JOE KMEICH CAROLYN GARDNER MICKEY FITCH KRISTEN LINDQUIST TOM TU KAREN PLASS Results of IITS T&L Educators Survey.

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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> JOE KMEICH CAROLYN GARDNER MICKEY FITCH KRISTEN LINDQUIST TOM TU KAREN PLASS Results of IITS T&amp;L Educators Survey </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> What types of classes do you teach at UW Superior? </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> What academic department do you call home? Answer% Art2% Business &amp; Economics2% Communicating Arts4% Educational Leadership9% Health &amp; Human Performance9% Human Behavior Justice &amp; Diversity11% Mathematics &amp; Computer Science9% Music3% Natural Sciences14% Social Inquiry8% World Languages Literatures &amp; Cultures3% Writing &amp; Library Science15% Research Institutes (LRSI, TLRC, GLMRI)0% Other10% </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> Please indicate your faculty rank (only an option is respondents selected their status as faculty) Answer% Assistant Professor47% Associate Professor25% Professor28% Total100% </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Please indicate your current use of the following technologies in your teaching QuestionCurrently UseInterested in UsingNot Interested in Using Web Conference (e.g. Skype, Online Rooms, etc.) 27.85%40.51%31.65% Screen Capture (e.g. Camtasia, Captivate, Screenr, etc.) 24.00%29.33%46.67% Google Apps (e.g. Docs, Forms, Spreadsheets, etc.) 27.03%40.54%32.43% Wiki Creation Tools (e.g. Pbworks, Wikispaces, etc.) 5.56%45.83%48.61% Web Authoring (e.g. Google Sites, Weebly, Wix, etc.) 13.51%32.43%54.05% Originality Checking (e.g. Turnitin.com) 48.72%21.79%29.49% </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> Previous question continued QuestionCurrently UseInterested in UsingNot Interested in Using Student Response Systems (e.g. clickers, polleverywhere, etc.) 5.26%48.68%46.05% Streaming Video (e.g. Films On Demand, TED Talks, iTunesU, etc.) 51.90%34.18%13.92% Cloud Storage (e.g. Dropbox, D2L locker, etc.) 50.63%26.58%22.78% Citation Management Software (e.g. Zotero, Endnote, BibMe, etc.) 20.78%35.06%44.16% Social Networking (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.) 32.47%14.29%53.25% Mobile Devices (e.g. iPads, android phones, texting, etc.) 40.79%32.89%26.32% eBooks35.06%44.16%20.78% Blogging (e.g. Blogger, Wordpress, etc.) 17.11%32.89%50.00% </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> Continued QuestionCurrently UseInterested in UsingNot Interested in Using Movie Making Software (e.g. Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere Elements, etc.) 21.62%29.73%48.65% Audio Production Software (e.g. Garageband, etc.) 15.07%20.55%64.38% Smart Board (e.g. Promethean) 17.57%45.95%36.49% Presentation Software (e.g. Prezi, Powerpoint, Keynote) 74.39%13.41%12.20% Learning Management System (e.g. Learn@UWS) 86.42%3.70%9.88% Virtual Reality (e.g. Second Life, etc.) 5.48%20.55%73.97% GIS Software5.41%29.73%64.86% </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> For the same list of technologies please elaborate on why. QuestionDo not have accessNeed additional training Do not know about Student Response Systems (e.g. clickers, polleverywhere, etc.) 152811 Smart Board (e.g. Promethean) 112810 Movie Making Software (e.g. Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere Elements, etc.) 32610 Web Conference (e.g. Skype, Online Rooms, etc.) 6267 Streaming Video (e.g. Films On Demand, TED Talks, iTunesU, etc.) 3258 Google Apps (e.g. Docs, Forms, Spreadsheets, etc.) 22417 ebooks6243 </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> Cloud Storage (e.g. Dropbox, D2L locker, etc.) 4238 Blogging (e.g. Blogger, Wordpress, etc.) 0237 Wiki Creation Tools (e.g. Pbworks, Wikispaces, etc.) 22321 Mobile Devices (e.g. iPads, android phones, texting, etc.) 8221 Citation Management Software (e.g. Zotero, Endnote, BibMe, etc.) 22016 Web Authoring (e.g. Google Sites, Weebly, Wix, etc.) 22021 Presentation Software (e.g. Prezi, Powerpoint, Keynote) 2192 Audio Production Software (e.g. Audacity, Garage Band, etc.) 21914 </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> Originality Checking (e.g. Turnitin.com) 1196 Screen Capture (e.g. Camtasia, Captivate, Screenr, etc.) 11824 GIS Software41721 Virtual Reality (e.g. Second Life, etc.) 21323 Social Networking (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.) 1126 Learning Management System (e.g. Learn@UWS) 293 </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> Text answers: Additional Technologies TEX Several answers that would have fit in the above categories including screen capture and presentation software Half a dozen respondents said whiteboard, pen, paper, and other technologies </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> Of the following options, what are the THREE items which you consider most important </li> <li> Slide 13 </li> <li> To what degree does each the following attract you the use of educational technology QuestionLarge DegreeModerate Degree Small DegreeNot at all Desire to increase students' access to course materials 62.79%30.23%4.65%2.33% Potential to making teaching more efficient 60.71%27.38%8.33%3.57% Desire to facilitate communication between instructor and students 60.00%29.41%8.24%2.35% Ability to use multimedia course materials 56.98%26.74%13.95%2.33% Ability to address varied learning styles and needs 51.76%30.59%12.94%4.71% </li> <li> Slide 14 </li> <li> QuestionLarge DegreeModerate Degree Small DegreeNot at all Desire to increase students' familiarity with technology 25.88%36.47%21.18%16.47% Student demand for technology 23.53%30.59%27.06%18.82% Personal enjoyment of working with technology 17.44%27.91% 26.74% Department or other professional recognition 4.76%10.71%29.76%54.76% </li> <li> Slide 15 </li> <li> How much of a barrier has each of the following factors been to your use of education technology in... QuestionLarge Degree Moderate Degree Small Degree Not at allResponses Time required to learn about technology 58.14%29.07%6.98%5.81%86 Time required to use technology 41.18%37.65%11.76%9.41%85 Difficulty keeping up with changes in technology 38.37%25.58%17.44%18.60%86 Lack of necessary technical skills 32.56%24.42% 18.60%86 Lack of money to fund initial course changes or development 31.76%27.06%20.00%21.18%85 Lack of current hardware and/or software 23.26%32.56%27.91%16.28%86 Lack of models/examples of effective uses of technology 18.07%37.35%27.71%16.87%83 </li> <li> Slide 16 </li> <li> QuestionLarge Degree Moderate Degree Small DegreeNot at allResponses Technical problems with home or office computer 11.63%20.93%34.88%32.56%86 Systemic resistance to technology (eg. discipline, campus, etc.) 4.71%23.53%24.71%47.06%85 Copyright/intellectual property issues 3.53%17.65%32.94%45.88%85 Student resistance to technology 2.35%14.12%25.88%57.65%85 </li> <li> Slide 17 </li> <li> Conclusions A lot of current technology use on campus, especially of D2L and Google Apps The largest reason people do not use a particular technology (next to not applicable) is lack of training not access to software/hardware Time is the biggest barrier to using technology in teaching in a variety of ways Where do we go from here? </li> </ul>

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