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  • 1. Introduction to Succeed
    Academic Liaison & Development Team
  • 2. Succeed
    In our session today…
    • Introduction
    • 3. succeed@stir: from WebCT to Learn
    • 4. Learn: The tour
    • 5. eLearning Tools:
    • 6. Fundamental tools
    • 7. Beyond the basics
    • 8. Summary and evaluation
    • 9. Timetable
  • Succeed – Introduction
    eLearning Liaison and Development:
    • Simon Booth Team Manager, WebCT and Learn Administrator
    • 10. Steve Boulton CPD, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Health
    • 11. Sarah Grayston Stirling Management School, School of Sport
    • 12. Kirstine Lehany School of Arts and Humanities
    • 13. Louise McIntosh School of Applied Social Science
    • 14. Derek Robertson School of Education
    • 15. Marilyn Scott School of Natural Sciences
    • 16. Kirsteen Young eLearning Officer
    (Michael White is currently seconded to the Research Information Systems Project)
  • 17. succeed@stir
    The bigger picture
    Growing range of eLearning Tools at Stirling
    • Virtual Learning Environments (WebCT & Learn)
    • 18. Listen Again service (Lecture Capture – LT/Desktop)
    • 19. Electronic Reading Lists (TalisList)
    • 20. Electronic Plagiarism Detection service (TurnitinUK)
    • 21. StirlingConnect (Facebook for Stirling staff/students)
    • 22. Streaming media server (Off-air broadcasts)
    • 23. CampusPack Fusion (wikis/blogs/PDPs)
  • Learn: The Tour
    What does Learn look like?
    Let’s take a look
    • Keep in mind (Logging in, System Admin, WebCT)
    • 24. Learn Environment (My Learn, Personalising, Panels, Roles, Accessing Help and Modules)
    • 25. Standard Template (Course Menu, Content)
    • 26. Course Management (Control Panel, File Management, Course Tools, Module Entry Point)
  • eLearning Tools
    Fundamental tools
    Adding Files, Content Folders and Blank Pages
    Turnitin Assignments
    Alerts (Announcements)
    Discussions (Forums)
    Sign-Up Sheets (Groups)
    Adaptive Release and Tracking
  • 27. eLearning Tools
    Beyond the basics
    Mash-Ups (YouTube, Flickr and Slideshare)
    Listen Again (Lecture Capture)
    Campus Pack (wikis, blogs and journals)
    Audio and images
  • 28. Summary
    What have we done in this session?
    • Bringing all our central eLearning services under one brand
    Learn is the new WebCT
    eLearning Tools:
    • All the old favourites are still available
    • 29. There are some nice fancy ones to use too
  • Timetable
    So what happens next?
    Your eLD contact will be in touch about your modules for Autumn semester 2011/12
    • We recommend a chance to take stock and redesign, but your old course and content will be available if you want it
    Modules should be ready for you to access by the middle of August if not before
    In the meantime, you can use your training module to acclimatise yourself with Learn
    Please feel free to contact your eLD representative with any questions about this session or its content
  • 30. Contact Details
    eLearning Liaison and Development:
    • Simon Booth 7247
    • 31. Steve Boulton 6883
    • 32. Sarah Grayston 6895
    • 33. Kirstine Lehany 6881
    • 34. Louise McIntosh 6879
    • 35. Derek Robertson 7702
    • 36. Marilyn Scott 7269
    • 37. Kirsteen Young 6876