The Move to Moodle: Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business Robyn Walker, Mark Brown, Chris Moore & Helen Hughes...
The Move to Moodle:  Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business
“ To provide an  exceptional  and  distinctive  experience for all students through a rich digital learning culture.”  LMS...
1.  Background 2. What staff have to say 3. Key takeaways The Move to Moodle:  Perceptions of Academics in a College of Bu...
1. Background
PEDAGOG Y 2009 - Student Survey 1. Background
Student Evaluation Data 1. Background Student Experience Survey  (April) Good or  Very Good 2010 - Rating of Stream 80% 20...
A U S S E 1. Background
Taught students identify services as  important  and  working well  – SES 2011 24% in 2010 1. Background
Evaluation of Teaching… Semester 1 2011  1. Background
“ I hope the  course co-ordinators  of my future papers (units) utilize Stream as fully as xxx did… in Semester 2.  It see...
2. What Staff Have to Say
2. What Staff Have to Say Methodology… •  June 2010 •  Online questionnaire •  All academic staff in College of Business •...
Claim to have made efforts to integrate 2. What Staff Have to Say
2. What Staff Have to Say Limited evidence of deep pedagogical change
Mixed data on changes to interactivity 2. What Staff Have to Say
Greatest impact on teaching distance students 2. What Staff Have to Say
2. What Staff Have to Say
Felt relatively well supported 2. What Staff Have to Say
3. Key Takeaways
• Implementation level compliance • Limited evidence of deep pedagogical changes •  Mismatch between what most staff say a...
…  theorize  before one has data (Sherlock Holmes)   Final Thoughts It is a capital mistake to… …  celebrate success  to e...
“ A prudent  question  is one-half of wisdom. ” Francis Bacon Questions http://www.slideshare.net/mbrownz/
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  • The Move to Moodle: Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business

    1. 1. The Move to Moodle: Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business Robyn Walker, Mark Brown, Chris Moore & Helen Hughes ascilite Conference November, 2011
    2. 2. The Move to Moodle: Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business
    3. 3. “ To provide an exceptional and distinctive experience for all students through a rich digital learning culture.” LMS VLE The Move to Moodle: Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business
    4. 4. 1. Background 2. What staff have to say 3. Key takeaways The Move to Moodle: Perceptions of Academics in a College of Business
    5. 5. 1. Background
    6. 6. PEDAGOG Y 2009 - Student Survey 1. Background
    7. 7. Student Evaluation Data 1. Background Student Experience Survey (April) Good or Very Good 2010 - Rating of Stream 80% 2011 - Rating of Stream 82% AUSSE – Online Learning 2010 (Sept) Used often 80% Well integrated 90% Enhanced learning 76%
    8. 8. A U S S E 1. Background
    9. 9. Taught students identify services as important and working well – SES 2011 24% in 2010 1. Background
    10. 10. Evaluation of Teaching… Semester 1 2011 1. Background
    11. 11. “ I hope the course co-ordinators of my future papers (units) utilize Stream as fully as xxx did… in Semester 2. It seems we only get out what the co-ordinator is willing to put in – I have noticed such a big difference between courses I have taken, which is disappointing – but xxx nailed it!” 1. Background
    12. 12. 2. What Staff Have to Say
    13. 13. 2. What Staff Have to Say Methodology… • June 2010 • Online questionnaire • All academic staff in College of Business • 86% response rate
    14. 14. Claim to have made efforts to integrate 2. What Staff Have to Say
    15. 15. 2. What Staff Have to Say Limited evidence of deep pedagogical change
    16. 16. Mixed data on changes to interactivity 2. What Staff Have to Say
    17. 17. Greatest impact on teaching distance students 2. What Staff Have to Say
    18. 18. 2. What Staff Have to Say
    19. 19. Felt relatively well supported 2. What Staff Have to Say
    20. 20. 3. Key Takeaways
    21. 21. • Implementation level compliance • Limited evidence of deep pedagogical changes • Mismatch between what most staff say and what students tell us • Stunning exceptions in some individual courses • Greatest benefits appear to be for distance learners • Mashes up against tensions between teaching and pressures to improve research performance • Need to act on data and academic analytics to enhance quality on a College-wide basis 3. Key Takeaways
    22. 22. … theorize before one has data (Sherlock Holmes)   Final Thoughts It is a capital mistake to… … celebrate success to early ” (John Kotter)  
    23. 23. “ A prudent question is one-half of wisdom. ” Francis Bacon Questions http://www.slideshare.net/mbrownz/

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