Enhancing Educational Outreach:
Development of an online Plagiarism
Tutorial
Jenny Collery, College Liaison Librarian
EdTe...
The need
plagiarism avoidance skills need to be
explicitly taught through providing students
with “scaffolded opportunitie...
The Team
UCD eLearning Team
est. May 2013
Jenny Collery,
Plagiarism Lead
Diarmuid Stokes
Sonya Hood
Michelle Dalton
Gerard...
• 0.5 days training
Niall Watts, Educational Technologist,
Media Services, University College
Dublin
• “e-Learning Heroes”...
Triggers
Layers
Finding Open Educational
Resources
Research & (my) practice
Image courtesy of Scot Monty
The checklist
Meet specified learning objectives on plagiarism education
Plain English
Fully Open Education Resource with ...
The Editing Process
1. Editing the educational and language content of
the tutorial
2. Modifying appearance, functionality...
Branding & Localisation
Articulate Storyline v Articulate Studio
Interactivity & Formative Assessment
(assessment as Learning)
Self-monitoring, customised positive
reinforcement & scaffolded revision options
Mobile Ready
Auditory
Visual
Kinaesthetic
Kolb (1984)
Multi-sensory learning
Image courtesy of Joalo Loureiro
Plagiarism as Gaeilge
• Request from UCD School of Irish, Celtic
Studies, Irish Folklore & Linguistics
• First Irish Langu...
Structured Feedback lacking
Disruptive or reductive
Is this shrink-wrapped education?
Disruptive or reductive
Is this shrink-wrapped education?
• “Digital Divide” places tutorial in the “educationally
disrupt...
References
• Articulate Global Inc. (2014). E-Learning Hereos. 2014, from https://www.articulate.com/
• Common Wealth of L...
Thanks for Listening…
Jenny Collery
Leabharlann UCD
UCD Library
jennifer.collery@ucd.ie
Tel: +353 1 716 7097
Tip from Sherlock:
use this list to start!
• NDLR
• JORUM*
• OER Commons*
• OpenLearn (OU)
• MERLOT
• Primo*
• MIT Open Co...
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Enhancing Educational Outreach: Development of an Online Plagiarism Tutorial

  1. 1. Enhancing Educational Outreach: Development of an online Plagiarism Tutorial Jenny Collery, College Liaison Librarian EdTech 2014 Theme: Learning Technologies – disruptive or reductive?
  2. 2. The need plagiarism avoidance skills need to be explicitly taught through providing students with “scaffolded opportunities for practice with feedback” (Pecorari, 2013, p. 79) Image courtesy of
  3. 3. The Team UCD eLearning Team est. May 2013 Jenny Collery, Plagiarism Lead Diarmuid Stokes Sonya Hood Michelle Dalton Gerard Walsh Susan Boyle James Molloy, eLearning Lead Carmel Norris Emily Doherty Sue Daly
  4. 4. • 0.5 days training Niall Watts, Educational Technologist, Media Services, University College Dublin • “e-Learning Heroes” online forums, tutorials (text & video) (Articulate Global Inc., 2014) • eLearning Team Learning & Support and previous eLearning writer The Learning Technology
  5. 5. Triggers Layers
  6. 6. Finding Open Educational Resources Research & (my) practice Image courtesy of Scot Monty
  7. 7. The checklist Meet specified learning objectives on plagiarism education Plain English Fully Open Education Resource with appropriate licence Accessible, clear & intuitive design interface Compatible software & embeddable in VLE (Blackboard) High quality academic standard Created by local institution User Tested BONUS FEATUES
  8. 8. The Editing Process 1. Editing the educational and language content of the tutorial 2. Modifying appearance, functionality & activities Allows acquisition and practice of knowledge/skills (Laurillard, 2013 in UCD Teaching and Learning, 2014) 3. Editorial review by eLearning team
  9. 9. Branding & Localisation
  10. 10. Articulate Storyline v Articulate Studio
  11. 11. Interactivity & Formative Assessment (assessment as Learning)
  12. 12. Self-monitoring, customised positive reinforcement & scaffolded revision options
  13. 13. Mobile Ready
  14. 14. Auditory Visual Kinaesthetic Kolb (1984) Multi-sensory learning Image courtesy of Joalo Loureiro
  15. 15. Plagiarism as Gaeilge • Request from UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore & Linguistics • First Irish Language Plagiarism Tutorial* • Collaborated with Bord na Gaeilge, UCD (translation & audio narration)
  16. 16. Structured Feedback lacking
  17. 17. Disruptive or reductive Is this shrink-wrapped education?
  18. 18. Disruptive or reductive Is this shrink-wrapped education? • “Digital Divide” places tutorial in the “educationally disruptive” category • Wholesale adoption of ICT to deliver courses risks [further] alienating disadvantaged students (Romero, 2012) • Interaction with instructors and peers ranked highly by distance learners (Shimoni et al., 2013) • UCD Library Plagiarism Education workshops and in-class teaching counter balance this (low attendance at workshops) • Recommendation: eLearning tutorial should form part of the package on Plagiarism Education
  19. 19. References • Articulate Global Inc. (2014). E-Learning Hereos. 2014, from https://www.articulate.com/ • Common Wealth of Learning, & UNESCO. (2011). Guidelines for Open Educational Resources (OER) in Higher Education. • de Beer, T. (2012). SCORE Library Survey Report: SCORE. • Graham, N., & Secker, J. (2012). Librarians, information literacy and open educational resources: report of a survey. • Hughes, J., & McKenna, C. (2012). The impact of developing Open Educational Resources (OERs) on novice OER developers. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 1-11. • Laurillard, D. (2013). Teaching as a design science: Building pedagogical patterns for learning and technology: Routledge. • Pecorari, D. (2013). Teaching to avoid plagiarism : how to promote good source use. Maidenhead, Berkshire: McGraw-Hill Education, Open University Press. • Romero, A. A. a. a.-r. o. a. u. (2012). One Laptop per College Student? Exploring the Links between Access to IT Hardware and Academic Performance in Higher Education e-Learning Programs. Journal of Distance Education, 26(1), 1-14. • Russell, P., Ryder, G., Kerins, G., & Phelan, M. (2013). Creating, Sharing and Reusing Learning Objects to Enhance Information Literacy. Journal of Information Literacy, 7(2), 60-79. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.11645/7.2.1744 • Shimoni, R., Barrington, G., Wilde, R., & Henwood, S. (2013). Addressing the Needs of Diverse Distributed Students. International Review of Research in Open & Distance Learning, 14(3), 134-156. • University College Dublin Library. (2010). UCD Library Strategic Plan 2010‐2014. Dublin: University College Dublin Library. • University College Dublin Teaching and Learning. (2014). Teaching and Learning - Assessment and Feedback. Retrieved May 2014, 2014, from http://www.ucd.ie/teaching/resources/e- learning/assessmentandfeedback/
  20. 20. Thanks for Listening… Jenny Collery Leabharlann UCD UCD Library jennifer.collery@ucd.ie Tel: +353 1 716 7097
  21. 21. Tip from Sherlock: use this list to start! • NDLR • JORUM* • OER Commons* • OpenLearn (OU) • MERLOT • Primo* • MIT Open CourseWare • WikiEducator • Xpert • UCD Library Tutorials • ITT Tutorials

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