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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 Icebreaker, brainstorming questions & role playing
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 do you see your students struggling with?
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 might they bring?
Bringing in Campus Partners
When the interview takes you to unexpected places…
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 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?