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Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
Fusion ntusharevmaa v1.1
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  • Show of hands:Who uses the LOR?Who uses harvesting?Who uses MERLOT in D2L?Who uses open educational resources?
  • History/background of NTU before LOR little sharing – informal, e.g. through YouTube, Flickr, Delicious, web 2.0 mainly for use with students rather than colleagues. This was then shared within schools, not coherently across the university. anxieties existed around sharing, which we needed to resolve to get staff engagement (demonstrated by work on the VLE implementation project. Our model for staff engagement was based on that of the VLE implementation project, i.e.:Working groupsCollaborative project management Working on good relationships with academic colleagues in schoolsE-learning working groupE-learning user forumBuilding on the relationships we’d formed in the VLE implementation pojectProblems/issues Staff engagement – due to anxiety and needed change in NTU culture of sharing (enagagement at start cf now – still early days in terms of numbers of objects in repository and extent of use, but feedback on its popularity includes the number of requests we’ve had to present to school committees and meetings, and CPLD having offered to publicise our workshops, ALT disseminating throughout schools, events we’ve held have been solidly attended by core group of individuals.)Letting staff know about the LOR/publicity
  • Workshops exploring technical and pedagogical aspectsBespoke user-guides and online course
  • Any questions
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    • 1. An object shared is a problem halved: Implementing an LOR
      Anna Armstrong & Vicki McGarvey
      Nottingham Trent University
    • 2. Session Objectives
      Provide an overview of the SHARE Project
      Illustrate strategies implemented to encourage staff engagement
      Define the approach adopted to publishing learning objects
      Examine attitudes towards sharing learning resources
      Sunset Grass Field by IainBuchananhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jaeden/26385534/
    • 3. Are you experienced?
      Dee Why Beach Christopher Chan http://www.flickr.com/photos/chanc/2716768026/
    • 4. SHARE Project
      SHARE: Supporting, Harnessing and Advancing Repository Enhancement
      2 year project funded by Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)
      Collaborative partnership: Nottingham Trent University with D2L
      Aim: “Encourage staff to publish learning & teaching resources to the LOR to enable the sharing of educational resources”
      Provideaccess to external repositories
      Shared moment by Sky mitch http://www.flickr.com/photos/sky_mitch/1917493025
    • 5. Project Background
      Free to use Premade Background, Oriano Nicolau http://www.flickr.com/photos/wendphotos/1497868272/
    • 6. Encouraging Staff Engagement
    • 7. Encouraging Staff Engagement
    • 8. Involving the academic community in decision making
    • 9. A Hands-on Hands-off Approach
      Hands-on
      Hands-off
      Hand Off - Toronto free gallery
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/chesire_cat/2616120299/
    • 14. How does our LOR Work?
       
      NTU LOR
      School
      LOR
      Publish
      Retrieve
    • 15. Real Life Examples
      • Handbooks
      • 16. Information Skills Guides
      • 17. Access to resources
      Sunset Grass Field by IainBuchananhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jaeden/26385534/
    • 18. Why would you share?
      SharingAndy Woo http://www.flickr.com/photos/wooandy/220929743/
    • 19. Activity exploring attitudes to sharing learning resources
      You have 15 mins
      • Individually, think of 4 benefits of sharing resources and 4 barriers
      to sharing learning resources in an LOR.
      • Write 1 idea on each Postit note.
      • 20. In groups, discuss your ideas and rank in order of priority.
      • 21. Handbooks
      • 22. Information Skills Guides
      • 23. Access to resources
      Sunset Grass Field by IainBuchananhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jaeden/26385534/
    • 24. Lessons Learned
    • 25. Don’t give up by Quinn Anya http://www.flickr.com/photos/quinnanya/4272244588/
    • 26. Be Open
      el cielo se abrió - the sky was opened by Xavier Fargas http://www.flickr.com/photos/xfp/2395621076/
    • 27. Celebrate
      Your Successes!
      Rainbow in Fireworks Vancouver by ahisgett http://www.flickr.com/photos/hisgett/221401573/sizes/l/
    • 28. Question by autowitch http://www.flickr.com/photos/autowitch/2198906338/sizes/l/

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