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HE Forum CCB Realities In Teaching. Andy Clowe HE Forum CCB Realities In Teaching. Andy Clowe Presentation Transcript

  • CCB Stream – Our media streaming solution
  • Realities of use in Teaching and Learning
  • Areas to examine • The role and use in the classroom • Additionality to our VLE (moodle) • Dissemination of skills / techniques • The college community • Why not just use You Tube, Teachers TV etc? • Future developments
  • The role and use in the classroom Comments from lecturers Engages learners Re-enforces learning Set topics up Provides differentiation Light relief for learners Provides current and up to date information Brings reality into the classroom Research tool for lecturers Learners can revisit medias in their own time Easy access to information However Not all content is useful or relevant Can take time to provide digitised and off-air media Not all lecturers have engaged with new delivery method
  • Additionality to our VLE (moodle) • Additional course resource • Use in moodle Media Centre Add to in course media channel Enabled by use of embed code Provides easy access to media (staff and students) Increases students use of streamed media Makes VLE more engaging
  • Dissemination of skills / techniques • Build up a skills bank • Provides additional learning opportunities • Sharing of skills and techniques between lecturers
  • The college community • Increases awareness (events, courses, successes, experiences, skills) • Whole college can watch events • Improved access to information • Sense of community through shared experience
  • Why not just use You Tube, Teachers TV etc? • Not all institutions allow access • The college doesn’t own the content • Considerable irrelevant material • Quality of resources • Adding your own content • Restricting access • How do you stream your events?
  • Future developments • Launching of availability outside college • Increased recording of practical skills • Enhanced user interface • Increase staff awareness across the college • Investigate possibility of a recording classroom • More focused streaming provision (via usage stats)