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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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