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Presentation delivered at Trinity College Carmarthen staff development week

Presentation delivered at Trinity College Carmarthen staff development week

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  • 1. E-learning: Free help and resources from RSC Wales and JISC Lis Parcell, HE Coordinator
  • 2. What’s e-learning?
    • ‘ learning facilitated and supported through the use of information and communications technology…technology-enhanced learning’ (HEFCW 2008) http://www.hefcw.ac.uk/Publications/circulars_5137.htm
    • fundamentally about learning and not about technology
    • “ A powerful addition to a person’s stock of mental tools. Nothing is given up in return”. ( Seymour Papert, Mindstorms , 2 nd ed. 1993)
  • 3. E-learning can seem a challenge Photo by davesag at www.flickr.com , Creative Commons
  • 4. RSC Wales
    • Who are RSC Wales and what are we for?
    • How we’ve worked with Trinity so far
    • How we’ve worked with other institutions
    • What are you doing?
    • What would you like help with?
  • 5. What do we do with HE?
    • Support e-learning aspirations of smaller Higher Education institutions:
      • Trinity
      • Swansea Metropolitan University
      • Glyndwr University
      • University of Wales Lampeter
    • Broker e-learning support across HE sector
      • Working with HEFCW - conference
      • Working with the Academy
      • And others eg Welsh for Adults, Welsh Medium Centre
  • 6. Ways we can work with you
    • Visits and ongoing support
    • Helpdesk [email_address]
    • Information
      • Email lists eg
      • http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/elearning-wales
      • HE list about to be launched
      • Website www.rsc-wales.ac.uk
      • Blogs
    • Assistance with staff development
    • Work in partnership with JISC, the Academy and other organisations to share good practice
  • 7. Context – two strands of e-learning collaboration
    • SW Wales Higher Education Partnership
      • Blackboard and other support
    • Gwella
      • Follow on from E-benchmarking activity
      • http://elearning.heacademy.ac.uk/weblogs/gwella/
  • 8. Some JISC services and resources
  • 9. Assistive and inclusive - Techdis www.techdis.ac.uk
  • 10. Intute http://www.intute.ac.uk/
  • 11. Netskills www.netskills.ac.uk
  • 12. Images - TASI http://www.tasi.ac.uk/
  • 13. JISC Internet Plagiarism Advisory Service http://www.jiscpas.ac.uk/
  • 14. JISC Legal http://www.jisclegal.ac.uk/
  • 15. JISC InfoNet http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/
  • 16. Effective Practice
    • Effective Practice with e-Learning
      • Emphasis on “Design for Learning”
      • “ Designing in” the technology where appropriate
    www.jisc.ac.uk /publications
  • 17. mobile and wireless technologies helps learning in many scenarios Innovative practice Image Copyright HEFCE 2005 Image C.P.Davies
  • 18. Effective Assessment Image Copyright HEFCE 2005
  • 19. In their own words – Learner Voices
    • students keen to use technologies to personalise and manage their learning
    • Often do not register the “e” – in “e-learning ”
    • Still need their tutors
  • 20. Tangible benefits
    • Exploring tangible benefits of E-learning
    • 37 case studies
    • Explores diversity of e-learning in HE
    • Identifies where benefits are being found
    http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/publications/info/tangible-benefits-publication
  • 21. Practical tools: Phoebe http://phoebe-app.conted.ox.ac.uk/ What technology can I use to…articulate and communicate knowledge / understanding? Suggestion: Clickers
  • 22. No need to go it alone…
    • New E-learning Support within Trinity and across the South West Wales HE Partnership (with Swansea University and Swansea Metropolitan University)
    • Higher Education Academy Subject Centres
    • RSC Wales
  • 23. Stay in touch
    • Contact me [email_address]
    • Tel 01792 513261
    • Mobile 07970 939550
    • Helpdesk 01792 295959
    • Visit our website
      • www.rsc-wales.ac.uk
      • News and Events
    • HE blog
    • Fill in a contact form to receive relevant information
    • Come along to events
    • Request a visit

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