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Dynamics of a University Educational Technology Portfolio: Sakai at Charles Sturt University.

Dynamics of a University Educational Technology Portfolio: Sakai at Charles Sturt University.

Presented at the Jasig-Sakai conference in Atlanta, Georgia 11 June 2012.

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  • paperless marking (Centre for Indigenous Studies + Murray School of Education etc) and timely feedback via EASTS + mobile learning – respond to Ross’s memo Ausakai: 18 – 19 September CSUED: 5 & 6 November

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  • Dynamics of a UniversityEducational Technology Portfolio: Sakai at Charles Sturt University Assoc Prof Philip Uys, PhD Director, Strategic Learning and Teaching Innovation Division of Learning and Teaching Services Charles Sturt University, Australia <puys@csu.edu.au> Sakai-Jasig Conference June 2012 LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES DIVISION OF
  • On the menu1. Charles Sturt University (CSU)2. Integrated within a blended learning framework3. Student and teaching staff feedback4. Enhancing learning and teaching through technologies5. Key educational technology developments6. Aligned and integrated with other CSU developments and projects DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 1. Charles Sturt University (CSU)• Charles Sturt University (CSU) is a confident andforward-looking university in Australia.• CSU meets its commitments regionally, nationally andinternationally by focusing on: • an enriching and supportive Student Experience for its diverse range of students • a Course Profile that reflects student demand and meets workforce needs • Research that creates new knowledge and practice. DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • • CSUs NSW campuses are located in some ofAustralias fastest growing regional cities, offering aunique study experience with access to the best of cityliving along with the benefits of a regional lifestyle.• Also the biggest distance education provider inAustralia (70% of our 40 000 students = 28000)•The appropriate and skilful use of learningtechnologies to enhance the student experienceunderpins much of CSU’s teaching and helps theuniversity meet its goals around flexible learning. CSUuses an extensive range of educational technologies inproviding contemporary education to our students. DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Continued evolution of quality in learning andteaching at CSU and growing expectations ofour students for fitting technology responses CSU professionals need to skilfully use anever growing set of internal and externaleducational technologies DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • • potential and issues• trend at CSU to increased digital, mobileand paperless learning and teaching fordistance education and on-campus challenges for strategists, those using thetechnologies and learning and teachingsupport DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • What is the rationale for this trend?• affordances of new technologies for quality l&t• student demands  eStudent experience project• open educational market• professional approach  skilful use of technologies• keeping learning materials current• increased of digital technologies in all spheres of life• also in higher ed  remain competitive, notcomplacent• environmental concerns DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 2. Integrated within a blended learning framework• Balanced and extensive portfolio  leadingedge variety• CSU Ed Tech Framework• Learner Analytics DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • CSU Interact = Sakai CLE and OAE http://www.csu.edu.au/division/lts/docs/role/ltsystemsdashboard.pdf DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Growth of educational technologiesat CSU DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • CSU Interact = Sakai CLE and OAE Para-analysis (Buchan, 2010) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • IntroductionCSU is committed to ICT-enabled learning and teaching and introduced Sakai (CLE) in December 2007 within a flexible and blended learning framework with a focus on….. DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • learner engagement & interactivity DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Deeply engaged in Sakai Open Academic Environment project since June 2010o OAE SGo OAE URGo OAE TRGo OAE pilot groupo Currently $200K: cash contributions and James Sloane (full time developer) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • ... and then there are a wide range ofexternal/not centrally CSU supportededucational technologies that teachingstaff are using- such as Twitter; Facebook; weebly; wikispaces; edublogs;wordpress; Youtube; Flickr; Slideshare; TeacherTube; 2ndLife; cloud hosting; Google+ DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Student survey (n=3952)- 94% see educational technology as making their learning more flexible- 84% see educational technology as making it easier to interact withfellow students- 90% agree that educational technology supports their learning- 77% that it increases their satisfaction with their learning- 84% see educational technology as important for their future careers- 94% would like to have their assignments returned online- 87% want to revisit work from lectures on their handheld/mobile device P DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Teaching staff survey (n=246)- A quarter of staff do more than 10 hours teaching online per week- Over 50% are teaching online from home- 75% have a positive approach towards the use of educationaltechnologies- Announcements, posting lecture notes, and discussion forums veryhighly used (all >50% weekly)-Only 15% use Interact because students demand it – academics use itmostly for educational reasons- 68% would like to use online summative assessment DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 77% not dissatisfiedDIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • About 75% not dissatisfiedDIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 4. Enhancing learning andteaching through technologies J DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Responsive assessment,aligned with learning outcomes Turnitin DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Gradebook DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Electronic AssignmentSubmission Tracking System(EASTS) – paperless marking DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Academic Plagiarism Detector(TURNITIN) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • ePORTFOLIO/Personal Learning Environment DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Developing & sharing engaginglearning resources Library Databases J DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Digital Object ManagementSystem (DOMS) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Active teaching - online J DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • CSU INTERACT (OnlineCollaboration and LearningEnvironment) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • CSU Replay (Lecture andlesson recording – linked withiTunesU) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • ONLINE MEETING DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Online Evaluation of Subjectssystem (OES) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • DISCIPLINE BASEDTECHNOLOGIES DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Paramedic simulations DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 21st century learning spaces- Each teaching space includes 8 interactive whiteboards,high definition dual camera video conferencing facilities,one-one netbooks for 64 students, and flexible furnitureallowing for a range of possible uses. DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Vet Science Clinical System(VISION) DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Vet Science Diagnostic Laboratory System DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Dentistry X-Ray Simulation DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Picture Archiving and CommunicationSystem (PACS) system DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 5. Key educational technology developments• Mobile learning at CSU• 2011 – 2013 CSU ED Tech Plan: i2; mobilelearning; learner analytics• New workplace learning system• Course development system (Education)• Results of International ACODEbenchmarking DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • •External/cloud-based systems•Course design : Smart tools (Alan Bain)•I2 – plans and demo P DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Mobile learning• Podcasting tool in Interact• ePortfolio/PLE (Pebblepad) iPhone/iPod/iPadapps, as well as mobile web• CSU Replay (Echo360) which caters for lessonrecording and vodcasts - access now also viaiTunesU DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • • Podcasting tool in Interact DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • • ePortfolio/PLE (Pebblepad) iPhone/iPod/iPad apps, as well as mobile web http://eportfolio.csu.edu.au/pebblepad/mobile DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • mLearn Project• Device trials being conducted throughout 2012 & into 2013. Trials are being conducted in a range of learning contexts across our student population and course profile – MRS222 nuclear medicine; ITC594 eCommerce; EML302 literacy; 2013 more pilots• Developing mobile friendly learning resources that make use of the opportunities created by digital publishing.• Mobilising access to Interact First Phase - Subject outlines & Gradebook Second Phase – Interact2 as a whole with Sakai OAE community• Mobilising the online subject evaluation system• Library trials for workplace learning with electronic materials on mobile devices DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Interact2 (OAE) – rollout &support• Phased rollout beginning with automated provision of optional course/program sites to support planned approach to course design: October2012• Opportunity from October 2012 to develop “project” sites• Provisioned subject sites late 2013 and into 2014• Professional Development plan to suit needs of all end-users as partof the distributed approach to change management• PD aligned with appropriate level of “need to know” at each phase• Focus on workflow comparisons between Interact & Interact2 ratherthan direct tool comparisons DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Interact2 – Why? https://interact2.csu.edu.au/• Contemporary, more personalised and contextualexperience in which the process of learning is more closelyconnected with content of learning• Powerful content authoring and abilities for sharing &reuse• Everything is content and can be tracked, commentedupon or assessed• Activity-focused, not site focused• Ability to share content with the world, CSU, a group, ornot at all DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Interact2 - features• Ability to add functionality from widgets (as per iPhone/iPadapps) that can be inserted where & when required• Efficient, powerful searching for people, content, groups• Ability to integrate some tools from Interact if required• Ability to import content from Interact Modules tool as pages• Ability to integrate Subject Outline, Gradebook, DOMS,EASTS, other CSU tools & systems DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
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  • Interact2 Change Management• 4 Plans to guide the processes &communications (staff & students)• Using an adaptive management approachbenchmarking i.e. where are we now - build on thegood, identify where we need to be and how wewill get there• Distributed approach to change managementthrough formation of i2 Guiding Teams DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Interact2 Guiding Teams• Guiding teams will operate at Faculty, and/orschool, course team, divisional and institute levelas appropriate• Guiding Teams will develop an i2 ImplementationAction Plan suitable for their area - supported bythe i2 Change Management Team DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 6. Aligned and integrated with other CSU developments and projects• focus on course/program design• eStudent experience• paperless, interactive teaching and marking o timely feedback via EASTS and mobile learning• Subject Experience Surveys (SES) SystemUpgrade/New with mobile interface• Academic Support DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • • close working relationships with Ed TechReference Group; DIT, FLI; Library;Academic Support; Student Services Office• ILSC, ILSCOSC• AuSakai 2012: 18 and 19 September• L&T innovation through technology supportservice (LATISS) - facilitated by SLTI• ICTCOP – using Yammer DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • LATISS• sharing by innovators, and support for innovators https://www.yammer.com/csu.edu.au/pages/63705 DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • ICTCOP - the CSU community of practice interested in ICT-enabledlearning - over 650 members in Yammer DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • 7. In closing• comprehensive and balanced portfolio• dynamic interactions among systems• Sakai CLE (Interact) is central• Sakai OAE (Interact2) will be launched in October2012 and will become central from end 2013• Stay in touch! DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES
  • Thank youCSU Educational Technologieshttp://www.csu.edu.au/division/landt/resources/ Assoc Prof Philip Uys, PhD Director, Strategic Learning and Teaching Innovation Division of Learning and Teaching Services Charles Sturt University, Australia <puys@csu.edu.au> DIVISION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING SERVICES