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Listening and Learning from Students: Interviewing Students about the Intersections of Research, Writing, &

Listening and Learning from Students: Interviewing Students about the Intersections of Research, Writing, & Technology Sarah Wagner, Ann Marshall & Kristine Frye Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Introduction Our Campus Mid-size, regional state university in Fort Wayne, IN An Interactive Session

Introduction Our Campus Mid-size, regional state university in Fort Wayne, IN An Interactive Session Icebreaker, brainstorming questions & role playing

Think. Share. 1. One way technology helps you (in life or work). 2. One

Think. Share. 1. One way technology helps you (in life or work). 2. One way technology hinders you (in life or work).

Drafting Questions • What do you want to know about your students? • What

Drafting Questions • What do you want to know about your students? • What do you see your students struggling with?

g n i t f a r C w e i v r e

g n i t f a r C w e i v r e t n I s n o i t s e Qu d e d n e * Op s n o i t s e qu p u w o l l * Fo s n o i t s e qu

Think of a campus partner with which you may want to consult. What perspective

Think of a campus partner with which you may want to consult. What perspective might they bring?

Bringing in Campus Partners

Bringing in Campus Partners

When the interview takes you to unexpected places…

When the interview takes you to unexpected places…

Role-play the Interview

Role-play the Interview

Switch interview roles & Role-play the interview

Switch interview roles & Role-play the interview

“I kind of got my ideas from the database online and then I went

“I kind of got my ideas from the database online and then I went to Google and looked at more specific things just cause I mean it sounds bad, but. . . ” “I’ll have so many tabs open. So, many articles. And, then I’ll be writing it and piecing everything together. And, I’ll forget to cite like all the tabs that I have open. ” What the students said… “I constantly like have so many tabs open in all these browsers, and I guess would just tell an upcoming freshman who is coming in to make sure you’re citing right when you think you found something you want to cite it. ” “Like, there’s so much information out there anymore. You can pretty much find whatever you want to match. . . ”

k n a h T u! o y Questions?

k n a h T u! o y Questions?

Sarah Wagner wagners@ipfw. edu Ann Marshall marshala@ipfw. edu Contact Information Kristine Frye fryekm 02@ipfw.

Sarah Wagner [email protected] edu Ann Marshall [email protected] edu Contact Information Kristine Frye fryekm [email protected] edu