The U is Flat: Cross-Disciplinary Support for Critical Evaluation and Effective Use of Web-Based Learning Resources
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The U is Flat: Cross-Disciplinary Support for Critical Evaluation and Effective Use of Web-Based Learning Resources

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Case study of how a cross-disciplinary community of practice was formed
Technical Format: ppt
Date Added to MERLOT: January 24, 2008
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 09, 2009
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Submitter: Victor K Wong
Keywords: inter-disciplinary, university, michigan, cross-disciplinary, community, practice, MERLOT

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Professional
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Language: English
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Avatar for Benae Lambright
7 years ago

Benae Lambright (Faculty)

The Power point presentation shared articulated an action plan for infusing or promoting MERLOT at Univ. of Michigan. Although it provided a good scenario of possible challenges and highlights, it is specific to the identified school. It may prompt some to think about promoting MERLOT globally and by offering guidance or an outline for establishing a committee to consider the use of MERLOT.

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The PPT was extensive and time consuming to read. The inclusion of audio may help to create a more engaging presentation that deters the audience from having to read a lot of text.