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University of Greenwich 'Make it Personal' Conference, July 2009: The 'I' in Induction

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    • The ‘I’ in Induction The Business School, Bournemouth University Abstract: Comparing two different approaches to under‐graduate Induction; face‐to‐face (on‐ campus students) vs. online delivery (fully online students), and how we ‘Make it Personal’. David Hopkins, Learning Technologist Our Students: dhopkins@bournemouth.ac.uk • Under‐graduate / Level C induction programme Dr Milena Bobeva, Senior Lecturer • Face‐to‐face / Campus‐based Students  mbobeva@bournemouth.ac.uk • Online / Distance Learning Students Dr Gelareh Roushan, Senior Lecturer groushan@bournemouth.ac.uk Personalising Induction: • Face‐to‐face delivery • Fully Online delivery • 1 Week / ~25 hours • 1 week / ~10 hours • 250 Students, 1 Cohort • 25 Students, 2 Cohorts  • School Leavers (18 & 19  (September & February  BA (Hons) International  BA (Hons) Business Studies Y/O) Intake) Business & Management (P/T) • VLE increasingly  • Mature students & Armed  important for  Forces personnel communication • Strong use of VLE for  ‘Stepping Stones’ website • Mixture of VLE and  communication ‘BIBM Programme’ website <Prior to start of study> <Introduction; New Students> printed Unit materials  • All Unit materials loaded  IT Induction supplied to VLE Video/written Introduction <PC Labs, Login, Email, etc> <Dean, Tutors, Admin, etc> • ‘BIBM Programme’ myBU/VLE Induction myBU/VLE Induction <Units, Assignments, etc > • ‘Stepping Stones’ website: Website: <Units, Assignments, etc > •Study Skills •New Students Timetables •PDP •Continuing Students Programme Team <Rooms, Seminars, LTs> <Leader, Admin, LT, Library, etc> •FAQs •Induction Activities Welcome Talk •Study Support •Learning & Assessment Induction Activities <Uni, Programme, Quiz, etc> •News •Resources &  <Quiz, Blog, Photo Comp, etc> Downloads •Support (IT, ALN, etc) Induction Characteristics: Added value: The ‘I’ Factor • Development investment to decrease  • Engaging  and reusable Induction  delivery time activities • Management endorsement • Personalised learning • SMART implementation plan • Feedback on VLE performance • eLearning/pedagogical underpinning • Developed ‘good practice’ guide for  • Tutor participation and commitment School & Institution • Timely technical support • Staff development through peer  • Stable VLE for delivery collaboration • Student engagement • Enhanced course entry awareness Images: Modified from screen display; Garmin NuviFone G60