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Presentation at the M-25 Learning Technology Group Meeting at the University of East London, Stratford Campus, on 20th November 2009

Presentation at the M-25 Learning Technology Group Meeting at the University of East London, Stratford Campus, on 20th November 2009

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  • 1. Collaboration Across Disciplines: Experience from HEA Subject Centre Dr Kwansuree Jiamton Health Sciences and Practice Subject Centre M25 LT Meeting: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level 20 th November 2009, UEL.
  • 2. Academy Developments
    • LTSN has been incorporated in a new body,
    • The higher education academy
    • Since 1 st may 2004 (launched October 2004)
    • Along with
    • The institute of learning & teaching in higher education (ILTHE),
    • The body for professional accreditation
    • And also the national coordination team (NCT)
    • For teaching quality enhancement
  • 3. Mission of the HE Academy
    • To help institutions, discipline groups and all staff to provide the best possible learning experience for their students
    HE Academy Structure
    • HE Academy Executive in York
    • 24 Subject Centres
  • 4. 24 Subject Centres
  • 5. Subject Network
  • 6. Subject Network Health Sciences & Practice Subject Centre based at King’s College London
  • 7. Health Sciences & Practice Subject Centre
    • aims to
    • promote the development of good practices in health care through enhancing the quality of learning, teaching and assessment, both in higher education institutions and in practice based education
    • Audience:
    • Academic and academic support staff in health related disciplines, Health Professions, Students
    • Professional Bodies, Discipline Associations
  • 8. Speech & Language Therapy Mental Health Complementary Medicine Health Promotion & Education Gerontology Audiology Nutrition & Dietetics Chiropody & Podiatry Nursing, Midwifery & Health Visiting Radiography Pharmacy Occupational Therapy Public Health Environmental Health Healthcare Ethics Rehabilitation Sciences Optometry & Orthoptics Physiotherapy Other Related subjects
  • 9. Subject Centre Activities
    • 1. Information & resources
    • on-line databases & resources
    • publications/journals
    • consultancy/advice/enquiry service
    • 2. Engagement
    • workshops and conferences
    • department based activities
    • special interest groups
    • departmental contacts
    • practitioner networks
    • 3. Profile & awareness
    • newsletters
    • e-bulletins
    • surveys and needs analyses
    • subject community events
    • 4. Brokerage
    • links with Subject/Professional Associations
    • funding projects
    • creating partnerships and collaborations
    • facilitating discussion of key subject issues
  • 10. UK Network
    • Supporting 20+ health related disciplines across UK
    • 9 Core Staff
    • 20+ Advisory Board
    • 8 Learning and Teaching consultants
    • 60+ Subject Advisers (specific disciplines)
    • 350+ Key contacts in Health Science and Practice Departments of UK HEIs
    • 10 Special Interest groups (SIGs) – 50-200+ each
    • 2500+ Mailing lists
    • Links with professional bodies and other related organisations
  • 11. How we manage…
    • Practical view
      • Having a clear goal what we would like to achieve
    • How technology can help?
    • Some conceptual idea to consider:
      • Collaborative Approach to the Management of e-Learning (CAMEL)
      • Collaborative Skills
  • 12. Challenges
    • Different disciplines, different style.
    • Busy life! Too many things to learn!
    • From JISCmail list, e-Discussion Board now Social Media, e.g. Ning.
  • 13. Lesson Learned
    • Collaboration with clear aims
    • Communication: Open, inclusive and transparent
    • E-mail is their preference, not web-based
    • More verbal conversation, less text - Skype, Instant presenter, Elluminate, etc.
    • A clear plan before establishing online communities
    • Staff Development
    • Moderator/s – Online Community Management??
    • Technical support
  • 14. Thank you
          • Dr Kwansuree Jiamton
          • [email_address]
          • Health Sciences & Practice Subject Centre
          • King’s College London
          • Room 3.12, Waterloo Bridge Wing
          • Franklin-Wilkins Building
          • 150 Stamford Street
          • London SE1 9NN
        • http://www.health.heacademy.ac.uk