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Presentation from the first in the "Moving Learning Online" series of workshops. Delivered by RSC East Midlands and RSC South East

Presentation from the first in the "Moving Learning Online" series of workshops. Delivered by RSC East Midlands and RSC South East

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  • This is a big area - more than can be covered by this series of short sessions. Not possible to provide a complete how-to guide as contexts and circumstances vary. The aim, therefore, is to raise awareness of the issues and opportunities then identify the support you need form your RSC, peer networks, other advisory services etc
  • This is a big area - more than can be covered by this series of short sessions. Not possible to provide a complete how-to guide as contexts and circumstances vary. The aim, therefore, is to raise awareness of the issues and opportunities then identify the support you need form your RSC, peer networks, other advisory services etc
  • This is a big area - more than can be covered by this series of short sessions. Not possible to provide a complete how-to guide as contexts and circumstances vary. The aim, therefore, is to raise awareness of the issues and opportunities then identify the support you need form your RSC, peer networks, other advisory services etc
  • Online blended and distance learning has been around for a while now – varying degrees of success. Not many L&S sector providers doing it yet. So why are we running this series now?
  • Online blended and distance learning has been around for a while now – varying degrees of success. Not many L&S sector providers doing it yet. So why are we running this series now?
  • This section intended to flag the important things to get right- with refs. Just an initial indication of what needs to be done – more details in following sessions
    Online, blended and distance learning has been happening for a long time now – lots has been learned. Replacement/replication approach takes work and misses opportunities – needs a different way of looking at learning to work well. Active learners, exploring, information skills, peer/group activity
  • This section intended to flag the important things to get right- with refs. Just an initial indication of what needs to be done – more details in following sessions
    Online, blended and distance learning has been happening for a long time now – lots has been learned. Replacement/replication approach takes work and misses opportunities – needs a different way of looking at learning to work well. Active learners, exploring
  • This section intended to flag the important things to get right- with refs. Just an initial indication of what needs to be done – more details in following sessions
    Online, blended and distance learning has been happening for a long time now – lots has been learned. Replacement/replication approach takes work and misses opportunities – needs a different way of looking at learning to work well. Active learners, exploring, information skills, peer/group activity
  • These sessions run over a number of months so, rather than wait until the end, get going now with RSC support
  • These sessions run over a number of months so, rather than wait until the end, get going now with RSC support

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  • 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit January 29, 2015 | slide 1 Moving Learning Online: The Strategic Role of Online Delivery www.jisc.ac.uk/rsc RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Ben Williams RSC East Midlands Vinay Markandya RSC South East
  • 2. January 29, 2015 | slide 2 Moving learning online The MLO Series  7 online sessions  Moodle courses and RSC support  Series aim - to help you answer the question…
  • 3. January 29, 2015 | slide 3 Moving learning online How can online delivery help us meet our strategic and operational objectives?
  • 4. January 29, 2015 | slide 4 Moving learning online Session 1 aims  To introduce the Moving Learning Online series  To briefly look at the strategic implications of an increase in online learning and teaching  To identify some key considerations in assessing a move to online learning
  • 5. January 29, 2015 | slide 5 Moving learning online Why now?  Flexibility - responding to changing learner and employer needs  Funding pressures – can we do more for less?  Increasing use of the WWW – learner skills and expectations, availability of online access  Quality enhancement, consistency  Competitiveness
  • 6. January 29, 2015 | slide 6 Strategic implications?
  • 7. January 29, 2015 | slide 7 Lessons learned Evidence from research and practice  Simply migrating resources online and directing tutors to deliver them doesn’t work well  Technology brings the potential to add more to the learning experience, not just provide a (poor) substitute for traditional learning. Pedagogy is key  One-size won’t fit all. Support tutors to develop effective learning activities to suit their context  Effective learner guidance and support is critical  Needs reliable and useable technology
  • 8. January 29, 2015 | slide 8 Moving online Getting it right  Realistic expectations – “front-loaded” time, effort and costs. Suits some contexts better than others  Managing change - bottom-up vs. top-down? Striking the right balance  Staff skills and motivation – inspire, empower, encourage, support  Learner skills, motivation and access to facilities  Provide the right tools and resources
  • 9. January 29, 2015 | slide 9 MLO series The MLO series  The context of online delivery within the funding landscape (1st Dec 2010)  Online learning and pedagogy (12th Jan 2011)  Strategic components of increased efficiency, consistency and compliance (16th Feb 2011)  Learning and assessment activities: blends between online and face–to-face (16th March 2011)  Learner support mechanisms (27th April 2011)  Monitoring, Evaluation & Review of online learning (18th May 2011)
  • 10. January 29, 2015 | slide 10 Your RSC RSC support  Strategic planning and managing change  Scoping and planning online delivery  Advice on technology, online teaching and learning, resource development  Sharing experiences across your sector  Supporting networking with peers  Evaluating impact
  • 11. January 29, 2015 | slide 11 The MLO programme Contact:  RSC East Midlands support@rsc-em.ac.uk  RSC South East support@rscsoutheast.ac.uk