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eXtension May 4, 2005 National Videoconference. intranet.extension.org. Questions. Phone: (800) 755-7765 FAX: (402) 472-9724 Email: [email protected] Agenda. Institutional Teams FAQ Initiative Community of Practice: Call for Engagement. Institutional Teams.

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questions

Questions

Phone: (800) 755-7765

FAX: (402) 472-9724

Email: [email protected]

agenda
Agenda
  • Institutional Teams
  • FAQ Initiative
  • Community of Practice:

Call for Engagement

institutional teams
Institutional Teams
  • Facilitate institutional participation
  • Provide input for building eXtension
institutional teams1
Institutional Teams
  • Help institutionalize eXtension
  • Assist faculty & staff with joining CoPs
institutional teams2
Institutional Teams
  • Support eXtension as a primary vehicle for access to local information & programs
institutional teams3
Institutional Teams
  • Members
    • Organizational management
    • Communications/Marketing
    • Content development
institutional teams4
Institutional Teams
  • Members
    • IT infrastructure
    • Faculty
    • County representative
institutional teams5
Institutional Teams
  • Due from Director:
    • May 20, 2004
faq initiative
FAQ Initiative
  • Provide Extension faculty & staff an opportunity to participate in eXtension
faq initiative1
FAQ Initiative
  • Identify Communities of Interest (CoI)
  • Identify national content leaders
faq initiative2
FAQ Initiative
  • Build a national FAQ model
faq initiative3
FAQ Initiative
  • Collect FAQ and answers (Summer)
  • Analyze data, identify CoI (Fall)
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FAQ Initiative
  • Publish FAQ to Wiki
  • Call to participate in answering FAQ
questions1

Questions

Phone: (800) 755-7765

FAX: (402) 472-9724

Email: [email protected]

content development

Content Development

Carla Craycraft

Craig Wood

Associate Directors

communities of practice
Communities of Practice
  • Virtual Teams
    • Multidisciplinary, multi-institutional, faculty, professional and paraprofessional staff…
communities of practice1
Communities of Practice
  • Virtual Teams
    • County educators, industry experts, clientele and/or government agency representatives
communities of practice2
Communities of Practice
  • Virtual Teams
  • Interact daily w/ CoI
  • Fluid & Flexible
  • Timely & Responsive
communities of practice3
Communities of Practice
  • Form in response to user market analyses from a Community of Interest (CoI)
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Communities of Practice

2. Expressed needs for emerging content areas.

communities of practice5
Communities of Practice

3. Self-forming because of interests and needs of multiple states.

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Communities of Practice

4. Regional or state subject matter teams-nucleus to form national or regional CoP.

cop function
CoP Function
  • National in scope
    • Develop material, national, regional, state or county
  • Interact with CoI
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CoP Function
  • User needs analysis - internal evaluation
    • Evaluation of existing content to determine the best-of-the-best material.
cop function2
CoP Function
  • Reviewing best-of-the-best material to transform for delivery through eXtension
cop function3
CoP Function
  • User assessments determine the production and material developed.
cop function4
CoP Function
  • Open environment so others may join
guiding principles philosophy of cop
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Believe in “openly shared” educational product development.
guiding principles philosophy of cop1
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Content authors will retain development recognition for P & T.
guiding principles philosophy of cop2
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Educational products developed belong to the system and not any one institution or entity.
guiding principles philosophy of cop3
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Individual members leave content developed with the community.
guiding principles philosophy of cop4
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Believe others in your field can make contributions, decisions about content.
guiding principles philosophy of cop5
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Believe in unselfish joint ownership and peer-reviewed development of content.
guiding principles philosophy of cop6
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Believe change is constant in content areas.
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Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Believe some content is unique to local, state, or multistate - while some may be national.
guiding principles philosophy of cop8
Guiding Principles & Philosophy of CoP
  • Believe we can no longer afford duplication of effort in the system.
cop action plan
CoP Action Plan
  • Boundary conditions
    • Mission, vision & operating guidelines
    • Customer-centered focus
cop action plan1
CoP Action Plan
  • Boundary conditions
    • Active involvement with CoI
    • National, regional and local expertise
cop action plan2
CoP Action Plan
  • Boundary conditions
    • Educational product development
    • Entrepreneurial
cop action plan3
CoP Action Plan
  • Boundary conditions
    • CoP Leadership
cop action plan4
CoP Action Plan
  • Identify CoI and develop a plan for continual interaction.
cop action plan5
CoP Action Plan
  • Develop a plan for user assessment and evaluation.
cop action plan6
CoP Action Plan
  • Analysis and interpret user assessment data.
cop action plan7
CoP Action Plan
  • Develop strategy to inventory existing content.
cop action plan8
CoP Action Plan
  • Develop Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
cop action plan9
CoP Action Plan
  • Develop Ask the Expert.
cop action plan10
CoP Action Plan
  • Construct content teams.
  • Plan for continual update of content.
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CoP Action Plan
  • Identify quick response members.
  • Plan for evaluating the CoP over time.
evolution of cop
Evolution of CoP

Identify Leaders

Evaluate Content

Prioritize Content

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Evolution of CoP

Establish CDT

Transform/Create Content

Evaluate Content

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Evolution of CoP

Evolution of team

Maintenance of Content

Identify New Content

extension support
eXtension Support
  • Virtual collaborative work space
  • Technological infrastructure to facilitate work
extension support1
eXtension Support
  • Team development opportunities
  • Communications, marketing, business, development resources
extension support2
eXtension Support
  • Training for entry and maintenance of content
  • Content design standards for production
extension support3
eXtension Support
  • Technical production assistance
  • Online evaluation & assessment tools
extension support4
eXtension Support
  • General and overall marketing strategies for CoPs
  • Assessment mechanisms to define audiences
call for engagement
Call for Engagement
  • Pre-application
  • Full Application
  • Planning Grants
call for engagement1
Call for Engagement
  • Pre-application July 8
  • Finalists invited July 29
  • Full Applications Sept. 9
  • Awards Oct. 7
call for engagement2
Call for Engagement
  • Online submission process
questions2

Questions

Phone: (800) 755-7765

FAX: (402) 472-9724

Email: [email protected]

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