Global Collaboration in Higher Education: An ISTE Webinar presented by Dr. Z and Friends – Wed @ 7 PM CST

Date: 12/9/2015

–Wed at 7 pm in Iowa (CST)
–Wed at 8 pm on the East Coast (EST)
–Thurs at 9 am in Taipei
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Dr. David Stoloff (Eastern Connecticut State University)
Dr. Julie Chen (Chinese Culture University – Taiwan)
Dr. Leigh Zeitz (University of Northern Iowa)

Session Description:
Join our exploration into the wonderful world of Global Collaboration in Higher Education. as they explore the present and future of Global Collaboration in Higher Education.

Leigh Zeitz will serve as discussant to this project presentation. He will begin with an overview of global collaboration in higher education, explore the types of projects that might be completed as well as share some of his experiences with Global Collaboration across the globe.

Julie Chen and David Stoloff will then discuss their on-going transcontinental project where 1st semester undergraduates are collaborating between Chinese Culture University (Taiwan) and Eastern Connecticut State University.  They will share their successes and challenges as well as plans for the future.  This presentation will use these resources eCCU-ECSU Global Connections. It includes a short video and  a powerpoint presentation.  Undergraduates at these two institutions will be encouraged to share their experiences following the presentation.

Ample time will be reserved for an online discussion on expanding global collaboration for university classrooms.

Session plan:

0:00 – 0:15  Introduction to Collaborative Learning in Higher Education by Leigh Zeitz
0:16 – 0:45 Discussion of the Chinese Culture University – Eastern Connecticut State           University Global Collaboration experience.  
0:46 – 1:00  Questions about the Collaboration Experience and an opportunity for attendees to share their experiences.

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