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Bored Chalk Seminar Oct 09

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Lunchtime seminar at the University of Bath. Outcomes are ... …

Lunchtime seminar at the University of Bath. Outcomes are ...

1. Introduce you to a range of technologies available at the University
2. Hands-on experience of using Paper Show, ARS and Panopto
3. Map technologies to teaching scenarios
4. Identify where you might go for more information

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  • 1. Bored of Chalk? 2 9 th Oct 2009 Andy Ramsden http://go.bath.ac.uk/andyramsden http://wiki.bath.ac.uk/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=40930171 URL
  • 2. Introductions Who are you, and what would you like to take from this session?
  • 3. The session outcomes
    • Bored of using chalk or whiteboards in your teaching?
    • Introduce you to a range of technologies available at the University
    • Hands-on experience of using Paper Show, ARS and Panopto
    • Map technologies to teaching scenarios
    • Identify where you might go for more information
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/89509548@N00/496717386/
  • 4. How do you currently teach face to face
  • 5. Driver for change: enhanced opportunities
    • Panopto
    Lecture Capture
    • ARS
    • SMS
    • Twitter
    Enhanced Classroom Interaction
    • Sympodium
    • Paper Show
    • Visualiser
    Presentation Aids (multi channel)
  • 6. Driver for change: enhanced GTA spaces http://www.bath.ac.uk/learningandteaching/news/?p=167
    • 8 West 3.22 • 4 East 3.10 • 4 East 3.38 • 8 West 2.1 • 8 West 1.32 • 8 West 1.33 • 8 West 1.34 • 8 West 2.4 • 5 West 2.3 • 5 West 2.4 • 5 West 2.1
    Between 2008/09 and 2013/14, £1.1 million is being spent on the refurbishment of general teaching rooms and a total of 37 rooms will be upgraded during this time
  • 7. Where should I place the emphasis?
  • 8. Presentational aid: Paper Show
    • Teaching controlled
    • Student controlled
    http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/elearninghowto/2009/08/12/capturing-and-displaying-hand-written-material-in-a-lecture-introduction-to-paper-show/
  • 9. Enhanced classroom interaction: ARS
    • Service Blog: http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/ars/
    • Davenport, Hayes & Parmar (2009): http://opus.bath.ac.uk/12505/
    • E-Learning Case Study: ARS + SMS
    http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/ars/2008/12/01/de-construction-of-aircraft-performance-and-design-question/
  • 10. Enhanced classroom interaction: Twitter
    • Ramsden (2009): http://opus.bath.ac.uk/15319/
    “ a textual space parallel to the speaker”
    • Student centred
    • Personal learning network
  • 11. Lecture Capture: Panopto http://coursecast.bath.ac.uk/CourseCast/Courses/
  • 12. thank you & questions
    • [email_address]
    • http://wiki.bath.ac.uk/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=40930171

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