Advance a Digital Identity Shared Curriculum
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Opening date: April 30, 2019
Closing date: June 14, 2019
Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

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STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE
What is your role in developing a curriculum within your organization?
There would be value in developing a shared curriculum on digital identity. *
What could an outcome be for a shared curriculum at your institution? *
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What are the challenges that collaborators have now with curriculum and teaching resources that they cannot address unilaterally? *
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How do you think the presence of shared curriculum could help in your institution's hiring activities in new spaces such as digital identity? Would various accreditations and standardizations of curriculum help? *
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How might the presence of shared curriculum enable the emergence of degree programs in identity and other varieties of academic credentialing that could help students to engage with future employers? *
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Could the emerging emphasis in identity studies on “socio-technical” solutions for “socio-technical” problems help you to engage departments and instructors outside of the usual STEM channels in the growing presence of online and digital engagements? *
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How might “identity” provide fresh space for teaching in your areas of research for maximum leverage of your institution’s strengths? *
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LITERATURE
Please identify multidisciplinary subject matter specific curriculum frameworks that could serve as example models (use links and references). *
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Are you aware of curriculum management and operational practices that could serve as reference models in cases where multiple schools are certified against particular criteria (use links and references)? *
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What non-academia stakeholder organizations may be helpful towards organizing a digital identity framework *
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Do you have experience working with non-academia organizations in building academic approaches? If so, how?
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INSTITUTIONAL/PROCESS/IP
Are there other sorts of “frameworks” that we should be considering (such as research frameworks, etc.) beyond “curriculum” (teaching) frameworks? *
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What are the different sources of curriculum frameworks at your institution? *
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What learnings can you share from curriculum frameworks managed at your institution? *
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What are the components of a curriculum framework at your institution? Please check all the apply. *
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At your institution, are the various components of a curriculum framework institution "owned" or are they public materials such as creative commons? Or both, depending on the particular component involved? *
Could you share some of your known challenges to both (1) setting and (2) maintaining a curriculum framework? *
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What are the big opportunities in shared curriculum approaches that we should highlight as benefits? *
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How do you make decisions when finalizing your curriculum? *
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What are the typical schedule (timeframe) and review and approval cycles involved in establishing a curriculum at one institution, at more? *
Additional thoughts or comments?
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DEMOGRAPHICS
We are requesting this information from respondents to understand the inclusivity of cultures and stakeholders in curriculum development.
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Years of work experience
Educational background
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