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This presentation accompanies face to face training introducing learners to using technology to enhance learning and teaching.

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  • Get learners to introduce themselves and say what they want form today’s session.
  • The term 'eLearning' can mean different things; names and descriptions are used inter-changeably, from eLearning to online learning, to technology enhanced learning and teaching (TELT).
  • Reveal after learners have mention some technologiesTechnologies can include classroom applications (e.g. projectors), mobile technologies (e.g. smartphones) through to online technologies such as NOW (Nottingham Trent Online Workspace), TurnitinUK (online text-matching service), Microsoft Live Meeting (online meeting and conferencing tool), blogs and wikis.
  • All these tools extend the boundaries of the teaching space, both physically and intellectually. At NTU we use many different technologies to help both staff and students. NTU aims to blend new technologies into existing learning and teaching delivery (lectures, seminars, workshops, face-to-face tutorials) to support, maintain and enhance the quality of the learning and teaching (and research) experience for both students and staff.Therefore, we embed technologies in mainstream learning and teaching practice, not because the technology exists, but to derive meaningful enhancements and exciting innovations which support the way we teach and learn
  • Show part of the video so they get the point that at some stage the book was a new technology
  • Integrating time and place: By putting resources online in one secure space that's accessible 24/7, you can provide a more seamless learning space that goes beyond the limits of the physical classroom Integrating the student community: You can provide virtual study spaces alongside your resources, where your students can work together in groups and share information with each other, and work at their own pace independently to build and consolidate their learningIntegrating monitoring information: You can record and monitor more readily your students' attendance and engagement with your module activities.
  • When ever staff are considering uploading documents, images, videos to NOW they should also consider how accessible the resource is and whether it infringes copyright laws.
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  • In combination with Using technologies to enhance the delivery of your module this course will enable you to meet the NTU minimum standards of online learning and teaching provision.

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  • Centre for Professional Learning & Development
    An Introduction to Using Technology in Learning and Teaching
  • Where does this course fit?
    2
    15 March 2011
  • By the end of the course you will be able to:
    Explain the meaning of some commonly used terms regarding technologies in learning and teaching
    Identify benefits of using technologies in learning and teaching
    See where NOW fits in the wider context of learning and teaching
    Access NOW and navigate to module learning rooms
    Have an awareness of the tools available to you in NOW
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    3
  • Discussion – 5 mins
    How has technology changed the way that you communicate and find information?
    What are the benefits of this?
    Discuss these questions in groups of 2 or 3
    Feedback to the group
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    4
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    A Vision of Students Today
  • What terms have you heard used to describe technology in learning and teaching?
    eLearning, e-Learning, E-learning,
    Blended Learning
    Online Learning
    Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TELT)
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  • What technologies might be used in learning and teaching?
    These ‘Technologies’ can include:
    Classroom projectors
    Mobile devices
    NOW
    TurnitinUK
    Microsoft Live Meeting
    and many others
    15 March 2011
    7
  • NTU aims to blend new technologies into existing learning and teaching delivery, using technology not because it exists but to support the way we teach and learn.
    15 March 2011
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  • Why use technologies in learning and teaching?
    Using technologies to support learning and teaching is not a new process, but something that can bring challenges as well as benefits.
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    Discussion – Using technology in learning and teaching
    Three benefits
    Three challenges
    Write one answer on each post it note
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    10
  • What are the benefits?
    eLearning in your classroom can enhance learning and teaching by:
    Offering inspiring, engaging, motivating resources for stimulating interactive study
    Supporting differentiation.
    eLearning can also help integrate classroom and independent learning:
    Integrating time and place
    Integrating the student community
    Integrating monitoring information
    15 March 2011
    11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/8078381@N03/3279725831/
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  • What is NOW?
    NTU Online Workspace
    Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
    Used since beginning of the 2008/2009 academic year
    Collection of tools to supplement face-to-face teaching
    Support Technology Enhanced Learning - not using technology just because it is there but to support learning and teaching
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    15 March 2011
  • How is NOW set up at NTU?
    Each module and programme has an online area known as a Learning Room
    All students enrolled on this module or programme are members of the Learning Room in NOW
    This information is fed into NOW from Banner (the student database)
    There are also links from NOW to NTU Email, library resources and timetables.
    15 March 2011
    14
  • How is NOW integrated with other systems at NTU?
    15 March 2011
    15
  • NTU Minimum Standards
    Minimum Standards in Online Learning and Teaching Requirements.
    Created to help define how NOW will be used to support programmes and modules at NTU
    It focuses on both the provision of online information and blended learning
    Gives students a common expectation of access to course resources
    NOW can be used to facilitate these standards.
    Accessibility and Copyright should always be considered when uploading materials to NOW
    15 March 2011
    16
  • Minimum Standards Quiz
    Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    15 March 2011
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  • Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    15 March 2011
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  • Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    15 March 2011
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  • Welcome Message
    Welcome Message
    Handbook, guidance on assessment and feedback.
    Handbook, assessment scheme and module options (where appropriate)
    News
    News
    Representatives and programme committee meeting notes
    Reading and Resource list
    Materials and links to resources in support of class work and directed learning.
    15 March 2011
    20
  • The Sandbox Learning Room:
    Your own experimental area in NOW
    15 March 2011
    21
  • How is NOW used at NTU?
    Online Assignment Submission
    Communicate with students
    Upload lecture notes
    Online Discussion
    Online Assessment or quiz
    Links to websites
    Resource list of recommended reading
    Register of Attendance
    News
    15 March 2011
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  • 10 September 2010
  • Suggested Learning Rooms to search for:
    BIOL40321
    BIOL075
    BIOL40331
    HMNS30145
    SPAN30705/15
    COMP30171
    STHE001
    STHE40111
    STHE40112
    ANIM30091
    15 March 2011
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  • Activity - Revision
    • Match the descriptions to the words used during today’s training.
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  • What next?
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  • Further Support and Guidance
    • Staff development:
    • Next Course: How to get your module online
    • CPLDenquiries@ntu.ac.uk
    • Self help resources: NOW Community learning room
    • Help desk support for immediate issues: elearninghelp@ntu.ac.uk, ext 86030
    • Curriculum development: Centre for Academic Standards and Quality
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  • And Finally………….
    Give constructive feedback
    Share the experience with your line manager
    Try to use what you have learnt
    Think about what comes next
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