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    • 1. Evaluating a new approach to learning designGráinne Conole, Gabi Witthaus, Ale Armellini& Ming Nie University of Leicester Networked Learning Conference 2nd April 2012, Maastricht 2nd April2012
    • 2. Promise and realitySocial and participatorymedia offer new ways tocommunicate andcollaborate Not fully exploitedWealth of free resourcesand tools Replicating bad pedagogy Lack of time and skills
    • 3. Learning Design Shift frombelief-based, implicit approaches todesign- based,explicit approaches Learning Design A design-based approach to creation and support of courses Encouragesreflective,scholarly practicesPromotessharing and discussion http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/OULDI/
    • 4. The Design-Practice project Repurposing LocalisationReview ofOULDI Implementationresourcesand activities Reflection Evaluation4
    • 5. But does it work?I find the document quite thought-provoking, especially as a starting pointin this journey for developing goodunderstandings It is iterative and so helps with ironing out any issues I could understand the learning design process and would feel able to use this when designing some learning activities5
    • 6. Conceptualise What do we want to design, who for and why? Carpe Diem: 7Cs of learning Design Consolidate Evaluate and embed your designhttp://beyonddistance.wordpress.com/2012/02/07/carpe-diem-the-7cs-of-design-and-delivery/
    • 7. Programme part 1 In-session work Out-of-session workSession 1•Intros & expectations (e-tivities)•Mini-pres: background to workshop•How to ruin a course•Intro to e-tivity 1Session 2 E-tivity 1: Consider•Warm-up (how is it going?)•Discussion of discussion forums, blogs your Course Featuresand wikis•Intro to e-tivity 2Session 3• Warm-up E-tivity 2: Develop(Surprises, discoveries, frustrations, hig your Course Maphlights)• Review completed course maps• Mini-presentation: How OERs arebeing used & reused E-tivity 3: Do a Learning•Intro to e-tivity 3 Design Resource AuditSession 4• Warm-up (how is it going?)•Review of completed resource audits• Mini-pres: Salmon’s 5-stage model E-tivity 4: Develop your•Intro to e-tivity 4 Activity Profile
    • 8. Programme part 2 In-session workSession 5 Out-of-session work•Warm-up (Progress made so far?)•Review of Activity Profiles (e-tivities)•Brainstorm: “Soft”/“hard” outcomes•Intro to e-tivity 5Session 6 E-tivity 5: Develop•Warm-up (Revisit How to Ruin a Course)•Review of Storyboards your Storyboard•Do Info Literacy Card Sort activity•Intro to e-tivity 6Session 7 E-tivity 6: Develop• Warm-up (…) your e-tivities• Review completed e-tivities• Mini-pres: Embedding your e-tivities inthe VLE•Intro to e-tivity 7 E-tivity 7: Consider yourSession 8 VLE (LMS) design• Warm-up (…)•Review of completed VLE designs• Brainstorm: actions needed to complete E-tivity 8:our courses•Intro to e-tivity 8 Action Planning
    • 9. Session 1 Activity ResourcesWarm-up Getting to know the platform (if using a web conferencing platform) or tea/coffee if meeting face-to-faceBackground to the Mini-presentation by facilitators Cloudworks cloudscapeworkshop Carpe Diem website OULDI websiteDiscussion Brainstorm and discuss: how to ruin a Cloudworks link course PB Wiki linkIntro to e-tivity 1 Consider your Course Features Cloudworks link PB Wiki link www.linoit.com The slides are colour-coded to match colours in the table above.
    • 10. Background to the workshop• A brief web tour: – OULDI website – Carpe Diem website – 7Cs OER page – Cloudworks cloudscape for this workshop (with links to extra background info, blogs, etc.) – VLE for this workshop
    • 11. How to ruin a course
    • 12. Introduction to E-tivity 1: the Course Features template Linoit.com
    • 13. Course Features Key• Colours relate to the course view map – Green = collaboration and communication – Blue = content and student experience – Purple = reflection and demonstration – Orange = guidance and support
    • 14. Session 2 Activity ResourcesWarm-up Brainstorm: how are we doing?Review of e-tivity 1 Discussion of the completed Course Features tablesDiscussion • Discussion forum, blogs and wikis: Aus university link what are they good for? Affordances activity: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4 • Examples of discussion forums, blogs 042 and wikis in use (web tour) Facilitator’s own web tourIntro to e-tivity 2 Develop a Course Map Cloudworks link PB Wiki link www.flickr.com/photos/44251404@N 06/4727339064/
    • 15. What are discussion forums, blogs and wikis good for? Discussion Blogs Wikis forums Personal Reflection Collaboration reflection Moderated Creating an Collating discussion e-portfolio resources
    • 16. Introduction to E-tivity 2: Develop a Course Map http://www.flickr.com/photos/44251404@N06/4727339064/in/photostream/
    • 17. The Course Map template
    • 18. Completed Course Map Example
    • 19. Session 3 Activity ResourcesWarm-up Brainstorm – Surprises, Great Discoveries, Frustrations and Highlights so farReview of e-tivity 2 •The completed Course Maps •Discussion: have you revisited your Course Features?Discussion • How are you reusing OERs? Link to OER 2X2 model • A mini OER search workshop (Armellini& Nie) Link to mini OER search workshop slide Other resources from Cloudworks/ NetvibesIntro to e-tivity 3 Learning Design Resource Audit Cloudworks link PB Wiki link
    • 20. Introduction to E-tivity 3: Learning Design Resource Audit Format Content Text & Audio Video Slides (e.g. Other (e.g.(under the graphics PowerPoint) Adobeappropriate Presenter)licences)What I findand reuse asisWhat I find,tweak anduseWhat I find,repurposeand useWhat I createfor thismodule
    • 21. Example of a Completed LD Resource Audit Format Content (under the Text & graphics Audio Video Slides (e.g. Other (e.g. Adobeappropriate licences) PowerPoint) Presenter) OER for section 1. Reflective task fromWhat I find and reuse iTunesU resources for Slideshare resource Organisation X’s source Z. Podcast for section 3.as is sections 1 and 7. for section 5. website. Guidelines on assignment writing. OER for section 2.What I find, tweak Assessment rubricand use from W.What I find, New podcast based Slides adapted from OER for section 3.repurpose and use on X. resource Y.What I create for this Introduction to all 5 to 8-minute A 5-minute talking Support slides for Detailed presentationsmodule sections of the summaries of key head to introduce the sections 4, 7 and 8. for sections 2, 3 and module. points per section. programme and the 6. 5 e-tivities. Advice and guidance academic team. Summaries. for assessment. Assessment rubrics. Feedback on draft assignments.
    • 22. Session 4 Activity ResourcesWarm-up Confidence check and remaining learning curvesReview of e-tivity 3 • Review of Learning Design Resource Audit • Discussion - have your Course Maps changed?Discussion •Salmon’s five-stage model Salmon 5-stage model Wiscom model:Gunawardena et al, •Gunawardena et al’s Wiscom model 2006. Distance Education, Vol. 27, No. 2, August 2006, pp. 217– 232) http://tinyurl.com/wiscom- article Example learning design: http://tinyurl.com/wiscom-modelIntro to e-tivity 4 Develop your Activity Profile Cloudworks link PB Wiki link http://tinyurl.com/ActivityProfileFlash http://tinyurl.com/ActivityProfileExcel
    • 23. Introduction to E-tivity 3Y: Develop your Activity Profile• Assimilative – Reading, viewing, listening• Information handling – Manipulating data• Communicative – Dialogic interactions• Productive – Creating an artefact• Experiential – Practicing, mimicking• Adaptive http://tinyurl.com/ActivityProfileFlash – Modeling or simulation http://tinyurl.com/ActivityProfileExcel
    • 24. Session 5 Activity ResourcesWarm-up Brief review - progress made on your coursesReview of e-tivity 5 • Review of the Activity Profile representations . • Discussion: have you revised your Course Features? Have your Course Maps changed? Have you modified your LD Resource Audit?Discussion Review your course outcome statements Gloucestershire Cogen-T tool (soft/hard) Learning outcomes view activityIntro to e-tivity 6 Develop your Storyboard Learning Outcomes view: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view /4036 Storyboard template
    • 25. http://tinyurl.com/outcomes-verbs Learning Outcomes (from University of Gloucestershire)“Soft” outcome verbs “Hard” outcome verbsAppreciate ArgueUnderstand Create
    • 26. Learning outcomesSTART END Assessment
    • 27. Storyboard template (Linoit.com)
    • 28. Session 6 Activity ResourcesWarm-up SWOT analysis on our courses: brainstorm and discussionReview of e-tivity 5 • Review of the Storyboards • Discussion: •Have you revised your Course Features? •Have your Course Maps changed? •Have you modified your LD Resource Audit? •Have your Activity Profiles changed?Discussion Task Swimlane – mapping an activity at the Task Swimlane activity: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/3 micro-level 421Intro to e-tivity 6 Create an e-tivity
    • 29. Task Swimlane • Lane of roles • Lane with tools and resourceshttp://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/3421
    • 30. Intro to E-tivity 5: Develop your e-tivities
    • 31. Including information Literacy in e-tivities http://jiscdesignstudio.pbworks.com/w/page/48915295/OULDI-Information%20Literacy%20facilitation%20cards
    • 32. Session 7 Activity ResourcesWarm-up x xReview of e-tivity 6 • Review of the e-tivities • Discussion: •Have you revised your Course Features? •Have your Course Maps changed? •Have you modified your LD Resource Audit? •Have your Activity Profiles changed? •Has your Storyboard changed?Discussion Web tour of a “live” VLE http://tinyurl.com/using-vle- effectively And http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/inspireslea rning/entry/design_for_a_1_2/Intro to e-tivity 7 Consider your VLE (LMS) design
    • 33. E-tivity 6A: Consider your VLE (LMS) Design
    • 34. Programme for session 8Session intro Stock-takingReview of • Review of the VLE representations .e-tivity 7 • Discussion - have your Course Maps changed?Lead-in toe-tivity 8Instructions for Develop your Action Plane-tivity 8
    • 35. Session 8 Activity ResourcesWarm-upReview of e-tivity 7 • Review of the VLE designsDiscussion Action planningIntro to e-tivity 8 Action planning
    • 36. E-tivity 6B: Action PlanningB
    • 37. MSc in Learning Innovation Dissertation Case Studies of Innovation Research Design and Methods Learning Design Technology-Enhanced Learning
    • 38. Conole, G. (forthcoming), Designing for learning in an open world, New York: Springer Chapters available on dropbox grainne.conole@le.ac.uk

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