e-Learning team          Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeDeveloping a technology enhanced learning  experience: Curr...
e-Learning team                 Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeMenu• Explore three technologies: an Electronic Voti...
The 44th US President is1. Barack Obama                               92%2. John McCain3. Michael Bublé                   ...
e-Learning team                 Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeWhat is an Electronic Voting System?• Allows users t...
e-Learning team                                Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeHow does it all work?• 400 handsets a...
e-Learning team          Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeDeployment Methods                                         ...
e-Learning team          Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeDeployment Methods                                         ...
e-Learning team                Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeComplex Analysis                                     ...
[ http://mazur.harvard.edu/ ]              go.bath.ac.uk/nitin |   @nrparmar
e-Learning team                                                                     Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office...
e-Learning team                Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeWhat is Lecture Capture?• Allows recordings of presen...
e-Learning team                 Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeHow does Panopto work?#1 Lecture CaptureAutomatic re...
e-Learning team                Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office#2 Personal Capture                                  ...
e-Learning team                 Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office5 Reasons To Capture Your Practice1. Closing The Kno...
e-Learning team                    Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeExamples of use“SWISS CHEESE”      1. To capture ...
e-Learning team                    Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeExamples of use“SWISS CHEESE”       1. To capture...
e-Learning team           Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office“The Flipped Classroom”                                   ...
e-Learning team           Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office“The Flipped Classroom”                                   ...
[ https://flippingproject.wikispaces.com/ ]
[ Engineering Adventures through Audience Response Systems by Dr Andrew Dent, http://drgn.in/m9pceO ]
e-Learning team                    Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeExamples of use“SWISS CHEESE”      1. To capture ...
[ Developing Writing in STEM Disciplines, http://go.bath.ac.uk/mbl0 ]
e-Learning team                                                              Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office       ...
[ Moodle 2 Familiarisation Webinar, http://drgn.in/Ur2gPL ]
e-Learning team                                                              Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office       ...
Which technology or tool appeals to youthe most at this point?1. Electronic Voting         46%   System2. Lecture Capture ...
e-Learning team            Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeTo what extent can these technologies beintroduced or emb...
15 October 2012, http://drgn.in/WgXrtc                                         FEATURES                                   ...
WHAT? Notes can consist of and contain text, full webpages, images, drawings, an audio file, documents and/or handwritten ...
WHAT? Manage multiple to do lists online (Personal, Work, Home) whilst assigning priorities and task expiration dates. Met...
WHAT? Twitter is a real-time information network that connect users with latest stories, ideas, opinions, news and trends....
WHAT? WordPress initially began life as a blogging system, but has since evolved into a full content management system, ha...
WHAT? SlideShare is now the world’s largest community for sharing presentations. The website is the popular choice for hos...
WHAT? Jing is screencasting software which takes a picture or video of a user’s computer screen and uploads it to the web....
WHAT? Vimeo is a video sharing website onto which users can upload, share and view videos.                                ...
WHAT? Google Docs is a suite of products that lets users create different kinds of online documents, work on them in real ...
WHAT? Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronisation and client software. It allows use...
WHAT? Delicious is a social bookmarking web service for sharing, sharing and discovering web bookmarks. Users are able to ...
Banff, AB, Canada                                                          Image © 2012 Nitin ParmarNitin Parmar CMALT FHE...
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  1. 1. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeDeveloping a technology enhanced learning experience: Current and future trends Nitin Parmar Learning Technologist [ Tuesday 23 October 2012 ] go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  2. 2. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeMenu• Explore three technologies: an Electronic Voting System, Lecture Capture and Web Conferencing.• Reflect upon my own use of a tablet device prior to a tour of ten technologies and tools.• Discuss the benefits, issues and challenges associated with the use of each application. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  3. 3. The 44th US President is1. Barack Obama 92%2. John McCain3. Michael Bublé 8% 0% lé a n m ai ub cC ba lB O M ae k hn ac h ic Jo ar M B go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  4. 4. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeWhat is an Electronic Voting System?• Allows users to participate actively in lectures, seminars, tutorials and labs• Allows for immediate submission of responses to questions• Responses are viewed as a range of different graph types• Data can be saved for later analysis by reporting tool go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  5. 5. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeHow does it all work?• 400 handsets at the University of Bath, appearing in bags of 40 or 80 handsets. Includes a USB RF receiver.• Book from the Audio Visual team, based in the Library.• TurningPoint 2008, a Microsoft PowerPoint 2003/2010 plugin. 2003 2010 [ TurningPoint 5 has recently been released but we are yet to evaluate it at the University of Bath ] go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  6. 6. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeDeployment Methods Images from ‘Clickers, clickers, everywhere’ by Matt Jenner, 2 October 2012 http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/ele/2012/10/02/clickers-clickers-everywhere/#more-3711 go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  7. 7. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeDeployment Methods go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  8. 8. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeComplex Analysis MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES• Problems Class• Diagnostic testing• Supporting formative assessmentReaction Engineering CHEMICAL ENGINEERING• End of Semester Revision Quiz• Handsets used in a non-anonymised form• Leaderboard displayed regularly go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  9. 9. [ http://mazur.harvard.edu/ ] go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  10. 10. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office Mazur’s Peer Instruction Method 1. Concept question posed 2. Individual Thinking: students given time to think individually 3. Students provide individual responses 4. Students receive feedback – as a histogram 5. Small group discussion 6. Retesting of same concept 7. Students provide individual responses 8. Students receive feedback – as a histogram 9. Lecturer summarises and explains "correct" response(s)Originally presented in Nicol and Boyd (2003), source: http://www.psy.gla.ac.uk/~steve/evs/peertable.html go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmarFurther explanation – “What is the Mazur Peer Instruction course?”, http://drgn.in/aw3JuP
  11. 11. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeWhat is Lecture Capture?• Allows recordings of presentations to be made and relayed to audiences.• Allows for the simultaneous capture of audio, video and any application used on a PC including Microsoft PowerPoint.• Recordings which can then be shared in a variety of ways during and/or after the presentation.• Panopto allows the viewer to start, stop, pause and rewind recordings. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  12. 12. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeHow does Panopto work?#1 Lecture CaptureAutomatic recordings in lecture theatres[basic] Screen capture and audio; [advanced] Includes video.#2 Personal CapturePrepare recordings in your own office, using off the shelf microphonesand webcams connected to the PC.#3 Mobile CaptureCreate recordings using the range of ‘i’ devices, and upload them overwi-fi or 3G. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  13. 13. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office#2 Personal Capture #3 Mobile Capture go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  14. 14. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office5 Reasons To Capture Your Practice1. Closing The Knowledge Gap2. Enabling Broader Approaches3. Promoting Peer Review4. Support Accessible Content [ http://go.bath.ac.uk/5reasons ]5. Encouraging Reflection go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  15. 15. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeExamples of use“SWISS CHEESE” 1. To capture scheduled lectures GAPS Khan, 2011 [ The Classroom of the Future by Salman Khan, March 2011 http://www.ted.com/talks/salman_khan_let_s_use_video_to_reinvent_education.html http://bigthink.com/ideas/the-classroom-of-the-future ] go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  16. 16. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeExamples of use“SWISS CHEESE” 1. To capture scheduled lectures GAPS Khan, 2011 SELF REGULATED 2. To deliver content prior to a lecture LEARNING (“flipping”)“Students get a first exposure to course content before class through readings orvideos, then spend class time deepening their understanding of that content throughactive learning exercises.” – Derek Bruff, Vanderbilt University go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  17. 17. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office“The Flipped Classroom” THE USUAL APPROACH [ From ‘The Flipped Classroom FAQ’ by Derek Bruff, 15 September 2012 http://www.cirtl.net/node/7788 ] go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  18. 18. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office“The Flipped Classroom” THE FLIPPED APPROACH [ From ‘The Flipped Classroom FAQ’ by Derek Bruff, 15 September 2012 http://www.cirtl.net/node/7788 ] go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  19. 19. [ https://flippingproject.wikispaces.com/ ]
  20. 20. [ Engineering Adventures through Audience Response Systems by Dr Andrew Dent, http://drgn.in/m9pceO ]
  21. 21. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeExamples of use“SWISS CHEESE” 1. To capture scheduled lectures GAPS Khan, 2011 SELF REGULATED 2. To deliver content prior to a lecture LEARNING (“flipping”) MAXIMISE 3. To capture and broadcast conference ENGAGEMENT presentations go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  22. 22. [ Developing Writing in STEM Disciplines, http://go.bath.ac.uk/mbl0 ]
  23. 23. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office What is Web Conferencing? • Lectures, seminars, meetings or presentations take place online • Allow for remote participation and collaboration via audio, video, instant chat and a virtual whiteboard. • A sustainable and economic alternative to face-to-face professional development conferences.Julian Prior, Marie Salter. "Piloting Web Conferencing Software: Experiences and Challenges". July 2011, Ariadne Issue 67 go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmarhttp://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue67/prior-salter/
  24. 24. [ Moodle 2 Familiarisation Webinar, http://drgn.in/Ur2gPL ]
  25. 25. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office Examples of use Facilitated a remote interview where a INTERVIEW candidate was unable to attend on campus. Hosted a regional conference, including a WEB CONFERENCE number of presentations. Repeat a campus-based open day, using both VIRTUAL OPEN DAY the text chat and audio facilities. CASE STUDY Remote presentation for assessment to a tutor PRESENTATIONS who was also remote from campus.Julian Prior, Marie Salter. "Piloting Web Conferencing Software: Experiences and Challenges". July 2011, Ariadne Issue 67 go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmarhttp://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue67/prior-salter/
  26. 26. Which technology or tool appeals to youthe most at this point?1. Electronic Voting 46% System2. Lecture Capture 31%3. Web Conferencing 23% 1 2 3 go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  27. 27. e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement OfficeTo what extent can these technologies beintroduced or embedded into your own practice? go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  28. 28. 15 October 2012, http://drgn.in/WgXrtc FEATURES adapted from http://www.google.com/nexus/#/7/features • Thin, light and portable • Sharp 7” display • 10 hours web browsing with 300 hours of stand by time • Over 600,000 apps and games available from Google Play go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  29. 29. WHAT? Notes can consist of and contain text, full webpages, images, drawings, an audio file, documents and/or handwritten ink. Metadata such as tags, annotations and location data can be added to notes to give real contextual information. evernote.com Free; Pro account availableHOW? Access your notes from any web browser or from the provided desktop software (PC and Mac). A range of apps for popular mobile devices (iOS, Android, BlackBerry) are also available.WHY? 1. To support electronic notetaking within a range of contexts 2. Catalogue and archive webpages and publications, making them easy to locate and searchable 3. Create resources and share your notes with colleagues for review and comment go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  30. 30. WHAT? Manage multiple to do lists online (Personal, Work, Home) whilst assigning priorities and task expiration dates. Metadata such as tags, annotations and location data can be added to items to give real contextual information. rememberthemilk.com Free; Pro account availableHOW? Access your to do lists from any web browser. Visually rich apps for popular mobile devices (iOS, Android, BlackBerry) are also available.WHY? 1. Stay organised – RememberTheMilk will email you daily with your upcoming tasks 2. To do lists can be shared with colleagues as you work through team projects and priorities. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  31. 31. WHAT? Twitter is a real-time information network that connect users with latest stories, ideas, opinions, news and trends. By following tweets, users are already interacting with colleagues in other institutions about student engagement, keeping up-to-date with twitter.com developments at research councils and monitoring HE related news and blogs. FreeHOW? Access Twitter, catch up on any tweets and follow trends at twitter.com A range of Twitter clients are available for both desktop and mobile devices. Some will aggregate context from multiple social media services.WHY? 1. Keep in touch with the thinking and interests of respected colleagues in your field. 2. Share your own thoughts and reading with others and engage in conversation. 3. Follow comments around a particular hashtag to draw ideas together. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  32. 32. WHAT? WordPress initially began life as a blogging system, but has since evolved into a full content management system, having been boosted by the range of plugins, widgets and themes now available. wordpress.com Free; Pro features availableHOW? Access your blog and the blog editor from any web browser. Visually rich apps for popular mobile devices (iOS, Android, BlackBerry) are also available.WHY? 1. The university WordPress blog system hosts a large number of blogs, ranging from those for students to reflect on Placement learning to service update and research project blogs. 2. WordPress.org offers more by way of functionality, but is just as effective in disseminating key messages and encouraging student reflection. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  33. 33. WHAT? SlideShare is now the world’s largest community for sharing presentations. The website is the popular choice for hosting conference presentations, where the professional and educational community regularly comments, spreading content virally through blogs and social networks. slideshare.com Free; Pro account availableHOW? Presentations can be created using different software including Microsoft PowerPoint. Using a web browser, you can upload your presentation to SlideShare, inserting metadata and setting permissions as appropriate.WHY? 1. Through using the tools provided, presentations can be embedded easily in Moodle, WordPress blogs and a range of other third party applications. 2. Rather than allowing users to reuse and remix your presentation, you may only wish for it to be viewed. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  34. 34. WHAT? Jing is screencasting software which takes a picture or video of a user’s computer screen and uploads it to the web. Through automatically generating a URL, this capture can be shared with others easily and quickly. jing.com Free; Pro features availableHOW? Jing needs to be installed on your PC prior to capture. Once complete, the video uploads in the background.WHY? 1. Create short screencasts quickly and easily, for example to demonstrate a process on screen for dissemination. 2. Use Jing to record your feedback as you mark and grade assessments. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  35. 35. WHAT? Vimeo is a video sharing website onto which users can upload, share and view videos. vimeo.com Free; Plus & Pro accounts availableHOW? Videos can be created using a number of tools such as Camtasia, iMovie and Windows Movie Maker. These can then be uploaded to Vimeo using a web browser, with settings applied as appropriate.WHY? 1. Create a screencast and then upload it to Vimeo. At Bath, Vimeo material has been embedded in Moodle courses and supports the creation of e-Portfolios to support employability skills training. 2. The Plus and Pro accounts offer further functionality such as removal of advertisements on profile pages, HD video, usage tracking and faster priority uploading. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  36. 36. WHAT? Google Docs is a suite of products that lets users create different kinds of online documents, work on them in real time with other people, and store these documents online. docs.google.com FreeHOW? • Documents – An word processor that allows users to create and format text documents and collaboration with other people in real time. • Spreadsheets – A spreadsheet application that lets users create and format spreadsheets, charts and gadgets, and simultaneously work with other people. • Presentations – A presentations editor that allows users to create documents in a visual way. • Drawings – An editor that lets users create and collaborate on a wide range of drawings.WHY? 1. Used extensively by researchers at the University of Bath to collaborate on research paper writing. 2. Participants on the programme for new lecturers have used Google Forms to collate questionnaire data. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  37. 37. WHAT? Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronisation and client software. It allows users to create a folder on each of their computers, which synchronises so that it appears to be the same folder (with the same dropbox.com contents) regardless of the computer/device it is viewed on. Free; Pro features availableHOW? Files are typically accessed from a PC or Mac on which the software has been installed on. Visually rich apps for popular mobile devices (iOS, Android, BlackBerry) are also available. You will need to have the relevant reader or editor on your device to view the files.WHY? 1. Once a file or moved into the Dropbox folder, it will synchronise with the server and then on any device you have installed the application on. 2. Perfect for collaboration! You can copy an entire folder into Dropbox and once your colleagues have access to it, the files will download onto their devices immediately. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  38. 38. WHAT? Delicious is a social bookmarking web service for sharing, sharing and discovering web bookmarks. Users are able to tag each of their bookmarks with freely chosen index terms, which can then be searched. delicious.com Free; Pro features availableHOW? Websites can be bookmarked using the Delicious website, or using a range of browser add ons. All bookmarks posted to Delicious are publicly viewable by default, although users can mark specific bookmarks as private.WHY? 1. Using a particular tag, you can group a list of websites that you can later refer to in seminars and training sessions. 2. Assuming that they are using the same service, participants can use the same tag so that website identification becomes a more social activity. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  39. 39. Banff, AB, Canada Image © 2012 Nitin ParmarNitin Parmar CMALT FHEA MBCSLearning TechnologistN.R.Parmar@bath.ac.uk | +44 (0)1225 384 392 go.bath.ac.uk/nitin colligo.wordpress.com twitter.com/nrparmar slideshare.net/nrparmar linkedin.com/in/nrparmar delicious.com/nrparmar

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