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World101 Summit - Shared screen with speaker view
Cathy Copeland
51:14
https://www.aascu.org/AcademicAffairs/ADP/Global-Civic-Literacy/
Charles Hopkins
51:18
http://world101.cfr.orgd
Charles Hopkins
51:24
oops
Charles Hopkins
51:28
http://world101.cfr.org
Cathy Copeland
51:38
https://www.aascu.org/ADP/Events/Global-Literacy-Talks/
Cathy Copeland
52:51
https://www.aascu.org/uploadedFiles/AASCU/Content/Home/AmericanDemocracyProject/ADP-Toolkit_091421.pdf
khadijah miller
01:14:01
No, this has been great. Thanks!
Joshua McKeown
01:14:44
How have you found students’ engagement with World101 as compared to traditional textbooks?
Rochelle Smarr
01:14:58
It is great to see how you used World101 for courses, by chance do you have suggestions for one-time programs? I currently host a one-hour speaking of democracy event and am curious if I can incorporate the modules into the discussion. Any thoughts?
Cathy Copeland
01:16:37
Thank you, Lisa, Jessica, Susan, and Cindy!
Charles Hopkins
01:17:04
@Rochelle I think there are some presentations later today that will have some ideas. I know Jean Abshire who’s presenting at 3:20 has had some success with this, and there may be others!
Cathy Copeland
01:17:41
Rochelle, p. 67 of the Toolkit starts the section on co-curricular activities; they might be able to demonstrate some ideas. Plus, what Jean provides!
Rochelle Smarr
01:18:10
Awesome suggestions, thanks Charles and Cathy!
Emily Hassenstab
01:18:12
Do you have thoughts about how you might use this for Ed Abroad programs? Pre-departure prep or reflection post-program?
Walteria Tucker-Rolle
01:18:47
How do I use this in the Bahamas?
LIsa Glidden
01:21:19
I think another way would be to reframe the modules from a Bahamian perspective.
Jessica Traylor
01:21:25
It's easy(ish) to use it as an external perspective through which to view the curriculum. "Read about (this region. How do you think people in that region would think about or explain X, Y, Z?"
Walteria Tucker-Rolle
01:22:52
Thank you!
Emily Hassenstab
01:45:54
How willing are your faculty to use it for their programs?
LIsa Glidden
01:55:20
Thank you so much, Amber! This is a very cool approach
Emily Hassenstab
01:55:23
Love it!
Steven Jones
01:57:30
Sorry, I couldn’t open my mic.
Cathy Copeland
01:58:49
So sorry about the mic difficulties, Steven.
Amber Godwin
02:33:45
Susan that was a really amazing tool, with rubrics to boot! Thank you so much for sharing!
Walteria Tucker-Rolle
02:34:07
Thank you, Susan:)
Susan Jagendorf-Sobierajski
02:37:39
Glad to assist with questions at any time!
Cathy Copeland
02:37:50
Thank you, Susan!!
Steven Jones
02:38:34
My colleagues in Georgia and I will also be participating in this study with students from multiple disciplines. My students will be 2nd and 3rd year political science majors and I believe my other colleagues will be teaching general education courses.
Walteria Tucker-Rolle
02:43:56
excellent presentation, gentlemen
LIsa Glidden
02:59:17
I put your idea in the slide, Steve
Courtney Wood
03:03:52
Courtney Wood, Director Education Marketing at the Council on Foreign Relations: cwood@cfr.org