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ICT Enhanced Learning & Teaching Potential Ideas and Examples to choose from
Contextualised learning
Focus on theory & practice before 'tools'
Example of a simple online course home page
http://www.alt.usg.edu/sort/ Learner needs / access
http://www.alt.usg.edu/sort/ Learner eeds analysis / Course requirements
http://www.alt.usg.edu/sort/ Existing support
Peer support (web conferencing)
Community of Practice (web conferencing)
Tutorials / mentoring / peer support (chat) Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/criana/182924539/
Build ideas / feedback / inclusion /  assessment (discussion forums)
http://www.hive.org.nz/content/telemedicine-unseating-tyrannies-time-and-distance Maintain currency / professional network...
Receive & give critique / mentoring (multimedia)
Share practice / illustrate / demonstrate (multimedia)
Concept check / self-check / evaluate / practice (interactive multimedia)
Reflect on practice / critique / build / test ideas / comment (blog posts)
Development / showcase / currency (ePortfolios) http://leefolio.wordpress.com
Professional Community (mixture)
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ICT Enhanced Learning & Teaching Potential

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This presentation has been designed as a starting point for anyone thinking about online learning. It's a very brief overview that looks at some of the outcomes and interactions that might be desired, along with a tool that may be used to help achieve this (with careful learning design). It is not supposed to be exhaustive...more of an indication of potential and something that leads to more questions.

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  1. 1. ICT Enhanced Learning & Teaching Potential Ideas and Examples to choose from
  2. 2. Contextualised learning
  3. 3. Focus on theory & practice before 'tools'
  4. 4. Example of a simple online course home page
  5. 5. http://www.alt.usg.edu/sort/ Learner needs / access
  6. 6. http://www.alt.usg.edu/sort/ Learner eeds analysis / Course requirements
  7. 7. http://www.alt.usg.edu/sort/ Existing support
  8. 8. Peer support (web conferencing)
  9. 9. Community of Practice (web conferencing)
  10. 10. Tutorials / mentoring / peer support (chat) Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/criana/182924539/
  11. 11. Build ideas / feedback / inclusion / assessment (discussion forums)
  12. 12. http://www.hive.org.nz/content/telemedicine-unseating-tyrannies-time-and-distance Maintain currency / professional networks (discussion forums)
  13. 13. Receive & give critique / mentoring (multimedia)
  14. 14. Share practice / illustrate / demonstrate (multimedia)
  15. 15. Concept check / self-check / evaluate / practice (interactive multimedia)
  16. 16. Reflect on practice / critique / build / test ideas / comment (blog posts)
  17. 17. Development / showcase / currency (ePortfolios) http://leefolio.wordpress.com
  18. 18. Professional Community (mixture)

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