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    • 1. IT SHORTSSCHOOL OF THE ARTSPROFESSOR ALEJANDRO ARMELLINI11 JUNE 2013
    • 2. E-LEARNING TIMELINEMultimediaresources80sTheInternetandtheWeb93LearningManagementSystems95OpenEducationalResources01Mobiledevices98Gamingtechnologies00Socialandparticipatorymedia04Virtualworlds05E-booksandsmartdevicesMassiveOpenOnlineCourses07 08LearningDesign99http://halfanhour.blogspot.be/2012/02/e-learning-generations.htmlLearningobjects94 09Learninganalytics
    • 3. PRINCIPLES• Low cost, high value• Sustainable: design once, deliver manytimes• Forward-looking:alignment, assessment forlearning, rapid feedback• Aligned with social enterprise andentrepreneurship3
    • 4. ONLINE PRESENCEPresence on NILE is not an add-on to thecourse. It is the course.4(Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2001)
    • 5. TO BE CLEAR…The resource is not the course.PDFs and PPTs won’t teach themselves.5
    • 6. NILE DESIGN TARGETSLevel Focus Key featuresFoundation Delivery  Absolute minimum expected Course information, handbook and guides Learning materialsIntermediateEssential in allblended coursesParticipation In addition to ‘Delivery’: Online participation designed into the course. Tasks provide meaningful formative scaffold. Online participation encouraged and moderated, but not essential toachieve learning outcomes.AdvancedEssential in all onlinecoursesCollaboration In addition to ‘Delivery’: Regular learner input designed into course & essential throughout. Online tasks provide meaningful scaffold to formative andsummative assessment. Collaborative knowledge construction central to a productivelearning environment.6
    • 7. OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES(OERS)Teaching, learning and research materials inany medium, digital or otherwise, that reside inthe public domain or have been released underan open license that permits no-costaccess, use, adaptation and redistribution byothers with no or limited restrictions(UNESCO, 2012)7
    • 8. LICENCE8
    • 9. OER REPOSITORIES (1)9JORUMOER CommonsMIT OpenCourseWareOpenLearn (Open University)iTunesU
    • 10. OER REPOSITORIES (2)10
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    • 15. DesignDeliveryAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    • 16. DesignPlannedEnhancementDeliveryAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    • 17. DesignPlannedEnhancementDeliveryJust-in-timeEnhancementAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    • 18. DesignPlannedEnhancementDeliveryJust-in-timeEnhancementReflectiveEnhancementAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    • 19. DesignPlannedEnhancementStrategicEnhancementDeliveryJust-in-timeEnhancementReflectiveEnhancementAs is RepurposedOER useCurriculumArmellini & Nie (2013) Open educational practices forcurriculum enhancement. Open Learning 28(1) 7-20.
    • 20. CONTRIBUTING OUR OWNOERSAll truth passes through three stages.First, it is ridiculed.Second, it is violently opposed.Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.Arthur Schopenhauer (1788–1860)Image source: Wikipedia20
    • 21. FROM VLES AND OERTO MOOCSMassive Open Online Coursesand free21
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    • 26. AT NORTHAMPTON:MOOC OR SOOC?Small Open Online Coursesand beautiful26
    • 27. MOOCS: HE’S DIGITAL MOMENT?27Source: Universities UK, 16May 2013
    • 28. STRATEGIC COMMITMENT TOSCALING UP:• Online and blended provision• CPD and accreditation• Openness28
    • 29. CONCLUSIONS29
    • 30. 21ST CENTURY LEARNING• Knowledge and learning as open, mobile, connected andscalable• New forms of communication and collaboration forknowledge construction• Harnessing the global network• Flexibility as the norm
    • 31. SHIFT TO…Appropriate ‘blends’OpennessFlexibilityMobilityFocus: what the students do with the contentand for what purpose, rather than the contentitself31
    • 32. OERS…• Content is not king• We can’t afford to ignore OERs:• As users - OERs to enhance your courses• As contributors: don’t agonise over the familysilver• What will put Northampton on the OERmap?32
    • 33. MOOCS…Register on oneConsider contributing to oneReview MOOC research33
    • 34. 34Professor Alejandro ArmelliniInstitute of Learning and Teaching in Higher EducationUniversity of NorthamptonAle.Armellini@northampton.ac.uk11 June 2013http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/