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Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
Lilac, April 2012, part 2
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  • 11/14/11 I think should only give out 1 set of cards initially and extra sets at next task.
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  • 11/14/11 Share outputs and feedback
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  • 11/14/11 Quote made from one participant (and made into a tagcloud in Wordle) Quote reads “Visual, interactive, fun, productive, collaborative” (Participant at the SEDA Conference, May 2011)
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    • 1. Viewpoints Information Skills Workshop An opportunity for you to take part in an Information Skills themed workshop taster.
    • 2. Task 1 (5 minutes)o Consider your group scenario and record your objective(s).
    • 3. Task 2 – Select principles (5 minutes) Choose any cards you think might help you address your group’s objective(s).
    • 4. Task 3 – Map principles to studentlearning timeline 5 minutes) Place the cards on the student timeline, where your group thinks relevant, considering the student perspective.
    • 5. Task 4 – Select implementation ideas and tailor a solution (15 minutes)o Turn over the most important card(s) and select ideas.o Add own ideas or comments in order to tailor the examples.o Note any overall action points and reflections.
    • 6. Task 5 - Share outputs and feedback (5mins) o One or two members from each group briefly feed back your key findings / experiences of using the assessment and feedback theme to consider your group objective|(s). o Survey
    • 7. Brief sharing of experiences andevaluation findings from ViewpointsProject.
    • 8. Shared meanings and priorities
    • 9. Interactive and engaging
    • 10. Facilitated discussions
    • 11. Informative and supporting
    • 12. Helps build effective teams
    • 13. www.wordle.net
    • 14. www.wordle.net
    • 15. Some Quotes“Thought provoking.”“Good to see the plan in front of you.”“Short sessions exploring ideas - very useful.”“Enjoyed it – not too time-consuming and time used very well.”“Good material supplied to encourage wider consideration.”"Got the team to brainstorm about the way forward in relationto creativity.”“Better face to face interaction with course team.”
    • 16. Some Quotes“Easy tool – visually descriptive, illustrative”“…Resources excellent prompts”“Suggestion cards act as a good prompt”“Cards aided formulation of ideas”“Accessible and easy to use. Comprehensiveand guiding.”“Look at the holistic approach.”“Group participation/engagement on ideas”“Being given the time to reflect.”“Useful prompts and discussion.”
    • 17. Concluding consolidation/discussion: sharing ideas foruse of these resources in other institutions.
    • 18. Further informationViewpoints project blog: http://viewpoints.ulster.ac.ukViewpoints resources site: http://viewpoints.ulster.ac.uk/resourcesDr Alan Masson, Project Director - aj.masson@ulster.ac.ukCatherine O’Donnell, Academic E-Learning Consultant - c.odonnell@ulster.ac.ukDr Vilinda Ross, Research Fellow - v.ross@ulster.ac.ukJISC Digital Literacies http://www.jisc.ac.uk/developingdigitalliteraciesJISC Digital Literacies Workshop materialshttp://jiscdesignstudio.pbworks.com/w/page/40474566/JISC-Digital-Literacy- Workshop-materials

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