3 years ago Sherry BurchParticipant
Our program is currently working with multiple schools (K-16), libraries, industry partners and others to articulate STEM pathways accessible to all students. I am looking for ideas and inspiration for digital tools that have the potential to connect these partners within and across communities. We are hoping to find some existing tools that meet some (or all) of our needs to use as a model (or partner). Ideally, the tool would:
- allow partners to list resources and modify them
- allow the public to search for resources and visualize the K-16 progression
- allow partners to create visual webs of resources together
- allow community teams to create maps/plans for their STEM goals
- enable partners to collect and analyze data on the functionality of their programs
- allow for students to access, track and leverage career-building experiences (ie. LinkedIn)
If you know of any tools that can do some (or all!) of these things, we would love to hear about them.
Thank you!3 years ago firstname.lastname@example.orgParticipant
Bubbl.us is a great tool for brainstorming and linking ideas: https://bubbl.us/3 years ago Sherry BurchParticipant
Wow, Bubbl.us is so fun to play with! We can definitely use it to help us continue our modeling. Thank you for the suggestions!
Thanks for asking this question! This is a topic I’m really interested in, too. We’re constantly looking for ways to facilitate listing/sharing resources among our partners, but we haven’t yet found a tool that everyone is comfortable weaving into their workflow.
A few of your bulleted needs made me think of Kumu. I haven’t yet used it myself, but was just at a conference where they used it as a way of presenting the connections and shared principles between a bunch of different assessment frameworks. https://kumu.io/
If you find a solution, I hope you’ll update this thread, I’d love to hear more and learn what I can!
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