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SupportingUser-GeneratedMedia-Enhanced Learning<br />Susannah Diamond and Andrew Middleton<br />Learning and Teaching Inst...
Workshop outline<br />Introduction - user-generated media<br />Scenarios - Media-enhanced learning<br />Evaluation - Insti...
Specialist-production ofmedia-enhanced content<br />Technicalspecialists<br />Students<br />Tutor <br /> Media delivery<br />
User-generatedmedia-enhanced learning<br />Orientating, motivating,  support and challenging<br />Authenticity<br />Extern...
User-generatedmedia-enhanced learning<br />Authenticity<br />  Orientating, motivating,  challenging and formative<br />St...
What is the problem?<br />“ Does ithave to bethis complicated? ”<br />“I don't knowwho to contact -can't I just useYouTube...
What do we need?<br />?<br />?<br />
A joined-up approach toa new media infrastructure<br />Organisational factors <br /><ul><li>Institutional vision
Educational development
Coordination</li></ul>Technical factors <br />Human factors <br /><ul><li>Academic support
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This is the introduction to a workshop presented for JISC Regional Yorkshire & Humberside meeting on Pedagogy and e-Learning in HE: strategy and practice, 22 Feb 2010 by Susannah Diamond and Andrew Middleton, Sheffield Hallam University

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    1. 1. SupportingUser-GeneratedMedia-Enhanced Learning<br />Susannah Diamond and Andrew Middleton<br />Learning and Teaching Institute<br />Sheffield Hallam University<br />SHARPENS YOUR THINKING<br />
    2. 2. Workshop outline<br />Introduction - user-generated media<br />Scenarios - Media-enhanced learning<br />Evaluation - Institutional readiness<br />Discussion - Achieving readiness<br />
    3. 3. Specialist-production ofmedia-enhanced content<br />Technicalspecialists<br />Students<br />Tutor <br /> Media delivery<br />
    4. 4. User-generatedmedia-enhanced learning<br />Orientating, motivating, support and challenging<br />Authenticity<br />External voices<br />Students<br />Enquiry-based learning Rich presentations <br />Reflection and feedbackon learning processes<br />Tutor <br />
    5. 5. User-generatedmedia-enhanced learning<br />Authenticity<br /> Orientating, motivating, challenging and formative<br />Students<br />Externalvoices<br />Enquiry-based learning Rich presentations <br />Reflection and feedbackon learning processes<br />Tutor<br />Timely, meaningful and manageable <br />media produced within the teaching<br />and learning community<br />for its own needs<br />
    6. 6. What is the problem?<br />“ Does ithave to bethis complicated? ”<br />“I don't knowwho to contact -can't I just useYouTube?”<br />“It's as thoughthe institution isliving in the past” <br />
    7. 7. What do we need?<br />?<br />?<br />
    8. 8. A joined-up approach toa new media infrastructure<br />Organisational factors <br /><ul><li>Institutional vision
    9. 9. Educational development
    10. 10. Coordination</li></ul>Technical factors <br />Human factors <br /><ul><li>Academic support
    11. 11. Student support
    12. 12. ICT Literacy
    13. 13. Access to kit
    14. 14. Robust network
    15. 15. File storage</li></li></ul><li>Paired activity<br />Examine 1 scenario of user-generated content for media-enhanced learning <br />Consider the value of the approach andthe skills or technology needed.<br />Evaluate the readiness of your institution to support the approach.<br />
    16. 16. Susannah Diamond and Andrew Middleton<br />Learning and Teaching Institute<br />s.m.diamond@shu.ac.uk<br />a.j.middleton@shu.ac.uk<br />SHARPENS YOUR THINKING<br />
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