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  1. Faculty Training May 11, 2010 Odessa College

  2. Ice Breaker • Happiness is ____ • We all know our friends and family make us happy. What else?

  3. Overview CollegeScope • College success for the New Millennial student • Logging in • A quick tour • Skills checklist • Introducing CollegeScope to your students • Improving retention and success • Common problems and easy solutions

  4. Who Are the New Millennial Generation?

  5. Some Facts from Pew Research • They are generally happy with their lives and optimistic about the future • Unique appearance 54% have tattoos, hair dyed an unnatural color or body piercings other than ear lobes • Their top goals are fame and fortune

  6. Use Technology to Connect • 50% send or receive a text message daily • 29% use instant messages daily • 44% have a profile on Facebook or My Space and 38% use them daily

  7. These New Millennial students are now being called Generation E • What does the “E” stand for?

  8. New Millennials or Generation E • 18-30 years old • Empowered • Entitled • Electronic • Leading change from paper to electronic media

  9. New Millennials • Our current college students were born after 1992. • Most were born with a computer in the home and were using them by age 5 • Cyber generation • The connected generation • 82% are online daily • Average 12 hours per week online

  10. Being in the Millennial Generation, I did start using computers as a young child. I learned how to spell with the help of computers and how to read with computerized books. Computers have always been a part of my life, which is probably why I am so drawn to them.Dawn Cardenas College Success Student

  11. Introduce yourself. Where are you in the technology continuum? • Baby boomer 1946-1964 • Generation X 1965-1977 • New Millennials 1977-1995 • How much technology did you use in college?

  12. Technology A Skill Needed for College Success

  13. Why is the world flat?

  14. Three Great Eras of Globalization • 1492 Columbus set sail to find new trade routes • the earth is round • 1880-2000 Industrial Revolution • Railways, highways and communication makes the world smaller

  15. Globalization 3.0 • Began in 2000 • Convergence of the computer and fiber optic cable that enables global collaboration and competition • The flat world

  16. Rapid Change • Berlin Wall fell in 1990 • World Wide Web created in 1991 • Windows, Netscape and Internet Explorer invented 1995 • Google invented 1998 • iPhone invented 2007

  17. Skills Needed for the Flat World Passion and curiosity Being able to navigate the virtual world Be a good adapter, synthesizer and collaborator Appreciation of diversity • Reading • Computer skills • Math • Science • Learn how to learn • Intrinsic motivation • People skills

  18. Technology • Most college courses, especially upper division courses, have online components • Working in an online environment is essential for high paying careers • Students are disadvantaged if they do not have access to the Internet and are skilled in using it

  19. What Comes Next? Hippies Yuppies Zippies

  20. Rationale for Using Technology • It prepares students for good paying jobs in flat world • Improves retention and success • New roles for faculty • Your students use it • It captures their attention • Education any time or place

  21. A Quick Tour

  22. Log into your account Complete the Skills Checklist • http://www.collegescope.com/odessa

  23. Add a Student • Click on My Students • Click on Add Students • Put a checkmark in the box next to Sample Student • Click Add to Me

  24. How Students Register and Log In • http://www.collegescope.com/ccs/odessa

  25. The difference between a faculty and student account • The student account has /ccs/ • ccs stands for college and careersuccess

  26. Pay Directly Online • Discounted fee of $50 if students pay directly online • Financial Aid students who use vouchers to pay for their books will purchase an access code in the bookstore

  27. Personalized for each student • Based on personality and learning style • Refers to the student by their name • This is not possible in a printed text

  28. To Begin • Take the assessments • Content Survey • Do What You Are • PEPS Learning Style Inventory

  29. Improving Retention and Success with CollegeScope

  30. What should you do on the first day/week?

  31. The first day is the most important • Introduce the CollegeScope Student Success Program • Make your expectations clear • The course syllabus • Get to know your students and help them to meet other students • Do something that motivates students on the first day

  32. Introduce CollegeScope • What is it? • How to log in • Show sample student • Online portfolio • Chapters • Sample journal entries

  33. Sample Student Accountsample_student@odessa.edu

  34. Introducing the Online Portfolio • On the first day, show the students the online portfolio and features. • Let them know that faculty have access.

  35. Sample Student

  36. The Electronic Journal • It is an opportunity for students to read and think about how to apply the material in their personal lives. • Make your expectations clear. • Expect a well-developed paragraph for most questions. • Show a sample.

  37. The Electronic Quizzes • This is an interactive feature that helps students with reading comprehension. • Students get immediate feedback. • Students cannot change their answers. • Expect students to do their best.