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Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012                             Usefulness                Cost ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012                      Context   Undergraduate      Spanish, ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012                              The studyReview staff usage an...
MethodologyBenoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012                      A$review$of$staff$engagement$with$digi...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012          Part 2  July-September 2012Semi-structured intervi...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012                       Tools reviewed#1. One that seems to w...
FindingsBenoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
#1. VLE (Moodle)Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE                          Skills & training              ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE                 Institutional requirements      Good awa...
VLE          Tutor                                                        CommunicationStudent                            ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE               Open / closed   Other                  Uni...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE                  Other considerationsBeneficial to studen...
(IWB)            #2. Interactive Whiteboards        Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
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Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB                     Equipment                        Bas...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB                            Skills & training            ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB      Institutional requirements         & recommendation...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 IWB                              Use“IWB are (or can be) us...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB                                   Use               Writ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB                  Other considerationsI feel encouraged b...
#3. Social Media
Open learning   Digital identityDigital literacy                          Participation  Sharing                          ...
Social Media% of don’t know answers                          23%                                                 Awareness...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Social Media                                Skills & trainin...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Social Media                              Use“Social Media c...
Social Media          Tutor                                                        CommunicationStudent                   ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Social Media                Open learning   (Couros, 2011)  ...
ConclusionsBenoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
Tool selectionSelect technology to address an issue or encourage innovation    Critically evaluate technological tools    ...
Curriculumintegration Deeper integration prevents “bluetak” effect        Adequately factor training in staff workload    ...
Over-relianceon hardwareAllocate no more than 1/3 of buget to hardware + software                                         ...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Open learning                          Raise awareness of ap...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Belshaw, D., 2011. What is digital literacy? A Pragmatic inv...
Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Any questions?  #LLASconf2012                  Benoît Guilba...
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  1. 1. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012A review of staff engagement with digital technologies on an undergraduate language programme Benoît Guilbaud b.guilbaud@mmu.ac.uk @benguilbaud
  2. 2. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view acopy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ Benoît Guilbaud, 2012
  3. 3. #LLASconf2012Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  4. 4. Picture by Pete Lambert via flickr.com
  5. 5. Picture by Partick Havens via flickr.com
  6. 6. Picture by One Laptop per Child via flickr.com
  7. 7. Picture by National Museum of American History via flickr.com
  8. 8. © Warner Bros. 1999
  9. 9. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 Usefulness Cost Relevance Making technology work TimeAssessment Curriculum Employability Policy
  10. 10. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 Context Undergraduate Spanish, French, Linguistics,language programme Italian & German EFL & TEFL 30 academic Approx. 500 Face-to-face & members of staff BA students blended learning
  11. 11. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 The studyReview staff usage and perceptions of three technological toolsHighlight barriers to uptake, limitations and incentivesEvaluate perceived usefulness (Judson, 2006)Suggest strategies to improve future provision
  12. 12. MethodologyBenoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  13. 13. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 A$review$of$staff$engagement$with$digital$technologies$on$an$undergraduate$language$programme Participant$questionnaire$V$Benoît$Guilbaud$V$June$2012Section*1*–*Interactive*whiteboards*(IWB)# NB:#For#the#purpose#of#this#study,#only#activities#involving#the#use#of#the#wireless#ActivPen#to#interact#with# the#touchscreen#of#the#IWB#are#taken#into#consideration. Using#a#computer#and#data#projector#to#display#or#edit#information#without#the#use#of#the#wireless#ActivPen# does#not#qualify#as#using#an#IWB.# To#what#extent#do#you#agree#with#the#following#statements?#Please#tick#one#box#per#line. Part 11. Awareness$ Strongly$ Somewhat$ Somewhat$ Strongly$ Don’t$know$ # Statements agree agree disagree disagree N/A I$consider$myself$familiar$with$the$ 1.1 17% 50% 10% 20% 3% capabilities$of$IWB I$am$aware$of$some$of$the$basic$ May-June 2012 1.2 33% 50% 10% 3% 3% functions$of$IWB I$am$aware$of$some$advanced$ 1.3 10% 23% 30% 30% 7% functions$of$IWB I$consider$myself$an$advanced$ 1.4 10% 7% 20% 57% 2% IWB$user Quantitative questionnaire2.*Training # Statement Yes No I$can’t$remember I$have$attended$IWB$ 2.1 training$provided$by$my$ 43% 50% 7% institution # Statements IWB$training$provided$by$my$ Strongly$ agree Somewhat$ agree Somewhat$ disagree Strongly$ disagree Don’t$know$ N/A (Bernard, 2000) 2.2 institution$was$sufRicient$for$my$ 27% 13% 13% 10% 37% needs Complementary$IWB$training$ 2.3 37% 40% 10% 3% 10% should$be$offered The$times$and$dates$of$IWB$ 2.4 training$were$convenient 17% 20% 3% 13% 47% I$was$interested$in$attending$IWB$ 2.5 50% 17% 23% 7% 3% training Page$2$of$12
  14. 14. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 Part 2 July-September 2012Semi-structured interviews (Gall, Gall & Borg, 1996) Picture by Kamujp via flickr.com
  15. 15. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 Tools reviewed#1. One that seems to work - Virtual Learning Environment#2. One that doesn’t seem to work - Interactive Whiteboards#3. One that seems worth developing - Social Media
  16. 16. FindingsBenoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  17. 17. #1. VLE (Moodle)Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  18. 18. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  19. 19. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE Skills & training Basic use 100 % Advanced use 90 % Training attended 93 % Interest in training 84 % Satisfaction with training 81 % % of total number of participants
  20. 20. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE Institutional requirements Good awareness of requirements 76 % Requirements are reasonable 63 % Requirements are not enough 53 % Feel supported by institution 67 % Driving innovation 70 %
  21. 21. VLE Tutor CommunicationStudent Student Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  22. 22. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE Open / closed Other Unit tutor tutors Other Outside Moodle unit students world Institution Unit students
  23. 23. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012VLE Other considerationsBeneficial to students’ learning ✓Large amounts of content can discourage attendance ✓Content should be a satisfactory replacement for classes ✗Saves time ✗Useful overall & should be developed further ✓
  24. 24. (IWB) #2. Interactive Whiteboards Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  25. 25. Picture by Pablog61 via flickr.com
  26. 26. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB Equipment Basic use Advanced use36% of teachingrooms equipped Writing Annotating screen Drawing Interactive activities Estimated initial Student engagement cost: £50,000 Saving contents
  27. 27. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB Skills & training Basic use 83 % Advanced use 33 % Training attended 50 % Interest in training 67 % Amount of training sufficient 40 %
  28. 28. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB Institutional requirements & recommendations Error 404 Slide not found
  29. 29. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012 IWB Use“IWB are (or can be) useful 83% for teaching and learning” Use it 2 to 3 times per year or less 60% Never use it 37%
  30. 30. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB Use Writing 53 % Drawing 30 % Interactive activities 23 % Annotating desktop / video 13 % Engaging students 40 %
  31. 31. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012IWB Other considerationsI feel encouraged by my institution to use IWB ✗I have sufficient time to use / prepare classes with an IWB ✗Using an IWB saves me time ✗IWB are usually available in the rooms where I teach ✗If more widely available, I would use IWB more ✓
  32. 32. #3. Social Media
  33. 33. Open learning Digital identityDigital literacy Participation Sharing SocialPersonal Learning Transparency Network
  34. 34. Social Media% of don’t know answers 23% Awareness Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  35. 35. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Social Media Skills & training Basic use 57% Advanced use 35% Training attended 33% Interest in training 72% Amount of training sufficient 42% % of opinions expressed
  36. 36. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Social Media Use“Social Media can be useful 77% to my students’ learning” Use it 2 to 3 times per year or less 74% Never use it 60%
  37. 37. Social Media Tutor CommunicationStudent Student Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  38. 38. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Social Media Open learning (Couros, 2011) Privacy Outside Tutor world Awareness Personal VLE Training Learning Network Time Open Student Resources education
  39. 39. ConclusionsBenoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012
  40. 40. Tool selectionSelect technology to address an issue or encourage innovation Critically evaluate technological tools (Chappelle, 2010) Picture by toolstop via flickr.com
  41. 41. Curriculumintegration Deeper integration prevents “bluetak” effect Adequately factor training in staff workload Picture by Gingher via flickr.com
  42. 42. Over-relianceon hardwareAllocate no more than 1/3 of buget to hardware + software (Morino Institute, 2001) Ensure consistency & availability Picture by ehpien via flickr.com
  43. 43. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Open learning Raise awareness of applications and benefits of OL Develop Digital Literacies (Belshaw, 2011) Promote participation (Jenkins, 2006)
  44. 44. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Belshaw, D., 2011. What is digital literacy? A Pragmatic investigation. Doctoral thesis, Durham University. Available at http://neverendingthesis.com and http://etheses.dur.ac.uk/cgi/latest [accessed 28th March 2012].Chapelle, C., 2010. Evaluating computer technology for language learning. Contact: Teachers of English as a SecondLanguage of Ontario, 36(2), pp.56-67.Couros, A., 2011. Why networked learning matters. Education in a Changing Environment (ECE) 6th InternationalConference, Creativity and Engagement in Higher Education, 6-8 July 2011, University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK.Eshet-Alkalai, Y. & Chajut, E., 2010. You Can Teach Old Dogs New Tricks: The Factors That Affect Changes over Time inDigital Literacy. In: Journal of Information Technology Education, vol. 9.Judson, E., 2006. How Teachers Integrate Technology and Their Beliefs About Learning - Is There a Connection? In: Journalof Technology and Teacher Education, 14(3), pp.581-597.Levin, T. & Wadmany, R., 2008. Teachers’ view on factors affecting effective integration of information technology in theclassroom: developmental scenery. In: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 16(2), pp.233-263.Morino Institute (The), 2001. From access to outcomes: raising the aspirations for technology initiatives in low-incomecommunities. [Online] The Morino Institute. Available at: http://www.morino.org/divides/report.pdf [accessed 4 July 2012].Wheeler, S., 2012. Digital Pedagogy: Content is a Tyrant, Context is King. In: NAACE 2012 Annual Conference, 9 March2012, Leicester, United Kingdom.
  45. 45. Benoît Guilbaud, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 2012Any questions? #LLASconf2012 Benoît Guilbaud b.guilbaud@mmu.ac.uk @benguilbaud
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