-long learners. This session will explore alternate models for understanding the faculty role drawn from digital learning models and strategies for promoting that role at the individual, departmental, and institutional level.

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New Faculty Roles in the Emerging Digital Ecosystem

  1. 1. New Faculty Roles in the Emerging Digital Ecosystem ! Rebecca Frost Davis, July 16, 2015!
  2. 2. Unscripted Problem:
 What are new faculty roles and how do we support them?!
  3. 3. What are the old roles?!
  4. 4. Evaluation! •  Scholarship! •  Teaching! •  Service!
  5. 5. Scholarship Reconsidered (Boyer) ! •  Discovery—new knowledge! •  Integration—synthesis ! •  Application—applying disciplinary expertise! •  Teaching & Learning (SoTL)!
  6. 6. Ages of Faculty Development! •  Age of the Scholar (1950’s-60’s)! •  Age of the Teacher (1960’s-70’s)! •  Age of the Developer (1980’s)! •  Age of the Learner (1990’s)! •  Age of the Network (2000’s)! ! From Sorcinelli, et al. (2006). Creating the Future of Faculty Development: Learning From the Past, Understanding the Present. Bolton, Mass: Jossey-Bass, chapter 1.!
  7. 7. Future Priorities Faculty Development! •  Balancing multiple roles! •  Changing faculty roles! •  Student-centered teaching!
  8. 8. Emerging Digital Ecosystem! •  Networked, participatory! •  Data-driven, algorithmic! •  Change driven by globalization and technology! •  Requires agency (cf. GEMs)!
  9. 9. Content   Expert   Master   Learner  
  10. 10. What new roles have you seen at the institute?!
  11. 11. Designer.!
  12. 12. Designer! •  Individual: student-centered, active learning environments! –  POGIL: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning! •  Department: integrated, scaffolded curriculum! •  Institution: learning ecosystem!
  13. 13. Technologist.!
  14. 14. Technologist! •  Individual: Dancing with robots! –  Digital Productivity & Pedagogy! •  Profhacker: http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/ ! •  Learning analytics !
  15. 15. From Campus Technology!
  16. 16. Collaborator.!
  17. 17. Collaborator! •  Individual: Team-teaching! •  Department: Integrative Learning! •  Institution: Transfer Pathways!
  18. 18. Collaboration Strategies! •  Networking! •  Coordinating! •  Cooperating! •  Collaborating! •  Integration! From NITLE Collaboration Toolkit!
  19. 19. Networking! •  Exchanging information! •  For mutual benefit!
  20. 20. Coordination! •  Exchanging information! •  Altering program activities ! •  For mutual benefit and to achieve a common purpose.!
  21. 21. Cooperation ! •  Exchanging information! •  Altering program activities ! •  Sharing resources! •  For mutual benefit and to achieve a common purpose.!
  22. 22. Collaboration! •  Exchanging information! •  Altering program activities ! •  Sharing resources! •  Enhancing capacity for mutual benefit and to achieve a common purpose.!
  23. 23. Integration! •  Completely merging two organizations in regards to client operations as well as administrative structure. !
  24. 24. Collaboration Case Study
 Global Team Teaching! •  Find the Right Partners! –  Shared challenges and goals! –  Complementary expertise! –  Individual level! –  Institutional level! –  Technology expertise!
  25. 25. Process for Developing Collaboration! •  Choosing proper content! •  Exploring institutional context! •  Finding & getting to know partners by communicating and comparing! •  Calendars & Time Zones! •  Academic standards! •  Language ability! •  Technology & instructional design support! •  Content to be covered! •  Assessment!
  26. 26. Networker!
  27. 27. Global Networks!
  28. 28. Experimenter.!
  29. 29. •  Mentor & Model! •  Designer! •  Technologist! •  Collaborator! •  Networker ! •  Experimenter! •  Challenges?! •  What fits? What’s new?! •  Strategies or structures to support! –  Individual! –  Department! –  Institution! Design a strategy or structure to support this role!
  30. 30. Thank you! St. Edward’s University! Thank you.! St. Edward’s University! Thank you.! St. Edward’s University! Thank you.! St. Edward’s University! Thank you.! St. Edward’s University!

If all information is available online and the best professors are giving their lectures away for free, do we really need so many faculty members? This questioning provides an important opportunity to redefine the faculty role in a way that advances the goals of liberal education. Rather than merely being repositories of content knowledge, faculty must help students progress along the path to mastering life-long learning. Terminal degrees indicate not only content expertise, but also the transferable learning skills of a master-learner, including synthesis, analysis, evaluation, and creativity. The key faculty roles, then, are mentoring and modeling learning, collaborating with students as they build learning networks, and helping students learn to self-evaluate as they develop the agency to become life-long learners. This session will explore alternate models for understanding the faculty role drawn from digital learning models and strategies for promoting that role at the individual, departmental, and institutional level.

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