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  • Consultations - available face-to-face and online. RSC provide strategic consultations on a number of topics relating to the use of technology in teaching and learning and organisational effectivenessEvents - each RSC offers a programme of online and face-to-face events planned in response to national priorities and emergent regional concerns. Events are free or at a minimal cost.Networks - RSCs supports emergent and established networks for the development and sustainment of good practice. As appropriate, the RSCs support networks initiated by Partners, particularly as part of national framework agreements.Communication - RSCs signpost providers to relevant resources and activities. They also facilitate communication within and across learning providers by supporting staff in their development and use of conferencing and on-line communications.Training - RSCs broker training opportunities by working with Learning Providers who are leaders in their field and with third party providers (though they do not promote or favour particular commercial partners); RSCs will provide direct training where appropriate, particularly in relation to emergent priorities or techniques which can have a significant impact on overall organisational efficiency and effectiveness.Partner relationships - RSCs foster partner relations at both national and regional levels as a way of clarifying strategic direction and support for the FE and Skills and HE sectors. Resources - a common core of material supports the remit of the RSCs, developed by advisers with hands-on experience within the regions

Look fantastic training introduction, e safety audit and policy, ilt strategy, summarypptx Look fantastic training introduction, e safety audit and policy, ilt strategy, summarypptx Presentation Transcript

  • Look Fantastic Training – 21st October 2013 Presenters: Jane Mackenzie j.mackenzie@kent.ac.uk Stephen Catton S.R.Catton@kent.ac.uk Go to View > Header & Footer to edit www.jisc.ac.uk/rsc October 21, 2013 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
  • Joint Information Systems Committee (Jisc)  Over the last 17 years Jisc has provided expert advice and practical support to help organisations achieve their objectives and enhance performance using technology.  We help organisations to get the most from technology, enabling them to reduce costs, work efficiently, adapt to change and enhance the quality of learning, teaching and research.  Through practical tools, helpdesks, workshops and consultancy services, we provide assistance with planning, managing and using technologies in the post-16 education sector and beyond.  www.jisc.ac.uk October 21, 2013 | slide 2
  • The JISC family In addition to the Regional Support Centres Jisc offers a number of dedicated specialist support services JISC Digital Media Still and moving images and audio JISC Legal Legal advice for ICT in education JISC Procureweb Procurement support JISC Regional Support Centre Southeast JISC infoNET Infokits, case studies and training JISC Netskills Technology training and staff development JISC TechDis Technology and inclusion advisory service
  • What can the RSC do for you?         Free Consultancy Events Networks Free Innovation forums, Moodle Forums Communications F2F Training and webinars Partner relationships Resources Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 4
  • The RSC SE Adviser Team Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 5
  • Agenda  9.30 Coffee  10.00 Introduction and ice breaker  10.20 Sharing E-Safety audit tool - share ideas and action plans  11.00 e-Safety policy considerations and discussion  11.30 ILT strategic planning – Google drive table with details 12.15 Lunch  1.00 Introductions to VLEs - to VLE or not to VLE - that is the question?  1.45 Overview of different online solutions (Coffee break during this session)  3.45 Questions and actions for the future  4.00 Close Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 6
  • Outcomes  Engage and educate to use technology safely using the e-safety audit and policy.  Understand how to develop an ILT strategy.  Discover the benefits, barriers and general considerations related to a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).  Inspire and enthuse participants to create content online and share with others. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 7
  • ILT Strategy Questions        Vision – where does the organisation want to be in, say, three years’ time as regards e-learning and e-maturity (of the whole organisation) generally; 2. Context – any local/regional/national strategic factors that may affect what your organisation wants to work towards and how it does so; 3. Management – how will the strategy be managed, to ensure it stays on track and achieves objectives that support the organisation’s overall strategic aims; 4. Supporting teaching and learning – what are the critical elements of elearning/ILT (inc understanding of new pedagogies, staff training) that need to be covered; 5. Infrastructure/connectivity – do you have what you need to achieve your overall objectives, and how are you going to put it in place if you haven’t; 6. Implementation Plan – details of who does what, by when, with what resources, in the first year; 7. Budget – how much has been allocated, is it enough – if it isn’t, will the objectives be tailored to fit the funds or will extra (external?) funding be sought. 1. http://tinyurl.com/ngfdtpb https://www.evernote.com/pub/janersc/iltstrategy Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 8
  • Useful Links  Teaching Toolkit No 4 Padlet Wall http://padlet.com/wall/Teachingtoolkit  E-Safety Padlet wall http://padlet.com/wall/esafetyinfo Look Fantastic Training Padlet wall http://padlet.com/wall/LookFantastic      Padlet http://padlet.com Google docs Google Hangout http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts Screenr http://www.screenr.com Evernote Download http://evernote.com/ Demos, tips and tricks http://evernote.com/video/  Socrative http://www.socrative.com www.t.socrative.com for teacher instructions www.m.socrative.com for students instructions  Webex http://www.webex.co.uk/ Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 9
  • Additional resources Teaching Toolkit Workshops http://moodle-rsc.ukc.ac.uk/webcast/  No1 Screenleap, Windows 7 snipping tool, meetomatic and Doodle – sharing your screen, saving a screen shot, organising online meetings.  No2 Evernote, Knovia, Webex, Google hangout – storage, recording, conferencing tool  No3 TechDis Voices and toolbox – accessability tools  No4 Screenr, Dropbox, Padlet – recording, storage, online interactive wall  No 5 Google drive and Mural.ly – storage and collaboration, online interactive wall  No 6 Socrative, StudyStack, Quizlet – online assessment tools 5 minute presentations:  Socrative http://www.screenr.com/IyZH  StudyStack http://www.screenr.com/Tm2H  Mural.ly http://www.screenr.com/dWhH  Google drive http://www.screenr.com/vMhH  Evernote http://www.screenr.com/0d97  Dropbox http://www.screenr.com/lee7  Padlet http://www.screenr.com/M4e7  Text to speech in Microsoft 7 http://www.screenr.com/7AZ7 Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 10
  • Future RSC Events  Classroom of the Future (28th or 29th October) Date: 28th October 2013 (09:30-15:45) £50 Book 2 and get a 3rd FREE Venue: Berkshire College of Agriculture, Maidenhead, Berkshire Link  Creating rich interactive learning content Date: 13th November 2013 (09:30-15:45) £75.00 Venue: Chichester College, Chichester Link  Innovation Forum@Newbury Date: 25th November 2013 (09:00-13:30) FREE Venue: Newbury College, Newbury Link  Innovation Forum@Hadlow Date: 4th December 2013 (09:00-13:30) FREE Venue: Hadlow College Kent Details will be on the website soon  Preparing for Safer Internet Day and beyond Date: 28th November 2013 (10:00-16:00) FREE Venue: Online Link Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 11
  • Presentation Title Thank you for attending this training session Please complete the short survey we will send to you and call us if you would like Jisc RSC to advise you Jane Mackenzie E-learning Adviser Work Based Learning (WBL) JISC Regional Support Centre South East Skype Jane.Mackenzie11 Twitter JaneMackenzie2 Email j.mackenzie@kent.ac.uk Mobile: 07714140570 JISC RSC SE at the University of Kent - www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/southeast Go to View > Header & Footer to edit October 21, 2013 | slide 12