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Introduction to using Cephalonian Method to induct mixed group of international students and usefulness of social media research to validate my 'community of practice' twitter account for architecture ...

Introduction to using Cephalonian Method to induct mixed group of international students and usefulness of social media research to validate my 'community of practice' twitter account for architecture students.

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  • Task of choosing a blended learning activity is often predetermined by the lecturer in most of my L & T. How I adapt to the situation is usually because of the room booking, time of year, course and lecturer. This presentation about using the Cephalonian Method was given to IFP to upload to their WebLearn course support. Links to key web sites like OPAC, metNet are there for students to revisit and consolidate their learning or HE orientation 31/08/12
  • The cephalonian method is a method of active learning for library orientation first made popular in the United Kingdom at Cardiff University. Introduced to a wider audience in 2004 by Linda Davies and Nigel Morgan, the method consists of giving the students at a library orientation class cards with prepared questions they are to ask during the session for the instructor to answer. The name is taken from a method used for orientation of tourists at a popular resort in Cefalonia. I saw live demonstrations of this teaching method at BIALL, ARCLIB and TeachMeet conferences. Socratic method of learning by getting students questioning, much favoured approach by law lecturers. 31/08/12
  • The cephalonian method is a method of active learning for library orientation first made popular in the United Kingdom at Cardiff University. Introduced to a wider audience in 2004 by Linda Davies and Nigel Morgan, the method consists of giving the students at a library orientation class cards with prepared questions they are to ask during the session for the instructor to answer. The name is taken from a method used for orientation of tourists at a popular resort in Cefalonia. 31/08/12
  • Blue Question 1 How do I find a book? Library catalogue to check if the university has the book you need http://catalogue.londonmet.ac.uk/ Reservations, intersite and interlibrary loans advice 31/08/12
  • Yellow Question 3 Can I use my own computer? University facilities http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/courses/our-facilities.cfm Library facilities http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/services/sas/library-services/services/zones.cfm WiFi help on metNet https://intranet.londonmet.ac.uk/iss/wireless/metnet/metnet_home.cfm General facilities http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/courses/studying-at-londonmet.cfm 31/08/12
  • Helpful library zoning to suit all needs of students 31/08/12
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  • Social networking tools for academic libraries Samuel Kai-Wah Chu and Helen S Du Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 0961000611434361, first published on February 17, 2012 doi: 10.1177/0961000611434361 Connectivity Grainne Conole Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education Issue 4: March 2012 31/08/12
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  • Daphne’s ASD architecture and spatial design page started in 2008 31/08/12
  • *Table 3 Social networking tools for academic libraries Samuel Kai-Wah Chu and Helen S Du Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 0961000611434361, first published on February 17, 2012 doi: 10.1177/0961000611434361 31/08/12
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3qTbwShm54 Waywiserwhy YouTube account link 31/08/12

Learning technologist   Information Literacy Learning technologist Information Literacy Presentation Transcript

  • Blended Learning ActivityIntroduce the University + Library Services to IFP • International • Formal lecture theatre Foundation with data projector and Programme PC • Mixed Levels • PowerPoint presentation • Across all using “Cephalonian faculties/disciplines Method” • 50 ESL students • Demonstration of university services
  • Cephalonian Method• Engage international students• Icebreaker – something to DO• Students are active participants in the learning situation• Invitation for students to speak & share• Trust students to ask their own questions
  • Welcome to YourLibraryQuestions?Questions?Questions?
  • Blue Question 1Library online cataloguehttp://catalogue.londonmet.ac.uk/• Finding a book• Reserving a book• Requesting a book• Renewing a bookhttp://www.londonmet.ac.uk/services/sas/library-services/services/borrow.cfm
  • Yellow Question ThreeFacilities http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/services/sas/library-services/PC’s & Macs in LibrariesWiFi for your laptops help on metNet & EduRoamhttps://intranet.londonmet.ac.uk/iss/wireless/Your Mobile phonesYour Social spaceQuiet Study ZonesBooking Library Study Rooms online
  • Zones for Group, Quiet and SilentStudy
  • Blended Learning• Mind mapHow things relate for a blended learning event.How to decide the what, where, how and why?
  • Social networking tools for academic libraries*ASDaphne Twitter academic liaison to CASS Architectureand Interior Design staff and students* “It was also reported that Twitter was useful in maintainingupdates for students who were active Twitterusers…’students trusted the library more’ because the latterwas keeping up with the pace of technology (Kai-Wah Chu,2012)Affordances of connectivity + plethora of ways to interact*(Conole, 2012)
  • Twitter for Architecture in CASS
  • Social Media in Learning and Teaching• ‘social media’ to refer to • 140 university libraries Internet services where the participated in a web- online content is generated based survey by the users of the service. Although there are other • 38 respondents synonymous terms for • 30% UK university such services (Web 2.0, participatory media, etc) libraries use social media in particular facebook and Twitter
  • @ASDaphne Twitter forArchitecture and Spatial Design
  • ARCLIB 2012 pre-conference Tweetsbetween University of Cardiff, UCL + myself. Great icebreaker Promote our services Charlie’s new Psychology Library Blog and Twitter
  • Benefits and challenges associated with using socialnetwork tools* (such as Twitter)• Benefits • Challenges• Disseminates news quickly • Requires times and• Enhances interactions with manpower costs users • Demands mastery of new and• Reaches out and engages evolving technology users • Needs to attract users to take• Helps gather user’s feedback part in different platforms• Enhances reference services • Reluctant staff• Enhances internal staff • Relatively unengaged users communication• Minimal acquisition costs
  • Demonstration of ASDaphne Twitter withScreencast-o-matic• Screencast-o-matic link• http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/clj• IE link not Firefox• Or YouTubehttp://youtu.be/J3qTbwShm54
  • ConclusionThank You For ListeningAny Questions?