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OLC Live! Forging Meaningful Ed-Tech Partnerships - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Major
06:29
Hi, I'm Amanda Major with the University of Central Florida!
Amanda Major
06:51
I'm excited about your session.
Mac Adkins
09:51
Dr. Mac Adkins, Chief Academic Officer, SmarterServices
Lisa O'Sullivan-Barry
10:20
Lisa Barry, VP of Enterprise Sales
Lisa O'Sullivan-Barry
10:24
VoiceThread
Mac Adkins
10:41
For years we loved going to that eLearning conference in Madison WI
Mac Adkins
11:39
Beautiful facility there by the river
Regina Russell
12:16
Afternoon! I'm Instructional Support at Northern Pennsylvania Regional College
Jeremy Dean
13:04
jeremy dean, hypothesis (calling in from austin, texas)
Farzana
14:16
I am Syeda Hafsa, from Rochester, New York.
Farzana
14:26
Hello Everyone!
Farzana
14:39
Thank you! Happy to be here.
Farzana
15:16
My first time at OLC, wish this was face to face though.
Tina Rettler-Pagel
17:11
Welcome! If you are just joining us! I'm Tina, your session chair. Please add any questions to the chat. Our panelists will address them along the way.
Angela Gunder
17:51
@Jeremy - Freudian slip?
Jeremy Dean
20:18
quite possibly
Jeremy Dean
20:23
here’s the bill of rights:
Jeremy Dean
20:24
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Rw5MCosgj8cXpPpNUvq4AePeIwrLhGeFGZyV5J19pa8/edit?usp=sharing
Jeremy Dean
20:34
meant to be an open ongoing document/conversation
Jeremy Dean
20:47
please add your thoughts in comments and body
Mac Adkins
21:26
Same thing for me. I have a PhD in Educational Leadership. Have served as a Dean at two institutions. Now I work for a company that provides services to colleges. We truly try to bring value and knowledge, not just sell widgets. We would like to be respected for our contribution to serving students.
Lisa O'Sullivan-Barry
26:05
Agree - feedback helps drive the dev list
John Stewart
26:25
We’re happy to field questions or get any other input. Please feel free to add questions here in the chat or raise your hand and we’ll open up the video participation
Amanda Major
26:58
Whenever vendors work with a higher education to create a partnership, it is like launching a project together. What advice do you have to best foster that collaborative project launch, from start to incorporating the technology into operations, as a value add to the institution/faculty/students?
Jeremy Dean
27:32
sticking around after the deal is closed is key
Jeremy Dean
27:35
maybe obvious
Debra McLaughlin
27:38
What ethics or policies issues crop up for ed tech developed and then adopted by the university or faculty? That is, ed tech that is developed by that same university and same faculty.
Tina Rettler-Pagel
27:43
Welcome! If you have just joined us, I am Tina, the session chair. The panel is interested in taking any questions. Feel free to type them into the chat OR raise your hand and they will bring you in on the mic.
Jeremy Dean
27:59
we are really dedicated to working with staff and faculty to make sure the use of the tool is a success for students and teachers
Amanda Major
30:10
Veronica, good point! Incorporate the student as a key stakeholder in the launch.
Tina Rettler-Pagel
30:42
@Worsham College - we can get you on mic if you have a question!
Worsham College
30:49
I was clappinh
Worsham College
30:52
*clapping
Lara Tompkins
31:02
Lol ^ I was clapping too :)
Tina Rettler-Pagel
31:04
@Worsham - okay! Thanks!
Rob Piercy
32:17
excellent point, I would like to have our grad assistants play that role
Tina Rettler-Pagel
34:11
@Debra - your question is noted. We will get to it!
Tina Rettler-Pagel
35:40
Debra's question: Question from Debra McLaughlin - What ethics or policies issues crop up for ed tech developed and then adopted by the university or faculty? That is, ed tech that is developed by that same university and same faculty.
Jeremy Dean
36:27
my main concern with products like that is that there’s often no longer term sustainability plan
Jeremy Dean
36:40
teachers start using a thing build by colleagues and it’s just not funded and goes away
Lisa O'Sullivan-Barry
36:45
@Jeremy, agree
John Stewart
36:48
Yeah, concerns about sustainability and growth. It can be hard to maintain support over time
Jeremy Dean
37:07
comma annotation from ut austin no longer around really
Jeremy Dean
37:17
annotation studio from mit
Jeremy Dean
37:31
classroom salon i think from cmu don’t think it’s around any more
Jeremy Dean
37:38
*ecomma
Jeremy Dean
37:46
lacuna stories from stanford
Jeremy Dean
38:10
pedagogy all those products were spot on
Debra McLaughlin
38:17
Thank you
Joan Feinberg
39:41
It’s difficult to scale products developed at a particular school.
Adam Croom
39:58
Agreed! It’s difficult to scale anything!
John Stewart
43:44
Unfortunately, we’re about to wrap up on this 30 minute session. I’m sorry if we didn’t get to any questions, but please feel free to reach out to any of the presenters to follow up.
John Stewart
44:08
Please also contribute to that EdTech Bill of Rights
Worsham College
44:23
Thank you, all!
Jeremy Dean
44:28
thanks, all
Lisa O'Sullivan-Barry
44:39
Thank you!!
OLC Live
44:44
Evaluation link is here: https://bit.ly/2Yb4AAX
Amanda Major
44:57
Thank you!
Kekeli Nuviadenu
45:01
thank you