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Delivered as part of The Digital Practitioner event hosted by the College Development Network on 24th April 2013. This presentation highlights some findings from the Enhanced Training Needs Analysis ...

Delivered as part of The Digital Practitioner event hosted by the College Development Network on 24th April 2013. This presentation highlights some findings from the Enhanced Training Needs Analysis Survey (ETNA) - a snapshot in the use of technology in Scottish FE Colleges conducted in 2012.

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    • Technologies used as partof learning and teaching Future TechnologiesImage: Games - , Durham Universityby JiscInfonet used under Creative Commons license#digpract
    • • Snapshot of the changing use oftechnology in FE in Scotland• 5th survey in a series which has beenrunning for over a decade• Conducted October-November 2012• Survey categories:– Academic Staff– Middle Managers– Senior Managers– Learning Resources Staff– Technical/Network Staff– Learning Technologists
    • Academic Staff Survey – Abilities & SkillsSource: ETNA Survey, 2012
    • Training Needs of PractitionersSource: ETNA Survey, 2012
    • Training Needs of PractitionersSource: ETNA Survey, 2012
    • ContentLocating 3rd Party e-LearningmaterialsEvaluating e-Learning materialsEnsuring quality in e-LearningmaterialsDeveloping e-Learning materialsCommunicatione-Tutoring & e-ModeratingFacilitating web conferencing & VCCollaborating withcolleagues/peers using technologyUsing technology to collaborateacross the sectorCreatione-Learning (Theory, Practice &Pedagogy)Mobile ContentDesigning & implementing e-AssessmentMaking e-Learning materialsaccessible
    • ContentFinding copyright clearedresourcesCreating & using video forlearning & teachingTools for managing, disseminating& sharing informationOpen Educational ResourcesCommunicationOnline CommunicationsUsing webinar technologyUsing social media for learning &teachinge-Safety & e-SafeguardingCreatione-TutoringModernising LearningMobile Learning (QR Codes, Apps,Augmented Reality)Effective Practice & Designing e-AssessmentVarious workshops focusing oncreating accessible content
    • • Technology Enhanced Learning• Inclusion in e-Learning• Open Badges• Scottish e-Assessment• Scottish Moodle User Group (SMUG)• Technical Forum• Lib-Tech (Librarians Technical Forum)• Learning TechnologistsJisc RSC Scotland Forums
    • Learning Technologists’ ForumPurposeAllows anyone with an interest in learning technology or blendedlearning, to discuss the use of educational technology and highlightgood working relationships with staff in their• First meeting 18th April• Over 50 in attendanceOur aim• Establish a community• Map technologies to activities and track gains• Share strategic approaches• Build links between institutions
    • • Massive Open Online Courses• Tablet Computing1 Year• Big Data and Learning Analytics• Games-Based Learning2-3 Years• 3D Printing• Wearable Technology4-5 YearsSource: NMC Horizon Report, 2013
    • http://www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/scotlandhttp://www.scoop.it/t/digital-practitioner