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Proposer for evocative debate about whether the OU should only be providing online tutorials instead of a blended approach. The objective for this debate was to encourage discussion, which it did.

Proposer for evocative debate about whether the OU should only be providing online tutorials instead of a blended approach. The objective for this debate was to encourage discussion, which it did.

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  • http://learn1.open.ac.uk/mod/forumng/view.php?id=9134
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    • 1. Online tutorials only are the way forward for the OU Proposer: Mandy Honeyman MCT AL (TU100 & TT284) Student - MAODE 1
    • 2. The student quotes that you will see have been taken from the 2014 forum: “Student Consultation on Group Tuition” They have been extracted from longer posts and edited for grammar and punctuation! 2
    • 3. • attendance • location independent • saves time • expense • flexibility • student choice • up to date technology ― with support 3
    • 4. “ ” I don't think that students should be effectively disadvantaged when tutorials are physically impossible. 4
    • 5. attendance • accessible • mobile phone access • flexible timing • recorded • few attendance issues • not bound by location • no travel time • ever prepared a F2F tutorial to find none or only one student turns up? If that happens online, I would watch iPlayer or carry on marking while I waited 5
    • 6. Location independent 6
    • 7. “ ” Watching recorded online tutorials is a lifesaver on my current module. 7
    • 8. Your time • Prep time – isn’t wasted – recording makes any prep worthwhile – can repeat at any time – can share the resource • Zero attendees doesn’t really matter – watch iPlayer while you wait! – drink wine! • No travel time • Lunch times • Can chat and socialise • students have been known to flirt even • younger students used to chatting/listening at same time • environment is suited to our new lifestyles 8
    • 9. “ ” I find online tutorials … fun as a prototype teaching method!! 9
    • 10. Bandwidth – no problem 10
    • 11. Expense • Cheaper (for the OU) • Don’t have to travel • Saves time • Don’t have to pay for facilities 11
    • 12. “ ” It was brilliant using it. Especially for the activities where everyone was contributing and taking part at the same time. Also love that all the students, wherever in the world they maybe, are all in the OU bubble as I call it. 12
    • 13. Flexibility • Everything is flexible • can combine groups • can provide module wide sessions • can provide one 2 one • can share • can be set up as needed • can be organised in advance • can be open or closed • can be given over to students • can…. can…. can…. • the limit is our imagination and willingness to innovate 13
    • 14. Use a camera as a visualiser 14 Imagine this was just paper and you were writing on it!
    • 15. Student choice • Little risk (time) • Big rewards • They like the flexibility • Students don’t have to give up a big chunk of time that could be better spent studying • Introverts can be comfortable • Extroverts can still shine 15
    • 16. “ ” As the technology moves on, they can only get better and offer more in content and further opportunity for students to develop their skills and learning. 16
    • 17. Online is just better! • improves technical skills (students & tutors) • your hard work is recorded • you can use it to record tutorials for other media • the more we do the better we get • the resources get better 17
    • 18. Flexible 18
    • 19. Summary: • no attendance issues • not bound by location • no travel time • guaranteed access to internet • little risk that time will be wasted • inexpensive for students, inexpensive for the university • £££ could be better spent • can forward plan • also allows for spontaneity • accessible • mobile phone access • the more we do the better we get • resources get better too • can be ad-hoc and scheduled • different groupings highly valued by students • flexible • your hard work is recorded • students can socialise • technology skills improved 19

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