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UoB EST Faculty - Teaching with Technology

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  • 1. Teaching with Technology Mark Gamble Head of Learning Technology
  • 2. Proposed features of the KIS• One KIS for every undergraduate course longer than one year (a course being something a student applies to)• A mix of NSS, DLHE and institutional data; HEFCE will collate• Accessible via institution’s websites and UCAS• Will be part of QA review• More information can be found at: http://www.hefce.ac.uk/learning/infohe/kis.htm Heather Fry Director (Education and Participation)
  • 3. KIS reporting of teaching and learning methods is under threegeneral headings:• Scheduled learning defined as ‘any activity that a student has to attend or undertake at a fixed point and that has no flexibility for when it is undertaken’.• Guided independent study defined as ‘online or group work that may be undertaken at a time of the students’ choice’.• Placement/study abroad.Each is reported for each year of the course and the KIS has aheadline figure (the percentage of the course spent overall inscheduled teaching and learning (i.e. the first category).
  • 4. Guided independent studyProposed UoB definitions:• Guided learning indicates structured learning activities such as designated readings and structured on-line learning which it is an expectation that students will complete. Such activities will be clearly defined and time-constrained within unit specifications.• Independent study indicates activities where students have been given guidance such as broad reading lists that support the learning in the particular unit which allow for enrichment of the learning experience and differentiation in student perfomance.
  • 5. In some subject areas, mainly at high levels, a further sub-division has been identified to reflect that students may themselves define the topics covered and the associated learning activities, reading (with appropriate support and within boundaries).• Autonomous study indicates activities where students, with broad guidance and support, identify their own areas for study and undertake their own research and investigations.
  • 6. QAA indicative list of learning and teaching methods
  • 7. UoB learning & teaching list – early thoughts…
  • 8. QAA indicative list of assessment methods
  • 9. UoB assessment methods list – early thoughts…
  • 10. Consistent online unit navigation / core Mode 1 contentGuide 10: http://www.beds.ac.uk/learning/pedagogy/guides
  • 11. Classroom online…Blackboard Collaborate
  • 12. Engagement through Technology EVS Electronic Voting System
  • 13. 7,000 studentswith EVS
  • 14. Feedback online…..…to marking online Turnitin Rubric
  • 15. 9. To embed technology in our curriculum in ways that generate high-impact learning opportunities  To ensure that our use of technology in support of the learning experience responds to defined challenges and opportunities in each course and represents a strategic investment of staff and student time and effort  To have in place Departmental technology strategies and associated action plans that reflect course- and subject- based challenges and opportunities with which technology assists  To have in place an evidence-based qualitative framework for evaluating progress in the integration of technology within courses
  • 16. Digital Literacies
  • 17. Digital resources – a brief history of investment by JISC
  • 18. 1. Twitter - micro-sharing site | 1 | 1 | 11 | 43= F O 2. YouTube - video-sharing tool | 2 | 3 | 18 | 22= F Ohttp://c4lpt.co.uk/top-100- 3. Google Docs – collaboration suite (incl Google Forms) | 3 | 5 | 7 | 14 F O 4. Skype - instant messaging/VoIP tool | 6 | 11= | 4 | 3= F/P D tools-for-learning-2011/ 5. 6. 7. WordPress - blogging tool | 8 | 6 | 5 | 6=6= F O/D Dropbox - file synching software | 13 | 71= | – | - F/P O/D Prezi - presentation software | 12 | 28 | - | - F O 8. Moodle - course management system | 10 | 14= | 9 | 12= F/D 9. Slideshare - presentation sharing site | 5 | 7 | 20 | 31 F O 10. (Edu)Glogster - interactive poster tool | 25 | 55= | – | - F O 11. Wikipedia - collaborative encyclopaedia | 16 | 17 | 13 | 26= F O 12. Blogger/Blogspot - blogging tool | 14 | 14= | 10 | 9 F O 13. diigo - social annotation tool | 15 | 22= | 35= | 72= F O 14. Facebook - social network | 9 | 31= | 24 | 17= F O 15. Google Search - search engine | 11 | 8 | 6 | 3 F O 16. Google Reader - RSS reader | 7 | 4 | 3 | 7= F O 17. Evernote - note-taking tool | 23 | 27 | – | 16= F D 18. Jing - screen capture tool | 17 | 20 | 26= | - F D 19. PowerPoint - presentation software | 21 | 13 | 8 | 5 P D 20. Gmail - web-based email service | 31 | 21 | 14 | 7= F O 21. LinkedIn - prof social network | 30 | 38= | 30= | 31= F O 22. Edmodo - edu social networking site | 46 | 88 | – | - F O 23. Wikispaces - wiki tool | 17 | 29 | 19 | 15 F/P O 24. Delicious - social bookmarking tool | 4 | 2 | 1 | 2 F O 25. Voicethread - collaborative slideshows | 19 | 19 | 23 | – F/P O 26. Google+ - social network - F O Highest placed new tool 27. Animoto - videos from images | 28 | 31= | - | - F O 28. Camtasia- screencasting tool | 27 | 26 | 26= | 50= P D 29. Audacity - sound editor/recorder | 24 | 9= | 12 | 11 F D 30. TED Talks - inspirational videos F O New
  • 19. Dept. Technology Strategy• What are your departmental priorities?• What are your key departmental issues?• What needs to go into your department technology strategy to address these?