TELT Production Approach1. Rationale for TELT new production approachTELT – Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching, com...
3. Roles and ResponsibilitiesThe following provides an overview with respect to role and responsibilities for TELT resourc...
5. Production workflowThe following is a production workflow for the a TELT resource6. Production timeThe following gives ...
3 Review overview SED & ED 0.5 days3 Amend overview ED 0.5 days4 Create additional guidance ED/CPLD 1 day/userguide4 Revie...
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  1. 1. TELT Production Approach1. Rationale for TELT new production approachTELT – Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching, commonly refers to the resources in the “Using Technologyin Learning and Teaching” learning room. Presently they cover the following areas: Introduction to technology enhanced learning and teaching Eassessment, Esubmission and Efeedback Delivery online contentCurrently all the elearning areas within the resources have a similar format “what, why when how” to enable easynavigation through the resources, however, this creates a long linear structure within the content map in NOW,which defeats the intention of ease of navigation. To address this issue a redesign of the structure of the resourcesis required to improve their usability.In addition, the elearning development team needs to consider a more agile approach to creating TELT onlineresources so that it can quickly address any strategic needs that arise and can fill in the existing gaps. The presentproject board process was necessary to implement the development of the existing TELT resources, however, it isa barrier to adopting and agile production approach and we need to consider a SMART approach to TELTproduction. For each resource, we should consider.Specific goal: What do we need to accomplish with the resource What are the reasons, purpose and benefits of creating the resource Who will be involved in the creation of the resource Where will the resource go What will be its format; the structure of the resource what it will not coverMeasurable: Process for producing the resource, stages and the length of timeAttainable Do we need to speak to other departments Do we have enough knowledge Will any of the above impact on the delivery Are there any other guides it links to or do other guides need to be createdRelevant Does it address a strategic need Does it fill a learning and teaching gap Does the output match the effortTime-bound Delivery date Does it have to be delivered all at once or can it be separated into parts2. Management of the TELT process and identifying new resourcesThe management of the TELT process will remain within CADQ. It is suggested that the ED team review theexisting resources and firstly consider any gaps with respect to: Curriculum redesign Strategic issuesThen applying the SMART approach outlined above a development plan will be overseen by the SEDs. Any newsuggestions that arise will be evaluated using the SMART approach and will be considered within the context ofexisting resources that are in the production plan.Vicki McGarvey v1.1 June 2012 1
  2. 2. 3. Roles and ResponsibilitiesThe following provides an overview with respect to role and responsibilities for TELT resource production.3. Resource format and locationThere are two influences on the format of TELT resources that both relate to time, time it takes to produce aresource and limited time of learning teaching staff have to access and use the resource, therefore resourcesshould be clear, concise and easy to find. It is recommended that we adopt the following format:1. Overview: what, why and references to additional guidance – PDF no more than two sides2. Additional guidance – PDF Userguide only3. Learning and teaching case studies – video & PDFWith 2, CPLD may need to produce guidance, however, the guidance may already exist or additional guidance maynot be necessary. With 3 there may not be any teaching case studies to attach, depending on the resource that iscreated. It is suggested, that there should not be cross reference to specific points in related guides within theoverview but links to related guides at the bottom of the overview, this will facilitated easier repurposing andupdating. The resource should then go into the “Using Technology in Learning and Teaching” learning room andthe NTU learning repository. Presently, the ENO project is investigating making resources accessible with a URLoutside of NTU within the learning repository so when this is enabled it is suggested the TELT published resourcesare made open using this method, so that they can be linked to from multiple places.4. Design TemplateTemplates will be required for the: PDF overview Case studies VideoVicki McGarvey v1.1 June 2012Owner CADQManagement Process ProductionSEDsSED (Op)ManagementEDsOverview; CaseStudies; Create/reviewCPLD Create/reviewguidanceSEDReview overview2
  3. 3. 5. Production workflowThe following is a production workflow for the a TELT resource6. Production timeThe following gives the standard timeline for a production schedule for a TELT resource. It is in two parts, the firstpart is the overview and guidance, the second is the case study.Week Activity Who Time1 Planning ED SEDsCPLD0.5 day1 Identify case study arrange time ED 0.5 day2 Draft overview ED 2 daysVicki McGarvey v1.1 June 2012Resource allocated to ED producer & SED reviewerProduction plan SMART approach overseen by SED (Op) inliaison SED Review & ED Producer & CPLD repED Producer writes overview in WordSED Reviewer review overviewED Producer makes amendmentsED/CPLD creates additional guidanceED/CPLD Reviews GuidanceED Creates Case Study writtenSED Review case study writtenED Creates case study videoSED Reviews case study videoPublish case study to learning room & learning repositoryPublish Overview & Guidance to Learning Room & LearningRepository3
  4. 4. 3 Review overview SED & ED 0.5 days3 Amend overview ED 0.5 days4 Create additional guidance ED/CPLD 1 day/userguide4 Review additional guidance ED/CPLD 0.5 day/userguide5 Publish overview & guidance to learning room &learning repositoryED 0.5 day5 Draft case study ED 1 day6 Review case study SED 0.5 day6 Amend case study ED 0.5 day7 Record case ED 1 day8 Edit case study ED 1 day8 Publish case study to the learning rooms & learningrepositoryED 0.5 day6. TELT EvaluationWith respect to evaluating the TELT resources using the learning room it is recommended that we do the following: Termly stats on accessing the TELT resources Contact those using resources for feedback – telephone interview/face-to-face7. DisseminationThe following is a dissemination plan for the TELT resourcesMode What Who RegularityWritten eNews VMcG TermlyWritten Enhancement Newsletter VMcG On publicationWritten TELT-C web site VMcG On publicationWritten Email TELT-C & LTCs VMcG Termly for resource reminderOn publication for new resourcesF2F SASQ DM On attendanceF2F Learning & Teaching Groups DM On attendanceF2F TELT-C meeting VMcG TermlyVicki McGarvey v1.1 June 2012 4

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