[Itech] [gls] Fwd: [dmlhub-l] Announcement: Connected Learning Survey Research Competition
franklit at ohio.edu
Thu Aug 30 16:09:53 EDT 2012
Something you may be interested in.
On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 2:20 PM, Seann Dikkers <sdikkers at gmail.com> wrote:
> Pass along! Thought you may want to skim this.
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> From: "Whitney Burke" <wburke at hri.uci.edu>
> Date: Aug 30, 2012 7:07 AM
> Subject: [dmlhub-l] Announcement: Connected Learning Survey Research
> To: <dmlhub-l at uci.edu>
> *A DIGITAL MEDIA AND LEARNING RESEARCH COMPETITION
> CONNECTED LEARNING SURVEY STUDY: CALL FOR ENTRIES*
> See http://bit.ly/clrnsurvey for full details.
> Interested in being part of an innovative effort to show how youth are
> learning in connected learning environments?
> The Connected Learning Research Network (supported by the John D. and
> Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation) invites you to submit proposals to
> participate in a first-of-its-kind two-year research study of "connected
> Your group will become part of a national network of people who are
> the construction and design of connected learning environments (CLEs)
> and how youth learn in them. If selected, youth aged 13-16 would take part
> in a longitudinal survey of their experiences, and you will receive results
> from the study for your group or community.
> We encourage applications from groups that meet face-to-face, meet online,
> or combine both online and physical spaces in their organizational
> We especially seek groups that engage in work related to the underlying
> educational value of equity, focusing efforts on providing equitable
> opportunities for underserved communities, and bringing together diverse
> populations of youth. We also welcome applications from
> groups that could support participation of a small cadre of youth
> researchers who could contribute directly to the research.
> ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS
> We welcome applications from any group that aligns well with the
> principles of connected learning and:
> - Can recruit at least 15 participants aged 13-16 for the first wave of the
> - Is established and stable, i.e. is likely to have staff who can support
> group's participation in the study for the next two years;
> - Uses digital media;
> - Is able to help researchers by obtaining informed consent from youths'
> Note: If your group has support for research or evaluation from the
> MacArthur Foundation already to study your connected learning environment,
> please email awortman at hri.uci.edu to determine eligibility.
> SUBMISSION & SELECTION
> To be considered, applications must be completed and submitted by
> 8:00 PM (Pacific Time) on Friday, September 28th, 2012.
> Notification of selection or rejection will be sent via email no later than
> Wednesday, October 17th, 2012.
> For complete submission details, see http://bit.ly/clrnsurvey.
> To access the competition application template, see
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> dmlhub-l at uci.edu
> Seann M. Dikkers, PhD
> Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology
> Ohio University
> Check our new book Mobile Media Learning<http://www.etc.cmu.edu/etcpress/content/mobile-media-learning-forthcoming-june-2012>
> Gaming Matter @ http://www.gamingmatter.com
> 21st Century Teaching Project <http://gamingmatter.com/GM/21CTP_Home.html>
> Comprehensive Assessment of Leadership for Learning (CALL)<http://www.callsurvey.org/>
> GLS Research Group @ http://gameslearningsociety.org
> 313D McCracken Hall
> Dept. Educational Studies
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> Ohio University
> Athens, OH 45701
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