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Blackboard to Moodle: A Challenging Pedagogical Migration at Taylor’s University
 

Blackboard to Moodle: A Challenging Pedagogical Migration at Taylor’s University

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Presented during Moodle Sharing of Best Practices: Researching Practice on 7 February 2013, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

Presented during Moodle Sharing of Best Practices: Researching Practice on 7 February 2013, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

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    Blackboard to Moodle: A Challenging Pedagogical Migration at Taylor’s University Blackboard to Moodle: A Challenging Pedagogical Migration at Taylor’s University Presentation Transcript

    • Blackboard to Moodle: A Challenging Pedagogical Migration at Taylor’s UniversityBy: Adrian Yaoe-Learning Academy (eLA)Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus
    • Overview…• Introduction• Rationale of migration (for a new LMS).• Challenges of migration: restructuring process.• Pedagogical migration process: training.• Current features& future plans.
    • Introducing InTeLLeCT(Taylor’s T&L centre)…
    • Rationale of Migration
    • Introduction…• Our status as a young university provides an opportunity to redefine learning experience of the students which further enhances our reputation as the leading private university.• Hence, Taylor’s adopted a strategic & systematic approach: Blended Learning Face-to-Face Classroom e-Learning Activities Teaching & Learning Interactions (in and / or outside classrooms)
    • Restructuring process began…• Adoption of this new approach requires some restructuring of current learning environments and methodologies.• Taylor’s University’s e-Learning mission statement is: By 2015, every student at Taylor’s University will learn in a collaborative, self- directed and personalized manner anytime, anywhere.
    • Reasons for migration…• Taylor’s University introduced e-learning technologies through: 2001 Mid 2012
    • Video Presentation on TIMeS @ Taylor’s
    • Pedagogical migration begins…• e-Learning Academy (eLA) was requested to train academic staff in Taylor’s University.• Trainings for TIMeS @ Taylor’s are divided into three (3) levels: – Basic – Intermediate – Advance (beginning year 2013 onwards)
    • TIMeS @ Taylor’s: Approach ofTraining 120minute s Face- Advance Export / to- import Intermediateface, h Online grades from external ands- quizzes only. sources, plu on. g-ins etc. Basic 5 ‘Must-know’ features ininternal TIMeS.trainers
    • Pedagogical challenge by movingon…• Total Number of Academic Staff: 503*• Attended & trained approximately: – 78.5% (Basic) – 45.3% (Intermediate).• Trainings are still currently on-going (based on needs & requests by faculties).
    • I would like to explore more external features?We have a newLMS, so what? Anything These features in TIMeS new to are almost similar with Blackboard… discover?
    • Introducting Taylor’s lecture capturesystem…
    • Video Presentation on Rewind @ Taylor’s
    • Rewind @ Taylor’s Screenshot(1)… A B C
    • Rewind @ Taylor’s Screenshot(2)…
    • Future plans…• Phase 1 of development completed. – Integration of Rewind @ Taylor’s. – Turnitin• Phase 2 commences March 2013. – Further equip Rewind @ Taylor’s to all venues beginning March 2013 onwards. – Developmental of more interactive academic homepage with more interactive features to engage students & improve learning.
    • Thank you! Email: yao.adrian@taylors.edu.myQuestions?