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  • The potential for delivering lectures via the web is undeniable, especially in an age of squeezed resources - financial, physical and geographical.  As part of the development process for an online MA in Photography, the team set out to understand the role that a tool predominately used for business purposes, Live Meeting, could play in solving some of those issues.   Colleagues from the School of Art and Design, the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and Information Systems, worked together to draw out the means by which Live Meeting could be used to support the student experience by enhancing the social presence (de Freitas and Neumann, 2009) of students based at a distance as well as addressing some of the issues mentioned above.  
  • The potential for delivering lectures via the web is undeniable, especially in an age of squeezed resources - financial, physical and geographical.  As part of the development process for an online MA in Photography, the team set out to understand the role that a tool predominately used for business purposes, Live Meeting, could play in solving some of those issues.   Colleagues from the School of Art and Design, the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and Information Systems, worked together to draw out the means by which Live Meeting could be used to support the student experience by enhancing the social presence (de Freitas and Neumann, 2009) of students based at a distance as well as addressing some of the issues mentioned above.  
  • The potential for delivering lectures via the web is undeniable, especially in an age of squeezed resources - financial, physical and geographical.  As part of the development process for an online MA in Photography, the team set out to understand the role that a tool predominately used for business purposes, Live Meeting, could play in solving some of those issues.   Colleagues from the School of Art and Design, the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and Information Systems, worked together to draw out the means by which Live Meeting could be used to support the student experience by enhancing the social presence (de Freitas and Neumann, 2009) of students based at a distance as well as addressing some of the issues mentioned above.  
  • The potential for delivering lectures via the web is undeniable, especially in an age of squeezed resources - financial, physical and geographical.  As part of the development process for an online MA in Photography, the team set out to understand the role that a tool predominately used for business purposes, Live Meeting, could play in solving some of those issues.   Colleagues from the School of Art and Design, the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and Information Systems, worked together to draw out the means by which Live Meeting could be used to support the student experience by enhancing the social presence (de Freitas and Neumann, 2009) of students based at a distance as well as addressing some of the issues mentioned above.  
  • The potential for delivering lectures via the web is undeniable, especially in an age of squeezed resources - financial, physical and geographical.  As part of the development process for an online MA in Photography, the team set out to understand the role that a tool predominately used for business purposes, Live Meeting, could play in solving some of those issues.   Colleagues from the School of Art and Design, the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and Information Systems, worked together to draw out the means by which Live Meeting could be used to support the student experience by enhancing the social presence (de Freitas and Neumann, 2009) of students based at a distance as well as addressing some of the issues mentioned above.  
  • The potential for delivering lectures via the web is undeniable, especially in an age of squeezed resources - financial, physical and geographical.  As part of the development process for an online MA in Photography, the team set out to understand the role that a tool predominately used for business purposes, Live Meeting, could play in solving some of those issues.   Colleagues from the School of Art and Design, the Centre for Academic Development and Quality and Information Systems, worked together to draw out the means by which Live Meeting could be used to support the student experience by enhancing the social presence (de Freitas and Neumann, 2009) of students based at a distance as well as addressing some of the issues mentioned above.  

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  • NBS/CADQ Project: Online delivery of International Business HRM Barry Gregory, eLearning Developer David Morris, Senior eLearning Developer Centre for Academic Development and Quality
  • What will we cover?
      • What else is out there? Other online courses in IB
      • Prototype demo ( Contemporary Issues in Int. Business module)
      • Support available from CADQ
      • What next? Resources, timescales, milestones 
    March 30th, 2011
  • What else is out there? Open University - OpenLearn: http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=1615 March 30th, 2011
  • Demo...
  • Support available from CADQ
    • Development of an online distance delivery framework, including:
      • Generic online activities 
      • Templates for development of online content 
      • Content for online delivery (with School support) 
      • Teaching methods identified and embedded into the framework using appropriate technology (NOW etc.) 
      • Guidance on supporting students at a distance and building online communities 
      • Identification of staff development needs
    March 30th, 2011
  • NBS will need to provide:
      • Subject knowledge / course content (although we can help structure this)
    March 30th, 2011
  • Suggested approach...
      • Identify one module to develop as a prototype
      • Nominate a staff member (NBS or external) to work on this: estimate 20 days for one module
      • Complete prototype module by September 2011
      • Repeat for remaining 6 modules, taking from prototype:
        • Structure (including templates)
        • Writing process & style
        • Working practices (collaboration)
    March 30th, 2011
  • What next? Timescales etc.
    • To be decided and signed off:
      • Deadline for first ('prototype') module
      • Deadline for remaining 6 modules?
      • Who (NBS) will lead?
      • Who (NBS) will work with CADQ?
      • Complete PM documentation
    March 30th, 2011