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Group Members:  Sherry Leeson, Alan Cheville, Kristen Eshleman <br>
 
Group Members:  Sherry Leeson, Alan Cheville, Kristen Eshleman <br>
 
   
 
   
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Headline:  Online learning has led to increased job satisfaction, break through innovations, decreased unemployment and a sharp decline in world violence?<br>
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Steps in first year or two:<br>
 
-Team researching increase on-line learning network between industry and academia?<br>
 
-Team researching increase on-line learning network between industry and academia?<br>
 
-Intrinsic value, authenticity, self-regulation, self-efficacy and autonomy<br>
 
-Intrinsic value, authenticity, self-regulation, self-efficacy and autonomy<br>
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-Design learning methods (give each sub team intent and boundaries); include geographic diversity; need intelligence in the platform<br>
 
-Design learning methods (give each sub team intent and boundaries); include geographic diversity; need intelligence in the platform<br>
 
-Data analytics (network intervention to help prevent clustering leading to negative outcomes) ; education experts; industry experts; administration experts; practitioners; researchers; marketing/communications (Linked-In))<br>
 
-Data analytics (network intervention to help prevent clustering leading to negative outcomes) ; education experts; industry experts; administration experts; practitioners; researchers; marketing/communications (Linked-In))<br>
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Design Goals/Architecture<br>
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A tool that allows pathways through entire education and job pathway to be mapped out and explored.  Students can map out a potential pathway and others on the network can comment on their choices and even discuss what salary and work life would be like if that path was followed.  Sort of like an on-line marketplace.  Anonymity and protection are built in.  The tool works both ways.  Students can explore the impacts of short term and long term choices and get feedback on those choices.  Schools and industry gets data on what choices students are considering and can rapidly intervene if the choices will limit longer term success.  The platform also can suggest on-line learning modules that will cover gaps that may not be available in some schools.<br>

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Online learning has led to increased job satisfaction, break through innovations, decreased unemployment and a sharp decline in world violence?


Group Members: Sherry Leeson, Alan Cheville, Kristen Eshleman

Headline: Online learning has led to increased job satisfaction, break through innovations, decreased unemployment and a sharp decline in world violence?

Steps in first year or two:
-Team researching increase on-line learning network between industry and academia?
-Intrinsic value, authenticity, self-regulation, self-efficacy and autonomy
-Build a network team, partner with Linked-In that connects, K-12, Higher Ed and Industry that on-learning that focuses on authenticity, self-regulation and self-efficacy:
-Build Platform
-Design the network
-Design learning methods (give each sub team intent and boundaries); include geographic diversity; need intelligence in the platform
-Data analytics (network intervention to help prevent clustering leading to negative outcomes) ; education experts; industry experts; administration experts; practitioners; researchers; marketing/communications (Linked-In))

Design Goals/Architecture
A tool that allows pathways through entire education and job pathway to be mapped out and explored. Students can map out a potential pathway and others on the network can comment on their choices and even discuss what salary and work life would be like if that path was followed. Sort of like an on-line marketplace. Anonymity and protection are built in. The tool works both ways. Students can explore the impacts of short term and long term choices and get feedback on those choices. Schools and industry gets data on what choices students are considering and can rapidly intervene if the choices will limit longer term success. The platform also can suggest on-line learning modules that will cover gaps that may not be available in some schools.