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  • Table of Contents
  • A weblecture (but of course you already knew this)
  • persoonlijk verhaal, pilot en project heel kort toelichten
  • 3 fasen introduceren, kort, kort, langer, iedere fase eindigt met nieuwe, verbeterde businesscase
  • Experiment started at the medialab and got support from two or three educational programmes, and one Director. Strong focus on exploration of technology and opportunities.Is it a Hype? No problem, things can change over 6 months
  • Pilot phase was a ‘more official’ 2nd version of the experiment, but with added support from central AV, ICT and Library staff. Exploring teachers got an official platform (Key Users) for knowledge sharing. The Key Users are embracing this new technology and want to make it work for their classes.Is it a Hype? If you can find keyusers, probably not!
  • Projectphase:prince2, asl, bisl , dependencies, Service Level Agreement, dedicated staff.
  • Evaluation: Businesscase is easy, educational effects are more difficult to measure.Collis 4e model, developed in 1999, used to evaluate new technology before implementing.
  • Does it run on my pc? Platform independent? Have I got the time or money? other resources? or Anyone else? Is this technology a hype, and are there indications that it will be a hit?
  • 3; Remember the failed Secondlife experiments? Hype or Hit?
  • makes sense doesn’t it?
  • Effective tool? We all know this is HARD to measure, but we do feel there definetely is a positive effect. <br /> I&#x2019;d love to do a real double-blind test, but this is difficult in the real world.
  • Heroes: Invented the Knowledge Clips, and then enriched them with webpages and movieclips. Integrated with Intranet, Blogs and Sharepoint.Meet every 6 weeks to share knowledge and coach newbies.
  • Lessons learned,

Upscaling weblectures in a large educational organization Upscaling weblectures in a large educational organization Presentation Transcript

  • OEB09 Upscaling weblectures on a large University how to increase educational effectiveness Paul den Hertog
  • ToC • How things started • 3Stage Development • Collis 4E • Key Users and Weblabs • Lessons learned
  • How things started • Summer of 2006 Experiment Kickoff • January 2007 Pilot Kickoff • September 2007 Project Kickoff • September 2009 Campuswide service
  • 3Stage Development Project (Institution) Pilot (People) Experiment (Technology)
  • Stage 1 • Experiment • 1 eLearning specialist 1 Filmmaker 2 Geeks +10 Teachers A lot of drinks and spare time
  • Stage 2 • Pilot • 1 eLearning specialist 1 Filmmaker 2 Geeks Key Users! Library, AudioVisual and ICT Staff +30 Teachers A lot of spare time, drinks and free lunches
  • Stage 3 • Project aimed to provide campuswide availability • 1 eLearning specialist 1 Filmmaker 2 project managers 0,4fte service mgmt More Geeks AV and ICT Staff +200 Teachers A lot of drinks, coffee and free lunches
  • Collis 4E • Environmental factors • Engagement • Ease-of-use • Educational Effectiveness
  • Environmental factors • Availability of Service • Time for experiments • Availability of free lunches • Generation Y
  • Engagement • Do students really want this service? • Are teachers ready for this? • What does Gartner say? • Do I have a good sales pitch?
  • Ease of Use • No extra work for teachers • New Convenient learning objects for students • HQ Equipment for AV and ICT Staff • Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
  • Educational Effect • Better grades? • Higher engagement? • Longer knowledge retention? • Better understanding?
  • Key Users • Community of Ambassadors • Innovation sessions • Quality control • Knowledge sharing • Resource planning • Newbie coaching • Roadmap True Super Hero
  • • Organise your fans • Bottom up, followed by top down • Share knowledge • Have Fun!
  • http://oeb09.blogs.dmci.hva.nl/ pauldenhertog@gmail.com pauldenhertog@googlewave.com http://nl.linkedin.com/in/pauldenhertog http://www.slideshare.net/pauldenhertog