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Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
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Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
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Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
Media in higher education (24.01.2013)
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  • 1. Media in Higher Education Marko Puusaar, Jüri Lõssenko, Ene Koitla Estonian Information Technology Foundation Estonian e-Learning Development Centre Higher Education – Higher Level Learning? 24th January 2013
  • 2. Plan HelloThe role of multimedia in learning Flipped classroom Lecture capture
  • 3. Estonian e-LearningDevelopment Centre
  • 4. Our passionSupporting learningthrough the internet
  • 5. Some facts and figures!   We host (probably) the biggest Moodle installation in Europe with 90 000+ users and 47+ schools
  • 6. Some facts and figures!   We host (probably) the biggest Moodle installation in Europe with 90 000+ users and 47+ schools!   We have supported the development of new e-learning materials in the amount of 3000+ European credit points (ECTS)
  • 7. Some facts and figures!   We host (probably) the biggest Moodle installation in Europe with 90 000+ users and 47+ schools!   We have supported the development of new e-learning materials in the amount of 3000+ European credit points (ECTS)!   All the developed materials are freely available in our central repository (www.e-ope.ee/en/repository/) under a Creative Commons license
  • 8. Co-operation The Estonian e-University consortium The Estonian e-VET consortiumAll together 44 schools all over Estonia
  • 9. www.e-ope.ee
  • 10. ?Should more multimedia be usedto support learning and teaching inhigher education?
  • 11. Role of multimedia in education
  • 12. Assist teaching and learning •  Illustrate •  Condense •  Simulate
  • 13. Provide experiences by using cinematic techniques •  Movement •  Viewpoint •  3D •  Slow/fast motion•  Staged events (e.g. dramatised enactments)
  • 14. Demonstrate skills •  Manual/craft •  Body movement •  Reasoning •  Language
  • 15. Nurture learning •  Stimulating appetite for learning•  Motivating a strategy by showing its success •  Alleviating isolation of the distant learner •  Reassuring/encouraging self confidence •  Entertain, fascinate, delight, amuse
  • 16. before | in | after
  • 17. Flipped classroom
  • 18. Flipped classroomBefore class: get to know the topic In class: discuss and synthesize
  • 19. What is it?Re c o r d i n g o f c l a s s r o o m - b a s e dactivities in a digital format thatstudents can then watch over the web,on a computer or their mobile device
  • 20. What is it?
  • 21. Why?Life brings us unexpected events Students work Education has to be flexible
  • 22. Who uses it (in Estonia)!   University of Tartu !   TTK University of Applied Sciences!   Tallinn University of Technology !   Lääne-Viru College!   Tallinn University !   Estonian National Defence College!   Estonian University of Life Sciences !   Estonian Academy of Security Sciences!   Estonian Information Technology College !   Estonian Aviation Academy!   Tallinn Health Care College !   Tallinn Polytechnic School
  • 23. Lecture Capture in Estonia•  5500+ lectures recorded and published…
  • 24. Lecture Capture in Estonia•  5500+ lectures recorded and published…•  …with only 25 classrooms equipped with the solution (some of them are mobile units)
  • 25. Lecture Capture in Estonia•  5500+ lectures recorded and published…•  …with only 25 classrooms equipped with the solution (some of them are mobile units)•  281 000+ views
  • 26. Lecture Capture in Estonia•  5500+ lectures recorded and published…•  …with only 25 classrooms equipped with the solution (some of them are mobile units)•  281 000+ views•  147+ hours captured every week
  • 27. Lecture Capture in Estonia•  5500+ lectures recorded and published…•  …with only 25 classrooms equipped with the solution (some of them are mobile units)•  281 000+ views•  147+ hours captured every week•  14 universities and applied science universities using the same solution
  • 28. Lecture Capture in Estonia•  5500+ lectures recorded and published…•  …with only 25 classrooms equipped with the solution (some of them are mobile units)•  281 000+ views•  147+ hours captured every week•  14 universities and applied science universities using the same solution•  about 50 000+ students
  • 29. Recap•  Multimedia helps to attract attention and brings•  Flipping the classroom is possible•  Education can be flexible (and lecture capture helps in that)
  • 30. Once againShould more multimedia be usedto support learning and teaching inhigher education?
  • 31. Thank you Lets talk… Marko Puusaarmarko.puusaar@eitsa.ee Skype: mpuusaar Twitter: @mpuusaar
  • 32. Thanks for the images:!  Slides 18 and 19: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cali4beach/8104594017/ by Cali4beach under CC BY 2.0!  Slide 20: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pmquan/2289728133/ by pmquan under CC BY 2.0!  Slide 31: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kusito/363846688/ by Markus M. under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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