On Monday, we posed six questions to the AV-1 community about the value of professional development. This is my analysis of your responses. Please let us know what you think.
First, we fall into a pretty tight band with regard to how many Professional Development (PD) opportunities we get per year. 73% of respondents are able to arrange up to six opportunities, and not a single respondent indicated getting over 10 opportunities. Six of us responded that they get no PD.
We would love to hear more from those of you who get no PD… is that by choice or for some other reason?
Continue reading Professional Development Survey Results
Our recent pre-InfoComm survey told us that 63% of AV-1 readers attend InfoComm for educational (Professional Development) purposes. This got our readers, and us at AV-1 HQ, asking more and more questions about professional development.
The questions came more quickly than we could answer…
Is InfoComm the best place to engage in Professional Development?
Are there other great ways to continue to learn??
Are technology directors and managers getting all the Professional Development they feel is required???
How come we drive on a parkway and park on a driveway????
We knew the only way to get the low-down was to go back to you, knowledgeable readers, and ask a few more questions. Please take a minute to fill out the survey and let us know what/if you are doing for professional development. As always, the results will be posted by next Monday.
The Consortium for College and University Media Centers (CCUMC) and AV-1 invite you to submit a proposal for a presentation at the 2010 CCUMC Annual Conference (deadline for submissions: April 2) in Buffalo, New York, October 6 – 10. This year's theme is Leadership in Media & Academic Technology.
The CCUMC 2010 Annual Conference will be hosted by the University at Buffalo, State University of New York (SUNY). The CCUMC Annual Conference is the premier annual event for the sharing of knowledge and wisdom about media and academic technology in higher education institutions throughout North America.
CCUMC's 2010 conference promises to be the best yet, with a fun, exciting, and informative mix of 24 scheduled concurrent sessions, six interest groups, and daily keynotes and general sessions. This year's conference will include a special campus tour of University at Buffalo facilities highlighting media, academic technology, and learning spaces, as well as an outing to Niagara Falls for a tour and dinner.
Click here for more information about the conference, including a link to the online conference presentation proposal submission form.
We look forward to seeing you there!
University of Florida