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    'Elgg in Education: Stanford University' David Adams #ECSF 'Elgg in Education: Stanford University' David Adams #ECSF Presentation Transcript

    • Courseware at a glancePlatform for creating and hosting coursesBuild at Stanford on ElggAvailable within U.S. university systemExperiment for providing a more collaborative and interactive teaching and learning experienceIndependent of contentFree to use
    • Collaborative and Interactive FeaturesAssignments and quizzes Teaming Peer gradingVideos and lectures In-video quizzes In-video annotations Link point in video to forum questions ClassX interactive video streaming (classx.stanford.edu)
    • Collaborative and Interactive FeaturesForum Custom plugin: forum/subforums/posts/replies Tag posts for later reviewInstructors can share content across courses and institutionsStudents can view other students submissionsStudents provide [anonymous] course feedback
    • Going ForwardAnalytics Instructor: What % of students have completed the assignment Student: Visibility of student progress in relation to the whole class for a competitive sense Student: Performance of questions or assignment in relation to the whole classStudent Interventions Use analytics to drive proactive help Casual conversation style rather than formal, rigid