Dinner for two, or more...teaching and learning with digitised resoruces

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  • Open Educational Resources Toolkit – “What are Open Educational Resources” https://openeducationalresources.pbworks.com/w/page/24836860/What-are-Open-Educational-Resources“Whilst purely informational content has a significant role in learning and teaching, it is helpful to consider learning resources by their levels of granularity and to focus on the degree to which information content is embedded within a learning activity: Digital assets – normally a single file (e.g. an image, video or audio clip), sometimes called a ‘raw media asset’;Information objects – a structured aggregation of digital assets, designed purely to present information;Learning objects – an aggregation of one or more digital assets which represents an educationally meaningful stand-alone unit;Learning activities – tasks involving interactions with information to attain a specific learning outcome;Learning design – structured sequences of information and activities to promote learning.” (adapted from Littlejohn, A., Falconer, I. and Mcgill, L. (2008) 'Characterising effective eLearning resources'. Computers & Education, 50 (3), pp. 757-771.)
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  • Dinner for two, or more...teaching and learning with digitised resoruces

    1. 1. Dinner for two, or more…teaching and learning with digital content<br />Paola MarchionniJISC Digitisation Programme Manager<br />Paola Marchionni, JISC Digitisation Programme Manager – 24 March 2011 <br />
    2. 2. 1. Starter:guidance and support material <br />“How to” guides to help use digital content in teaching and learning<br /><ul><li> Welsh Journals Online – pdf
    3. 3. British History Online - screencasts</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>basic guides for students and teachers, web pages or pdf
    4. 4. links to Welsh journals archive
    5. 5. links to further reading</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>more sophisticated way of delivering support
    6. 6. more immediate, but possible technical drawbacks</li></li></ul><li>2. Raw:digital assets, digitised content<br /><ul><li>Mainly primary sources: images, text, moving images, sound recordings, maps, data
    7. 7. Some secondary sources, eg journals
    8. 8. Spanning centuries</li></ul>Different subject areas: history, society, politics, arts literature, medicine, theatre and entertainment<br />
    9. 9. InView - BFI<br /><ul><li>2000 non-fiction TV films from 20th C
    10. 10. covering: education, society, politics, history, entertainment … </li></ul>British Cartoon Archive – University of Kent<br /><ul><li>100,000+ socio-political cartoons from British cartoonists</li></li></ul><li>3. Rare:Structured aggregation of digital assets<br />Freeze Frame: historic polar images 1845-1982<br /><ul><li> thematic aggregation of images within the digitised collection for browsing and presentation
    11. 11. some degree of personalisation from the user </li></li></ul><li><ul><li> thematic aggregation of images for presentation and navigation purpose (ships, Ice and iceberg, penguins, Air transport etc…)
    12. 12. Create your own grouping</li></li></ul><li>4. Medium:Learning objects/resources<br />Stand-alone resources, objects, tutorials<br /><ul><li> background information about a topic - tutorial, essay
    13. 13. digital assets and contextual information
    14. 14. deep links to other digital items in the collection
    15. 15. some degree of user interaction and manipulation</li></li></ul><li>Vision of Britain through time – University of Portsmouth <br /><ul><li>Maps, statistical information, historical descriptions, resources
    16. 16. 1801-2001
    17. 17. stand-alonetutorials on a variety of subjects </li></li></ul><li>Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource - Birmingham m & Art Gallery<br /><ul><li> Over 3000 works of Pre-Raphaelite art
    18. 18. Stand-alone thematic learning resources linked to the digitised images to support teaching and learning</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>learning resource on Wood engraving: images and commentary by specialist
    19. 19. images metadata
    20. 20. zooming function
    21. 21. create your own learning resource to integrate in teaching and learning
    22. 22. discussion group
    23. 23. glossary of terms
    24. 24. links to external resources </li></li></ul><li>5. Cooked:Interactive learning activities<br />First World War Poetry Digital Archive<br /><ul><li> high degree of interactivity
    25. 25. focused on a particular task</li></li></ul><li>First World Ward Poetry Digital Archive – University of Oxford<br /><ul><li> interactive timeline
    26. 26. plot WW1 events and poets’ life, diaries, manuscripts
    27. 27. select what you plot
    28. 28. links to metadata and images of manuscripts</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> stand-alone tutorial/learning path
    29. 29. can manipulate content (zoom, print, download)
    30. 30. can add content from the archive and from the Web
    31. 31. can add notes to images and path
    32. 32. can compare manuscripts
    33. 33. exemplar tutorial and “create your own”</li></li></ul><li>5. Really well cooked: structured activities for specific outputs<br />Eg: Cabinet Papers 1905-1972 – The National Archives<br /><ul><li>Essay writing tool: The writing frame</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>interactive writing frame to help structure essays
    34. 34. guidance on how to interpret different sources
    35. 35. links to digitised documents
    36. 36. exemplars and “make your own”</li></li></ul><li>6. Buffet: linking to or aggregating other resources, user generated content <br />Eg: Visualising China, OurWikiBooks<br /><ul><li>personalised experience
    37. 37. linking to external resources
    38. 38. aggregating content in different ways
    39. 39. visualisations
    40. 40. User Generated Content</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>search across different China collections
    41. 41. search external platforms (Flickr, Google books…)
    42. 42. User tagging and comments
    43. 43. workbench
    44. 44. Visualisation tools</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> co-creation of computer related learning resources between teachers and students
    45. 45. bringing together already existing resources
    46. 46. creation of a wiki book</li>

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