SWIG

SWIG

The Student Wiki Interdisciplinary Group Project partners English, and Basic Educational Skills courses with an additional content course (currently in the following disciplines: Art & Design, Business, Education, Massage Therapy, Nursing, Social Sciences and Speech/Theatre). The project creates a shared student centered space through the technology of Epsilen’s Academic web platform which allows students to electronically archive and share their written, visual, aural compositions and research in a multi-media format with others. This cornerstone/virtual learning community experience assists students in meeting general educational objectives such as developing effective reading, writing, and speaking skills, as well as honing critical thinking while they are making connections across disciplines as well as in a social/academic network. The sense of belonging to the academic community is enhanced through the meaning-making process.

Announcements

FA12-SWIG Survey#1 Link to Survey

FA12-SWIG Survey#2 Link to Survey

FA12-SWIG Survey#3 Link to Survey

C2L Student Survey Link to C2L Survey

C2L Faculty Survey Link to Survey

Assistants for SWIG

Make an appointment by Email

  • Aradhna - apersaud@qcc.cuny.edu - Available Tues, Thurs, 9:30-3:30 and Fri. 9:30-5:00

Faculty Development

Swig Faculty Meeting - September 7th 2012

Swig Faculty Meeting - April 23rd 2012

Resources

Documents

Multiple Position Report

Step-by-Step
Groups for SWIG
PowerPoint for SWIG
Camtasia for SWIG (I)
Camtasia for SWIG (II)
Epsilen Q & A

Other
Copyright Practices and ePortfolio in Epsilen

Sample Syllabi and Rubrics

Darcy Syllabi and Rubrics
Rubric Task #1
Darcy Syllabus Fall 2011

Value Project Rubric on Integrative Education
Value Project Rubric on Integrative Education

Other
Visual Rubric
Rubric for Project with Surveys
Rubric for Integration

Publications

Beth's Peer Review Journals and Survey of Field
Beth's Peer Review Journals and Survey of Field

 

Dewey: Experience and Education
Experience and Education

 

Presentations

Schedule
June 2010 - January 2011
 
Assignments
Amy Traver Discusses Her Wiki Project

Conferences
AAEEBL Conference PP July 20, 2010

Evidence

Surveys
Survey Monkey #1
Survey Monkey #2
Survey Monkey #3
Survey #1 Q4 Crosstabbed with GPA
Survey #1 Q9 Crosstabbed with GPA

Other
Reflective Narractive: Summative Assessment
AACU Presentation
Our Findings (Merged Epsilen Presentation)

External Links

Defining ePortfolio and Colleges Developing Programs
Stanford.edu

Microsoft Digital Stroytelling
Microsoft Digital Storytelling

Helen Barrett
http://electronicportfolios.com
ePortfolio