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  • Libraries and E-Learning: what have they got to offer each other? Alice Keller, Oxford University Work Leisure Leisure Work
  • What is e-learning?
  • What is e-learning?
    • E-Learning
    • as
    • “ Learning with Technology”
    ? ?
  • ................
  • Learning with Technology
    • ‘ Learning’:
      • Accumulate knowledge.
      • The cognitive process of acquiring skill or knowledge.
      • A change in behaviour as a result of experience.
    • ‘ Technology’:
      • The practical application of science to commerce or industry.
      • The application of scientific advances to benefit humanity.
      • The body of tools and other implements produced by a given society.
  • Learning and Libraries
    • Do libraries determine or influence how and what we learn?
  • Learning and Libraries
  • Learning and Libraries
  • Approaches to E-Learning
    • By hardware type
    • By software/system type
    • By learning theory
    • By facilitator
    • By type of learner
  • Approaches to E-Learning
    • By hardware type
      • Voting eggs, laptop, mobile phone, whiteboard
    • By software/system type
      • Internet, VLEs, videos, podcasts, spreadsheets
    • By content
      • Existing published content, newly created content, significant copyright issues
    • By provider
      • Lecturer/teacher, library, publisher, computer dept
    • By type of learner
      • Full-time students, part-time students, distance learners, public
  • Example WebLearn PodCasts YouTube Shake-speare Online short courses Hardware Software / system Content Provided by Type of learner
  • Some examples of e-learning at Oxford University
    • WebLearn
    • PodCasts
    • Videos on YouTube
    • Shakespeare Quartos Archive
    • Oxford's Online Short Courses
    I have chosen examples that focus on managing and delivering information, as this is where I see most overlap with the mission of libraries.
  • WebLearn
    • WebLearn is Oxford’s VLE (Virtual Learning Environment)
    • Operates on Sakai (open source system), hosted by OUCS
    • Content management system for course materials (reading lists)
    • Contains social and interactive functions
    • Admin and essay submission tools
    • Secure and personalised
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  • Podcasts
    • Two ways in which you can listen/view the podcasts:
      • The University has its own site in iTunes U http://itunes.ox.ac.uk (requires iTunes software).
      • Podcasts can also be used on a web browser or MP3 player, http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/ .
      • Total 1,433 media items.
  • Using podcasts via browser or mobile phone
    • “ A romp through the history of philosophy from the Pre-Socratics to the present day” by Marianne Talbot
    • MP3 file, 84MB
    • (see short-cut “Talbot” in folder)
  • Oxford University on YouTube
    • Did you know? YouTube is the second largest search engine outside Google
    • A lot of scholarly content
      • Lectures
      • Conference papers
    • Other relevant material
      • Student experiences
      • Library user training
  • Examples of Oxford on YouTube
    • "Has Science Buried God?" - Richard Dawkins vs John Lennox debate http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxD-HPMpTto
    • Oxford University MBA - Student Interview: Vaibhav Puri http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MVqx--S2xQ&feature=PlayList&p=4F7F8549E741F72A&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=1
    • JISC: Libraries of the Future, event in Oxford http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjoJd_uN-7M&feature=PlayList&p=3FB056AEEF512032&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=4
    • Social Science Library, Oxford: Video Tour http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8POQ9YB7V0
    • ... also a limited number of Chemistry lectures on webcasts http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/vrchemistry/webcast/
  • Oxford's Online Short Courses
    • Uses Moodle as VLE
    • Example: Brontës, Charlotte Brontë II http://openmoodle.conted.ox.ac.uk/mod/resource/view.php?id=134
    • Uses open educational resources (open access material)
    • Restricted access to licensed material for part-time, evening class students, or distant learners
    • Forums as an opportunity for online interactions http://openmoodle.conted.ox.ac.uk/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=2302
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  • Shakespeare Quartos Archive: Hamlet Prototype
    • View cover-to-cover digital reproductions and transcriptions of 32 copies of the 5 earliest editions of the play Hamlet.
    • View them separately, or alongside any number of copies.
    • Search, annotate, make public or private sets of annotations.
    • Funded by NEH (US) and JISC.
    • http://www.quartos.org/index.html
  • Comparing the Bodleian 1611 edition with the British Library 1637 edition
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    • This video demonstrates the advanced features of the Annotation and Exhibit tools in the Shakespeare Quartos Archive. http://www.quartos.org/info/videos.html
  • Example WebLearn PodCasts YouTube Online short courses Shake-speare Hardware Computer, laptop, web browser iPod, MP3 player or web browser Computer, laptop, web browser, speakers Computer, laptop, web browser Computer, laptop, web browser Software / system VLE, Sakai iTunes, MP3 files YouTube Moodle Quartos org Content Licensed and other content Mainly audio, some video. Self-created. Videos, recorded events. No access to licensed content Shakespeare plays Provided by OUCS (centralised) OUCS Various dept Continuing Ed Dept Quartos, NEH, JISC Type of learner Oxford student Wide public Wide public or specific audience Distant learner, registered Scholarly public
  • Where does the library fit in? Example WebLearn PodCasts YouTube Online short courses Shake-speare Hardware Computer, laptop, web browser iPod, MP3 player or web browser Computer, laptop, web browser, speakers Computer, laptop, web browser Computer, laptop, web browser Software / system VLE, Sakai iTunes, MP3 files YouTube Moodle Quartos org Content Licensed and other content Mainly audio, some video. Self-created. Videos, recorded events. No access to licensed content Shakespeare plays Provided by OUCS (centralised) OUCS Various dept Continuing Ed Dept Quartos, NEH, JISC Type of learner Oxford student Wide public Wide public or specific audience Distant learner, registered Scholarly public
  • Where does the library fit in? Example WebLearn PodCasts YouTube Online short courses Shake-speare Hardware Computer, laptop, web browser iPod, MP3 player or web browser Computer, laptop, web browser, speakers Computer, laptop, web browser Computer, laptop, web browser Software / system VLE, Sakai iTunes, MP3 files YouTube Moodle Quartos org Content Licensed and other content Mainly audio, some video. Self-created. Videos, recorded events. No access to licensed content Shakespeare plays Provided by OUCS (centralised) OUCS Various dept Continuing Ed Dept Quartos, NEH, JISC Type of learner Oxford student Wider public Wider public or specific audience Distant learner, registered Scholarly public