Uq elearning capabilitiesoct2013-4hos

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  • 163,200pages in 24 hours from Chris McGrawLibrary data from Eric HornsbyUq.edu.au data from Graham ArrowsmithBlackboard data from awstats http://blackboard.elearning.uq.edu.au/awstats/awstats.pl
  • Shared exam centre with staggered examination

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  • 1. Technology Enhanced Learning Capabilities at UQ • • • • • • System usage rates Our current capabilities Capabilities coming-up Current adoption rates What next? Discussion - E-exams
  • 2. System usage rates – Daily logins over time
  • 3. System usage rates – Compared to campus Online Discrete people - Measured in Week 3 – Semester 2 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 St Lucia People on Bb 2013 People on Bb 2012 15,000 10,000 People on Bb 2011 5,000 People at St Lucia 2011 0 How Many People on Campus? Oct 2011 QUEENSLAND CENTRE FOR POPULATION RESEARCH – UQ
  • 4. System usage rates – Web pages served 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 Million pages served per day 4.04 0.7 0.6 0.4 0.163 Blackboard is a significant UQ web site https://blackboard.elearning.uq.edu.au/uqbin/performance/2012 Most under 200MS
  • 5. System usage rates – Lecture views Lecture viewing has almost doubled in a single year…
  • 6. System usage rates – Assignment submission
  • 7. Our current capabilities elearning.uq.edu.au
  • 8. Our eLearning Capabilities Course Level, Enterprise Level, In Deployment, In Development.
  • 9. Our eLearning Capabilities Course Level, Enterprise Level, In Deployment, In Development. • • • • • Collect and distribute assignments Provide faster feedback to students Enhance revision - (Instructional video) Enhance the face to face experience - (UQpoll) Engage with remote or working students - (Adobe Connect) • Allow students to measure their progress - (Online tests) • Communicate with students • Engage students in online group interactions(Blackboard Groups)
  • 10. Our eLearning Capabilities Course Level, Enterprise Level, In Deployment, In Development. • • • • • • Reach New Markets Protect Course Diversity through Collaboration Improve Student Retention with Analytics Improve Equity for Students Support Industry Placements Engage with Catchment Schools
  • 11. Our eLearning Capabilities Course Level, Enterprise Level, In Deployment, In Development. • Portable assignment grading and feedback (iPad) • Ability to analyse student consumption of lecture recordings and instructional video (Echo/Kaltura) • Advanced in-class student response system Responseware • More training opportunities centred around helping instructors through the change: Blackboard Basics, Basics for Professional Staff, Online Assignments; What's new in Blackboard… • Identification of at-risk students – Retention Centre • Marking non-text assignments - E-Assessment inside Blackboard: • Many more: improved discussion boards, dual screen lecture capture, LOR, badges, etc..
  • 12. Ability to analyse student consumption of lecture recordings and instructional video (Echo/Kaltura) See number of plays… See when the video is played during the semester… See which student played it, how many times, and for how long In Kaltura now and in Echo from November Combine with a quiz to measure engagement.
  • 13. Our eLearning Capabilities Course Level, Enterprise Level, In Deployment, In Development. From Blackboard: • Course oversight dashboard (HOS, Deans etc) • Grades published direct to SI-net • Learning Object Repository • Improved user experience Outside Blackboard • Lecture recording expansion • New course archiving to maintain materials for life of degree • A range of new capabilities according to faculty needs (discussed below)
  • 14. Lecture Recording Opportunity 100% Possible - 80% ECHO “Classroom Capture” via lectern PC + more Safecapture devices + pre-recorded material (PCAP/Kaltura) Now - 40% ECHO “Safe Capture” devices in theatres larger than 75 seats: 100 theatres now • • • Currently 40% of UQ’s 1600 courses /sem are recorded We can add more safe capture devices @ $5.5K/room Expect a move to pre-recorded learning material and rooms used for active learning
  • 15. Current Adoption Rates - Semester 1 - 2013 Elearning 1.0 Replicating Didactic Learning Elearning 2.0 Constructivist Learning Social Networking Elearning 3.0 Collaborative/Mobile Learning - Anywhere, Anytime, Anyone Course Profiles 100% BYOD 91% ++ Announcements 95% Discussion boards (51% active of 100% created)++ Learning Materials 97% Wikis/Blogs/Journals 9% Virtual Classroom 5% +++ Lecture Recordings (40%) Safecapture, PCAP, Kaltura Social media integration – YouTube, Flickr (6%) ++ In-Class eTools for the F2F part of Blended Learning: Online Assignments (82%) Peer Assessment ++ (need group capability) • Student response systems (8%) = UQPoll, + Responsware • 320K total online/yr ++ • 230K via Turnitin • 71.7K marked via Turnitin Student video assessable material ++ Blackboard Mobile 10% • Shared Whiteboards • …up from 44.2K in 2012 • Group Management tools ++ Quiz/Test/Exam (14%) ++ • MOOCs Rubens, N., et al. (2011). E-Learning 3.0 anyone, anywhere, anytime, and AI. In International Workshop on Social and Personal Computing for Web-Supported Learning Communities (SPeL 2011) (December 2011).
  • 16. What next? Collecting Ideas… • • • • • • • • • Faculty surveys Helpdesk 40 interactions/day Staff training (1100/year) Operational forum – with faculty reps Bbug meetings – with other universities Instructor surveys T&L & TEL meetings Elearning Strategy Committee Conferences
  • 17. An Elearning Helpdesk Week… We get to hear what academics want and need through many contacts every day.
  • 18. UQ Student Survey - Mid 2012… UQ students use our LMS more often than they do Facebook or our Library databases based on 5000+ responses
  • 19. Faculties give feedback on their priorities…
  • 20. Progress is tracked…
  • 21. Asking faculties for 2014 priorities now… • General change management support (local training, demonstrations etc.) • Large Classes: Peer Assessment – Contribution to group work. • Large Classes: Peer Assessment – Student assessment of each other’s work. • Large Classes: Team/group focused collaborative solutions that support • Large Classes: Peer review and collaborative writing in large cohorts • Course communication and Q&A for effective support and peer assistance • Creating and sharing sketches, diagrams, maths and symbols online • ePortfolios (eg evidence repository, Student showcase, reflection tool, assessment tracking) • E-exam software • Rubric examples: create a shared repository (resource) , which contains Rubrics used within the university. • Advice on how to devise a Rubric..Online invigilation service • BYOD policy and equity program • In-classroom tools for teaching and collaboration (e.g. screen sharing software, free text response etc.) • Content management system Many more…
  • 22. E-exams – Issues and Discussion Impetus • • • UQ is low on exam space Instructors are experimenting with e-exams – e.g. UQBS; Pharmacy Some universities are adopting online proctoring: Penn State, Harvard Distance Ed, Edx is using Pearson Should UQ go down this track? Advantages: Less printing or space; richer test experience (e.g. randomised question pools, heat-map questions etc.) Challenges: Which computer (Lab/Test Centre/BYOD); Which proctor (UQ/collaborative/external); Identification of students online; Cost (Now $10+bld, Online Proctor:$60/student, Test Centre: $400/exam) Thoughts? Full Report
  • 23. Questions?