AAEEBL Virtual Annual Meeting 2020 Collaboratory
Welcome to the AAEEBL Virtual Annual Meeting Collaboratory. This is a space where you can share ideas, resources, and questions about our weekly topics.
First, watch the Kickoff Conversation videos made available each Monday of the Virtual Annual Meeting (July 6, 13, 20 & 27). Then, related to each week's topic, please use the form below to share the following:
1) your ideas about 'doing it right,'
2) your current work in this area,
3) any strategies and tools that you or your institution are using, and
4) any questions or areas where you need help.
This information will be gathered over the course of the day on Tuesday of each week and then used to inform our discussion of the topic on Wednesday. Responses will be gathered for this discussion on Tuesday evening, 9 pm Pacific.
Ultimately, this information will be curated and made available as a Gallery for the AAEEBL community. Thank you for contributing!
What week and topic are you commenting on?
07/06-07/10: Doing the Right Thing’ in a Changing World: Considering the Role of Portfolio Pedagogy in Pivots to Online or Blended Learning Environments
07/13-07/17: Digital Ethics in Portfolios: Considering the Importance of Ethics in our New Environment
07/20-07/24: Leveraging Stakeholders in the Pivot: The Role of Student Affairs, Faculty Development, and Assessment in Portfolio Pedagogies
07/27-07/31: Weaving Things Together: Leveraging High Impact Practices in the Online/Blended Environment
Our theme for the meeting is doing it right AND doing the right thing. Given this week's topic and/or listening to the video, what is the right thing to do? How do we do it right?
What are you already doing in regard to this week's topic? (e.g., curriculum you have developed, workbooks, etc..)
Please share resources relevant to this week's topic.
What more do you want to know or learn about this week's topic? Include questions you might have for our presenters.
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