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Masters of Business Technology Facilitators Workshop Presentation Feb 2009 Masters of Business Technology Facilitators Workshop Presentation Feb 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • New Educational Developments Andrew Chambers MEd, GCOLL, BA, CBC Educational Development Manager Lecturer
  • Overview
    • Program Developments
    • New Educational Technologies
    • Reminders
    • Developing Learning Materials
  • Program Developments
    • Recommended starter courses
    • Use of the MBT publication “The MBT Learning Guide” to build consistency across all courses.
    • Online Generic skills module development
  •   New Educational Technologies
    • CATEI feedback
    • WebTeach activity review
    • Blackboard and Moodle Learning Management Systems
    • UNSW Initiatives - FEI/TELT Projects
    • Conferencing: Using Webinar conferencing to promote community and engagement
    • Blogs, Wikis and Web 2 technologies to promote student learning and for professional development
  • CATEI Feedback
    • Overall the feedback is very positive for both courses and classes
    • Two questions where overall feedback score is lower:
    • “ Interacting with other students is an important part of the learning experience”
    • “ I was given helpful feedback on how I was going in the course”
  • eLearning: WebTeach Review
    • Review of the use of activities in WebTeach Seminar Rooms
    • Use of WebTeach good but uneven. Particularly the amount of using:
    • Introductions
    • Icebreakers
    • Use of learning outcomes
    • Setting rules within the seminar room
    • Level of contribution by facilitators
    • Types of activities can differ between classes
    • Little group work.
  • WebTeach Activities
    • Improving Activities in WebTeach
    • Introductions
    • Icebreakers
    • Use learning outcomes
    • Set rules within the seminar room
    • Contribute often
    • Be consistent between classes
    • Do group work activities
    • Do make use of the structured activity types
    • Make greater use of the coffee shop
    • Make greater use of student lead activities
  • A New Tool set and the UNSW Faculty of Excellence Initiative
    • Student CATEI feedback clearly indicates student dissatisfaction with WebTeach
    • In addition Web Teach is no longer actively developed
    • Solution: A replacement
    • 2 LMS systems being looked at as a replacement
    • Moodle
    • Blackboard 9
    • UNSW has it’s own Faculty of Excellence Initiative built around Blackboard 9
  • Webinars for Class Use
    • Webinars are web based seminars
    • Can be dialed into using phone and internet
    • Lead by facilitator, lecturer, student or a guest
    • Content can be a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar
    • Typically use PowerPoint and voice
    • Should be a discretionary activity
    • Possible: Icebreaker webinar
    • Webinar prior to an assignment being submitted
  • Webinar Features and Interface
  • The UNSW TELT platform and Web 2.0 tools
      • Web 2 – What is it?
      • The TELT platform
      • Wikis – Collaboration and Group Work
      • Blogs – Individual
      • Podcasting – Feedback
      • Twitter – Social Networking
  • New teaching opportunities from Web 2.0 tools
    • A Brave New World-Wide-Web
      • http://blip.tv/file/1262079/
  • UNSW Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching
    • Project Wiki Site: http://telt.unsw.wikispaces.net/
    • A project jointly run between Learning and Teaching and ITS
    • A suite of educational technologies that support teaching and learning
    • Includes:
      • LMS
      • Lectopia
      • Wikis
      • Blogs
      • Assessment Tools
      • My media service
      • Connections to external UNSW systems such as HR and student records
  • UNSW TELT Platform
  • Wikis
      • “ A wiki is software that allows users to create, edit, and link web pages easily. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites.” (Wikipedia)
      • Free and now supported centrally at UNSW ( Wikispaces )
  • Example Uses of Wikis in Business Education
      • Georgetown University: Social Media In Business
      • Type: Individual and class Wikis
      • https://digitalcommons.georgetown.edu/blogs/msfs-556-spring2009/posting-guidelines-class-wiki/
      • University of Iowa: Business Statistics
      • Type: Class Syllabus (Course Outline)
      • http://wiki.uiowa.edu/display/bstat/Syllabus
      • Brigham Young University: Executive MBA
      • Type: Program Syllabus
      • https://learningoutcomes.byu.edu/wiki/index.php/Business_Administration_Executive_MBA
      • Eller College of Management: Article: Teaching Business in a Web 2 world
      • http://www.aacsb.edu/publications/Archives/JanFeb08/28-35_Teaching%20Biz_bized.pdf
  • Specific Uses of Wikis in Business Education
      • Assignments (Group and Individual)
      • Co-creation of teaching resources and learning materials
      • Reflective Diaries
      • Course related web pages
      • Watch Richard Buckland, a local enthusiast, talk about use of wikis in his CSE courses http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1-8OOrBi0o
  • Blogs
      • “ Web log” – online chronological diary
      • Can be used for individual diaries or used by groups
      • Readers can leave comments
      • combines text, images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media
      • Free to set up, e.g.
          • https://www.blogger.com/start
          • http://www.blognow.com.au/
          • http://www.livejournal.com/
      • Soon available as part of TELT platform
      • Successfully used in SMBT team assignment S2, 2008
  • Example Uses of Blogs in Business Education
      • University of Kansas School of Business: Applied Portfolio Management
      • Type: Class Blog
      • http://apmclass.blogspot.com/
      • Georgetown University: Social Media In Business
      • Type: Individual Blogs
      • https://digitalcommons.georgetown.edu/blogs/msfs-556-spring2009/posting-guidelines-class-blog/
      • Harvard Business School MBA
      • Type: Director of admissions blog
      • http://www.hbs.edu/mba/admissions/blog.html
      • London Business School MBA
      • Type: Admissions Team Blog
      • http://mbablog.london.edu/
  • Specific Uses of Blogs in Business Education
      • Reflective Diaries
        • Students posting their ideas and thoughts
      • Personal Notebook or Learning Journal
      • Group Discussion
        • Students respond to and comment on others blog posts
  • ASB Vlog
  • Podcasting /Vodcasting – Providing high quality feedback
      • Capturing you, your voice, your personality, your feedback and presenting this to the students
      • Inexpensive
        • $10 headset
        • MP3 voice recorder – Sony, Olympus, Samsung, iPod etc
        • $150 still cameras can now capture HD video
        • WebCams
        • Free editing software: Audacity for audio
      • Simple: Script - Record - Edit - Upload - Add as attachment
        • Alternatively upload to University Mymedia and then perhaps to iTunes-u/Youtube
      • Articles:
        • Ice P, Curtis R, Phillips & Wells J (2007) Using Asynchronous Audio Feedback to Enhance Teaching Presence and Students’ Sense of Community Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks Vol 11, Issue 2
        • Oomen-Early J, Bold M, Wiginton KL, Gallien TL, Anderson, N (2008) Using Asynchronous Audio Communication (AAC) in the Online Classroom: A Comparative Study MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching Vol. 4, No. 3
      • Idea: Get Students to Podcast/Vodcast
  • Twitter – Build your network/update your students
      • Microblogging – like a broadcast mobile text message
      • What are you doing in 140 characters or less?
      • Free to set up at http://twitter.com
      • Useful for updating colleagues/students on what is important to you and what you are doing
      • Extremely powerful social networking tool
      • Great for searching, getting ideas or feedback
      • Excellent marketing tool
      • 11 reasons to use twitter for business
      • http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/hiner/?p=803&tag=rbxccnbtr1
  • Revisiting the UNSW TELT Platform
  • MBT Learning & Teaching – Keeping you informed
    • New media, technologies and educational developments in the MBT
    • Explore new technologies
      • http://www.feedmyapp.com/
      • http://www.go2web20.net/
    • Discuss via WebTeach
    • Wiki on new media, technology and educational developments within the program
    • Use of Twitter to keep you informed of day to day happenings
      • Daily tweets
      • User: ATSC
    • Contact me regarding any use of technology within your teaching
      • WebTeach, LMS, Web 2- wikis, blogs, microblogging, Webinars
  • Reminders
      • Teaching Support
      • Facilitator site at log in page
      • WebTeach User Manual
      • using different strategies in online classes (can upload media files)
      • Supporting Students
      • acknowledge receipt of assignments
      • assess participation appropriately and feedback before end of course!
      • assessment feedback based on…
      • Harvard referencing (Learning Guide Section 13, p.50)
      • Learning Guide
      • Program Planner http://www.student.mbt.unsw.edu.au/Prog_planningMBT.htm
  • Developing Learning Materials
    • Development of study materials
      • Use of the standard document template
    • Implications of the upgrade to Office 2007, in particular with Study Guide development and student assignments.
  • Use of the standard document template
    • Use the styles in the Styles and Formatting box
    • Do not create your own style, or use a style and modifying it. Particularly pertinent to Headers
    • Using Styles properly means that the TOC works properly.
    • Avoid using *Normal* style at all costs!
    • Contact Bill Twyman for more details and assistance with development of study materials
  • Readings
    • There are difficulties associated with readings where the print is in a coloured box in the original document
    • The amount of readings ought to be carefully considered
      • how much should students be expected to read
      • how easily can they download huge readings from the library.
  • Microsoft Office 2007
    • All participants in the MBT program creating learning materials should be upgrading to Office 2007
    • Office 2007 can be obtained for free by all participants of the program for UNSW and home computers
  • Questions?
  • Next Steps
    • UniMail
    • WebTeach posting
    • MBT contacts
    • Coordinator and Facilitator Agreements
    • Absent students after week 3
    • Mid Session Break
    • Friday 21 March – Monday 31 March
    • Census Date – Monday 31 March (just after the break)
    • Markbooks – week 3
    • LUNCH
  • MBT Facilitator Site http://www.student.mbt.unsw.edu.au/facilitatorlogin.html ↑
  • WebTeach teaching strategies
      • Don’t forget!
      • Apart from discussions: brainstorms, informal arguments, small group discussions, voting, quiz… examples?
      • But always
      • Explain why you are using the teaching strategy
      • Explain how it will work & what they can expect
  • Assessing participation in F2F classes
      • Attendance – mark roll (80% requirement)
      • Set individual activities e.g.
        • reporting back on small group discussions a few times per semester;
        • individual mini presentations;
        • post summaries into WebTeach Coffee Shop to assist in revision / studying for exam;
        • other?
      • Provide participation assessment criteria in week 1 and post on Notice Board in WebTeach