Elevating use of elearning, esubmission, emarking and feedback

Elevating use of elearning, esubmission, emarking and feedback






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  • E3: Elevating use ofelearning, esubmission,emarking and efeedbackGillian FieldingDigital Skills Manager, HRD, University of SalfordTuesday 9th April 2013g.d.fielding@salford.ac.uk; Twitter g_fielding
  • 2SalfordWorld’s 1st free public library New home of the BBCMedia City Emmeline PankhurstLS Lowry Walter GreenwoodPeter Hook Paul ScholesSir Peter Maxwell Davies 1st gas lit streetJames Prescott Joule Marx & Engels Albert Finney
  • 3University of Salford• 20000 students– 14316 UG, 4436 PGR, 1248 PGT• 2000 staff– 900 academic staff, 1100 professional services staff• 250 academic programmes View slide
  • 4E3: Elevating esubmission, emarking and efeedbackInstitutionalTransformationChecks StrategicTrainingSupport• TEL Champions• Helpdesk• Drop-In Surgeries• #elevatesalfordTraining• Blended• ElevatePhase 1Phase 2Checks• Benchmarkingsurvey• Online Declaration• Reporting• Student AuditStrategic• TransformationBoard• Elevate ProjectBoard• Policy• BlackboardStandardsSupport View slide
  • 5Training• Phase 1 (23/04/2012-14/07/2012)– Blended solution1. Pre-workshop activity (400 video views, ? undertook theactivity, 321 completed the benchmarking survey)2. Workshop (751 attendees over 8 weeks, ran 61 x 3 hrs)3. Online learning (3 modules, 9 hrs study time, ? completed)– Included example modules of worst and best practice– Activity to put staff in students shoes– Included rich media and OER– #hashtag– QR code
  • 6Training continued• Phase 2 (01/10/2013-02/11/2012)– Phase 2: Part 1 Based on feedback from Phase 1 Self-paced online learning in a facilitated classroom Staff APLd initially Staff worked through at their own pace Test at the end (555 attendees over 5 weeks, 62 workshops)– Phase 2: Part 2 Directorate workshops Based on local issues/need eg anonymous marking 17 x 2 hr,198 staff attended
  • 7Strategic• Transformation Board• Elevate Project Board• Assessment Policy changes– Esubmission, with exemptions, Tues-Fridays 16:00– Emarking– Efeedback within 3 weeks• UoS Standards for Blackboard modules
  • 8Support• TEL Champions– Min. 1 per School, total 22– Time off teaching• Helpdesk– Open 08:00-17:00 Monday – Friday– Enquiries by phone, email, tweet, referred from ITS– Highest no. of enquires – 117, average 45 pr week– Customers = staff (and students)• Drop-In Surgeries– 3 Surgeries pr week (x 3hrs)– Held on 2 campuses• #elevatesalford
  • 9Checks• Benchmarking survey• “State of nation”, included some UCISA TEL survey questions• 321 staff completed• 50% of staff accessed most days;staff never used: discussions (56%), computer based tests(54%), blogs (68%), online groupwork (60%)• Online Declaration• 51 completed, 66 in progress• Reporting• Weekly Reports to the University Executive and others (high level)• Fortnightly Reports to HoS etc (attendance registers)
  • 10Checks continued• Student Audit (by Student Course Rep’s)• Completed by students (Course Rep’s)• Paid in Amazon vouchers• Semester 1 – 519 modules audited• Semester 2 – 1500 modules will be audited
  • E3: Any questionsGillian Fieldingg.d.fielding@salford.ac.ukTwitter g_fielding