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A brief contextualising talk about post text practices and epistemology

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  • 1. Multimedia for academic purposes George Roberts [email_address] 20 November 2009
  • 2.  
  • 3. Lecture capture
    • examples
      • ~ UC Berkley
      • ~ YouTube.edu
        • ~ The open University
      • ~ Eltac
        • ~ Echo360
    • characteristics
  • 4. Academic podcasting
    • iTunes U
      • ~ Steeple
        • ~ Podcast portal
  • 5.  
  • 6. Audio and video feedback
    • generic learning support
      • ~ Brookes Library
      • ~ Jude Carroll on Plagiarism
    • comments on students' assessed work
      • Asset - video feedback
        • ~ Blog
        • ~ Core
      • ~ Sounds Good - Audio feedback
  • 7. Academic discourse
    • Annotation of multimedia ~ Synote
      • ~ Example player
    • Production of multimedia ~ Mike Wesch
    • ~ Brookes Graphics Workshop
    • Multimedia assessed work
      • eportfolios
    • Scholarship
      • Discovery
        • Citation, impact , value
      • Integration
        • eResearch ~ Crew - ~ Example
        • On line conferencing
      • Application
  • 8.  
  • 9. Other communications
    • Recruitment
    • Alumni
    • Community relations
      • Brookes TV
  • 10. Learner Experience
    • Desktop
    • Digital TV/radio
    • Games platforms
    • Nomadic
    • Mobile
    • Location aware
    • Collaborative
  • 11. Platforms
    • Origination
    • Post production
    • Hosting
    • Transcoding
    • Web2.0 facilities
  • 12. Questions
    • Audio and/or video
    • Formative or summative
    • Quick and dirty or high production values
    • Scholarship or marketing
    • Nature of new knowledge
  • 13. Post-text epistemologies
    • Clydesdale, T. (2009, January 23). Wake Up and Smell the New Epistemology. Chronicle of Higher Education, 55(20), B7. Retrieved from http://languages.oberlin.edu/ctie/blog/2009/01/20/wake-up-and-smell-the-new-epistemology/ . and see commentary by Annie Em: http://annieem.wordpress.com/2009/02/15/good-pedagogy-aka-good-teachin/ Freeman, R. (2007). Epistemological Bricolage: How Practitioners Make Sense of Learning. Administration & Society, 39(4), 476-496. doi: 10.1177/0095399707301857. Russo, Angelina and Watkins, Jerry J. and Kelly, Lynda and Chan, Sebastian (2006) How will social media affect museum communication? In: Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums (NODEM), 7th - 9th December 2006, Oslo, Norway. Schommer-Aikins, M. & Easter, M. (2006). Ways of Knowing and Epistemological Beliefs: Combined effect on academic performance. Educational Psychology, 26(3), 411-423. doi: Article.