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  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • About the Data: The majority of the respondents to this survey had, at some time in the last 12 months, participated in a workshop or event at which one or more members of the team had some form of involvement. Over the last year we have been involved in a number of internal and external workshops; so not all respondents are, therefore, from the OU or from any one subject discipline. This data comes from a questionnaire sent or given to 108 staff in Summer this year. For which there were in total 50 responses. There is good distribution across age groups and between men and women. Staff we also asked for their role in the university and based on this, two groups were identified: 47% were identified as Teaching staff, 53% as Non-Teaching staff and manager (this includes media developers, learning and teaching advisors, production editors, managers of courses or staff, and other support roles). For more contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk

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  • 219 – Preliminary findings from a series of staff surveys on perceptions, attitudes and practices of learning design Simon Cross, Paul Clark and Andrew Brasher Institute of Educational Technology The Open University, UK Contact: s.j.cross@open.ac.uk
  • Questioning answers: Answering questions
  • Iterative development and piloting Semi-structured interviews CompendiumLD Workshop eLearning community event Learning Media Design Workshop Faculty event Other workshops and challenge events Survey Feedback Survey
  • Structure & format (sample)
  • 47% Teaching Staff 53% Non-Teaching Staff 45% Men 55% Women 21% Under 35 23% 35-45 37% 45-55 18% Over 55 Respondent Characteristics Responses mainly from staff who had attended workshop in past year The project has delivered or been involved with many workshops including at other Universities 108 Surveyed 50 Responses
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex I sometimes feel overwhelmed by the challenge of how to effectively integrate ICT in a course’
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex It is becoming harder to understand how all the parts/components of planned learning and teaching fit together ’
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex I do not find it difficult imagining how online learning content fits with other course content’
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex Understanding the relationship between pedagogy and learners activity is a priority for me
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex Technologies available today offer great potential for enhancing the student learning experience’ ‘ Technologies available today will deliver great enhancements in the student learning experience (in the short to medium term)
  • The advent of elearning is making the process of creating courses more complex Do you believe that more use of visual representations (that show what is to be learnt and how) could help students better understand and plan their study?
  • Contacts Conclusions Simon Cross The Open University [email_address] Paul Clark The Open University [email_address] Andrew Brasher The Open University [email_address]
  • Image acknowledgements
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    • http://3danimation.e-spaces.com/graphic_design/future_city_downtown.jpg
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