One Day Closer to Graduation!
Caricature by Tom Sito and
arranged by Pat Connolly Sito
Utilizing the interactive capacity of Web 2.0 is creatively impacting the delivery of the Senior-Year Transition
across institutions of higher education. Web 2.0 ranges from Distance Learning to LinkedIn making exciting curriculum design and delivery for college senior transition courses and programs. Come ready to discuss, share, explore, and neto
and network with colleagues on the innovative ways that Web 2.0 interactive media can empower and connect
the stakeholders in the Senior-Year Transition
Dr. Joan E. Leichter Dominick, Associate Professor of Communication and Senior Seminar Course Coordinator, Kennesaw State University.
This roundtable discussion will focus on ways to utilize the interactive capacity of Web 2.0 to creatively impact the delivery of the "Senior-Year Transition" across institutions of higher education. Web 2.0 ranges from Distance Learning to LinkedIn, making for exciting curriculum design and delivery for the college senior transition courses and programs, creating innovations in the career search process, offering interactive announcements of alumni networking opportunities, creating interactive college senior ePortfolios, and sharing global citizen networking opportunities on social media sites. Come ready to discuss, share, explore, and network with colleagues on the innovative ways that Web 2.0 interactive media and social media can empower and connect stakeholders in the Senior-Year Transition.
Senior 2.0 Resources
My Website Resource for Graduating College Seniors with information on College Graduate 2.0
My Course Homepage on WebCt Vista View - KSU 4401: Senior Seminar - Hybrid Web 2.0 Fall 2010
My Course Learning Modules on WebCt Vista View - KSU 4401 Seminar Seminar - Hybrid Web 2.0 Fall 2010
Multimedia Developer, Kennesaw State University Multimedia Development Group and Dr. Joan E. Leichter
My Web 2.0 Resources for KSU 4401: Senior Seminar networking with KSU College Seniors and Alumni:
Web 2.0 & 1.0 Resources Created for KSU 4401 by other KSU Faculty, Staff & Alumni:
ITS Webfolio Seminar: Using Microsoft Publisher 2007 - created by Sid Kemp and Motaz Sharkasi,
Kennesaw State University
Creating a Professional Twitter Homepage - Ben Cope, KSU Alumnus
Dr. Jorge Perez, Faculty Executive to the President, Associate Professor of Information Systems at Kennesaw State University, is a contributing guest lecturer in KSU 4401: Senior Seminar on Graduating in a Digital World. To find out more about his seminar consult The Complete Graduate Resource - College Graduate 2.0
Sample KSU Student & Faculty ePortfolios using Web 1.0 & Web 2.0:
The Kennesaw State University SYE Course was part of a blind study of seven SYE institutions and their programs conducted by the Advisory Board Company this past summer 2009. This study showcases seven innovative models of SYE Programs. Permission to use this research was secured from the Advsory Board Company.
Continue the discussion of the preconference workshop by joining on the Web 2.0 Community Senior-Year Experience Strategies @ http://www.senioryearexperiencestrategies.ning.com: (private community send your email for an invitation) Created for Stakeholders in College Senior Year Experience or join the public Facebook Group "The Complete Graduate Resource"
Special thanks to President Emeritus Betty Siegel for beginning the Senior-Year Experience, President Daniel Papp, . Dean Ralph Rascati, and to Dr. Rebecca Casey, Chair of the Department of University Studies, for her constant support of the Folio Thinking Process in our student success programs. To Dr. Randy Hinds and Ms. Shannon Cronen for supporting my growth and development in the technology of teaching and learning. Thanks to my colleagues at KSU Multimedia Develop Group Patti Dunne, Michael Letimann and ITS Trainers Sid Kemp, Motaz Sharkasi. Thanks to Dale Suffridge, Manager of Distiance Learning Center. Thanks to Ben Cope, KSU Alumnus, EPOC Designs & Internet Genius.