PART I - Improvements you made & how someone helped you
A. What enabled you to learn from a colleague about some tech-related improvement in teaching and learning and to begin to use it in one of your own courses? The improvement could be as "low-threshold" as how to insert images in classroom presentations or how to guide your students to use Google Docs when working on collaborative assignments or how to format a syllabus more effectively in your institution's online learning management system.
PART II - How you could help colleagues make similar improvements
A. Have you already helped some other faculty member to try the same or a very similar improvement? If not, would you be willing to do so? When? How?
B. What could make it easier or more likely that you would help a few colleagues to try the same or similar improvements?
C. What are some obstacles?
PART III - How we could support you to help a few colleagues in the next few weeks
A. What could I and my colleagues from the TLT Group do to encourage and enable you to help a few colleagues make improvements similar to one of yours? In the next few weeks?
B. Can you identify two or three colleagues who are among those most likely to welcome your help? If you believe it would be appropriate, could you give me their names and contact info? Are there any ways in which you would especially like me or others to help the colleagues you have identified? Any ways you would like us to avoid?
C. If this is too soon, how much later? When?
D. Would some version of one of our paper bookmarks- designed for use with one of your own recent improvements - be a good way to support your efforts to help a few colleagues?