Enhancing the Teaching and Learning
Experience with TV & Radio Programmes
Markeda Cole, BUFVC
Anna Goatman. The University...
• A brief background to BoB National
• Engaging students with AV (Dr Anna Goatman)
• Saving time, space & money with BoB (...
BoB National 3.0 features
• View and record over 1 million TV and radio
programmes
• Access ten foreign language channels
...
BoB National 3.0 features
• Embed content on VLEs
• Share content via Twitter
• Comment on programmes
• View on all handhe...
Anna Goatman
Senior Lecturer in Marketing
Manchester Business School
The University of Manchester
“The mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood
that needs igniting” (Plutarch)
500 students
50 nationalities
5 minutes
TheChallenge
TheChallenge
TheChallenge
TheChallenge
Just in case
Example
“Anyone who tries to make a distinction between
education and entertainment doesn't know the first
thing about either” (Mc...
Croydon College Library
Tom Butler
Head of Libraries and Learning Resources
Before and After
• Check Radio Times and existing
holdings – 60 mins/week
• Set up Digital recorders for each
programme – ...
Before and After
• 1.5 FTE Learning Resources
Assistants – About 60% of duty
time
• 1 FTE Senior Library Assistant –
About...
We didn’t expect that…
Any Questions?
Markeda Cole,
BoB National & Off Air Recordings Administrator
markeda@bufvc.ac.uk
020 7393 1514
Join us on ...
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The days of standing in front of a class / lecture reading from a textbook or research paper are long gone. How do you improve your engagement with today’s students? How can you ensure you are meeting the needs of different learners?

The BUFVC’s Box of Broadcasts provides over 1 million TV and radio programmes for use by further and higher education institutions within teaching and learning. All staff and students in a subscribing institution can access the content, anywhere in the UK, to view, record, create clips, embed into VLEs and share. Plus, following a recent upgrade, users can now also view the content on the device they have in their pocket, search rolling transcripts, record missed programmes from a 30 day ‘buffer’, create clip compilations and use a one-click citation to reference programmes in their work.

This presentation explore the experiences of two subscribers from both an FE and HE perspective. See how a lecturer uses formerly broadcast TV and radio programmes to add variety to their classes and to engage their students in new ways. And how a further education college made savings by completely changing the way they deliver online access to AV resources since they started using BoB.

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Enhancing the teaching and learning experience with TV and radio programmes - Markeda Cole, Anna Goatman and Tom Butler - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

  1. 1. Enhancing the Teaching and Learning Experience with TV & Radio Programmes Markeda Cole, BUFVC Anna Goatman. The University of Manchester Tom Butler, Croydon College JISC Digifest 11th March 2014 ICC Birmingham
  2. 2. • A brief background to BoB National • Engaging students with AV (Dr Anna Goatman) • Saving time, space & money with BoB (Tom Butler) • Q & A
  3. 3. BoB National 3.0 features • View and record over 1 million TV and radio programmes • Access ten foreign language channels • Create clips and clip compilations • Create playlists and share • Record missed programmes (30 day buffer; 7 days in advance) • Search rolling transcripts / view thumbnails
  4. 4. BoB National 3.0 features • Embed content on VLEs • Share content via Twitter • Comment on programmes • View on all handheld devises (iOS compatibility) • Reference programmes in your work using the BUFVC AV Citation Guidelines • Easy to use, intuitive website
  5. 5. Anna Goatman Senior Lecturer in Marketing Manchester Business School The University of Manchester
  6. 6. “The mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting” (Plutarch)
  7. 7. 500 students 50 nationalities 5 minutes
  8. 8. TheChallenge
  9. 9. TheChallenge
  10. 10. TheChallenge
  11. 11. TheChallenge
  12. 12. Just in case
  13. 13. Example
  14. 14. “Anyone who tries to make a distinction between education and entertainment doesn't know the first thing about either” (McLuhan)
  15. 15. Croydon College Library Tom Butler Head of Libraries and Learning Resources
  16. 16. Before and After • Check Radio Times and existing holdings – 60 mins/week • Set up Digital recorders for each programme – Up to 30 mins/day • Dub down programmes from records to DVDs and burn (1:1), checking occasionally to monitor process • Catalogue DVDs – 5 mins per disk • Process DVDs – 5 mins per disk • Shelve and keep tidy • Log into BoB • Select Programme
  17. 17. Before and After • 1.5 FTE Learning Resources Assistants – About 60% of duty time • 1 FTE Senior Library Assistant – About 30% of duty time • 1 FTE Cataloguer – About 30% of duty time • Outsourced to the customers
  18. 18. We didn’t expect that…
  19. 19. Any Questions? Markeda Cole, BoB National & Off Air Recordings Administrator markeda@bufvc.ac.uk 020 7393 1514 Join us on Twitter @bufvc_bob Contact our help desk: bob@bufvc.ac.uk or 020 7393 1500

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