May 19, 2009
Present: Bob Prasch, Thierry Warin, Anne Knowles, Bert Johnson, Brenda Ellis, Kathy Morse, Shel Sax, Joe Antonioli, David Stoll
Agenda: Web Makeover; Future Plans for Course Mangement Systems: Segue, etc.; Tracking Issues
Humanities Advisory Group Meeting Notes
(recorded by Shel Sax ; reviewed by Andy Wentink and Holly Allen)
The Humanities Advisory Group met at 8:30 a.m., on Tuesday, May 19, 2009, in LIB105.
Attending: Holly Allen, Judy Watts, Brett Millier, MaryEllen Bertolini, Randy Ganiban, Heidi Graswick, Brenda Ellis, Dana Barrow, Pieter Broucke, Shel Sax, Andy Wentink, Amy Morsman, Will Nash, and for 10 minutes Joe Antonioli
1. Impact of impending web makeover on departments
2. Sunsetting of Segue as a course management system and the process of finding its replacement
3. Discussion of research and technology instructions for students. What topics should be covered during the First Year Seminar orientations that are most relevant to the Humanities division? What research and technology skills should students possess upon graduation and how can we best provide training, support and development of these skills
The Languages Advisory Group met on May 14, 2009.
Attending: Co-conveners Bryan Carson (LIS) and Brigitte Humbert (French), Tom Beyer (Russian/FLAC Rep.), Kyoko Davis, Enrique Garcia (Spanish), Larry Yarbrough (Religion/Arabic), Alex Chapin (LIS).
Topics for this meeting were
Alex Chapin was the guest star of the meeting giving a short presentation and answering questions about Moodle/Measure, our online testing system for languages. More
Humanities Advisory Group Meeting Notes (recorded by Shel Sax ; reviewed by Andy Wentink and Holly Allen)
The Humanities Advisory Group met on Tuesday, March 3, 2009. The agenda included Introductions, a review of the LIS Advisory Group Mission, an update on Departmental Technology Reviews, a brainstorming session on topics/issues to discuss in this group and prioritize topics for future discussion, and, time allowing, initial discussion of topics. More
The Languages Advisory Group met on February 24, 2009. The agenda included the topics Brigitte collected from faculty, a review of the Academic Technology Assessments, and suggestions for future meeting topics. Themes in “Classroom Issues” and “Tech Assessment” overlap significantly. More